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Old 06-13-2013, 11:19 PM
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Fwiw I have noticed that my TimeMaster is fairly sensitive to dullish blades. I had a dull set of TurfMaster blades that I had used for aeration plug break-up and I noticed clumping trails in taller grass a few weeks back while bagging. I was thinking WT? then checked the blades and sure enough worse than butter knife dull and I had spaced that I forgot to swap them out.

I have 2 sets of lower lift TimeMaster blades and 2 sets of Higher lift TurfMaster blades so I always have sharp ones handy.

Still wish there was a cheaper alternative than the OEM standard price.of $20/$21 per blade from the dealers.
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