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pretty good. Unless you hit a stump. It knocked one of the blades crooked, and now it vibrates violently because the blades aren't balancing each other. lol... I've tried to fix it but the bolts are on there so dang tight that my 90psi 1/2" impact wont loosen it. I even cut it up to the max 125psi that my compressor will run, and still nothing. So right now, it's out of commission. But I have everything mowed, and hopefully the cooler weather will put all the crap into dormant mode until spring.
 

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Try putting some heat on the bolt. Use a torch, and get it good and hot. Any "lock tight" will burn off, and the metal will sweel, then shrink, and allow the bolt to loosen up.
 

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Is it possible that it's left-hand thread?
Depending on the rotation of the blade
I considered that, and gave it a shot. But I couldn't get it to budge either direction. Might be time to invest in a better impact wrench.
 
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