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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by ranger520, Oct 28, 2003.
I bought a walker ghs.
ouch! that was short and to the point!
Now that you've solved your blowout problem, How are you going to be able to pay your mechanic? His bill will be going up in direct proportion to your productivity going down.
HAHAHA, not funny
Well exmark didnt seem to want to solve the problemso I did. Besides, it is fun to start a little bit of trouble on a rainy day.
Well I hope all that rain makes it fun when you try to use your walker and blower to clean the wet soggy leaves. I am just feeding your fire.
Scott, where did you buy your walker at? Not that Im going to run out and get one but the blowout defineatly makes me use more Q-tips.
Better buy a box of rubber gloves, You will not only have wet leaves in the blower but WET GRASS TOO.
Why not just get the blow out baffel?
new walker $10,000, blow out baffel $50.00
I had blowout problem on t.t.hp 17/48 until I put on curvy mulching blades and set deck at 2/34 inches.(made spacers for quarter inch intervals) tried it in dry conditions, no blowout at all,picked up every leaf. At 3" with high lifts I chased leaves all over the place. hope this helps, Rich