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How do I remove the old broken lawn mower blade. I can't seem to keep the bolt and nut from moving together when I try to loosen the bold. thanks in advance

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You do not mention which brand mower, but in the general case, you'll need to put a wrench on both the nut and the bolt. Hold one , turn the other.

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Is the blade nut reverse thread or regular?

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I uses impact gun with 3/4 " socket.run it in reverse or you have to remove the stationary parts of the motor.mark them so u will know how to put them back together & somebody has to hold the armature will u r turning the nut on the blade.

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