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RIDGID Outil de montage pour évier et robinet

Modèle nº 27018|Nº UGS 1000654737

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Modèle # 27018 Internet # 1000654737

Cet outil permet de visser et de dévisser les écrous des lavabos en plastique et des tuyaux dalimentation ainsi que les écrous hexagonaux de 7/8 po et de 1 po. Il comprend deux embouts en aluminium : un pour visser les arrêts déquerre et lautre pour maintenir le panier-filtre en place. Grâce à sa forme allongée, il est parfait pour travailler dans les endroits difficiles daccès.

  1. Les encoches permettent de visser des écrous de lavabo à 2, 3, 4 et 6 pattes.
  1. Lembout pour vanne darrêt permet de serrer les arrêts déquerre difficiles daccès sans endommager le métal.
  1. Lembout pour panier-filtre maintient le drain en place pendant que vous serrez lécrou.

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
3
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
16.38
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
6
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
5.63
Poids assemblé (en livres)
2
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
1.4
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
16
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
2.2

Détails

Entretien des installations
Non
Pays d'origine
CN-China

Garanties et certifications

garantie à vie
Outil de montage pour évier et robinetRIDGID Outil de montage pour évier et robinetCet outil permet de visser et de dévisser les écrous des lavabos en plastique et des tuyaux dalimentation ainsi que les écrous hexagonaux de 7/8 po et de 1 po. Il comprend deux embouts en aluminium : un pour visser les arrêts déquerre et lautre pour maintenir le panier-filtre en place. Grâce à sa forme allongée, il est parfait pour travailler dans les endroits difficiles daccès.
RIDGID
1000654737
CAD41.722022-09-27
Home Depot Canada
Outil de montage pour évier et robinet est évalué 4.0 de 5 de 2357.
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Rated 5 de 5 de par Ridgid has many, many inexpensive plumbing tools and this EZ Change Faucet Tool is one of them. ... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Ridgid has many, many inexpensive plumbing tools and this EZ Change Faucet Tool is one of them. This model #56988 faucet tool is similar to their earlier model #27018. While both are excellent for installing kitchen and bathroom faucets this newest faucet tool is improved over the earlier Ridgid 27018 to actually grab strainer baskets with both wrench/screwdriver/1/2-inch ratchet extension for both removal and installation. I personally prefer this 2nd generation Ridgid faucet tool because it is smaller in overall length unlike the Ridgid 27018 which is cumbersome to use in tight undersink situations. Price will not break the bank and every homeowner should have one as part of their plumbing tool kit.
Date de publication: 2018-01-21
Rated 5 de 5 de par Ridgid Faucet and Sink Installer Tool is a great tool to add to any ones tool box. I used it whi... Ridgid Faucet and Sink Installer Tool is a great tool to add to any ones tool box. I used it while installing a new kitchen faucet recently and it made the job a lot easier. Its length made it easier to reach the areas way up on the underside of the sink where there is not a lot of working space. With its different adapters you won't need a lot of different tools and with the way the body is made, it easily fits over the connecting hoses so you can get to the fittings to ensure they are tight. I bought mine on a spur of the moment and am very glad I did. I would highly recommend this tool to anyone and with its low price, it is well worth the money.
Date de publication: 2017-09-26
Rated 1 de 5 de par Ridgid or Ripoff I have been in the maintenance trade for over 20 years. I have used a lot of rigid tools with no issues. I have purchase 2 of these models and1 of another model type of these tools. unfortunately, I can give this tool any more the one star. The tools are bulky and do not always fit the job you need for. also on all 3 tools for tub shoe removal have broken. I love all other rigid tools I purchase besides this one. I have given multiple attempts for this tool. my last straw was the newest one I brought a few months ago. 1st time used out the plastic and 1st tub I used it on broke. I rely on my tools and this one I can't. Even with a lifetime warranty.
Date de publication: 2021-07-18
Rated 5 de 5 de par It's fantastic. It saved me a bunch of time... It's fantastic. It saved me a bunch of time trying to get underneath the sink in hard to reach places. The variety of tools in the device is so helpful as I can use the same tool for multiple type and size of bolts, fastners, etc. Anytime I need to change a faucet, this will be the go to tool. I did experience one issue where the replacement bolt on the faucet was too small for the tool. So it's not the tool itself that was the issue but the size of the bolt. There were 2 unusually small bolts, "1/4" diameter", for securing the faucet handle of a Peerless faucet in the bathroom.I see now why some faucets are cheaper, as they cut corners in this area.
Date de publication: 2018-07-31
Rated 4 de 5 de par Seems Like Great Tool But Did Not Solve My problem I bought this tool to try to get into a very tight place to remove a faucet nut under a sink. A regular basin wrench did not have a chance of getting into the very confined space between the back of the sink and the inch-thick plywood of the counter top. Alas, the space between the nut and the surrounding sink and plywood was too minimal even for this clever tool. I wound up taking the sink and faucet assembly completely out of the counter top. However, I am keeping this tool for future use. It does appear to be well made and thought out, and I expect it will help me solve (somewhat easier) problems in the future.
Date de publication: 2015-01-27
Rated 1 de 5 de par I bought this tool to remove plastic nut at faucet base. This particular nut had 4 tabs on it and... I bought this tool to remove plastic nut at faucet base. This particular nut had 4 tabs on it and the tool simply chewed up the tabs so I created my own tool to remove the other nut which worked fine. I had to drill and cut the damaged nut to remove it which took quite a bit more effort. I intended to return the tool, but kept it for the metal surface side of the tool. I feel the tool would be fine if it had metal inserts in the plastic slots which would prevent slippage. The tool I made consisted of a section of 1 1/4" pipe and I cut four slots in one end and inserted a 3/4" drive socket in opposite end due to space restrictions and removal was very easy.
Date de publication: 2016-12-27
Rated 1 de 5 de par Cracked like brittle wood on its first project with me This tool is probably handy for newer installations. If, as in my case you are trying to replace a faucet that's been in place since the 1950's this tool will more than likely break and let you down. You cannot get a great deal of torque without twisting it out of shape and cracking it, rendering it useless. It will probably work just fine on the more modern plastic faucets. It is a tough rigid molded plastic, but not tough enough for the hard jobs. If the Manufacturer developed a metal version sleeve with the same rib design I would probably highly recommend it. Great idea but poor material design. Nylon, ABS, Poly-carbonate, 33, 50% Glass Fill. Inadequate for such jobs. Unless...
Date de publication: 2016-01-20
Rated 5 de 5 de par Don't leave the store without this We've installed several sinks over the years. We've never gotten good at it. This tool is billed as an "installer tool" and while it is excellent for that, it's even better at the harder part of the project - removing the old one. We've cobbled together all sorts of odd ways to remove the sinks that have been in for years (including, but not limited to using a car jack and a sawz-all). This little tool is amazing - I hope the person who invented it got a BIG raise. The ends are designed to fit over and around all sorts of fasteners, and the slot in it allows you to add extra force using a screwdriver or wrench. It's ten times better than the standard basin wrench.
Date de publication: 2012-03-27
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Is this a universal tool ? A few customers indicated that it doesn't work on Moen or Am. Std.

