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How to remove blades on craftsman lt2000

I don't know how to remove the blades to sharpen them on my craftsman lt2000 lawn mower. Any ideas?

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There usually bolted on from underneath you must have a wrench are set of wrench to take off. Most models are some times kinda hard to get to

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