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Steve IA

07-17-2006 12:34:24

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I just went out and looked at my howse and 2 things come to mind. 1. Leave the sling blades on the hub until you get it loose on the shaft. Like Ultradog says. There's a lot of leverage to be gained on the end of the blades prying down on each side of the hub. Maybe wedge some 2X4s between the blades and the deck to keep constant pressure on the hub, then,
2. My deck has a big access hole cut behind the gear box for access to the blade nuts. This could give a place to beat on the hub from the top as you keep the pressure on from the bottom with the puller and the wood wedges. The blades are bolted to big supports on the hub which would be a perfect place to put your drift and whack it with your big friendly hammer. Watch out when it comes loose, it's a heavy dog. Steve

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