I have a frost free hydrant which broke off at the place where the nipple exits the top pipe. I believe that the diameter is 1 or 1 1/2 inches--don't have it in front of me right now. I've been looking for something that would go into the nipple, lock there and allow me to extract the part in the pipe. Almost everything that I've found is a single piece of ridged steel that would jam into the hole and be turned to get the nipple out. Which is okay, I guess, but I've wondered by someone hasn't produced a tool that would work like a crescent wrench, but with long, tapered jaws that were jagged on the outside that one could press down into the hole, tighten, and turn. Am I making sense? What do the pros recommend for extracting a broken off nipple when the diameter is larger than regular pipe but smaller than drains? BTW, are there any frost free hydrants that are made in the USA? What would you guys recommend?