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Old 06-02-2012, 08:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Justin5309 View Post
Yes, this was the mower I was researching. In the end, I believe the cub cadet was better for me as I won't be cutting nearly as many lawns as most people on this forum. I saved quite a bit of money and love using it.

Anyhow, I'll figure this lawn clipping issue out. Especially with all the help from posters on this forum.

Thanks again guys.
Good luck, there's just about as many ways to get rid of clippings as there are mower brands. Many have been mentioned and are valid methods. But it also depends on the mower and conditions of the turf as well. Some are hard to explain via text based communication. At least for me.

You'll get it figured out. The one thing no one mentioned is if these clumps aren't all over, as in a few here and there, is walking it with a backpack blower and blowing them out.
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