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Kobalt 21-in Multipurpose Push Lawn Mower Blade $12.49 YMMV

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his blade fits Kobalt item number 632477: Kobalt 80-Volt Max Brushless Lithium Ion 21-in Deck Width Cordless Electric Lawn Mower Kit with Mulching Capability (model #KM 2180B-06)
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This blade fits Kobalt item number 1129999: Kobalt 80-volt Push Brushless Lithium Ion 21-in Cordless Electric Lawn Mower (model #KM 5080-06)
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Have a pair blades sitting on the garage shelf. I had trouble removing the bolt from the mower. It's too tight. What kind of tool do people use to remove the bolt?
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Have a pair blades sitting on the garage shelf. I had trouble removing the bolt from the mower. It's too tight. What kind of tool do people use to remove the bolt?
Usually just channellocks.
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Usually just channellocks.
I tried using adjustable wrench but it wouldnt budge
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I tried using adjustable wrench but it wouldnt budge
Pretty sure it's reverse threaded if I remember correctly. Did you try righty loosey?
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Have a pair blades sitting on the garage shelf. I had trouble removing the bolt from the mower. It's too tight. What kind of tool do people use to remove the bolt?
impact. 300ft/lbs, comes right off. if i get any argument, i take out the 800 ft/lb
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Have a pair blades sitting on the garage shelf. I had trouble removing the bolt from the mower. It's too tight. What kind of tool do people use to remove the bolt?
Impact gun. I've tried socket wrench and it didn't budge.
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REALLY stupid. closest store has these, 24.98. next closest stores(2) 12.49. lowes does NOT match price of their own stores.
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Good deal if you have Greeworks/Kobalt 80V mower.
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I really appreciate the feedback and suggestion from you guys. I am going to shop for an impact driver now.
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I really appreciate the feedback and suggestion from you guys. I am going to shop for an impact driver now.
i recommend the ryobi 18v 1/2". there are deals on this, but also ryobi has a lot of 18v tools. except for my mower, which is kobalt, i have ryobi trimmer, blower, drills, saw, and edger. all use the same battery. i think 300ft/lbs is the minimum for an impact
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I already owned a Dewalt 20v drill with 3 batteries and 2 chargers. I will probably just get a Dewalt impact driver bare tool. Does 1/2" vs 1/4" make any difference?
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Have a pair blades sitting on the garage shelf. I had trouble removing the bolt from the mower. It's too tight. What kind of tool do people use to remove the bolt?
You can try the usual methods: impact, torch, lubricants. etc. If that doesn't work or you want the easy way out, wave the white flag and use a Dremel or angle grinder to sharpen the old blades that are still bolted on.
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Only one Lowe's has the lower price in my vicinity. Decent deal but not worth driving 30 miles.
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Unless the blade is damaged, just sharpen it in place. Or, block the blade from moving and use a socket (6 pt.) on a 1/2' breaker bar with some Polish Finesse.
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