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    Default Woods Rotary Cutter Question

    I have a Woods Heritage model HSS 72 cutter and I want to change the blades. I have the blades but don't have a socket big enough to fit the blade pin nut. My owners manual parts list does not list the size of the nut. Would any of you know what size socket to get? Its in a hard to measure place (as you know) and don't want to make extra trips into town.

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    Default Re: Woods Rotary Cutter Question

    Don't know the socket size your after, but even once you get the socket, your going to need a big gun to get it off. 3/4 or bigger.
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    Default Re: Woods Rotary Cutter Question

    It turns out that it was 1 11/16" and I used my 3/4" drive breaker bar to get it off. I took off the access plate and got as close as I could and went to sears and bought three sockets. I'll be taking two back.

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