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Any there any "secrets" out there on how to make this process any easier? It's a HUGE pain to try to get the J-pins pulled and rotated out. I put wood blocks under each side of the mower deck (like the manual recommends) but it usually takes me like 50 tries before I can get each one of them off. Is there a tool perhaps you recommend?
|bontai Joe||I've used a 5 foot long piece of rope slid through the loop the "J" pin makes and while holding both ends of the rope give a sharp yank. That usually works well. If that fails, then a BIG screw driver used as a pry bar works.