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How to identify which hose your Moen faucet uses by connection type, detailed descriptions and what faucets the hoses were used with. It is recommended to first identify your faucet model number.

There have been design improvements to Moen faucet hoses through the years which include changes to materials, lengths, and connection types. This means that not all hoses are not interchangeable, it is important to identify your faucet and the hose to insure you order the correct hose service kit. There are 3 options for identification:

  • Original Documentation: If you have the Invoice/Receipt, Installation Sheet, or the box, they may contain the model number or product collection name. You can enter this information on Moen.com and open the product guide. At the bottom of the page, view the *Replacement Parts under Installation and Support to determine the hose service kit.
  • Upload an Image of your Faucet: If you are able to take a picture of your faucet, the Faucet Finder will allow you to upload the image and will identify your model number and collection name. You can enter this information on Moen.com to view the *Replacement Parts under Installation and Support to determine the hose service kit.
  • Visually Identify: If you have access to view both ends of the hose (where the hose connects to the spray wand above the deck and where it connects to the faucet under the deck), use the chart below to compare your hose with those listed.

*Some models will have used more than one hose. If this is the case, use the chart below to visually identify which of the hose options your faucet uses.

 

Follow the steps below to help identify your faucet hose.

Step 1: What type of faucet do you have?

Faucet hose lengths and styles vary between Pullout faucets and Pulldown faucets. They are unique to the faucet type and are not interchangeable. Here's a quick explanation of the difference between a Pullout and Pulldown faucet:

Pullout Faucet

The spray wand on a Pullout faucet pulls upward or straight out toward you.

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Pulldown Faucet

The spray wand on a Pulldown faucet pulls down toward the sink.

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Step 2: What type of faucet hose connection do you have?

How does the faucet hose connection attach to the faucet body under the sink?  Follow the faucet hose down under the sink to where it attaches to the faucet body. The connection will look like one of the following:

Hose Connection Image Description Hose Numbers
Threaded Faucet Hose

Years Used: 1991-2003

Male Threaded: (may be threaded onto brass connector)

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Female Threaded:                                                           

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Male Threaded: The faucet would have used a faucet hose with one male threaded end that may be threaded onto a brass connector that would be threaded onto the metal faucet body.

Female Threaded: The faucet would have used a faucet hose with one female threaded end that threads onto the metal faucet body.

Male Threaded- 9487498314, 98399100055100620101198

Female Threaded-101708103438109248

A Single Quick Connect

Years Used: 2003-2007

Snag_7d154d.png The faucet hose would have female threaded end that threads onto a plastic single Quick Connect. The Quick Connect is then snapped onto the smooth metal faucet body. 114297100612100613
A Double Quick Connect:

Years Used: 2007-2010

Snag_4f5330.png The faucet hose would have used a double Quick Connect that is snapped onto the smooth metal faucet body. 124662 & 131381, 137028
A Built-in Quick Connect:

Years Used: 2010-Present

Snag_5035ef.png The faucet hose will use a Quick Connect that is snapped into a flexible tube that hangs down from the faucet body. 150259, 150259B, 150259BL150259CST159560, 212650, 191751BL, 199106BL
T Quick Connect

Years Used: 2022-Present

Snag_ca5df8.png The faucet hose will use a Quick Connect that is snapped into a T Quick Connect underneath one of the handles. 207071

Step 3: What does the faucet hose coupling look like?

 A faucet hose coupling is a connector that is attached to the end of the faucet hose where it meets the spray wand. This allows the spray wand to swivel.

Example:

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  • See images below
94874: Pullout Faucet Hose

No Image Available

Intro Year: 

Hose Length: 

Connection to the Wand: Female

No Image Available

 

Connection to Faucet Body: Male

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  • May be threaded into a brass connector

Replacement:

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Due to this hose being obsolete, please Contact Moen for additional assistance

If you are unable to confirm which hose you have, you can use theFaucet Finder on moen.com to find your model number using a picture of your faucet. You can then enter the model number on moen.com to access the technical literature and view the replacement parts to confirm the hose.

