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X595 w/ 62C mower deck
|Aaron||Does any one else have this problem? After mowing apprx. 4 acres my deck has so much build up that it has actually started to wear down the side and back edges of the outer blades. My famly has ran the green machines since we bought our first two 2510s, and I dont intend to stop. I never had this problem with our 110, 212, either 318s or my 455. S'pose its do to the low profile deck? Or is this just my problem?
|TIM||The 62C has tremendous upward lift as in vacuum lift. I have my discharge chute tied back so the grass clippings can be effectively thrown. Also I would suggest not using the mulching blade. So far the best blade I have found is the Oregon 396-771.
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