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What wrench to use for this spud?

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What wrench do I need to attach this spud? It does not have the nubs that a traditional spud uses. Thanks.

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  • EzzyT
    EzzyT Member Posts: 1,295
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    A torc tip should work
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  • steamhouse
    steamhouse Member Posts: 41
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    Where can I get one? Could you recommend a site online?
  • Steamhead
    Steamhead Member Posts: 16,842
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    Try a 3/8" socket wrench extension.
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  • The Steam Whisperer
    The Steam Whisperer Member Posts: 1,215
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    or a 1/2 " socket extension or a square seat wrench used for faucets with washers and seats.
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  • steamhouse
    steamhouse Member Posts: 41
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    Yes. Socket it was
  • EBEBRATT-Ed
    EBEBRATT-Ed Member Posts: 15,534
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    or square stock grind until it fits
  • mars_6
    mars_6 Member Posts: 107
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    Dependant on what size spud it is you may find that the corresponding size black iron plug may work. You put the plug into a coupling and thread it in that way. Just a thought.

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