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when you guys talk about using double blades-
are you saying that there is two blades put on one spindle?
what about if you hit someting and one blade is pushed upon the other? (stacked together)
do you get a better cut with two?
i could use a better cut especially in this high bahia.
am using an exmark xs 60" side discharge.

thanks for any input
gump
 

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gumper48 said:
when you guys talk about using double blades-
are you saying that there is two blades put on one spindle?
what about if you hit someting and one blade is pushed upon the other? (stacked together)
do you get a better cut with two?
i could use a better cut especially in this high bahia.
am using an exmark xs 60" side discharge.

thanks for any input
gump
Eventually you will hit something and stack the blades. Ones that happens the bolt holding the blades on practically welds it self into place. I needed a breaker bar the size of a telephone pole and snapped a wrench getting my stacked blades off. I also bent the spindle.
 

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I spoke to my dealer about this as lawnsite was the first place I'd ever heard of it and he said he wouldn't recommend it (due to spindle stress).
After all, if the mfg thought it was such a great idea, why don't they make them like that from the factory?
 
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