98314: Pullout Faucet Hose

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Intro Year: 1992

Hose Length: 39" or 59"

Connection to the Wand: Female

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Connection to Faucet Body: Male

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  • May be threaded into a brass connector

Replacement:

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Due to this hose being obsolete, please Contact Moen for additional assistance

98399: Pullout Faucet Hose

No Image Available

Intro Year: 

Hose Length: 

Connection to the Wand: Female

No Image Available

Connection to Faucet Body: Male

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  • May be threaded into a brass connector

Replacement:

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Contact Moen

100055: Pullout Faucet Hose

No Image Available

Intro Year: 1995

Hose Length: 

Connection to the Wand: Female

No Image Available

Connection to Faucet Body: Male

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Replacement:

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Due to this hose being obsolete, please Contact Moen for additional assistance

100620: Pullout Faucet Hose

No Image Available

Intro Year:1998

Hose Length: 59" 

Connection to the Wand: Female

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Connection to Faucet Body: Male

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  • May be threaded into a brass connector

Replacement:

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Due to this hose being obsolete, pleaseContact Moen for additional assistance

101198: Pullout Faucet Hose

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Intro Year:1998

Hose Length: 59" 

Connection to the Wand: Female

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Connection to Faucet Body: Male

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Replacement:

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Due to this hose being obsolete, please Contact Moen for additional assistance

101708: Pullout Faucet Hose

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Intro Year:1999

Hose Length: 59" 

Connection to the Wand: Female

Original: Snag_16218ed.png Redesign: Snag_16260d3.png

Connection to Faucet Body: Female

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Replacement:

101708

103438: Pullout Faucet Hose

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Intro Year:1999

Hose Length: 59" 

Connection to Wand: Female

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Connection to Faucet Body: Female

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Replacement:

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Due to this hose being obsolete, please Contact Moen for additional assistance

109248: Pullout Faucet Hose

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Intro Year: 2001

Hose Length: 59" 

Connection to Wand: Female

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Connection to Faucet Body: Female

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Replacement:

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Due to this hose being obsolete, please Contact Moen for additional assistance

114297: Pulldown Faucet Hose

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Intro Year: 2003

Hose Length: 59" (prior to 2004) or 68" (after 2004)

Connection to Wand: Female

Original:  Snag_15bcb47.png

Redesign: Snag_15bf209.png

Connection to Faucet Body: Single Quick Connect

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Single Quick Connect Original and Redesign

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Black with 1 white clip or white with 1 black button

Replacement:

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Due to this hose being obsolete, please Contact Moen for additional assistance

100612: Pullout Faucet Hose

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Intro Year: 2003

Hose Length: 59" 

Connection to Wand: Female

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Connection to Faucet Body: Single Quick Connect

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Single Quick Connect Original and Redesign

Single Black Qc.png    Single While Qc.png

Black with 1 white clip or white with 1 black button

Replacement:

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Order 136101 & 137028

100613: Pullout Faucet Hose

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Intro Year: 2003

Hose Length: 59" 

Connection to Wand

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Connection to Faucet Body

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Single Quick Connect Original and Redesign

Single Black Qc.png    Single While Qc.png

Black with 1 white clip or white with 1 black button

Replacement:

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Order 136101 & 137028

124662: Pullout & Pulldown Faucet Hose

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Intro Year: 2006

Hose Length: 68" 

Connection to Wand: Female

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Connection to Faucet Body: Double Quick Connect

The end of the hose that connects to the faucet under the deck will either be brass or non-metallic.

Brass: Snag_16dbf0a.png Non-Metallic: Snag_16de5dc.png

(Note: The plastic cap has not been removed from the image)

Double Quick Connect Original and Redesign

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Black with 2 white clips or White with 2 black buttons

Replacement:

124662 comes with a 136101 Quick Connect

131381: Pullout & Pulldown Faucet Hose

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Intro Year: 2007

Hose Length: 68" 

Connection to Wand: Female

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Connection to Faucet Body: Double Quick Connect

The end of the hose that connects to the faucet under the deck will either be brass or non-metallic.

Brass: Snag_16dbf0a.png Non-Metallic: Snag_16de5dc.png

(Note: The plastic cap has not been removed from the image)

Double Quick Connect Original and Redesign

BQC.png                  WQC.png

Black with 2 white clips or White with 2 black buttons

Replacement:

131381

137028: Pullout Faucet Hose

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Intro Year: 2007

Hose Length: 59" 

Connection to Wand

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Connection to Faucet Body: Double Quick Connect

The end of the hose that connects to the faucet under the deck will either be brass or non-metallic.

