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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Simplicity 44" mower blades
Thank you for the great picture. You should be able to wrap each blade with a towel or large rag and grip it with your hand whilst you put a box end wrench or a socket & rachet on the bolt and turn it to the left ( counter-clockwise) and loosten the bolt and remove both blade and bolt. Put them back on the opposite way. Do not use an open end wrench, pliers, vice-grips, or chanel-locks as you can round the corners of the bolts. Be certain the box-end wrench or socket fits the bolt exactly.Tighten the bolt back on with the same tightness as you removed it. A tiny bit of oil or grease on the bolt's threads will help it go smoothly next time.
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