Re: Gator Blades vs OEM Blades
Well up here in Cow Hampshire during the wet season the grass grow high and wet.
The Gators of course clump (albeit less) like the stock blades.
It's after it all dries out most of the time it all just disappears in one pass, where the stock ones wind row for a couple of passes.
I'm sticking with the Gators up here.
And Mike the finer you chop the grass the sooner it turns back to fertilizer.
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