|Posted by outofplumb on April 21, 19101 at 22:01:02:|
|In response to Re: How do you remove a 1-3/4 inch bathtub drain?|
: Put a pair of pliers in it and use an adjustable wrench to turn it out. There should be a cross piece in it? The pliers should fit over it.-remove overflow-trip lever-t -joint and now you will have drain elbow with about 5 or 6 incch brass tube sticking out. get a hammer and start tapping brass tube driving it clockwise. if it breaks off call a plumber.
: : I want to remove a bathtub drain. The problem is that the drain does NOT have a screen or strainer at the bottom. The drain is just a straight shaft about 1-1/2 inch long that has a chrome-plated flange where it goes through the inside of the bottom of the tub, and screws into a copper pipe that comes up flush with the outside bottom of the tub. There seems to be no way to grab hold of the drain to unscrew it.
: : I�ve tried a Ridgid tools model 342 Internal Wrench, but that doesn�t work. The inside of the drain is 1-3/4 inch in diameter, and the Internal Wrench has fittings for 2 inch inside diameter pipes (too big) and 1-1/2 inch pipes. The 1-1/2 inch fitting does not expand quite enough to grab hold of the inside of the drain.
: : The tub and drain were manufactured by Universal Rundle in the 1950s.
: : Any suggestions? Thanks.
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