Telescoping Basin Wrench- 10 to 17 Inch
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- Fits 3/8 to 1-3/8 in. diameter nuts on faucets
- supply lines
- valves and drains
- Long-reach telescoping shaft extends from 10 to 17 inches
- adapting to any situation
- 180-degree pivoting head holds its position at any angle to access hard-to-reach nuts
- Spring-loaded jaw automatically adjusts to size and creates a continuous ratcheting action that stays engaged with the nut after each turn
- Removable 6-inch
- high-leverage handle allows compact storage in drawer or toolbox
|Item Weight||1.77 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11 x 5.8 x 0.8 inches|
|Size||3/8 - 1-3/8 inch|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Questions and Answers
Q: How do you make it rotate 180 degrees?
A: The handle slides from side to side enabling you to rotate the wrench 180 degrees.
Q: Is the shaft on this wrench strong enough to use pliers to help turn it? I have a nut that is impossible to turn.
A: Yes...This is a well built tool that can take a lot of torque. It can handle this force of a wrench. I know since I used a crescent wrench with the basin wrench to loosen up a fitting
Q: Where is it made?
A: We make this basin wrench in Taiwan.
Q: I have the 3/8”. When I turn the wrench, it just rotated around the bolt. Should the grip be tighter?
A: In my case,first, I used my fingers to widen the space to make the teeth of the wrench holding the 2 sides of the nut you want to loosen; then turn the nut counterclockwise to loosen it. The key is to "stretch" out with your 2 finders the width of 2 teeth grips of your wrench to make the 2 sides of the nut 'gripped" onto by that wrench. Hope that would be successful for you.
Q: Can anyone tell me how large the head is on the tool? I have a tight space I need to fit it into. About 3"
A: Depends on how big the nut you want to grab is. This goes up to 2.50 in. fitting dia. safely. Really needs around 4 in.
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