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The bottom blade will always be lower, there is no special blade for doubles. Unless you run Meg Mo blades then all four blades cut the grass at the same height. www.meg-mo.com
 

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Here is what the Meg-Mo blades look like. They are on a JD 7Iron deck.

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Originally posted by DLCS
The bottom blade will always be lower, there is no special blade for doubles. Unless you run Meg Mo blades then all four blades cut the grass at the same height. www.meg-mo.com
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Errrrrrr...... not really. Hustler, Bobcat and a few others run standard bentblades that have 5/8" or so drop. If you then install a straight Gator blade "under" the stock blade, the gator will "still' be "above" the stock blade, so you don't have to change deck height. naturally you can space the Gator lower to cut in the same plane as the stock blade.
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DLCS, how the heck do you sharpen those things?

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Originally posted by paponte
DLCS, how the heck do you sharpen those things?

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Raise the mower up and fold back the blade and sharpen with a air sander or remove the whole unit and sharpen them in the vise. The one thing I don't do is unbolt the blade from the disk. I'm now going at least 3 times as long on my sharpenings from using the stock JD blades.
 

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Originally posted by subdube
DLCS, do you like the Meg-Mo's.
Yes, I do. I've been using them for just over a month now and I don't have any problems with them thus far. The best thing is I don't have to sharpen them as much and they don't nick.
 

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Think I'll just stick with my doubles. :cool:
 
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