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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by vipermanz, Oct 15, 2001.
Is it possible to rip out a thin grass like rye when running double blades?
If the grass hasn't rooted in good I guess you could. Doubles is creating a lot of suction under the deck, try using double gators if your not already, they would'nt suck as much.
I agree with Mr. Homer
You could also slow the rpms down in the new seedling areas, or take the doubles off temporarily until the grass gets established.
Are you running doubles on your lawnboy? I would think turning with a 21" would mess it up worse if you scuff it with a wheel.
I have run double gators on my JD 60" deck, and the suction is not overwhelming like it is with a dixie blade on the bottom and a gator on top, but the 2 gator setup does not seem to mow quite as well. Have found out that with the dixie-gator set-up the deck mows the best the pedal to the metal.
thanks for the help guys, eric, i have cement on either sides so it's not really a problem
To answer your question,
Take off the extra blade and let the roots grow a bit more.