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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by jmorgan71587, Jun 28, 2011.
Well not new one but new ones still look like old ones
I dont like them reason is lower suction rate
I sold a few sets to people and they never want to buy more after useing them
I just put a set on last week. I think they are g6 style. The suction is pretty unbelieveable. There is a sudden dust storm now. The grass catcher is packing really good again. The cut is very good in tall grass and excellent on my weeky cuts. I just put them on as they came. I am very happy with them.
What site did you buy the g6 gators from. Do you know if they make one for the single bladed toro 32?
Landscaperpro.com is who i used.i just got my set.update soon.
When say 15-21/32" what does that mean. how would it read for a single 32 in blade
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The hi-lift G6 blades for my Bob-Cat really are hi-lift. I tried one set of the previous hi-lift Gators and there is no comparison. The older blades aren't as wide and the larger and wider blades are a lot more beefy and offer a lot more lift. They are also harder to spin than the non-G6 blades.
They are referring to the measurement from one corner at one end to the oposite corner at the oposite end. (diagonally)
That's what I was wondering about. How much difference was there between your old blades (or the oem blades) and the G6's? Was/is it enough to slow you down in certain situations?
I have a Tiger Cub with 48" deck and haven't been able to locate a G6 blade for it. I've even looked on oregon's web site and don't see one listed. Has anybodyelse found one? All help is appreciated.