Posée par: Putty
It didn't work on my Delta faucet, so if others have had issues with Moen or American Standards, I think it's safe to say this is NOT a universal tool.
Répondue par: ckprodsrv
Date de publication: 2018-04-22

Will this tool turn metal nuts?

Can I use this tool to reach up and turn the metal nut (shown in picture I took) to turn the metal nut holding my bathroom sink faucet in place?
Posée par: DIYwannabee
there's a product called a "nutbuster" it's made specifically to break frozen zinc and brass nuts on older faucets. It costs about $45. you use a 3/8" extension and a ratchet or breaker bar. Was made by Superior tool. I've had one for years. I don't even attempt to remove old metal nuts. I break them in half with the nutbuster. It won't damage the threads, in fact, in threads onto the shank and uses the force to crack the nuts. You'll hear one pop, and then a turn later, another pop, and the nut will fly off. Wear goggles to keep the nut and old putty out of your eyes.
Répondue par: knowledge
Date de publication: 2018-08-04

do they have a tool that fits 1 and half inch nut

Posée par: BJ8850
The alternative suggested by Ridgid above does not apply at all., The purpose of this tool is to control nuts where there is not room for the wrench to swing. In that situation the too Ridgid suggests is totally useless.
Répondue par: amateur
Date de publication: 2017-10-15

Will this work on pex fittings

Posée par: Jkf
The simple answer is: it depends on the PEX fitting, but typically: No. (YES in certain circumstances.) Typical PEX fittings are not intended to be accessed, tightened or loosened by any sort of wrench. But...if you are talking about a PEX male adapter or female adapter these ARE meant to be tightened and loosened using a wrench. If your PEX male or female adapter is not attached to PEX pipe or is attached to a "loose" PEX Pipe (by which I mean: PEX pipe that is unconnected at the opposite end) it's possible that this will work. The RIDGID tool works with the following hex nut sizes ⅝”, ¾”, ⅞”, & 1” PEX male and female adapters: typical 1/2" male adapter has 5/8" hex size, so wrench should work typical 1/2" female adapter has 1" hex size, so wrench should work typical 3/4" male adapter has 1-1/8" hex size, wrench will not work typical 3/4" female adapter has 1-3/8" hex size, so wrench will not work
Répondue par: PlumbCrazyPlumber
Date de publication: 2021-03-07

Can this be used to tighten a faucet?

Can this be used to tighten a faucet?
Posée par: Angie
Yes, this faucet wrench fastens and removes plastic basin nuts and supply line nuts, along with 7/8 in. and 1 in. hex nuts.
Répondue par: Communityanswer
Date de publication: 2018-04-02

Will this work to tighten a 9/16” nut? I’m having a hard time tightening my reverse osmosis faucet.

Posée par: PaulG
9/16 is not listed
Répondue par: Richard
Date de publication: 2021-01-14

will this work on My tub drain

Posée par: James
Maybe to put one on. But I broke the tines on my trying to remove a old one. But Home Depot let me exchange the tool no problem
Répondue par: PG831
Date de publication: 2021-06-19

Can't remove the 2"D X 2"D center basin hex nut/coulpler

I am having the MOST difficult time removing the center basin nut to replace my kitchen faucet. I have zero remove to maneuver due to existing disposal and only 5.5" from the back of sink to back of cabinet.(see pictures) The HD plumbing salesman said this product wouldn't work, but all I needed was a basin wrench. I got one, but it didn't work at all. The nut was too large for the basin wrench whether I take the disposal out or not. Will this tool work, or can you suggest a specific tool I can use. I am trying to avoid calling a costly plumber. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
Posée par: Garioo
Thank you for all of your answers. I found a Large Jaw Basin Wrench online that I couldn't find at any store or even plumbing supply house in my area.I got it off in 3 minutes. That tool is a killer cool. I'm glad I looked around. A plumber we old have chared me a arm and a leg to pull the disposal and replace the new faucet. I love when my novice DIY persistence pays off#
Répondue par: Garioo
Date de publication: 2016-09-17
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