DetailsA Shank Securing Wrench is used to install a faucet, or to remove it for cleaning. Midwest recommends this item to anyone who buys a faucet. Faucet collars that get any beer between them and the shank can get quite sticky. The wrench makes disassembly, even with sticky faucets, a breeze.
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4.9 / 5.027 ReviewsGotta have this if you have Tap shanksPerfect tool for removing tap shanks for cleaning. This should be recommended with every shank sale.July 12, 2018Purchased
8 months agoVery usefulThis wrench makes tightening and loosening faucet collars so much easier.January 30, 2014No scratches on my faucetsAfter seeing a friend scratch his faucet I didn't want that to happen to me._x000D_Its a must have for any keezer.January 27, 2014Good toolGood tool, does the job tightening down faucets, but it's frustrating to need all these specialized wrenches and tools. I wish this stuff was standardized.December 31, 2013Good toolYou will be glad you have it when you have to clean faucets. If you scratch a nice faucet you will be really mad.November 9, 2013Its worth buyingIt's cheap and saves me from scratching my faucets. If you've ever tried pliers, this is a lot better.September 23, 2013Works great!You pretty much need this to attach the faucet otherwise you'll scratch it all up using other methods or tools. For the price it's well built and gets the job done. I'm sure there are better quality ones out there, but if you're not changing your faucet every day, this one does the trick.August 18, 2013Works great!I finally bought one of these after scratching my faucet while removing it. It works great and is easy to use. A must have for any kegerator.July 22, 2013Its inexpensive and the right tool for the job.Its inexpensive and the right tool for the job. No more scratching the finish off my faucets and shanks. Certainly beats using pliers.July 13, 2013
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