Originally Posted by uzupan
Once again thanks to everyone for their replies. It gives me some relief that I did not purchase a second rate machine. I tried both the Gravely and Scagg tiger Cub for a few minutes on the lawn at the dealer and the Gravely did a better job and felt better so that is why I went with it.
Do the baffles need adjusting in your opinion or are they set ok? They are set 1 inch below the bottom of the cutting deck, which makes them just below the level of the blades.
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
I also keep my baffles just bellow the blade tips. I have found this to be the best all around position. For tall tough grass I do have to slow down a bit. The more weeds the slower I go, the less weeds the faster. If I know I will be mowing very tall weedy grass in the rain I will take my baffles off completely. This really opens up the deck to process grass even faster but you lose lift. Over all I rarely have to double cut and rarely get clumps. I mow cool season grasses. Congrats on your Gravely purchase!! You should get many years of trouble free service.
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