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Old 11-11-2018, 12:11 PM   #1
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Default Single handle moen 1200 series with pull out head wanted

We currently have some cheap pos from blowes my wife picked out when we reno'd our house like 4 years ago. It's dripping more as of late. I have no interest in fixing this thing. I want to find a single handle moen, preferably 1200 series with a pull out head. Around here the only stuff that lasts with our water are moen 1200's and deltas with the seats and springs. That's also the only new faucet internals I stock on my van. Anything else I just disassemble, take pics, and have our fixtures person order new cartridges/stems for.



I am here asking for help because I haven't seen a moen that takes a 1200 series and has a pull out head. I don't like delta as much but if you know of one please mention it.



It's currently a single hole faucet and the wife doesn't want me drilling another hole for a separate sprayer. I don't really want to either because we spent like 300$ for this 3 bay resin sink that is at least an inch thick on the deck. I wish drilling another hole was an option because I have a couple salvage moens in great shape sitting in my scrap pile.




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Old 11-11-2018, 12:19 PM   #2
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So far I have found the "branbury" https://www.moen.com/support/Banbury...aucet/87017SRS


Looks alright. Takes a 1255.


For 70$ I feel like it's just gonna be a plastic pos. It's too bad solid brass faucets are so difficult to find.


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Old 11-11-2018, 12:39 PM   #3
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Well looking on their site it seems I have two options, the branbury for 70$ or something which will cost me over 200$.


I guess I'm getting a branbury!
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Well looking on their site it seems I have two options, the branbury for 70$ or something which will cost me over 200$.


I guess I'm getting a branbury!
Most of the newer moen single handle pull out / down faucets i've had to fix for people had that new POS cartridge.

I haven't had to repair any new delta stuff yet, so maybe that is the way to go......

When I get to that point in my kitchen i'm putting a delta in.
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Most of the newer moen single handle pull out / down faucets i've had to fix for people had that new POS cartridge.

I haven't had to repair any new delta stuff yet, so maybe that is the way to go......

When I get to that point in my kitchen i'm putting a delta in.
Here’s the issue I with these

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Thanks for the heads up. I've never actually ran into one of the 1255's. Only the 1200, 1225, and the white nylon ones for two handles. I saw the 1255 is ceramic and got hopeful. It doesnt look like they offer a pull out spout with anything other than the 1255.

On another note, I decided to get off my arse and take the handle off our no name faucet, turns out its a delta! Lolz I guess I might just replace the seats and springs and live with it for now. Its a grody looking brushed "stainless" but the wife won't let me get a chrome one. Maybe I'll just wait till it drips more and then tell the wife it's not worth fixing but that I happen to get a "barely used chrome moen from a job"
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