I have little other beef with the older eXmarks other than some of the "less than prime" greenery seem to escape it.
It's inherient I believe, and something I doubt you can fully overcome.
I believe what it is... is that it sucks some things up great and cuts them off beautifully, and other things it blows over/down and completely misses cutting equally well.
A lot of air escapes out the bottom and out the front of the eXmark decks. I think some things get blown over by that air coming out the front before the blades get there, the vacuum passes by before it can pop back up, and the air escaping down holds it down until you pass over the area completely.
My Toro turboforce has that problem sometimes especially if the blades are not sharp, my dealer suggests high lift blades to help with the problem.I have an '03 lazer that just can't seem to cut fine fescue and onion grass. Just wondering if anyone else experiences this problem and if so what solutions have worked for you.
Anything is worth a try, but...What do you think about using gator blades. I am thinking about trying it tommorow! anything that might help.
Envy, what the heck is onion grass, is he talking about wild onions like I kill in wheat with Harmony Extra. If this is what he is talking about the fusion blades on the Super Z at 2 1/2" will cut the fool out of them but the biggest difference is the lower cut.Anything is worth a try, but...
That's only going to cause less lift and more air disturbance in my opinion.
Either way, let me know if I'm right or wrong about that if you try them.