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    New Member RedJed38's Avatar
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    That's ridiculous!!! Why would a bolt cost that much. I have a hardware manufacturer close by. I take bolts there all the time. They will match anything with low cost. No more than ten dollars... Just remember to tell them what it's for....

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    Quote Originally Posted by L48 View Post
    Would not go by the color. I've owned 2 over the years and it looks exactly like our King Kutter.Hope this helps.

    This is my vote too. Looks JUST LIKE a King Kutter BH!!!
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    Nothing runs like a Deere, or smells like a John....

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    Default Re: Brush cutter ID

    Quote Originally Posted by kebo View Post
    This is my vote too. Looks JUST LIKE a King Kutter BH!!!
    I'm not exactly sure why it cost so much. It is a very large bolt (1" diameter and 3" long with a 1 5/8" nut) and it's specially made for the brush cutter. It has a specific flange and shoulder to mate with the blades and the blade carrier. The bolt also includes a pin that you have to hammer into the side of the bolt that fits into a keyway to keep the bolt from rotating. It might have also cost more because my brush cutter is so old and that bolt isn't used on the newer models.

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    I see, wow, hopefully you don't have to buy to many of them, lol!

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