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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by John Gamba, Nov 20, 2007.
Can someone post a pic of the bottom of the triton blade?? off the mower please.
Here ya go
I needed an excuse to use me new camera
??what are you up to anyways??
Thanks Gil Happy thanksgiving I'm looking into something, i'll let you know.
Holly Crap man....do you use them like that?
To cut grass?
What's wrong with them? Looks like a little surface rust, but that'll come off with a few minutes of use.
Ummm....I'm not talking about the surface rust.
How about the wavily sharpened edge, the too steep of an angle that it's sharpened, and last but not least, the curved tips!
You should look into a RBG 121 blade grinder from landscapepro. a straight blade cuts better.
Happy Thanksgiving John
TLS, HELL no I don't use those blades any more, note the rust and the fact there out side, All of my good and in service blades ether in my trailer or in my shop Thinking they might make for a good paper weight for I have allot of them.
I just got a RGB 120 from a friend of mine. old but works great.
Ya Bahia plays toucher to this sets of blades (round end) and when I didn't have RGB all I used was a 4" angle grinder, resign for the not so straight leading edge.
This is how I keep mine.