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Scag solutions!

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by JLC, Jun 5, 2001.

  1. JLC

    JLC LawnSite Senior Member
    from IA
    Posts: 467

    Well after trying everything to get a decent cut out of my Turf Tiger I have some interesting information. What cuts the best under our current conditions, lots of rain/wet? Not high lifts, not gators, not doubles of any combination, what is it? The standard lift blades that came on the mower. They are right now giving me an awesome cut at any speed (please don't turn this thread into an argument). I'm cutting weekly give or take a day, sticking to the 1/3 rule. Remember last week when I was ready to trade mowers? Maybe I'll hold on to this one a little while longer. I'm sure this won't work all season, but it's given me a little confidence back for now. Nothing worse than not being able to cut good. Now, if I could just get a digital camera, I've got some awesome lawns for the Stripes 2001 thread.

  2. edward hedrick

    edward hedrick LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 871

    i HAVE A Scag sthm with standard deck. This year I found the HusQ
    baffle kit fit. also put on a turbo baffle from scag. Works great!
    Do you have a standard or an Advantage. The baffle kit $50 at Husq
    dealer its an extra on the new Husq rider. When wet I mow at half
    engine speed also clean the deck each stop.

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