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A: Great question. Typically no. With a radiator the spud location would line up with the push nipples where the sections of the radiator come together. So it will accept the length of this tool. You will be able to push it in to the out side of the tool lines up with the nubs on the spud. However on fixtures you will not be able to stick the tool in fare enough as it will hit the vitreous. So let me tell you how I typically remove toilet and urinal spuds. First they are usually not as tough to get our as they are on radiators as the spuds are brass, not iron so they have not rusted together. Hopefully you can envision what I am saying. I take my plumbers pliers, also known as water pump pliers. I put the handle end into the spud and open the pliers until the two handles are resting against the nubs on either side of the inside of the spud. Than I take say an 18" pipe wrench and put it on the haws at a right angle to the pliers. . I turn the pipe wrench and the pliers act as a spud wrench.