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Old 05-10-2013, 01:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Greg78 View Post
I don't see how unbalanced blades will leave a bad cut? I don't balance my blades perfectly I get them close. When I've been in a rush to get my acreage cut I've put fresh sharpened blades but not balanced on and went to town with no difference in cut quality.

If I had a new mower that wasn't cutting good I'd take it back to my dealer if I've already checked the obvious: tire pressure, caster spacers the same, blade spacers the same, blades sharp, spindles good, deck clean and rpm correct.
Who knows then, I was throwing out guesses. I would assume if a blad is totally unbalanced, not just a little like you said yours are sometimes, then I would suspect the blade wood "wobble" while spinning which I think would create a nasy uneven cut.

If the man sharpens his own blades and they are just a little off, then he can cross that guess off the list.
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