Grohe Faucet Removal

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Hi ... Just bought this new house and looking to remove a low flowing worn out Grohe kitchen faucet

The faucet body is held down to the counter with a U shaped clip , I don't see a nut that locks against the clip holding it up , It seems to be threaded on and It doesn't look like it could be unthreaded because of the supply line that are inside the clip . How do I remove this ?

I have searched online and I have seen a wheel shaped install tool for Grohe faucets , Do you need this tool for removal ?

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I don't know the clip, but I zoomed into your photo.
 

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I'm not looking to replace the hose I am trying to remove the faucet completely and replace

I think I found the solution from another post on here that you remove the curved spout and that leaves the mounting shank exposed which allows you to use a wrench to tighten or loosen the faucet body .... Is this correct ?
 

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I think I found the solution from another post on here that you remove the curved spout and that leaves the mounting shank exposed which allows you to use a wrench to tighten or loosen the faucet body .... Is this correct ?

Yes, the spout pulls off and that exposes the top nut that you unthread with a wrench or with pliers.


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The top bend pulls up and off.
 
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