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davesnothome
10-08-2009, 04:22 AM
Can you buy the complete drain parts for a pedistol sink? I need the complete drain pipe with the sink stopper all the way to the trap. The one I have here, broke off and the rest is so much scum on it, I just want to get a complete new one, or do these come with the sinks and specific to each type of sink?

hj
10-08-2009, 05:58 AM
They are generic, but you have to know if the sink has an overflow or not to get the proper drain fitting.

jimbo
10-08-2009, 06:11 AM
Sink drains are generic. You can get an all plastic for $3.99. I recommend spending more for chrome plated brass.

Just go to a plumbing supply and ask for a pop-up drain assembly. Not necessary to buy a Moen or other faucet brand item. Just look for something in the $12 to $20 price range.

Herk
10-08-2009, 12:44 PM
Some old pedestals, such as Crane, have internal parts that you are not likely to find and in that case the entire sink needs to go. Modern pedestals are usually all the same.

davesnothome
10-08-2009, 03:35 PM
Sink drains are generic. You can get an all plastic for $3.99. I recommend spending more for chrome plated brass.

Just go to a plumbing supply and ask for a pop-up drain assembly. Not necessary to buy a Moen or other faucet brand item. Just look for something in the $12 to $20 price range.

Yeh, thanks...I picked it all up today, got the pop-up drain assembly and the trap $20 for it all. :)