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Mower Blade Grinder

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Salcido Lawn, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. Salcido Lawn

    Salcido Lawn LawnSite Member
    Posts: 168

    Do any of y'all use the Oregon blade grinder or Magna Matic blade grinder (or any blade grinder that is made specifically for sharpening lawn mower blades)? I have been using a traditional bench grinder or an angle grinder, to sharpen my blades. Are the Lawn Mower Grinders worth $600-$1000? :help:
  2. tebletlawns

    tebletlawns LawnSite Member
    from KCMO
    Posts: 142

    I was using a bench grinder then i finally broke down and spent $500 on an oregon blade grinder. Worth every penny in saved time and even blades. No question.
  3. Snyder's Lawn Inc

    Snyder's Lawn Inc LawnSite Platinum Member
    Posts: 4,541

    I have the1.5 hp Oregon Bought new last yr in march I love it sharpen 15 blades daily Check it today see what wear I had was about 1/2 I have the hardest stone So 1/2 in for a summer I think wearing is good
    I forgot what I paid for Thinking was 600 could be wrong
  4. LandscaperPro

    LandscaperPro Sponsor
    Posts: 461

    RBG brand is the leading brand of blade grinders out on the market today.
    I thought I'd give ya a link if you want to check out our selection.


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    ALEX'S LANDSCAPING LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 680

    I do not use it but the magna matic has amazing reviews here on LawnSite.
    Posted via Mobile Device
  6. Snyder's Lawn Inc

    Snyder's Lawn Inc LawnSite Platinum Member
    Posts: 4,541

    Those looks just like my Oregon Does your company make them for Oregon
  7. LandscaperPro

    LandscaperPro Sponsor
    Posts: 461

    No. Actually RBG (Rotary Blade Grinders) not associated with Rotary Corp., are made in Indianapolis, IN.

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