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I want to replace the blade on my 10"compound miter saw but the bolt for the arbor is frozen up. I have tried everything and of course now the bolt head is stripped. I am assuming the bolt loosens to the left as most do but is there any chance the bolt loosens to the right ? It is a Delta model 36-220 type 2 . Help !!!!!

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Yes sometimes the bolts are left handed thread. What you can try is find a metric socket that starts to go on to the nut and tap it the rest of the way on the nut with a mallet then try to unloosen the bolt.

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