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Obsolete “Standard” brand Tub/shower
Rebuild kits

Standard Tub Shower Stems and rebuild kits

Standard Lavatory Stems

Standard Handles and Escutcheons

Retrim Standard Shelf-Back Faucets

80-1101

“Standard” Re-Nu Two handle kit
This set fits Standard brand tub shower sets that have the diverter built into the tub spout, and also sets that run just the tub or shower only.  These were used from the late 1930’s up until the mid-to-late 1950’s.  The stems measure 5 1/2” long, have a barrel diameter of 7/8”, and the stem shanks are 7/16” in diameter.
80-1101 Rebuild kit 119.00 addtocartmini

Standard Three handle Rebuild kit
This kit has all you need to replace a tub-shower set made by Standard.  These sets will cover many applications from the ‘30’s though the early 1950’s.  The set comes with the hot and cold stems, diverter, seat for diverter, needed seals, all three escutcheons in chrome, escutcheon nipples, chrome handles with buttons, and screws to retain handles.  A shower stem socket is supplied as well.  Stems are 5 1/2” long, and the barrel diameter is 7/8”.  Stem shank diameter is 7/16”.  Make your 1950’s bath enclosure look new!
94-AS62 Standard rebuild kit 169.00 addtocartmini

94-AS62
80-5221

Standard brand Nu-Seal two handle rebuild kit
This kit is intended for tub shower sets that use a diverter-type tub spout, and can also be used for shower or tub only applications.  These were common from the late 1950’s through the 1960’s.  This style of stem also goes under the model name of “Aquaseal”
80-5221 2 handle rebuild kit 69.00 addtocartmini

80-4110

Standard brand Nu-Seal 3 handle rebuild kit
This kit is intended for use with tub shower sets that do not use a diverter spout.  This model was very common in the late 1950’s and ran through the 1960’s.  Make that old leaky tub/shower new again!
80-4110 3 handle rebuild kit 119.00 addtocartmini

80-4200

Standard brand Nu-Seal 3 Handle rebuild kit
This kit uses almost all the same parts as the 80-4110 kit just above, the only difference is the handles.  This set uses the canopy lever handles rather than the “star” shaped canopy handles.  These were commonly installed back in the late 1950’s through the late 1960’s.  This set would not have had a diverter spout.
80-4200 3 handle rebuild kit 147.00 addtocartmini

Standard “Re-Nu” mixing (single handle) valves

Standard started to use single control mixing valves in both in-wall and exposed applications back in the 1920’s.  Many of these valves are still in use today, but finding rebuild parts can be extremely difficult.  A few parts are still made, and occasionally we can machine parts from your samples if they aren’t available.
Yes, there used to be quite a few more numbers on the below diagram.  The missing numbers were for parts that aren’t available anymore.  The diagram is from a 1934 Standard Catalog.

Standard B-201 valve

#4  Cap Washer (goes between brass cover and remainder of body) 65-3700 4.99 addtocartmini
#9  sealing washer, cold (goes under lower barrel assembly) 65-831700  2.79 addtocartmini
#12  Sealing washer, hot (goes under lower barrel assembly) 15-911700  11.60 addtocartmini
#’s 24 and 26  Handle and retaining nut - Not available, but we can replate original parts.

Stems can be ordered in some cases, call or e-mail us for details.

65-900

1920’s Standard Single Control Mixing Valve Rebuild kit
This kit is intended for Standard brand single control mixing valves made between the late teens though the early 1930’s, in both in wall and exposed applications. For this kit to work, the face of the valve HAS to be retained by 4 machine screws.  This kit will NOT work on valves where the face plate is held by 1 large nut.  Click on photo for a larger view.  Valve should have 1/2” pipe inlets.  This valve commonly used a ceramic escutcheon and handle when used in-wall.
65-900 Single control rebuild kit 95.0
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addtocartmini

Standard Tub Shower stems

“Standard” Version I Tub Shower stem
This stem was the first “Re-Nu” style barrel stem made by “Standard”.  Used in the 1920’s and early 1930’s in standing waste and in-wall valve applications, this stem measures 6” long overall, and the widest point of the stem is 1 1/2” wide.  The barrel itself measures 1” in diameter.  The trim for this stem will always have porcelain escutcheons and handles.  These reproductions are American made, and use a o-ring at the bottom to help seal the barrel to the valve body.  (the originals do not have this option as they were used before the invention of o-rings.)
86-601 “Standard” stem 65.00
addtocartmini
86-051 Barrel only         20.00 addtocartmini

86-7810
86-601 new

Yes, this looks very similar to the Standard stem below.  It’s actually about 25% larger in both width and length than the below stem.

