Originally Posted by Premo Services
You are going to need a breaker bar( long pipe) and stick your ratchet in it and use a peice of wood to hold the blade. That should get the bolt off. I would check the spindle and other stuff under there also, to see if it messed up something else.
Yup... and also be alert to the fact that in the process YOU 'may' flex that blade to the point it will not spring back... causing it to be slightly out of whack... if it's not already destroyed.
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