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Brettw
Cut mine on Thursday. Didn't want to take the tiller off yet, but Barb's Grandmother turned 95 and we were hosting the party. Lawn was looking shabby and definitely in need of being cut, so off with the tiller and on with the deck and vac.

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Originally posted by Brettw
Lawn was looking shabby and definitely in need of being cut.
Was going to wait a week, but 'cowlicks' convinced me otherwise.;)
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Talntedmrgreen
Ray, once you start, you can't quit till it dries up or dies 8) I'm holding out here...it's grean, and has patches off tall stuff, but I just don't wanna yet ;)

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GrincheyOne
My 4212LTG "Field Queen" decided to throw the deck belt on the last cut of the season. If anyone has fooled around with that bolt placement on the vertical drive belt stops, you are bound to spout more than a few expletives. I guess I'll have to put a halt on my 2110 project, clean up the 36" deck, and install the new belt. My daughter would like me to get it off of the top of the microwave! HAPPY STRIPPING Wayne

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