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I built a brand new 52" mower deck for my 7790, all 3/16 steel With new woods finish mower spindles. What a beauty! Anyway, I just figured I could get any size blade I wanted. Well, not so. I have been calling all over trying to find something that would work. I need 3 17-1/4" or 18" counter-clockwise rotating blades. I don’t even care what size hole it has. I guess I could make some?

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SmilinSam
If nothing else you could get something longer and cut them down, that is if you can find a left hand discharge blade with length to it. Most of the manufacturers that cometo my mind use right hand discharge blades. Could be a challenge

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I FOUND ONE BLADE THAT MIGHT WORK FOR YOU IN THE SILVER STREAK CATALOG.SILVER STREAK IS A REPLACEMENT PARTS CATALOG THAT MOST REPAIR SHOPS SHOULD HAVE OR BE ABLE TO CROSS REFERENCE.SILVER STREAK #91-304,OEM#330723(FORD TRACTOR)--LEFT HAND CUT,17 15/16" LONG,CENTER HOLE 1/2",WIDTH 2",.155 THICK (MOST AC'S ARE .164 THICK. JUST A THOUGHT--COULD YOU USE TWO DIFFERENT SIZE BLADES? LIKE 17-20-17 OR 20-14-20 GOOD LUCK

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