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Faucet Handles


PlumbingSupply.com® offers the following "will fit" faucet handles (and inserts for installation) for our customer's convenience. Thinking of replacing rather than repairing your faucet? Click here for our excellent selection of faucets.

'Will Fit' style (must order square insert adapters below to fit your brand faucet)

Please note that screws are not included with any handle.
Due to the differences in thread pitch on different stems, screws should be purchased locally.

Please see the FAQ's (frequently asked questions) below for a description and dimensions of the handles

like porcelain lever handle with square insert

Description MODEL# One Pair
Chrome Lever handle, acrylic lever
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#HANAL $9.95 $17.99
Chrome Lever handle, oak lever
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#HANOL $10.99 $19.69
Chrome Lever handle, porcelain like
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#HANPL $10.89 $19.29

'Will Fit' style (must order square insert adapters below to fit your brand faucet)

Please note that screws are not included with any handle.
Due to the differences in thread pitch on different stems, screws should be purchased locally.

Description; MODEL# HOT (each) COLD (each) Pair (1 Hot & 1 Cold)
Chrome Cross handle, porcelain like #HANPX $12.91 $12.88 $22.95

the above handles all have chrome bases
Be sure to also order the below adapters for the above handles to work

Square Inserts for above handles (you need these for the handles to fit stem)
Insert # Number
of Points
Price Each (1 only) Price Pair Some brands that use this size:
INSERT1-112$2.15 $3.61 Crane, Michigan Brass, Repcal, Riviera
INSERT1-212$2.15 $3.62 Arrowhead, Crane, Grand Haven, Haws, Price Pfister, Repcal
INSERT3-512$2.17 $3.62 Crane, Michigan Brass, Wolverine Brass
INSERT3-1012$2.17 $3.61 Bradley, Elkay, Milwaukee, Sears, Universal Rundle
INSERT1-1315$2.15 $3.62 Powers, Savoy, Wolverine Brass
INSERT1-516$2.17 $3.61 Rockwell, Schiable, Sterling
INSERT1-616$2.16 $3.61 American Standard, Central, Dick Bros., Eljer, Milwaukee, Royal, Sears, Universal Rundle
INSERT1-820$2.15 $3.62 American Standard
INSERT2-216$2.14 $3.62 Youngstown
INSERT2-316$2.15 $3.61 Gerber, Gopher, Harden, Sayco
INSERT3-1116$2.14 $3.60 Michigan Brass
INSERT3-717$2.15 $3.61 American Brass, Indiana, Mansfield, Nibco, Streamway
INSERT3-318$2.16 $3.60 Belvedere, Borg Warner, Briggs, Indiana, Richmond, Union
INSERT1-719$2.15 $3.61 Kohler
INSERT2-420$2.16 $3.62 Speakman, T&S
INSERT1-422$2.16 $3.61 American Standard
INSERT3-12Square$2.15 $3.61 Chicago
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"BIG YANK" Faucet Handle Puller
from Pasco
- One piece forged drive bracket
- Long, adjustable grip fingers
- 4" bracket width
- 5" gripper fingers

#TBY45 = $13.49

Big Yank

"BIG YANK SR." Faucet Handle Puller
The only handle puller that grips faucet handles with 3 fingers
- One piece forged drive bracket
- Notches in bracket keeps fingers from sliding apart
- Engineered for the profesional
- 5" gripper fingers

#TOOL3PULL = $21.63

Big Yank Sr.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "I need some new handles but don't know how many splines or the name of the manufacturer of the faucet, can you help me?"
A. Faucet handle selection can be very difficult if a customer doesn't know the name of the manufacturer of their faucet (stem) and/or if they are unable to remove the old insert without damaging the spline pattern so that they can count the splines (points) on the stem correctly. The spline pattern (point count on the stem) is the necessary part for replacement. The Internet is wonderful and we have many thousands of customers but with faucet handles this might be a case where you are better off going to a good local plumbing supply store with your stems or faucet.

Q. "Could you describe the handles a little better, please?"
A. The cross handle is ceramic, the lever handles are acrylic (clear or "crystal-like") or oak. The cross handles have either "cold" or "hot" in black on their centers. The acrylic handles haven't any cold/hot designation. We do not have any that are marked "diverter" or "shower." Both have a chrome "skirt" that is 1 1/2" from the bottom of the handle (outside) that will fit flush against the sink or shower. The distance inside the skirt from the bottom of the insert to the bottom of the skirt is 1/2". If the stem section that sticks out from the surface of the sink or shower surface is shorter or longer than this, it will not work.

Q. "How do install them?"
A. To install: Place the insert on the stem. Using the set screw on the side of the skirt, remove the handle portion of the unit from the skirt . Place the skirt over the insert that is now on the stem and screw the insert to the stem using the original screw from the stem. Place the handle on the skirt and tighten the set screw. If you need to adjust the position of the handle, loosen the set screw, move handle to desired position and re-tighten.

We do not offer pictures of splines or handles.

to Delta - Valley - Price Pfister - Peerless handles
to Moen - Kohler - American Standard - Fisher - T & S handles



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