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Draft Arm Wrench

Draft Arm Wrench

Item Number:73-0303
AVERAGE RATING
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5
Your Price:$3.99
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Draft Arm Wrench 

This wrench is used for hard to reach beer tower faucets

A 1" wrench on one side and a 1-1/16" on the other side adjusts either size lock nut on your beer tower shank.

Also features a bottle opener.


1 Stars
Metal is too soft
Let me start by saying my draft nut is pretty well stuck tight. Because the wrench is a soft/cheap metal and has rounded edges instead of straight cut edges it becomes impossible to apply almost any force without the wrench head slipping or bending. This did not work for me at all.
Reviewed by:  on 5/24/2017
1/5
5 Stars
Perfect
No other tool would fit in my draft tower. With this tool I completed the job in less than 1 minute. I had been trying to remove my faucet shanks for several weeks. The right tool for the job!
Reviewed by:  on 3/1/2017
5/5
1 Stars
Not large enough
2 of 3 people who rated this have said its not large enough for what it is supposed to do. AIH Note: this item features a 1" wrench on one side and a 1-1/16" wrench on the other side.
Reviewed by:  on 1/18/2017
1/5
5 Stars
Gets the job done
For the price, I don't think there's a more perfect tool to adjust your faucets in those hard-to-reach areas. Versatile, too, in case you don't know your nut sizes.
Reviewed by:  on 8/23/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Measure first!
I bought this wrench, and it looks to be worthy of 5 stars. BUT, neither end will fit the shank nut of my Danby kegerator. After I discovered this, I measured the nut with calipers. It is 1 3/16". The curvature of my 3” diameter tower prevents every other tool I have from fitting over the nut. I've ordered a 1 3/16" combo wrench from HD to see if I can modify it to (1) fit around the beer line and (2) get close enough to the tower wall to slip over the nut. Seems unlikely, but I’ll try. (Any other ideas are welcomed!) Suggestion: before ordering, measure the nut on the inside of your tower.
Reviewed by:  on 7/28/2016
5/5

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