The hardest thing about installing another sink or faucet is screwing the lines that are directly against the wall into the hard-to-reach mounting nuts. You could try one of these Ridgid Ez-wind Sink Installing Tool, wrenches as opposed to pulling a muscle, scratching your fingers to all-damnation and dislocating a shoulder to actually screw one of these in. They make it very simple to reach those hard to reach nuts, and urge you to screw them easily.
The Ridge Ez-turn Sink Installing Tool method is suitable for experienced plumbers or DIYers who frequently put in new sinks or faucets and lets you work quicker, simpler and all the more successfully. It functions admirably under the sink, on flexibly lines, fittings, and nuts.
A choice of basic nut sizes is given by the unique cubed insert, although it is reasonable for 2, 3, 4, and 6 tab mounting nuts. For leeway in tight spaces, the short body of the apparatus is great, and the open slot permits fast access through existing supply lines.