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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by RMCutter, May 6, 2003.
Any suggestions on how not to leave swirl marks on hills?
Can you explain more??? Are the blades leaving swirls??? Tires??
Use an Exmark!......hahaha - just kidding
Explain your swirl marks. Or better yet get us a picture if possible.
Do you have your directional blades on right? our customers like our Walker cuts better then our Z-Masters cuts
are you talking about the divats?
If it is swirls from turning I am assuming that you have a single tail wheel and it is rotating on turns. They are nice for straight shots and striping but the dual tail wheels do less damage because they counter-rotate instead of spin on turns.