Over the past couple of years I have seen several threads on mower blade replacement and some folks claim that they actually change the blades on their mowers everyday while still out in the field and between X number of lawns to make certain that they have "sharp" blades on all the day long. These guys weren't talking about replacing a damaged blade out in the field like we have all probably had to do. No, they were talking about changing them in the field just "because". Now I am am not calling any member out on this and I don't even recall any certain member on here by user name that claimed that, only that several did. So today I saw another LCO at a local bank (we were both making deposits ayup: ), that is also a member here on LS. We were just talking in general about business and LS came up and in talking about LS I for some unknown reason thought about these blade changing posts.......we both had a good laugh over it because we were both automatically on the same page on what we thought about these claims of changing blades between x number of jobs out in the field. I figure that these claims are either A, B or C because I KNOW that we cannot slow down to change blades several times a day for any reason other than a severely damaged one, and esp not for just "because".....shoot we are so slammed we are lucky to get them changed more than once a week! So I figure: A) IF these claims are true of "field changing blades to keepem' sharp" then these LCO must not have a full daily schedule and enough accts to keep them really busy. B) These claims are BS. C) Bigfoot comes out of the woods and helps them change the blades cause he likes to see nothing but sharp blades on the old mower at all times. What do youse guys think?