Rod, Thank you for your reply. In the 3rd photo, you will see a nut attached to a 5/16 bolt. The pen is pointed at the bolt. When I turned the nut, the bolt broke in two. The broken bolt and nut is in photo two, with the spring also there. That bolt is broke and I need to replace it with a new one. If you notice in the first photo, the bolt is not shown. The nut and spring and arm is there, but it does not show you the bolt that the nut goes on. The bolt they do not show is snapped off. To get that bolt off, you have to remove the pin in photo 4. The twine disc in photo 4 will not come out until the stud is removed and the part that attaches to it comes out with it. I need to remove the stud. Thank you for taking the time make suggestions.
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