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- Aug 31, 2001
- South Bend, Indiana (near)
- Power Trac PT425 2001 Model Year
If you have a small, powerful magnet, place it on the wrench near the end and it should hold the nut in place in the wrench enough to at least get it started.I used a piece of pipe to lengthen the wrench which jammed up against the tub. That worked, but getting the little buggers re-threaded onto the rear bolts is almost impossible. Not sure how I'm going to do that. Taking them off with a wrench was not bad at all once they were loose, but putting them on requires my fingers to hold the nut while I turn the bolts. I just don't bend that way. The left rear under the oil filter just might get left off. I have to wonder how the factory did it.