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Old 02-05-2006, 07:28 AM   #15
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Exactly why I got out the side angle grinder! I have 20 yrs experience in multi-family dwelling maintenance and came up with side angle grinding as a sorry last resort. I do not reccomend side angle grinding because it will likely destroy fiberglass, I was sooo lucky!
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Old 02-05-2006, 07:31 AM   #16
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Oops to make any sense of my last post, look at the 67 Safari plumbing thread that I thought I was replying to---I know sink is set up different but same principles should apply.
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Old 02-12-2006, 11:46 PM   #17
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I just removed the bathroom in my '68 and I found that I had to remove everything to get the counter top out. The top (medicine chest) is riveted to a board on the top and either screwed or riveted behind, to the counter. AND mine was screwed beyond belief to the wall.
I kept having brain farts while doing this and ended up remembering that I didn't have to remove the faucet until the whole thing was out. Haven't tried that yet... I bought a cheap universal plumbers wrench for faucets etc. and it worked on those nasty copper fittings. But in the end I have removed all the plumbing... weird garden hose patches and floor rot...uugh the story is just beginning.
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Oh and I just remembered the counter is also attatched with screws from underneath to the wall with a bracket and with 3-4 (hidden in my case) screws to the (med chest) top. The caulking on mine was pretty tough too. Good luck!!
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