Tub Spout - Pull-Up Diverter

Delta

Model#: RP48718SS
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Finish: Stainless
List Price (US $):
$84.55

BASE PARTS
RP48718SS
$84.55

  • Pull up to divert
  • 6" total length
  • Slip onto 1/2" CWT

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does the rp48718 just push on or push so far and then screws on? thanks.

Asked by: jackleg
Hi, Jackleg! Thank you for your question. The RP48718 slips onto the 1/2" c.w.t. and then tightened by a set screw on the bottom of the tub spout assembly. Best Regards, Rosanna
Answered by: DeltaFaucet11
Date published: 2018-02-24

If order Delta Tub Spout - Pull-Up Diverter (Model #:RP48718SS) will it work with Model #142910-SS?

I purchased set Model #142910-SS (shower head and valve only) around 2010-2011. We have now decided to do a bath/shower combo rather than a shower only. Therefore, we now require the tub spout. A few questions: 1. If we order Delta Tub Spout - Pull-Up Diverter (Model #:RP48718SS) as found from parent set Model #144910-SS, will it work with the original ordered set Model #142910-SS? 2. Do we need any other parts to make the bath tub fill functionality work? 3. Does Delta Tub Spout - Pull-Up Diverter (Model #:RP48718SS) match the original set Model #142910-SS?
Asked by: Philip Dufrene
Hi Philip Dufrene, Thank you for your question! The RP48718SS tub spout will work with the 142910-SS shower trim. The unit should of included the standard R10000-UN shower valve which has a connection for a tub spout. Best regards, Brandis
Answered by: DeltaFaucet7
Date published: 2016-07-25

Copper pipe length for RP64721 tub spout

To install a slip on tub spout RP64721 what should the length be of the copper pipe coming out of the wall? Right now it is too long so I need to cut it (5"), but I put the spout on to try it and it seemed like it stopped after about an inch, seems like it should go further into the spout to me.
Asked by: Derek
Hi Derek, Thank you for your question. When installing the RP64721 slip-on tub spout, the tubing should be cut 1 ½ – 2 ¾” from the finished wall with a tubing cutter. Prior to inserting the tube into the adapter, the end should be chamfered free of burrs (on outside of the tube) to prevent cutting or nicking of o-ring. Do not over-tighten set screw. Thanks, Dave
Answered by: DeltaFaucet2
Date published: 2014-07-24

Is the threaded connection on this unit the same as Delta RP17454?

Looking to replace my Delta RP17454 tub spout with this unit - RP48718SS. Is the threaded connection the same between these two so the new one would just screw on? Thanks, Shawn
Asked by: Shawn
Hi Shawn, Thank you for your question. Your old spout RP17454 screws onto an adapter RP12307 that is most likely sweated onto the copper pipe coming out of your wall. The RP48718SS is a slide on spout made to attach directly to the copper pipe. The new spout will not work with the old adapter. You will have to remove the adapter to be able to install the new spout. We have several tub spouts that will work with the RP12307 adapter you have in the Brilliance Stainless (SS) finish. They include the RP43131SS, RP42915SS, RP40625SS, and the RP17453SS to give you a few options. Thanks, Dave
Answered by: DeltaFaucet2
Date published: 2014-01-30

The lenght of the copper pipe from the tile only measure 3/4 of an inch. In one of your answer, you said that 5/8 of an inch was sufficient.

in another answer yo say that the pipe should be cut at 2 3/4 inches from the wall?? Bottom line, I don't want to call plumber to extend my pipe from the wall, would it fit on my short pipe? thanks for your help.
Asked by: marc
Hi Marc, Thank you for your question. The copper tube should be at least 2-3/4" long and no longer than 4-1/4" to work with the model RP48718 spout. Thanks, Dave
Answered by: DeltaFaucet2
Date published: 2013-12-23

directions for soldering adapter to copper pipe unclear where to solder adapter

Asked by: ken
Thank you for your question. When installing Delta Faucet model # RP48718, the tubing should be cut 2 3/4" - 4 1/4" from the finished wall with a tubing cutter. Prior to inserting the tube into the adapter, the end should be chamfered free of burrs on the outside of the tube to prevent cutting or nicking of O-ring.
Answered by: Delta1
Date published: 2013-10-22

Too big of a hole in the tile for the Tub Spout

Hello, Do you have any kind of trim ring for the tub spout? The person who tiled our shower/tub cut too big of a hole for the spout pipe. When I put the tub spout on, you can see the cut marks. Thanks, Bob
Asked by: Bob
Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # RP48718 is 2.6 inches at the widest part. We do not manufacture a trim ring to go behind it. However, we do manufacture a larger tub spout that is 3.5 inches at the widest part. It is model # RP52148. It will need to be either sweat onto a 1/2" copper pipe or thread onto a 1/2" iron pipe. This may cover the hole in the wall.
Answered by: Delta1
Date published: 2013-10-22

Is this metal or plastic?

Asked by: WBX
Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # RP48718SS is metallic.
Answered by: Delta
Date published: 2013-10-22
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