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When removing tire from MTD GOLD riding lawnmower I broke the nut off holding it on. Tried an Easy out to remove old nut, but that also broke off inside old nut. have tried to redrill but have gone through 5 bits and still not made any head way. Any ideas Thanks

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I would take a cutting torch then re-thread it, might have to go a little bigger once it is all said and done. Good Luck Tim

Posted on Oct 24, 2010

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