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    Default What size wrench?

    Anyone know what size wrench or socket it takes to remove the blades from a kubota RCK60B-23BX MMM. A 1 1/4" is to sloppy and a 1 1/8 is to small. Maybe metric?

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    Default Re: What size wrench?

    If my converison is correct, should be 30mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by SSdoxie View Post
    If my converison is correct, should be 30mm
    Yep, just bought a 30mm impact socket and used it last week.
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    Default Re: What size wrench?

    Thank you's, I'll get a 30mm impact socket.

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    Default Re: What size wrench?

    Quote Originally Posted by Alf2010 View Post
    Anyone know what size wrench or socket it takes to remove the blades from a kubota RCK60B-23BX MMM. A 1 1/4" is to sloppy and a 1 1/8 is to small. Maybe metric?
    Try 1-3/16
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    Default Re: What size wrench?

    I tried a 1 3/16" socket, It fits perfect. the 30mm and the 1 3/16" must be pretty close to the same size. Thank you all for your advise,Alf

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    1 3/16" is 30.16 mm or extremely close. Don't find much major equipment with non-metric hardware anymore. But nearly every fastener size has an equivalent near enough in the other system to work like I use my M13 and 1/2" (12.7 mm) interchangeably with no problems.
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    1 3/16

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    Default Re: What size wrench?

    Get yourself a good metric set- I find nothing is made in inches any more. My chevy pick up is metric- NH TC 30 is metric etc, etc. You won't strip nuts that way!
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    Default Re: What size wrench?

    Quote Originally Posted by tcreeley View Post
    Get yourself a good metric set- I find nothing is made in inches any more. My chevy pick up is metric- NH TC 30 is metric etc, etc. You won't strip nuts that way!
    That's true for new stuff, but most all of my farm stuff is old. Ancient. Heck, nearly as old as I am!

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