Taking a week off on vacation to complete some overdue tasks one of which is to replace a old Gerber faucet. Been fighting one remaining basin securing nut thickness of which keeps slipping off my basic wrenches. This is even after soaking all the securing nuts with both Kroil and PB Blaster the night before. Taking a break right now trying to get crap out of my eye hence this post for ideas. Any tips, tricks, or methods to loosen this remaining undersink nut thickness of what appears to be twice the size of two carriage bolt washers?...don't want to pull the sink unless I have to! Yes, I even have tried using the extendable rigid basin wrench but this time the head is way too big to get a "bite" on this problematic nut...ideas anyone?
No announcement yet.
alternatives to basin wrench?