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We do not know how to take the snow plow off of our john deepe L100 tractor. We removed cotter pins from the bolts, but now we do not know how to remove the bolts. they are stuck in place. Do we unscrew them or do we hammer them out? we can't figure it out. can you help?

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Gently tap them out, Tim

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