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I have a sears tractor Model # 247.289110 and am trying to

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I have a sears tractor Model ####-##-####and am trying to replace the mower blades. I have disconnected the mower deck and have it upside down, applied rusr softener to the nuts holding the blades and it wont budge. I am using a wooden block to stop the blades from moving
1. Could this nut be right hand threaded in otherwise removed in a clockwise rather than counterclockwise unwind.
2. Any suggestions for loosening the two nuts.
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Small Engine
Expert:  Wayne replied 4 months ago.

Hi I'm Wayne

I will help you with this

No, they are right handed thread

do you have a impact gun to use to loosen them

if no, put a box wrench on the nut , and strike it with a hammier to help loosen it

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