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I cant get the nuts off the blades on my cub cadet do you turn them l or r

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The nuts turn left or counterclockwise to remove the blades. Spray the nuts and shaft with generous dose of lubricant. Place a block of wood between one of the blades and the housing to keep the blades from turning and use a box-in wrench with a two foot piece of pipe over the wrench to use for leverage.

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

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Not sure on your particular mower but most all mowers are left hand threads so you would loosen like you are tightening normally. I hope that is clear to you. lol

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

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Under each blade is one single nut holding each blade on. It is not left-hand thread and there is nothing special about it.
Standard thread - Standard hardware - Standard tools. (If memory serves, you need a 15/16" socket to remove these.)
There is no need to index or time the blades. They cannot hit together unless something is bent or damaged on your mower deck.

Hope this helps,
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