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  1. Todd Jack

    Retrofit old style Pfister 3 handle with newer valves

    Thanks for the replies the big cover plate is a great solution.
  2. Todd Jack

    Retrofit old style Pfister 3 handle with newer valves

    Thanks so much for the info, I am assuming the danger to the body is in cracking the thin seat web by running a valve too deeply into the body. I had been hoping that a balancing function would be inherent in the newer style diverter, without that the benefits of newer style valves are less...
  3. Todd Jack

    Retrofit old style Pfister 3 handle with newer valves

    Hey all- is there any truth to the rumor that I can put ceramic h/c valves into my pp (I think 001-31xa) rough in (verve/Windsor?) 3handle tub shower tub controls? If the diverter can be changed out would it by any chance have anti scald tech? Is spooling the correct term for a temp balancing...
  4. Todd Jack

    3 valve tub valve distance from C/L to front of tiles, need 2 5/8"

    So I am assuming you folks are plumbers with decades of experience. I have seen posts on forums that hint at being able to put ceramic h/c and diverter into old style pp 3 handle. Maybe by removing the seats but how would that help? Anyway If that is possible then do the new style 3 handle...
  5. Todd Jack

    3 valve tub valve distance from C/L to front of tiles, need 2 5/8"

    Hi Sylvan did you have any idea where I could find information about getting new ceramic valves into my old Pfister body like I was just asking HJ? And whether or not a diverter that could be retrofitted and had spooling capability?
  6. Todd Jack

    3 valve tub valve distance from C/L to front of tiles, need 2 5/8"

    Hey HJ! Can you steer me toward info on swapping out the compression valves in the verve for ceramics? I believe I have a handle on how to most efficiently break the seat webs on install and have successfully replaced a valve in my sisters shower but now that I know it can be upgraded I’m in...
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