Question about Craftsman Garden
Posted by Anonymous on
The blade is held in place by a bolt. Some models have a locking mechanism for the shaft. some do not. Either depress the spindel lock or use a piece of wood or similar to stop the blade from rotating and using the correct wrench size for the bolt head, turn the bolt counter clockwise to loosen and remove the nut. Insert the new blade and reverse the process by hoding the blade in place and tightening the bolt head clockwise
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