Just wondering if Tony or Henry (or anyone else knowledgeable) could help please.
I've a few of these mowers now, the 1952 one that I use on a daily, or every two days, basis I've decided needs a bit of love.
I've ground the cylinder successfully (had a huge taper, probably not done for decades), I am wondering what the best way to tackle the bottom blade is. The bb screws will likely need serious heat to shift and I'd prefer not to have to dig the welder out if not absolutely necessary.
So I'd like to get the bb and throw plate or bb shoe or whatever it's called out in one lump. To do this I presumably have to remove the two connecting rods from the alloy side casings. Is this correct / the best / only way? Any advice gratefully received on this one.