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 04-30-2006, 08:31 Post: 128584
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 04-30-2006, 18:53 Post: 128605
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I used them on my Graveley walkbehind. Worked pretty well I suppose. They're not an end-all-to-be-all though---you still have to use the same methods to keep the deck underside clean and you can't cut real high opr dense grass with them because they will still down, but they're good for chewing up the errant plastic bag or twig/branch.






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 04-30-2006, 20:20 Post: 128620
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They vary from deck to deck for the job they do but most have all found a benifit from them.






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 05-01-2006, 09:36 Post: 128652
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I just put a set of their 'magnum' blades on my 60" kubota bx deck. Mowed once with them. They work fine, but not as well as I had hoped. The clippings don't really seam any smaller. Like you, I'm not set up as a mulcher deck, and I'm sure that makes a difference. The amount of lift they refer to just indicates how much 'suction' they generate. I had hoped these would do a better job of pulling up the grass from the front tire tracks. The jury is still out on that one.
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 05-01-2006, 17:01 Post: 128680
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You may wish to check with Agri Supply on Gator Blades. I don't find Agri Supply beat very often on price. Do realize they sell a lot of parts that are not orginial but they tell you that. They do ship. They do stand behind their products great.

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