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lawn mower blades dilema

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Gator Blades are mulching blades. The "teeth" on the trailing edge of the blade that generates the lift and suction are NOT designed to cut and mulch the clippings. They generate additional lift and dispersion of the clippings so the cutting edge can further cut the clippings, reducing them to green juice. Remember, keep the blades sharp, it reduces HP needed to cut.

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