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Model #48-22-7214-48-22-7224

14 in. and 24 in. Aluminum Pipe Wrench Set (2-Tool)

  • OVERBITE JAW largest gripping surface
  • Includes: 14 in. and 24 in. Aluminum pipe wrenches
  • Dual coil springs for maximum durability and tool life
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Product Overview

Milwaukee 48-22-7214 and 48-22-7224, 14 in. and 24 in. Aluminum Pipe Wrenches have been designed from the ground up to offer maximum productivity to the professional user. The Aluminum Pipe Wrenches feature an overbite jaw design offering the largest gripping surface. Dual coil springs offer maximum durability and tool life and the ergonomic handle form has been designed for maximum comfort and wont dig into the palms. Through hardened jaws deliver increased grip and tooth durability and a tether-ready handle loop makes the Milwaukee 14 in. and 24 in. Aluminum Pipe Wrenches perfect for the toughest of jobsites. Milwaukee stands behind their product and offers a Limited Lifetime Warranty with all pipe wrenches.
  • Dual coil springs - for maximum durability and tool life
  • Ergonomic handle form - designed for maximum comfort, won't dig into the palm
  • Ergonomic hook jaw design for easy detachment from the workpiece
  • Through hardened jaws increased durability and grip
  • Tether ready handle loop
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Includes: (1) 48-22-7214 14 in. aluminum pipe wrench and (1) 48-22-7224 24 in. aluminum pipe wrench
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Wrench length (in.)14141836
MaterialAluminumAluminumAluminumAluminum
FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
Wrench typeStraight Pipe WrenchStraight Pipe WrenchStraight Pipe WrenchSpecialty Wrench
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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Pipe Diameter
2
Minimum Pipe Diameter
0
Product Depth (in.)
5.7 in
Product Height (in.)
1.9 in
Product Width (in.)
19.3 in
Wrench length (in.)
14

Details

Color Family
Silver
Compatible Pipe Size (in.)
14 in.
Features
No Additional Features
Fixed or Adjustable
Adjustable
Hand Tool Type
Pipe Wrench
Handle Type
Normal
Head Type
Specialty
Individual/Set
Individual
Material
Aluminum
Material
Aluminum
Maximum pipe size capacity (in.)
2
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool
Wrench type
Straight Pipe Wrench

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

4Questions8Answers

Can this be returned to the store for warranty claims or does it have to be sent to Milwaukee?

Asked by unclephil September 17, 2018
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Contact Milwaukee Tool for assistance with a hand tool warranty claim.

Will the width of the Wrench's mouth accommodate an 8-9 inch diameter of an inline water filter....

Asked by Bob January 16, 2017
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Answer

Not sure. I was able to use this wrench on a 4" inch pipe. Will not go any bigger though, not without falling apart. This is only recommended for 3" pipe. You can see in the picture the measurement on the neck and what little is left for expansion. Sorry can't be more helpful.

What is the weight? I am deciding between this and the Milwaukee cheater.

Asked by Local483 September 25, 2016
3
Answers

Yes I got it last week and I’m using it

Where is the origin of manufacture?

