Anyone using thenew g6 blades

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by jmorgan71587, Jun 28, 2011.

  1. Oregon OEP

    Oregon OEP Sponsor
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    We do make the G5 for your mower. Part number is 596-900.
     
  2. serelaw

    serelaw LawnSite Member
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    M ZT-52 G6 or G5 Sir. Any advice on which one to use?..
    Thanks in advance.
    28hp 19,000 bts
     
  3. Oregon OEP

    Oregon OEP Sponsor
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    With that deck and HP combination you should have no problems with the G6®.
     
  4. DXN1EL

    DXN1EL LawnSite Senior Member
    from TEXAS
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    What about the Chimcom mowers? more specific the 28" Worldlawn
     
  5. Oregon OEP

    Oregon OEP Sponsor
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    We do not build blades specifically for the World Lawn mowers. You would need to try to match that by dimensions. At this link you can find all the blades we make that are close to your blade by inputting the length and center hole http://www.oregonproducts.com/pro/lookups/selguide_bladelookup.aspx
     
  6. serelaw

    serelaw LawnSite Member
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    You are the best sir thank you.
    I have been to your website and can not find a part number for the G6.

    Only 59-085 [G5]. What would be the part # for G6?
    Thanks again sir.
     
  7. Oregon OEP

    Oregon OEP Sponsor
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    Sorry, I should have looked a little deeper before I answered. Even though you have the HP the concern is the spindle on your mower. We do only offer the G5™ for that one. Again because of the type spindle you have there are no plans to add the G6™. The only difference in the two is the thickness of the steel, performance will be equal. The thicker steel gives you a little longer life.
     
  8. serelaw

    serelaw LawnSite Member
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    Wow, thanks for the quick reply. I'm off to checkout my spindles.
    They are cast iron. Maybe the spindle has to be a certain diameter.
    I ordered the right ones.
     
  9. Oregon OEP

    Oregon OEP Sponsor
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    Our engineers base the decision on many characteristics of the spindles. It isn't that you don't have good spindles but they didn't meet the criteria we require to offer a G6™ blade.
     
  10. serelaw

    serelaw LawnSite Member
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    Thanks man.
     

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