meg-mo system

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by badjetman23, Jun 10, 2011.

  1. badjetman23

    badjetman23 LawnSite Member
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    i am looking into a set of meg mo blades for my hustler shortcut 1500 was wondering if anyone is running or has run the meg mo system
     
  2. Kreios

    Kreios LawnSite Member
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    Don't waste your money. Just take two blades and put them on like a + when you torque them down they won't go any where a you get what meg mo claims you get.
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  3. badjetman23

    badjetman23 LawnSite Member
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    ya thats what i am running now it seems to work well you ever run gators
     
  4. Kreios

    Kreios LawnSite Member
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    I only use I high lift blades.
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  5. Kreios

    Kreios LawnSite Member
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    I didn't like my Meg mo blades. They left strips in between the blades when mowing in thick conditions.
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  6. badjetman23

    badjetman23 LawnSite Member
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    sure is alot of money to spend for something that isnt any better than running doubles I still have the dandalions that haunt my lawn they never seem to cut off the stems i think they are spring steel or something
     
  7. retrodog

    retrodog LawnSite Silver Member
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    We are running them right now, so much better than the Dixie chopper x-blades I was using. Seems a lot easier on my mowers. On the 26hp lc 60" it wouldn't even turn x-blades, with the megs they kickoff fine. So far I have them on 10 mowers, and everyone loves them. $60 to replace blades is a lot better than $120 for the x-blades, I don't think they are expensive at all, the blades last waaaay longer too...
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  8. retrodog

    retrodog LawnSite Silver Member
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    We are running them right now, so much better than the Dixie chopper x-blades I was using. Seems a lot easier on my mowers. On the 26hp lc 60" it wouldn't even turn x-blades, with the megs they kickoff fine. So far I have them on 10 mowers, and everyone loves them. $60 to replace blades is a lot better than $120 for the x-blades, I don't think they are expensive at all, the blades last waaaay longer too...
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  9. MONTE

    MONTE LawnSite Senior Member
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    $60 for three? If so they came down in price. I had them on a diesel 60" Dixie and they did not work at all. I had to run it at half throttle to get them to cut.
     
  10. retrodog

    retrodog LawnSite Silver Member
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    $4.95 a blade, 4 blades on each spindle= $60 bucks for all three spindles, or 16 blades. So far no complainers, just praises for them, as soon as I hear anything I will let you guys know, but so far they are some mowing monsters especially on my 36hp vanguard 61" Outlaw....
     

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