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I don't know. I do know that the fastener that holds the blade on must be turned in the direction that the blade turns (when it's running) to take it off. Look to see which way the blade turns (you can tell by the cutting edges) and turn the fastener that direction to take it off. Think this through and you'll understand the applied physics behind this idea.

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Q: Is the fastener for the lawn mower blade on a Briggs and Stratton reverse thread?
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