Grohe, Request help removing old kitchen sink faucet

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  1. Frank N

    Frank N New Member

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    Hi All,

    I would like your advise on how to remove the bottom piece of a kitchen sink I want to replace. There is a horseshoe looking piece that looks like it's screws into the pipe. There are 3 pips (hot, cold, and removable faucet) that is blocking the horseshoe piece from fully turning either direction to get the horseshoe out. The horseshoe piece seems really tight onto the rod. There was not nut attached to the metal rod. Any suggestion?
     

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  2. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    You pull the spout off and unscrew the faucet from the top.

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  4. Frank N

    Frank N New Member

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    Hi, I have pulled the spout off. The horseshoe piece seem to be the one clamping the top sink piece and bottom together. With the spout off, it's just a extension of the metal rod. I removed the handle and cover.
     

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    I just saw the video. I will try that tonite. Thanks.
     
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