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Old 04-29-2014, 10:57 AM
M&L M&L is offline
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You can offset your patern by a few inches every time or change the angle by a few degrees. Might make for an extra pass here and there, but prevents rutting and losing a client.

A house in my neighbor hood gets cut about every 5 days. The guy goes in the exact same spots every time. Grass is green, but it looks like a fluted column. I cut mine just as often, but I either adjust the amount of overlap on my second peritemter pass, or change the angle by about 5degrees. No ruts and the stripe patern always "looks" the same

Or grind the pattern is and sub out a Top dressing. Just make sure to explain that part of the bill up front.
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