|Name||Dumbbell Wrench||EZ Change Faucet Tool||Shower Valve Socket Set 5 Piece with Handle||2.5 in. Basin Wrench|
|Wrench type||Hex Pipe Wrench||Valve Stem Wrench||Valve Stem Wrench||Sink Wrench|
|Compatible Pipe Size (in.)||1-1/2 in.||3 in.||No Compatible Pipe Size||2-1/2 in.|
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Maybe. It does fit some, oval as shown in EZ Tool video, supply line valves. A bar or screwdriver can be used for more leverage. But a good set of 'channellock' pliers should too. The EZ Tool excels for under the sink faucet work. Does okay on supply lines, but doesn't have as much leverage as pliers. Can turn off main supply valve instead. Replace those supply line valves too.
Yes if it a nut no problem
It is meant for the removal of that size nut in hard to reach areas (under a sink for example).
Yes, I’ve used each adapter/fitting on multiple projects.
I would not think so as it's only 3/4 inch.
Well...there are lots of variables. For example: is there enough space between your sink and the wall for this tool and your hand to fit? Occasionally there is NOT enough room and you have to use a traditional basin wrench. For example: depending on the model, your Pfister faucet may have the modern "standard" faucet-fastening nuts (which this tool is usually great with), or a much larger nut or much smaller nut that this tool is not designed to handle. (Note: VERY unusual to run across a non-standard nut. I'd wager about 2 in 100 are non-standard, usually on faucets > 40 years old.) Again: the traditional basin wrench is the alternative. AS a plumber I estimate that this tool works on probably 19 out of 20 sinks and it makes the work MUCH easier AND faster than using a basin wrench.
Yes it works great.
Worked very will on my single lever kitchen faucet. Would definitely recommend.
yes. I loosened the plastic nut easily with it.