|Name||Dumbbell Wrench||EZ Change Faucet Tool||One Stop Wrench||Shower Valve Socket Set 5 Piece with Handle|
|Wrench type||Hex Pipe Wrench||Valve Stem Wrench||Straight Pipe Wrench||Valve Stem Wrench|
|Compatible Pipe Size (in.)||1-1/2 in.||3 in.||3/4 in.||No Compatible Pipe Size|
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Haven't had a chance to try it yet, but looks like it should go the trick. Reason why I bought one.
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.
This item isn't Brand specific. It's used on any faucet to help tighten and un-tighten a faucet from underneath the counter top.
Worked very will on my single lever kitchen faucet. Would definitely recommend.
yes. I loosened the plastic nut easily with it.