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Old 04-01-2004, 11:36 AM
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Bagger info

Peter,

A few questions, first how large (in cubit feet) is the leaf extender for the 6.2 XL bag? Second, what is the weight of the 6.2? Last, what would be the combined weight of the 6.2 and the leaf extension?

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Old 04-01-2004, 01:19 PM
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Peter,

A few questions, first how large (in cubit feet) is the leaf extender for the 6.2 XL bag? Second, what is the weight of the 6.2? Last, what would be the combined weight of the 6.2 and the leaf extension?

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Pete
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Do you mean bushles on the 6.2 and extention? If so its 9.
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Old 04-01-2004, 01:23 PM
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John,

So the extension is 2.8 cubit feet? Do you know what the weight is of the 6.2 bagger with and without the leaf extension?

Pete
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Old 04-01-2004, 02:01 PM
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John,

So the extension is 2.8 cubit feet? Do you know what the weight is of the 6.2 bagger with and without the leaf extension?

Pete
I'm not sure of weight but i can easily lift the two together. On the extention its more like 5.0.
John

Oh i will have pics tonight for you with them on a lazer and turf tracer 60"
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Old 04-01-2004, 02:29 PM
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John,

Once again, thanks for the info. Would you think that the 6.2 and the extension is over kill for a 48" TurfTracer HP? I'm looking to use this combo for the fall leaf clean up. During the summer I just plan in mulching. Oh, this is not for commercial use, Iím a homeowner.

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Old 04-01-2004, 02:53 PM
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John,

Once again, thanks for the info. Would you think that the 6.2 and the extension is over kill for a 48" TurfTracer HP? I'm looking to use this combo for the fall leaf clean up. During the summer I just plan in mulching. Oh, this is not for commercial use, Iím a homeowner.

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Not for leaves. And i just had the 48 out to, Now its behind all the sixties LOL Let me see if i can get a pic on the 48 for you by tomorrow night.
John
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Not for leaves. And i just had the 48 out to, Now its behind all the sixties LOL Let me see if i can get a pic on the 48 for you by tomorrow night.
John
Oh it would be great combo for leaves!!
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Old 04-01-2004, 09:09 PM
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Guys,
Here's the numbers:

XL Catcher wt. 23-24 lbs

XL Extender wt. approx. 14 Lbs.

XL Extender capacity: 4.8 Cu Ft = 3.8 Bushels.

1 Cubic ft. = .8 Bushels.

John- thanks for the help! Hopefully spring will get going soon over there. Guys in our area have been mowing for a month!
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Old 04-01-2004, 09:11 PM
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PS-
One more number that may be helpful. 1 cubic ft. grass clippings is 7 to 12 Lbs. depending on moisture content and type of grass.
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