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Pipe Wrenches

Commonly used in plumbing applications, the pipe wrench is used for turning soft iron pipes and fittings. The adjustable jaw design features angled teeth that dig into soft pipe for a sure grip that self-tightens with slight forward pressure while the long handle provides a high degree of leverage. Pipe wrenches should not be used on hardened steel hex nuts as they can ruin the flats and round the edges. Though in situations where a fastener has become so rounded that a traditional wrench is no longer effective, a pipe wrench can be used to break the fastener free.

Also known as a Stillson Wrench, referencing the original patent holder's brand name, pipe wrenches are sized according to the length of the handle. AFT offers sizes ranging from 6" to 48" with either a heavy duty cast iron handle or a lightweight cast aluminum handle. The heads are constructed of steel. In addition to straight pipe wrenches by trusted brands such as Lenox Tools and American-made Martin Tools, you'll also find pipe wrench parts, including hook jaws, nuts, handles and flat springs, for making budget-friendly repairs on broken pipe wrenches.

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