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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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HOW DO I REMOVE THE BLADES


The blades are typically a 'right hand' thread and tighten against the normal blade rotation for safety reasons. This means they have a tendency to work themselves tighter during use. Try using a good pair of LEATHER gloves and hold the blade with one hand while loosening the bolt (or nut) with the other. To loosen, turn the bolt (nut) COUNTERclockwise.

If this is a push mower... REMOVE THE WIRE FROM THE SPARKPLUG FIRST !!!!!! Push mowers can start when rotating the blade by hand because it turns the engine over just as a crank or pullrope would.

Make sure to take note of the positioning of the cutting surfaces of the blade and re-install them correctly...many mowers have had their blades installed backwards by mistake.

Take extra care when re installing them as they will now be SHARP !!!!!

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Ride on mower manuals


Pull the cutting deck off the mower, lean it against a wall so you can see the bottom of the deck. I usually use a small section of 2x4 to stop the blades from turning when trying to loosen the blade bolt. A breaker bar comes in handy as those bolts/nuts are usually put on rather tight. Be sure to pay attention to how it goes back together, take pictures if need be. Also, be sure you put the blades on right, or the grass won't cut right.

Mar 24, 2014 | Garden

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I am trying to remove the starter on a Husqvarna push mower to replace the cord. My problem is when I try to remover the 3 nuts the bolts move with it.


It sounds like the Studs are coming out of the Engine block instead of the nuts coming off the studs. No biggy. Keep loosening and take the starter off with the Studs included.

Sep 07, 2013 | Garden

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How do you remove the bolts on the mandrel cover of the mowing deck. The bolts begin to loosen but then seem to get tight again.


I would keep turning them, there may be old grass, dirt, etc. that's making them turn harder. If not look underneath deck to make sure theres no nuts on bolts.

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I cannot remove the blade from my B&D MM575 mulching mower. The manual says to block the blade, then loosen the nut. However, when I block the blade and turn the nut, the shaft continues to turn,...


You can use a pipe wrench on the shaft and a regular wrench on the nut. Disconnect your spark plug and tip the mower onto it's left side. You will have to use your left hand to go down through the mower shoot to hold the pipe wrench and your right hand to unbolt the the blade attaching bolt, it should come off immediately.
Remember you may have to purchase a new blade holder, since your problem shouldn't occur if your blade holder was OK. GOOD LUCK.

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To remove the blade, does the bolt turn clockwise or counterclockwise?


As viewed from beneath, the bolt is loosened by turning it counterclockwise. They are generally pretty darn tight. Use a block of wood to hold the blade from rotating. A rubber mallet to encourage the wrench usually helps too. By the way, the rule for which way to loosen a bolt or nut that holds a blade by it's center is that loosening is in the same direction as the blade normally turns. This is because the work (the grass in this case) tries to resist the blade and therefore pushes against the direction the blade is turning - and that MUST be the direction that the blade would be tightened (otherwise it would be loosened in the course of using it!). This applies to lawn mowers, edgers, circular saws, grinders, etc. I have never found an exception to this rule. Good luck, Al K

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Bolt comes loose and rip cord is yanked from hand


  1. block off the blade and driver assembly with a 2x4 to keep it from moving
  2. remove the flywheel nut (regular hand force should be sufficient)
  3. tap the 3 holes on the flywheel (if they aren't already threaded) using 1/4inch 20national tap set
  4. remove the flywheel using a flywheel puller -- a harmonic balancer puller which matches the tecumseh bolt pattern on the flywheel also works using 3 1/4inch thread (20national, 2inch long) bolts with washers
  5. NOTE: (if the blade was removed/reinstalled, tighten the blade to manufacturer's spec of 60lbs) before installing the new flywheel key
  6. remove the sheared flywheel key
  7. clean up the flywheel (wipe off all the dirt and grease)
  8. install the new flywheel key (part 611004 for toro 20016)
  9. install the flywheel (pull the bail brake handle to get the ball-brake inside the flywheel)
  10. tighten the flywheel nut to manufacturer's spec of 37.5lbs
  11. prime the gas bulb, give it a pull and mow away

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I have the Toro edger/trimmer combo - which way does the edger blade bolt turn - I tried counter-clock-wise it won't budge. Also how to the LOCK the blade from turning??


on blad removal the nut goes opposite to tighten, lefty tighty, righty loosen. Put a metal wrench or rod in between the blade and the guard to keep the blade from moving.

Jul 14, 2009 | Toro Lawn Mower With Toro Power Tools

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