21" toro proline mulch

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by dex242, Jun 1, 2010.

  1. dex242

    dex242 LawnSite Member
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    any one know what gator blades fits the 21" toro proline I have bought 2 sizes already and none fit
     
  2. mds2000

    mds2000 LawnSite Member
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    toro has there own mulch blade (atomic mulching blade) i have only had my toro proline for about 2 weeks now would like to try it but have not had a chance yet:canadaflag:
     
  3. Roger

    Roger LawnSite Fanatic
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    I have a Toro ProLine, and have both a Gator blade and an Atomic blade.

    You can get the Gator blade from PowerEquipmentWarehouse. I don't know the part number, but they can help you right away.

    I don't use either for grass. The Gator holds too much grass under the deck, and requires much power to run. On the other hand, the Atomic blade requires very little power because it has little lift. Yes, it will cut through grass, but will leave a less-than-desirable cut. Wheel tracking from the previous pass will mean that grass will not get cut well at all. The Atomic blade will work well in a badly overgrown area -- first pass just to know down tall growth. Change the blades and finish with something else.

    I do use the Gator in the Fall for leaves. It works well for that purpose. The Atomic is not even much use for leaves. Since it has so little lift, it will literally run over leaves before pulling them up and mulching.

    I use a high-lift blade for bagging. It is much better than an OEM blade The high-lift will not mulch at all. It drops nothing out from under the deck - 10, 20 feet of travel, depending upon growth, and the engine is tapped out.
     
  4. lawnboy dan

    lawnboy dan LawnSite Gold Member
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    i have gators on my prolines and the cut is great
     
  5. JDExmark

    JDExmark LawnSite Member
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    never used gators on my pro line - stock mulching blade works fine
     
  6. Buck123

    Buck123 LawnSite Member
    from NW IL
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    Check Bailey's. They show that you can by gator blades for that model.

    He's right though, there's really no need for them, the stock ones work great!
     
  7. dex242

    dex242 LawnSite Member
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    well i just ordered 2 plugs so im gonna try the stock ones it just sucks that i spent money on dam blades that dont even work when they turn they hit underneath on the plastic lol
     

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