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I can't seem to break the bolt loose to change the blades on my riding lawn mower. I have tried impact driver and wrench with long pipe. Are these bolts reverse threaded or what???
Wd 40 is a luberecant,, blaster is a penterant ,,works much better, been using blaster sence 1960....
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
No they are right handed thread just correded on. What I would try is heating the bolt up then spraying W.D. 40 on it let it set for 5 mins then try breaking it loose. Just one thing spray the W.D. 40 while its hot but not near a flame.
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Posted on Jul 24, 2008
I soaked them with Blaster and cranked my aircompressor up a notch and zapped them in short bursts with my impact gun and they finally gave up. I was working too hard and not working smart. I was really believing they were left handed threads for awhile.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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