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Old 01-09-2013, 05:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Turning tall grass short View Post
Cutting into the stock blade and weakening it then placing it on a system to turn it 200mph is pretty interesting. Making a saddle for the second blade might be a little safer and cheaper in the long run.
I've used them in the past, my big trouble was the heaver load on the clutch. Starting double the weight was one thing but stopping that weight was very hard on the clutch brake.
I don't think the blade was weakened by the notches. Everything is supported when its tightened down. I have already run this setup for over 20 hours and have inspected evrything with a fine tooth comb. As far as I can tell there are no differences than running a single blade. I thought I clearly showed in the picture above that this setup is barely heavier than a single G6 blade.
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