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There will be an output shaft from the engine, that is linked to the blade assembly. Turn both slowly manually - The place where motion stops is the area that the shear bolt goes through.
This may be a pulley on a shaft, or more likely a larger shaft with a smaller shaft inside it. Look for holes either side of a tube - with a solid shaft inside. Once you have found the location - the old shear bolt may need to be tapped out with a pin drift. Rotate the shaft untill you see it.
The best way to look for it - is to design it yourself - where would you locate it?
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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