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Tool Removes Lawn Mower Blades
Have you ever mowed the yard with a dull blade because you didn't want to go through the hassle of taking it off to sharpen it?
  If so, you'll be interested in this new tool that makes it easy to remove and install blades.
  It simply fits over the blade. Tabs on either side hold it in place. You put your socket wrench through the center to reach the bolt and hang onto the tool's rubber-gripped handle.
  "It eliminates the need to grab the blade with your hands or use something to block the blade," says Larry Holstein, who along with Kevin Sterling invented the tool. "For mowers equipped with a large brake or mandrel, an adapter can be bolted onto the bottom of the tool. The adapter extends beyond the brake or mandrel and allows the tool to catch either side of the blade."
  Sells for $49.95 plus $10 S&H ($18 S&H in Canada).
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Larry Holstein, 4606 S. Gid Hall Pt., Inverness, Fla. 34452 (ph 352 726-4931) or Kevin Sterling, 16315 S.E. 92nd Ave., Summerfield, Fla. 34491 (ph 352 307-5700; Website: holstein@citrus.infi.net).

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2001 - Volume #25, Issue #3