I have only one customer whose lawn leaves stringers after mowing and it's an over-fertilized fescue. If your problem is clumping, it seems unlikely that excess suction is causing the problem once there's some accumulation. However, too much lift can throw clippings up onto the underside of the deck, or so most of us are inclined to think, including me.johnnyusa said:Has anyone having trouble with cut on machine I'm getting stringers, not alot enough to aggravate me. Ive tried everything . i think the deck is the problem too much suction and any fresh cut grass has water in it and it sticks. any suggestions?
How does it feel to be utterly brain dead?Fareway Lawncare said:Mo Deck is Garbage...Don't Waste Your Money.
on the 52" Tracerhp use an 18" Low Lift Blade and a 16" Low Lift Blade in a + Formation on Each Spindle....That's All the Underpowered 52" Tracerhp Can Handle...Your Stringers Will be Gone Forever.