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Discussion in '<a href=http://www.lawnsite.com/buttons/jump.php?i' started by vipermanz, Jul 22, 2001.
At designing double blade brackets?
You can get them from your local Dixie Chopper dealer for about $16.00 each. If you have no Dixie Chopper dealer, I'll loan you mine, who will ship them to you.
I wouldn't try making them when they are not very expensive. You don't even need them actually.
my only dixie dealer is 85 miles away!
Eric, how do i Not need one?
YOU DON'T NEED BRACKETS!!!
Just stack the blades in a + pattern, and torque the bolt up. Thats all. Trust me, they stay. Even if they move, its still OK and I've not noticed a decrease in cutting ability when they slip together. Make sure the mating surfaces are wire wheeled clean.
i feel so dumb!