I have a question regarding the use of my Snapper Riding Mower for
picking up leaves that I hope somebody might be able to answer.
For some time, I have been thinking of using a clamshell attachment
with a hose to pick up the many oak and maple leaves that fall from my
neighbor's yards on to my property. The problem however is this: my
Snapper dealer has told me that although the leaf attachment works very
well with a regular (non-mulching) blade, that is not what I have on my
machine. I don't feel competent to change the blade and having somebody
else do it (even the dealer) does not seem to be possible at this time
either. And thus, my question: would the attachment's performance with
a muching blade be so bad that it would not be worth the trouble and
cost of getting it?
Many thanks, in advance, for any guidance or advice that you might be
able to offer.
That is going to be a matter of opinion.
I suggest you buy it along with the bagging blade, but try it with the
mulching blade first. If you are happy with it then hang the bagging
blade on your garage wall. If you're not happy with it find somebody
that can switch the blade for you.
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