Brass: Snag_16dbf0a.png Non-Metallic: Snag_16de5dc.png

(Note: The plastic cap has not been removed from the image)

Double Quick Connect Original and Redesign

BQC.png                  WQC.png

Black with 2 white clips or White with 2 black buttons

Replacement:

137028

The following hoses below are almost identical. You will need to know your model number in order to select the correct hose. 
150259: Pullout & Pulldown Faucet Hose

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Intro Year: 2011

Hose Length: 68" 

 

Connection to Wand: Female

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Connection to Faucet Body: Built-In Quick Connect

The end of the hose that connects to the faucet under the deck will either be brass or non-metallic.

Brass: Snag_16dbf0a.png Non-Metallic: Snag_16de5dc.png

(Note: The plastic cap has not been removed from the image)

 

There are two versions of the built- in Quick Connect:

  • A black built-in Quick Connect with 1 white clip
  • A white built-in Quick Connect with 1 black button

Replacement:

150259

150259B: Pulldown Faucet Hose

No Image Available

Intro Year: 2018

Hose Length: 68" 

 

Connection to Wand: Female

No Image Available

Connection to Faucet Body: Built-In Quick Connect

The end of the hose that connects to the faucet under the deck will either be brass or non-metallic.

No Image Available

 

There are two versions of the built- in Quick Connect:

  • A black built-in Quick Connect with 1 white clip
  • A white built-in Quick Connect with 1 black button

Replacement:

150259B

 

150259BL: Pulldown Faucet Hose

No Image Available

Intro Year: 2022

Hose Length: 68" 

 

Connection to Wand: Female

No Image Available

 

Connection to Faucet Body: Built-In Quick Connect

The end of the hose that connects to the faucet under the deck will either be brass or non-metallic.

No Image Available

 

There are two versions of the built- in Quick Connect:

  • A black built-in Quick Connect with 1 white clip
  • A white built-in Quick Connect with 1 black button

Replacement:

150259BL

 

150259CST: Pulldown Faucet Hose

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Intro Year: 2022

Hose Length: 68" 

 

Connection to Wand: Female

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Connection to Faucet Body: Built-In Quick Connect

The end of the hose that connects to the faucet under the deck will either be brass or non-metallic.

Brass: Snag_16dbf0a.png Non-Metallic: Snag_16de5dc.png

(Note: The plastic cap has not been removed from the image)

 

There are two versions of the built- in Quick Connect:

  • A black built-in Quick Connect with 1 white clip
  • A white built-in Quick Connect with 1 black button

Replacement:

150259CST

159560: Pullout Faucet Hose

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Intro Year: 2012

Hose Length: 59" 

Component number on bag:  155411, 172322, 177354, 177906 or 205697

Connection to Wand: Female

The end of the hose that connects to the pullout spray wand will either be chrome or black.

Chrome: Snag_194f1b5.png Black: Snag_19516c2.png

Connection to Faucet Body: Built-In Quick Connect

The end of the hose that connects to the faucet under the deck will either be brass or non-metallic.

Brass: Snag_16dbf0a.png Non-Metallic: Snag_16de5dc.png

(Note: The plastic cap has not been removed from the image)

 

There are two versions of the built- in Quick Connect:

  • A black built-in Quick Connect with 1 white clip
  • A white built-in Quick Connect with 1 black button

Replacement:

159560

207071: Pulldown Faucet Hose

No Image Available

Intro Year: 2021

Hose Length: 68" 

Connection to Wand: Female

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Connection to Faucet Body: T Quick Connect

No Image Available

Replacement:

207071

 

212650: Pullout & Pulldown Faucet Hose

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Intro Year: 6/2022

Hose Length: 68" 

Connection to Wand: Female

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Connection to Faucet Body: Built-In Quick Connect

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(Note: The plastic cap has not been removed from the image)

Mechanical Faucet- Hose end attaches to white Quick Connect with 1 black button

Hands Free Faucet- Hose end attaches to white Quick Connect with 1 black button located at the bottom of the control box

Replacement:

212650

191751BL: Pulldown Faucet Hose

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Intro Year: 2022

Hose Length: 68" 

Connection to Wand: Female

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Connection to Faucet Body: Built-In Quick Connect

The end of the hose that connects to the faucet under the deck will either be brass or non-metallic.

