Hi all, I'm trying to remove an old leaky kitchen faucet for a friend, but I've run into an issue trying to figure out how to get the retaining nuts off from under the sink. Please see attached pics. The issue is that I'm unable to unscrew these triangular retaining "nuts" because I can't get them to rotate past either the braided water lines, or the stationary metal post that's adjacent. I thought perhaps the threaded bolts where studs that could simply be unscrewed without having to mess with the retaining nuts, but that doesn't seem to be the case as I couldn't get them to budge. I then though maybe the top of the faucet needed to be disassembled to get in the inside from the top, but there isn't anything to disassemble on top aside from being able to take the handle off. Is there a special key or tool that is needed to remove these "triangular" retaining nuts? Any other ideas beside simply taking a saw to everything underneath? Thanks!