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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Put your blade back on so you will have some backup on the nut. Wedge a piece of 2x4 between the blade and deck to hold the shaft while you take off the nut. You should do that before unbolting the spindle. If you are just replacing bearings, you don't have to unbolt the spindle at all. Just remove the pulley on top and the shaft with blade attached will slide out the bottom. The botton bearing, however, will be on the shaft and is difficult to get off. I use a bearing splitter to get it down far enough to drive off the shaft.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
take the deck off or take the belt off of pulley there is a nut on top of pulley loosen nut with a brass hammer hammer it down & it should drop the spindle out to replace bearings
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
These are generally held on with just one large nut, I recommend you use a impact wrench otherwise it mau prove difficult ( you wont be able to hold the spindle tight enough) and certainly you will need a impact wrench to reassemble the spindle
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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