Is there a tub spout diverter that will fit into a 2 1/2 inch length pipe and is threaded at the end.
My present 30 yr old delta polished brass spout is pitted and will only partially divert. The present tub spout I have is threaded at the rear also if that makes a difference.
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, we do not have a spout that is designed to fit on a 2 1/2" pipe. This spout can thread to a 1/2" threaded pipe that is 1/2" to 11/16" or 2 15/16". Tub spouts that use the RP12307 adapter work with a 5/8" – 1 5/8” pipe.
Date published: 2016-07-27
I need a spout that will screw on to a 3/4" diameter stub that extends 3/4" from the wall. Will spout u1075-pk screw on flush to the wall?
Most spouts seem made only to handle a stub that extends 1/2" from the wall, so I'm having trouble finding one that will screw on without leaving a 1/4" gap. Thanks for any help.
I might also be interested in spout u1011-pk, so I would have the same question about that one.
Hi Searcher, Thank you for your question. The distance that the pipe nipple extends from the finished wall for the U1075-PK and the U1011-PK tub spouts is a minimum of 1/2" and a maximum of 3/4". They should work with your distance.
Date published: 2015-04-20
Does this spout require caulking around its base?
Thank you for your question. You may use caulk around the base of the tub spout to ensure a water tight seal, especially if you have an uneven wall surface, but it is not required.
Date published: 2016-03-17
Trying to find a spout
the copper pipe is 4.5" from the wall. Do you make a diverter spout to fit this?
Thank you for your question. The RP48718 tub spout will slip onto a 2 ¾ - 4 ¼” copper pipe. Our other slip-on tub spouts require a shorter pipe length.
Date published: 2015-11-09