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 09-10-2005, 11:58 Post: 116186
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Anyone know how to get the blades off a Howse brush hogger?

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 05-07-2006, 11:49 Post: 129029
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Howse implements are made here where I live. Phone# 601-428-0841. They probably can help.






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 05-07-2006, 21:35 Post: 129057
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If it's built like my King Kutter, all you do is look for about a 2" hole in the top of the deck near the gear box, and with the engine off and the PTO not engaged, rotate the the PTO shaft slowly by hand until the blade nut lines up with the hole in the deck. Do yourself a favor and use an impact wrench to remove the fairly large nut. Then tap the bolt down and out. You might have to reach under the deck to help the blade off, or even better: have someone help you---they're heavy (the blade I mean). Installation is the reverse of removal. You shouldn't need to put a wrench on the head of the bolt which looks round and flat---the bolt has splines like a common wheel stud that normally keeps it from spinning in the bolt hole--but not always. If the bolt does spin, simply use a pipe wrench on the head and go for it.






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