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post #1 of 14 Old 05-20-2019, 02:04 PM Thread Starter
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TS354XD Blade question

Parts list, for mine and several other that use the Fabricated 54" deck, call for blades 582 76 05 08. Sticker under the hood calls for 582 76 05 01 which says superseded by 582 76 05 02 on most websites. None of the websites give dimensions for any of the blades that I can find. Mine are 18-1/2 x 3-1/2 x ≈0.187 thick. Does anyone know for sure the differences? They are all close in price. Oregon, also owned by the same Co. that owns Husqvarna, does not list a replacement for any of the numbers.

Any suggestions, most sites say non-returnable.
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post #2 of 14 Old 05-22-2019, 06:27 PM
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I found these 2 vendors with Google and they don't state that you can't return them as long they are un-used and within 30 days.

Husqvarna 582760502 582 76 05-02 Fast Shipping Available

https://www.hlsproparts.com/product-p/582-76-05-02.htm

I have not purchased anything from them before but it appears they both have the original Husqvarna parts.

I hope this helps
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Thanks Herbl,
I will look closer at the terms of sale for each, Choo Choo parts also lists the 582 76 05 08 blade in stock. I am not in a bind, I just want a second set to put on while I sharpen the first set, and they are within 1 or 2 dollars of the others that I have found.

I like to do a jack it up, remove and replace and lower it back down. Once under and done.

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Hi Dave,

Yes, I recently purchased a Husqvarna TS354X and so far I'm quite impressed. I have owned and still own some of the good old garden tractors of old, I own a Wheel Horse 520H, Cub Cadet 3225, Simplicity Sunstar. These tractors are pretty fancy to today's standard garden tractor but I'm still impressed with what Husqvarna has created for $3,500. Yes, I know the short comings but I look at a garden tractor to mow and possibly tow around a cart or lawn sweeper. In live in the North East and winters are to much I believe to ask a garden tractor to plow, I use my Kawasaki Mule to do that. So I look forward to seeing what everyone comes up with this series Husqvarna. By the way, the tractors I mentioned all went for over $9,000 w/decks back in the late 90's.
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Hi Dave,

Yes, I recently purchased a Husqvarna TS354X and so far I'm quite impressed. I have owned and still own some of the good old garden tractors of old, I own a Wheel Horse 520H, Cub Cadet 3225, Simplicity Sunstar. These tractors are pretty fancy to today's standard garden tractor but I'm still impressed with what Husqvarna has created for $3,500. Yes, I know the short comings but I look at a garden tractor to mow and possibly tow around a cart or lawn sweeper. In live in the North East and winters are to much I believe to ask a garden tractor to plow, I use my Kawasaki Mule to do that. So I look forward to seeing what everyone comes up with this series Husqvarna. By the way, the tractors I mentioned all went for over $9,000 w/decks back in the late 90's.
I am so far satisfied with mine with the exception of no way to verify fuel level, my work around is 1- 1/2 hr run time or drop out on a sharp left turn, then I return to the garage to top off. After 1-1/2 hr mowing I am ready for a coffee top off for me. don't underestimate the pulling ability, with the diff locked it will pull.
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Parts list, for mine and several other that use the Fabricated 54" deck, call for blades 582 76 05 08. Sticker under the hood calls for 582 76 05 01 which says superseded by 582 76 05 02 on most websites. None of the websites give dimensions for any of the blades that I can find. Mine are 18-1/2 x 3-1/2 x ≈0.187 thick. Does anyone know for sure the differences? They are all close in price. Oregon, also owned by the same Co. that owns Husqvarna, does not list a replacement for any of the numbers.

Any suggestions, most sites say non-returnable.
Not quite sure where you got the info that Oregon is owned by the same company that owns Husqvarna? Oregon is owned by Blount, International. Husqvarna is owned by Husqvarna Group, which was spun off from Electrolux in 2006.

Found the blade sizes here:

https://www.smallengineequipmentpart...k-ipl-3-blades
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Not quite sure where you got the info that Oregon is owned by the same company that owns Husqvarna? Oregon is owned by Blount, International. Husqvarna is owned by Husqvarna Group, which was spun off from Electrolux in 2006.

Found the blade sizes here:

https://www.smallengineequipmentpart...k-ipl-3-blades
Must have mis-read/remembered or it was at some point during mergers and acquisitions. The Oregon blade listed for 54" cut is almost half the price of OEM but 3/4 narrower Thanks for the lead I may need to contact either them or Oregon.
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I don't have that problem the TS354 has a nice gas gauge and the other side is the LED lights (oil pressure/blade engagement/incline/bluetooth/park/battery). They say there will be an app for the smartphone to give more details about the tractor coming soon, I look forward to seeing what this offers, right now it doesn't have a hours meter.
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I don't have that problem the TS354 has a nice gas gauge and the other side is the LED lights (oil pressure/blade engagement/incline/bluetooth/park/battery). They say there will be an app for the smartphone to give more details about the tractor coming soon, I look forward to seeing what this offers, right now it doesn't have a hours meter.
I was aware that they had that, but last year they were advertising that it would shutdown if the incline was greater than some stated amount. I am all hills so that would have been a deal killer for me.
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I have some nice hills also, I did hear once the warning but never a shutdown and I was on an incline that I had to hold on to the side grip. Either model works nicely and look forward to seeing how they hold up.
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Did you ever get the blades mentioned above, if so did they work OK?
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I have not, I have gotten some more info, they sound interchangeable, but I think I will check if the local dealer has both the 02 and 08 so I can do a compare with one of mine. They seem to be good steel as they hold an edge quite well. I did a 25 Hr sharpening, adding anti-seize to the threads, I am going to build a jig to maintain the 30 angle better than I can by feel.
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Look forward to hearing your thoughts about the 02 vs 08 blade, I would think they should be the same but one never knows. On my Cub 3225 I could get heat treated blades and they cut go several seasons without sharpening, they were pricey but well worth it.
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Blade details on the 3 blades. I have no idea what the 165 668 designates
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