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Re: Changing Blades on a King Kutter Rotary Mower
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Posted by Jerry/MT on April 24, 2005 at 20:54:09 from (22.214.171.124):
In Reply to: Changing Blades on a King Kutter Rotary Mower posted by lmcclue on April 24, 2005 at 16:32:49:
I just got a new KK and my blade bolts have steel locktite on them(i.e. the nut/bolt end has a spot weld on it!). I reckon the "blue flame wrench" will be required to change the blades out. If yours are just torqued on than using a 3/4" drive socket and breaker bar and some penetrating oil should get you started. An impact wrench would probably help also. If you're worried about the blade carrier turning, leave the drive shaft attached to the PTO with the PTO engaged.(Engine off, of course.)The bolt is accessible from the top of the deck through the big hole behind the gearbox.
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