How to Remove and Replace the Blades on a BAHCO Bypass Pruner
How to safely remove and re-attach the blades on a BAHCO bypass pruner, including what order to take it apart and put it back together, what tools you should use, how to tell if it's too tight, and more.
We demonstrate using the PXR-L2 pruner with a rolling handle, but the process is the same with any of the BAHCO bypass pruners.
We cover everything you need to know to successfully remove (and re-attach!) a BAHCO pruner blade.
- How to remove the blade
- What tools to use
- How to reattach a new or sharpened blade
- How to reattach the spring
- How much to tighten it so it works perfectly
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