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Old 08-24-2015, 02:12 PM
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Would those blades by any chance be the part # 20120p? If not do you have a part # for the blades you're talking about? Thanks..
Actually that is the same pn# on the older low lifts I have still in the plastic wrap from home depot. So yes....
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Would those blades by any chance be the part # 20120p? If not do you have a part # for the blades you're talking about? Thanks..
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Actually that is the same pn# on the older low lifts I have still in the plastic wrap from home depot. So yes....
Not sure where you guys are getting those part numbers. The Toro numbers are as follows:
Low-Lift are #120-9500
High-Lift are #116-6358
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Not sure where you guys are getting those part numbers. The Toro numbers are as follows:
Low-Lift are #120-9500
High-Lift are #116-6358

Those were just Home Depot #s..when I looked on Ebay the majority of people used those same #s..
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Those were just Home Depot #s..when I looked on Ebay the majority of people used those same #s..
Oh, I understand, now!
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What are "low lift" blades? The original (no longer shipped with) TimeMaster blades?

I know they ship with TurfMaster blades now. Mine did.
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after reading this thread, i'm picking up my TimeMaster on monday. its a demo unit that i'm getting for 825. might be a little excited about it, haha
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What are "low lift" blades? The original (no longer shipped with) TimeMaster blades?

I know they ship with TurfMaster blades now. Mine did.
Yes.. I just wanted to try them because the factory Turfmaster blades seem to really throw the clippings out a little to far for me, plus the low lift might not rob so much power as well.. The look just alike but one has more lift..
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Yes.. I just wanted to try them because the factory Turfmaster blades seem to really throw the clippings out a little to far for me, plus the low lift might not rob so much power as well.. The look just alike but one has more lift..
The two biggest things you can do to help power is keep the blades as sharp as possible and turn up the RPM to 3600, with the blades engaged. Bagging or SD, I don't feel either of mine need more power, turned up. I only have one commercial property I mulch and it's only an issue when we're in peak growth.
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I was looking around dealer showroom (was adjusting a hydro control on my new mower, was not adjusted right when I picked it up), and looked a a TurfMaser. Although self propel seemed easy to use (Pull up for blade, and slide for self propel?) , it looked like a pain to me turning and stuff all day with the weight.
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