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    I'm still working on this

    So I don't want it to fall off the list.
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    more on this...

    Thanks for your additional ideas on this. I have been away for the holidays so haven't done much additional work or thinking on this.

    Bob NH - The idea of making a steel bar to try to turn it...
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    basin wrench...

    THe basin wrench my plumber tried would not fit through the 1.5 in opening where the spud connects. I looked similar to the one in the picture.

    Dave
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    thoughts on your suggestion...

    Mark,
    That is a good suggestion. The only problem is that the opening at the bottom of the sink where the spud connects is only slightly larger than 1.5 in.
    and the inside diameter of the sink...
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    A couple more pictures...

    These are looking up through the hole where the spud connects.
    There is a couple inch open gap above the spud connection below the strainer. So any tool would need to get up through the spud...
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    Here are the pictures

    I think what is unique abouot this sink is that there is a space between the bottom of the strainer and the spud connection. This is about 3 inches of open space that is in the middle of the...
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    Tough Antique sink question...

    I have an antique ceramic sink vintage 1901. My intention is to have it reglazed, however I have been unable to remove the strainer - and so has my plumber. The problem is that the strainer is not...
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