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“Standard” Conversion escutcheon Nipple
This escutcheon nipple allows anyone with the above 86-601 early Standard stem and broken ceramic trim to convert over to the 80-6003 Chrome escutcheons and 80-0100 handles. This is perfect for those wanting to make their 1920’s Standard shower look more Art Deco.  Sold by the each
86-7810 Conversion nipple 15.00 addtocartmini

“Standard” Version II Tub Shower Stem
This is the second version of the “Re-Nu” style barrel made by Standard.  It came out sometime in the late 1930’s and was in use up to the early 1950’s.  Normally, this stem would have had metal handles and escutcheons.  Overall length is 5 5/8”, stem shank diameter is 7/16”, and the barrel diameter is 7/8”.  This reproduction is made in the US, and features an o-ring built onto the barrel to assist in sealing the stem into the valve body.  Cross handles normally use two hot stems, levers would use 1 hot and 1 cold.  Handles and escutcheons available here
86-8001 Standard Hot stem 36.00 addtocartmini
86-8002 Standard Cold stem 36.00 addtocartmini

86-8001

“Standard” Version II Diverter
This diverter stem is used in many of the later Version two installations where the middle handle wasn’t controlling the drain.  5 5/8” long, rounded edge on bonnet nut rather than square.  Replace this only if your valve isn’t diverting water to the showerhead properly, and it is highly recommended that the seat (not pictured) be changed as well.  If your valve is dripping from the spout when off, check/change the hot/cold stems.
86-701D Standard diverter 54.00 addtocartmini
86-9090 Diverter seat 5.00 addtocartmini

86-701D
86-18011

“Standard” Version III Tub Shower stem
Sometime in the 1950’s, Standard redesigned the bonnet nut assembly for their tub-shower valves.  Valves using this stem still would have had metal cross handles and “deco-ish” trim.  Be sure to compare your stem against this one and the one directly above.  Overall length is 5 5/8” long, stem shank diameter is 7/16”, and barrel diameter is 7/8”.  Cross handles usually use two hot stems, levers use one each of hot and cold.  Handles and escutcheons available here
86-18011 Hot stem 33.00  addtocartmini
86-18012 Cold stem 33.00  addtocartmini

“Standard Nu Seal” Tub Shower stem
Okay, sometime in the late 1950’s, Standard decided to use only one stem design in most all of their fixtures.  They called it the “Nu-Seal”, and it is used in tub-shower applications, as well as Lavatory and Kitchen.  This style was common all the way up until the early 1970’s.  Yes, the same cartridge is used in all those applications.  There is an early version that used a bibb washer rather than the “top hat” seal pictured at left, but this one will replace both styles.  If both handles turn the same direction when opening, you will need two “hot” cartridges, if they open in opposite directions, you will need one each of hot and cold.
86-3021 Standard Nu-seal hot stem 10.00  addtocartmini
86-3022 Standard Nu-seal cold stem 10.00  addtocartmini

Nu-seal

“Standard Nu-Seal” Tub Shower Diverter
This is the diverter for “Standard” Nu-Seal Tub Shower applications.  4 1/2” long, 22 spline.  Seat sold separately, see below.
86-0602 Standard Nu-Seal Diverter 45.00 addtocartmini
86-648220 Standard Diverter Seat 4.00 addtocartmini

86-0602

Obsolete American Standard Waste and Overflow ( Tub Drain ) parts

American Standard Trip Waste Faceplate and Lever
This unit is getting tough to find.  Commonly found on 1950’s and 1960’s Standard brand tubs that have the metal stopper at the drain, this mechanism is available just as a plate, plate and lever (pictured), or plate lever and linkage.  Made of chrome plated stamped stainless steel.  1 7/8” centers between screw holes.
80-7102 Faceplate only (no lever or post) 28.00 addtocartmini
80-7202 Faceplate and lever (pictured) 36.00 addtocartmini
80-7166 Faceplate, lever and linkage 59.50 addtocartmini

80-7202
80-9110

American Standard Rocker Arm and Stopper
This is the stopper for the above trip waste.  Stopper measures 1 11/16” across the top and stands 1 7/16” tall.  Stopper is available separately.  Chrome only
80-9110 Stopper w/ Rocker arm 38.00 addtocartmini
80-9010 Stopper only 15.00 addtocartmini

Standard Tub Shower Stems and rebuild kits

Standard Lavatory Stems

Standard Handles and Escutcheons

Retrim Standard Shelf-Back Faucets

The Name “Standard” is trademarked by American Standard brands.  We use the name “Standard” as to identify the item only, and should not be construed as a warranty or representation, either expressed or implied, that items offered or sold are genuine products of said original manufacturer.

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