Brass:

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Non-Metallic: 

No Image Available

 

There are two versions of the built- in Quick Connect:

  • A black built-in Quick Connect with 1 white clip
  • A white built-in Quick Connect with 1 black button

Replacement:

191751BL

199106BL: Pulldown Faucet Hose

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Intro Year: 2022

Hose Length: 68" 

Connection to Wand: Female

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Connection to Faucet Body: Built-In Quick Connect

The end of the hose that connects to the faucet under the deck will either be brass or non-metallic.

Brass:

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Non-Metallic: 

No Image Available

 

There are two versions of the built- in Quick Connect:

  • A black built-in Quick Connect with 1 white clip
  • A white built-in Quick Connect with 1 black button

Replacement:

199106BL

Underdeck Faucet Hose For Faucets With A Separate Handle

Underdeck faucet hoses have gone through design changes throughout the years.  Verify your connection type before choosing a hose.  

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  • The arrow is pointing to the water flow hose that connects the handle to the spout. This underdeck faucet hose only contains water when the faucet is on.  
  • The underdeck faucet hose is about 21" long from end to end.
  • There are three version of the underdeck faucet hose. They are not interchangeable.

Compare the three images below  to identify your underdeck faucet hose.

Underdeck Faucet Hose 1

114307-Original

2003-2014

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The 114307 original underdeck faucet hose has 2 black plastic built-in Quick Connects. Each black plastic built-in Quick Connect has a white release clip. There is also a label with component number 148709 and the name Cooper Standard.

*The original 114307 and the 114307 redesign are interchangeable.*

Underdeck Faucet Hose 2

114307-Redesign

2014-Present

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The redesigned 114307 underdeck faucet hose has 2 white plastic built-in Quick Connects. Each white plastic built-in Quick Connect has a black release button.                                                                                                        

*The original 114307 and the 114307 redesign are interchangeable.*

Underdeck Faucet Hose 3

159582

2016-Present

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The 159582 underdeck faucet hose has 2 white plastic built-in Quick Connects. Each white plastic built-in Quick Connect has a black release button.                                                                                                                         

*Not interchangeable with the original the 114307 or 114307 redesign.*

114307-Redesign

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The top of the underdeck faucet hose connection is about 1/16".

159582

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The top of the underdeck faucet hose connection is about 1/2".

*Not interchangeable with the original 114307 or the 114307 redesign.*

Underdeck Supply Hose For Faucets With Two Separate Handles
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  • The arrow is pointing to the underdeck supply hose that connects the handle to the spout. This underdeck supply hose only contains water when the faucet is on.  
  • The hose is about 34" long from end to end.
  • There are three version of the underdeck supply hose. They are not interchangeable.

Compare the three images below  to identify your underdeck supply hose.

Underdeck Supply Hose 1

114299-Original

2003-2014

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The original 114299 underdeck supply hose has 3 black plastic built-in Quick Connects.  Each plastic built-in Quick Connect has a white release button. There is also a label with component number 148776 and the name Cooper Standard.

*The original 114299 and the 114299 redesign are interchangeable.*

Underdeck Supply Hose 2

114299-Redesign

2014-Present

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The redesigned 114299 underdeck supply hose has 3 white plastic built-in Quick Connects. Each white plastic built-in Quick Connect has a black release button.                                                                           

*The original 114299 and the 114299 redesign are interchangeable.*

Underdeck Supply Hose 3

159581

2014-Present

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The 159581 underdeck supply hose has 3 white plastic built-in Quick Connects. Each white plastic built-in Quick Connect has a black release button.

                                                                                    

*Not interchangeable with the original 114299 or the 114299 redesign.*

114299-Redesign

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The top of the center underdeck supply hose connection is about 1/16".

159581

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The top of the center underdeck supply hose connection is about 1/2".

*Not interchangeable with the original 114299 or the 114299 redesign.*


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