1" Tub Drain Removal

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Old 04-27-16, 04:56 PM
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1" Tub Drain Removal

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Were u able to find the 1-3/4!inch drain at Ferguson's ? How did u remove ur existing drain, none of the removal tools support this size drain
 

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Old 04-28-16, 06:43 AM
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Really old home?
Look close on the flange on the top face of it to see if it says Kohler.
I had one that size and took it to Ferguson's and they dug out an old parts book and found it but wanted about $80.00 for that one part plus shipping.
The next day I took the same part to a 100+ year old family owned plumbing supply in Richmond VA and the counter guy took one look at it walked out back and came back with one in his hand.
Cost me less then $40.00.
 
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Old 04-28-16, 01:49 PM
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Thanks. Actually not. This house was built in 2002 and i just don't understand why they would chose a non standard drain size. One of the Tubs is a Kohler and the other is Sterling. How did u get this out. The cross hairs are gone and none of these drain removal tools seem to work on a 1-3/4 inch drain
 
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I used one of these.
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