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Two Handle Roman Tub Trim

  • Model: PTT298696
  • Two Handle Roman Tub Trim: $89.30
  • Flexible Roman Tub Rough: $107.05
  • List price as shown: $196.35
  • Finish: Chrome
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Product Features & Benefits

  • Order rough valve separately
  • Two handle design for precise temperature control
  • ADA Compliant

Product Details

  • Handle(s): Two Handle Lever
  • Flow Rate: 18.0 gpm @ 60 psi, 68 L/min @ 414 kPa
  • Valve Type: Washerless stem cartridge
  • Flow Rate: 18.0 gpm @ 60 psi, 68 L/min @ 414 kPa
  • Installation: 3-hole 8-16" installation
  • Spout Length: 8-3/32
  • Spout Total Height: 4-21/32
  • Spout Height Deck to Aerator: 2-1/32

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Holes for Installation

3-hole 8-16" installation

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I purchased this product, but it appears I cannot use it to replace my existing faucet. Can you comment?

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Vancouver, WA, USA
I purchased this to replace an old Moen Monticello model (pic below), but it appears this product is incompatible.

Is there an adapter kit, or should I stick with Moen fora replacement product?
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Thank you for your question. Peerless Faucet model # PTT298696-OB is only recommended to be paired with Delta Faucet rough-in model R2707. We do not recommend pairing our faucets with our competitor's rough-in valves. We cannot guarantee that they will function correctly.

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What are the connection specifications?

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I currently have the set up for an old Moen Chateau Roman Tub faucet. I have a half inch shank that protrudes above the deck about an 1". Will this fit?
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Thank you for your question. Peerless Faucet model # PTT298696-BN is not set-up to work with competitor's valve systems. We recommend Delta Faucet model # R2707 for your rough-in kit to complete this faucet.
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I am looking for the valve that fits your product PTT298696-OB

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Thank you for your question. Peerless Faucet model # PTT298696-OB can be paired with rough-in model # R2707 to make a complete faucet.
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