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Do they make a qwikchute or masterchute for a 48'' exmark lazer z? If not, how can I make one from home? Do I need to take it to a professional welder?
 

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I bolted my Masterchute on a 52" wb to see if it fit. it does.

I am pretty sure all the eXmarks have interchangeable cloth bagger and the Masterchute has a slotted bolt pattern so it should fit no problem.
 

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Mine consist of a plate with a plate with a strip of steel at the bottom bent inward to redirect clippings back into the path of the blades. A hinge to swing the chute up & down.....and a rod to attach to the hinge and a mount ofcoarse to hold the rod. I made one for my Z rider...now starting on one for the walk behind & a grass catcher for a walk behind. Most likely wont finish those projects till winter due to work load.
 

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LGF......I went to that website. They don't make one for a 48'' from what I saw, so I made this post wondering if there were other ways to make/obtain one
 

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All depends on how high the grass is. IF you do not cut often enough it will windrow. Also if you do not use thick enough steel or a rubber seal around the plate it WILL blow grass on you because thin steel will move with the power of the blades & air.
 

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Originally posted by Expert Lawns
LGF......I went to that website. They don't make one for a 48'' from what I saw, so I made this post wondering if there were other ways to make/obtain one
We make one for a 48" Lazer! They're made for ALL electric start eXmark mowers.

We're the inventors of the unit, it's patent protected and we're the only place to get one.
 
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