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No Lift Sand Blades???

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by GrassBustersLawn, Nov 1, 2003.

  1. GrassBustersLawn

    GrassBustersLawn LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 981

    Anyone using these? I went to Louisville EXPO and saw them in a catalog. Thought I try running them "doubled" with GATORS on the bottom. Anyone used these before? :confused:

  2. Ricky

    Ricky LawnSite Member
    Messages: 154

    I have used the same combo that you are talking about. They work great on leaves. Chops the leaves up better without discharging to fast. I don't like the looks of the grass as well but I think they work better than double Gators or even better than triple blades (dbl. Gators with the sand blade) for mulching. :)
  3. pinnacle

    pinnacle LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 791


    Do these "No lift sand blades" have no lift at all ???

    I.E completly flat.

  4. kmglacey

    kmglacey LawnSite Member
    Messages: 4

    I have never seen these blades, but would be interested in hearing where you saw them, as I work near the Gulf, and the sand here will chew up a set of blades pretty quick.
  5. TRex

    TRex LawnSite Senior Member
    from DFW ,TX
    Messages: 487

    pinnacle, Yes these blades are copletely flat and also have all 4 edges sharpened. I saw them in my dealers book when we were looking at some other blades. It clear said no lift and 4 sharpened edges in the book
  6. GrassBustersLawn

    GrassBustersLawn LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 981

    Yes - they are "flat sand blades" with NO LIFT. They are totally straight with 4 corners sharpened. Haven't used them yet as I put double gators on yesterday, which worked OK, but was getting alot of blow-out. Got my set for 48" Lazer HP from GREENLINE catalog. 1-800-356-0171 or greenlinedist.com. They are about $10.50 each plus S&H. Ad says when one side gets dull, just turn them over and go again. I like that thought!


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