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Old 10-27-2009, 11:58 AM
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Atomic Mulching: Blade has a toothed sail for mulching in discharge mode.
Recycler Blade: low lift blade ideal for mulching without discharge
Low sail blade: ideal for light turf conditions, sandy geographies and bagging dry leaves
Medium sail blade: ideal for side discharging or bagging in average conditions.
High sail blade: ideal for side discharging in dense, heavy conditions or bagging wet leaves


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Can it be concluded that the HIGH SAIL BLADE is backward compatible to cover HEAVY CONDITIONS and also AVERAGE CONDITIONS, or does it perform only in HEAVY CONDITIONS ?...thank you.
Mysteryman -

The high sail blade is standard as it is the most versatile. If very normal conditions use high sail blades. If more unique conditions use the blade that best fits those conditions.

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Old 10-27-2009, 03:52 PM
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Bruce32-

Low sail blades reduce the air flow inside the deck shell thereby reducing the amount of blowout when the "seal" is lost between grass and deck. High sail blades definitely provide more vacuum, but as a result the increased airflow can result in more blowout when the deck / grass seal is lost.

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