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Old 07-12-2013, 12:23 PM
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Scag Baffle Help!

All it says on the website and manual is top position good for tall, wiry and tough to cut grass. medium position is good for general all purpose conditions and grass. Bottom position is good for leaf removal etc. What about best for wet conditions and best for dry conditions? Any of you guys have any experience with these settings? The top sounds like it would be good for catsear dandelions for sure or bahia. Just looking to expand my knowledge and better understanding the deck since Scag is so vague with things unlike Gravely.
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Old 07-12-2013, 06:51 PM
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My Scag Velocity decks also only had 3 positions to choose from(some have more that I was unaware of until recently thanks to another LS member). I always left mine in the middle setting with great results all the way around.
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