baffles

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by kc-harris, Apr 12, 2007.

  1. kc-harris

    kc-harris LawnSite Member
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    on my lazer the baffles are welded on would it hurt if i get those remove to help the grass spit out when its wet i have a lot of clumping
     
  2. ChadsLawn

    ChadsLawn LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Post your questions in the "Commercial Mower Section" Someone else may have to answer this 1.. but there, there for a reason and I would not remove them..
     
  3. greengiant9963

    greengiant9963 LawnSite Senior Member
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    Was actually going to try this. I am sure it would cut down on the clumping but not sure what kind of cut you would get either.stringers, etc. Thats why I have never tried it. If you look at the underside of a deck of a wright stander it is all open with no baffling. So makes me wonder. But like yourself I do get alot of clumping in wet conditons with the exmarks.
     
  4. ChadsLawn

    ChadsLawn LawnSite Bronze Member
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    hey greengiant where bouts in western ny are ya?
     
  5. greengiant9963

    greengiant9963 LawnSite Senior Member
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    I am about 25 min. Northeast of Buffalo. Why?
     
  6. ZX12R

    ZX12R LawnSite Senior Member
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    Do not do it,they are there for a reason.
     
  7. MOW PRO LAWN SERVICE

    MOW PRO LAWN SERVICE LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Looks like it would hurt the vacuum,or you could trade to a scag.
     
  8. ChadsLawn

    ChadsLawn LawnSite Bronze Member
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    I use to live in a little town called Youngstown. 30min north of Niagara Falls.
     
  9. greengiant9963

    greengiant9963 LawnSite Senior Member
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    LOL..small world. My ex girlfriend lives in Lewiston.
     
  10. Meg-Mo

    Meg-Mo Inactive
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    You can take the baffles out but the best is to just cut and fold to get a nice smooth flow across the front of the deck. We do this on a lot of the exmarks that come in to have the MEG MO blades put on.
     

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