Make the DIY Flush Kit Installation Process Easy with this Universal Wrench . . .
- Interchangeable 3 Jaw Wrench Fits Most Common Flush and Filler Valve 1 – 3 Inch Nuts
- Tough Fiber Reinforced POM Plastic – Will Not Gouge, Mar or Scratch Plastic Fittings
- Self Locking Hands Free Design
Triple Jaw Self Adjusting Plastic Fittings Wrench for most common toilet valves, tank filler valves, PVC pipe and other plastic fittings. Will not gouge or scratch like regular metal wrenches. Comes with 3 interchangeable jaws that fit standard 2″ Toilet Valve Round or Hex Nuts, 3″ Toilet Valve Octal Nuts and 1″ Filler Valve Finger Tab Wing Nuts.
Patented design is computer engineered with strong fiber reinforced plastic and webbing that will not deform or break under normal plastic fitting working conditions. Self adjusting lock jaw automatically tightens around the nut for quick and easy installation or removal even with sizing variations common in plastic fittings.
Includes 3 Interchangeable Jaw Sizes:
1″ Slotted Tab Jaw fits nominal size 7/8″ Filler Valves with 1.6″ (40mm) Finger Tab Wing Nuts
2″ Standard Jaw fits nominal size 2″ Flush Valves with 2.6″ (67mm) Round or Flat-to-Flat Hex Nuts
3″ Standard Jaw fits nominal size 3″ Flush Valves with 3.4″ (87mm) Flat-to-Flat Octal Nuts
Tired of tearing up soft plastic fittings with a metal wrench? Be a pro and use the right tool for toilet valve or PVC fittings.
Usage Notes: For a positive fit on larger nuts to prevent slippage, the outer jaws are designed to stretch slightly for a tight interference fit. To engage the jaw over this type of nut, clip the forward end of the jaw over the flat of the nut, hold it down with one hand and then pull out and down on the handle with the the other hand to snap the rear end of the jaw down over the opposing flat. The jaw can also be warmed in hot water or with a hair dryer for more give. Once fitted over the nut, the wrench is locked down and can be turned as required to tighten or loosen the nut with one hand, while the other hand is used to hold or position the valve.