Asked by George June 18, 2016
2
Answers

The label says Made in China, the quality seems better than I expected.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
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  • 94% recommend this product
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Good Solid Wrench
Good size and weight. Feels indestructible. Handle feels comfortable in the hand. Teeth are sharp and large and are good to grip on any surface. has an overbite jaw to provide the best gripping option. Has an Ergonomic Hook Jaw Design which helps when unlatching from the pipe. Has a hole in the bottom of the handle to hang on work benches or tool belt.
by Jarett
9 people found this helpful
Strong and Compact
This 14" aluminum pipe wrench does everything that it's steel cousin can do but unlike the steel version, I can put this one in my tool bag and it doesn't feel like I am carrying around a car battery. The jaw width adjustment is easy to work and the teeth in the jaws grab hold of pipes and nuts to do the job. It can take a cheater bar, if needed, so I keep a small piece of pipe in the bag with it, just in case. This is a nice, compact, and durable pipe wrench that is easy to tote and work with.
by MARK
2 people found this helpful
Leverage!
I can see no compromise in strength in this 24" aluminum pipe wrench versus the steel version. It is strong without the weight of the steel wrench. The jaw width adjustment is easy to work and the teeth grippers in the jaws grab hold of the pipe being worked with ease. The length of the wrench makes for good leverage and can accept a "cheater" bar, if needed. This one is going in my shop and my old steel one is going in the yard sale. Great wrench.
by MARK
Well engineered design.
This pipe wrench must've been engineered by a plumber or had input by someone in the trade. The lighter weight makes using it easier, without having to have "Popeye forearms". The upper jaw of the wrench is bigger than the lower creating an overbite. This makes hooking/gripping the pipe much easier than wrestling with equal jaws. I'm not sure if this design is patented, but I really like it a lot better. This is a highly recommended product.
by Roof
6 people found this helpful
24" Beast, Strong Lightweight, Functional
I really like this pipe wrench. Strong, durable, and lightweight compared to steel counterparts. The handle is the only part that is made of aluminium. The largest and heaviest parts of all pipe wrenches is the handle. the teeth, the jaw, and all the adjustments are made of steel to insure longevity. Even though this is a rated for a 3" I was able to use it on a 4" pipe and had no issues. Not recommended by the manufacturer though. The jaw of this pipe wrench is actually spring loaded to help with biting down and releasing bite on pipes. My only other pipe wrench is very old and this is not a feature. May be the norm these days, not sure, but I thought it was a nice feature to have. On another note, I wasn't afraid the wrench was going to slip or break. Everything feels very solid.
by Maddasher
1 person found this helpful
good but not great
I got 4 of the Milwaukee Wrenches 10", 12", 14", 24". Of the wrenches, this one seems to be made the best. The 10" had some misalignment issues, the 14" appeared to be defective. The adjustment knob on the 24" spun freely both up and down, the jaw rested properly in the handle and it gripped new black pipe solidly without slipping. There are a few things I feel I should note. The upper jaw is narrower than the lower jaw. This is less evident on the 24 but very noticable on the smaller sizes and aside from a minor cost savings makes no sense to me. I'm also not clear why the upper jaw is longer than the lower, seems a strange engineering tweak that doesn't translate into a practical use. The handles gradually taper to the end which takes some getting used to if you are used to the loop at the end of the Ridgid handle. Overall the wrench operated smoothly and the weight was good (read light) because of the aluminum handle. All in all, I'm not thrilled with these wrenches. While they are completely functional for their stated purpose, there are no innovations and the quality controls seem to be lacking.
by MendoH2o
Not good
I got 4 of the Milwaukee Wrenches 10", 12", 14", 24". Sadly the 14" seemed defective. The jaw was very loose compared to the other Milwaukee wrenches and my other Ridgid wrenches. The side view of the wrench shows the top jaw is thinner near the nose which was not the same as the 12" wrench it's compared to. Another odd thing is the upper jaw is narrower than the lower jaw and the upper and lower don't quite sit square with each other. I'm also not clear why the upper jaw is longer than the lower, seems a strange engineering tweak that doesn't seem to translate into a practical use. Overall the wrench operated smoothly, the weight was good (read light) because of the aluminum handle. The handles gradually taper to the end which takes some getting used to if you are used to the loop at the end of the Ridgid handle. All of the wrenches seem to grip clean black pipe quickly and solidly. All in all, I'm not thrilled with these wrenches. While they are completely functional for their stated purpose, there are no innovations and the quality controls seem to be lacking.
by MendoH2o
Strong and lightweight
The Milwaukee 24” Aluminum Pipe Wrench is a great addition to the Milwaukee lineup. The handle is aluminum to significantly reduce weight while the jaw components are hardened steel for strength and durability. This model can handle pipes up to 3 inches in diameter. I found the jaws gripped pipes extremely well and the jaw adjustment was smooth. There is an integrated size chart on the tool showing jaw opening size. When I put it on a 3/4 inch pipe the jaw read 3/4 inch. Having a pipe wrench of this size with reduced weight makes it a joy to work with. The only drawback is the price increase over a steel version.
by RJJ21
One Tough Pipe Wrench
A pipe wrench is a pipe wrench – all the same, right? That’s what I thought before trying this one. As compared to my conventional cast iron pipe wrench, this is lightweight and easy to maneuver, rust-resistant and has a tenacious shark-like jaws, with plenty of surface area to take hold. I have tried it on some routine fastener removal, and it worked without slipping. Although I have just received this and did not have a stubborn joint or nut to try this on, it appears to be precision crafted and very durable. The 14” size is large enough to apply some leverage, but short enough to fit into areas between my floor joists. I found that the large surface of the jaws (manufacturer describes this as “overbite”) made it easier for me to get at least some grip on a portion of a pipe, joint or nut even where there were space restrictions that made it difficult to fit the full handle between the joists (see pictures). I was impressed with the way that the jaw handle mechanism, allows the user to disengage the jaws by pulling the movable hook jaw toward the handle at the rack (see pictures). A hidden coil spring behind the worm screw adjustment knob, makes this happen. Very nice ergonomics! Living near the ocean, many of my tools suffer diminished life-expectancy due to salt air exposure, so I expect that the aluminum composition of this tool will be a big plus for me.
by JAY
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