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Old 03-02-2013, 01:14 PM
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good to know thanks for info. i own a 710a so sounds like theese should work great under my mower.
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Old 03-02-2013, 01:42 PM
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good to know thanks for info. i own a 710a so sounds like theese should work great under my mower.
They will. I had a Z720A a couple years ago. They were by far the best overall blade under that deck. It ran them with no problem.
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I can also tell by looking back to see how they're hanging and often reach back and feel them to see how firm they are.
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Old 03-02-2013, 01:46 PM
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Curious if you all think the more finely shredded discharge shoots out as far using G6s as opposed to your other blades of choice? I'm hoping and would think the discharge will not fly as far...

I've used Oregon single notch hi-lift blades almost exclusively over the years...and will use standard 3in1 Gators during leaf season when conditions are dry.

Looking forward to giving my new G5s a test run come mowing season!
That'll depend on the machine they are used in, and the HP of that machine. Under my 720 with the 7 Iron II deck they shot the clippings as far as anything else. Under my 950, they go almost as far as the OEM high lifts. Regardless of which machine you run, they chop the clippings up pretty well. Not like a true mulcher, but far better than regular blades.
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