I always just used vise-grips on the blade to provide another handle, or
if it had a hole in flat part with a matching hole in lower end of
motor (like an old skil saw), a 16d nail. Failing that, a hunk of 2x4 to
wedge it. I don't do it often enough to need a special gadget. I do
always put a drop of oil on the bolt to keep it from galling into place,
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