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I suggest these to everyone. They are high lift, but they do not pick
up rocks anywhere near as bad as regular blades, are
thicker/stronger/last longer. They are harder to sharpen, but the edge
lasts longer also. I have been told I have about an acre or so (180' X
270') to mow and average 5 or 6 days between mowings. I have to sharpen
my blades twice a year. You can get them for riders and for push mowers.<br>
Blades at Northern Tool</a><br>
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<pre wrap="">I've been putting up with something that is beginning to irritate
I have a 42" rider. The mower-wheels are in from the spread of the
deck. As a result, as I cut a path, the front wheels 'mat' the grass
some - enough that the cutting-blades do not cut the as they go over
the 'matted' grass. As a result, I look back and I always see a, say,
4" swath, that I then have to make a second cutting trip over a
slightly different path so the wheels do not 'mat' the same grass
again, and then the blades do cut that grass.
Anyone experience this? And if so, do you have a trick to avoid this
Dumb question, huh?