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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by buzzz427, May 20, 2008.
Isthere a way to sharpen blades so they work as good as new I cant seem to get it right
This has been discussed many times, do a search under "blade sharpening". Personally I'm happy using a 4" grinder.
Thats the best way to do it. The blades always come out sharp and always have the correct angle to the edge. Thats the one we bought and in all honesty it was money well spent.
I use a table belt sander, does real nice and doesn't remove to much metal.
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Sharpen blades???? Can you really do that????
i get mine done for 2 bucks a piece.
I use a bench grinding wheel. You get the hang of it pretty quick and around here you save $6.50 a blade doing it yourself
ive always wondered if some one has a method of sharpening without removing blades . maybe a cordless drill with a grinding wheel attatched with the V groove in wheel to sharpen both sides of blade right on job sites so can do it quick by tilting walk behinds on their sides .
I use my Dremel to sharpen my blades on my mower if they just need a touch up. dremel sells an attachment for blade sharpening it is angled on one side only. If the blades are to bad i take them off and put them on the grinding wheel and make sure they are balanced.