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Pegasus FR2B6007BNV 1100 Series Two Handle Roman Tub Faucet, Brushed Nickel

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UPC:  019934452014
Model #:  FR2B6007BNV
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Pegasus FR2B6007BNV 1100 Series Two Handle Roman Tub Faucet, Brushed Nickel

Indulge in the remarkable style of Pegasus, for your kitchen or bath. Pegasus products include their signature faucets, along with distinctive bath accessories and furniture, vanities, mirrors, pedestal sinks, toilets and kitchen sinks. Designs range from the timeless and traditional to the sleek and contemporary.

Solid brass waterways with drip-free ceramic cartridge. Fits all 8-1/5" center hole for roman tub. Min. flow rate: 4.0GPM at 23PSI. Long-term reliability with lifetime warranty.

Pegasus FR2B6007BNV 1100 Series Two Handle Roman Tub Faucet, Brushed Nickel Features:
• Solid Brass waterways
• Drip-free ceramic cartridge
• Metal lever handle
• Min flow rate: 4.0GPM at 20 PSI
• Matching Bathroom Accessories available

Pegasus FR2B6007BNV 1100 Series Two Handle Roman Tub Faucet, Brushed Nickel Specifications:
• Depth: 15.94
• Energy Star: No
• Flow Rate: 4.0
• Height: 4.13
• Max Deck Thickness: 6.09
• Number Of Handles: 2
• Spout Height: 4.78
• Spout Reach: 7.62
• Width: 16.14
• Also known as: FR2B6007BNV, FR2B6007BNV
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Manufacturer: Pegasus
Model: FR2B6007BNV
UPC: 019934452014 Material: Brass Collection: 1100 Series Color: Brushed Nickel Color: Nickel
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Q:Does this product include the valves?tcrone | Monday, August 5, 2013
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Yes, the valves are included.
Adam | Tuesday, August 6, 2013
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