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I have one of those rare front mounted brush cutters for my '66 Landlord. It was well used before I got it and the blades are really worn out. I mean, the previous owner sharpened them enough that they're shaped like knives (ends shaped like sharp triangles). I can't source an exact replacement but wondered if there was something close as a replacement out there. Thanks, Jason

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hey jason from what ive read and search as well. the weed cutter was recalled by simplicity not long after it was released so there are no replacement parts available for it.i dont know if you have a true value around you but the one near me has a wall of blades maybe you could find some that way . my only concern is that mower blades are heavy enough for the weed cutter because of the way it works . good luck Rob

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