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Old 10-18-2006, 09:50 PM
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which blades?

i recently purchased a XL. I am mainly going to use for leaves ... i know so many said it will fill up too quick. But i think it is going to work great. I have a a section of 20 yards that are 1/3 acre. I ran over them today with regular high lifts and had great results. My question is should i gator blades so they will be mulched up more or stick with the high lifts.
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Old 10-20-2006, 12:48 AM
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Try all gator blades for the extra mulching effect. If you don't get a complete fill, change out the blade right next to the bagger and leave the gators on the other spindes. I usually advise against a gator on the spindle right next to the catcher, but leaves are a lot easier to pack the bag with than grass clippings.
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Old 10-20-2006, 06:14 AM
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i recently purchased a XL. I am mainly going to use for leaves ... i know so many said it will fill up too quick. But i think it is going to work great. I have a a section of 20 yards that are 1/3 acre. I ran over them today with regular high lifts and had great results. My question is should i gator blades so they will be mulched up more or stick with the high lifts.
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