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I have an LT190 with the 48" Edge cutting system (whatever that is ;-)

From the gator blades website it looks like they have two blades for my deck.

One looks almost exactly like a standard blade.

The other is more expensive, has "notches" on one edge, and is described as a 3-in-1, hi-lift, something or other.

I was planning on keeping my side discharge open. Is there any reason I should pick one of these gator blades over the other?

I was going to go for the more expensive 3-in-1 but I'm not sure if it's meant for my application...

Thanks!
 

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I have an LT190 with the 48" Edge cutting system (whatever that is ;-)

From the gator blades website it looks like they have two blades for my deck.

One looks almost exactly like a standard blade.

The other is more expensive, has "notches" on one edge, and is described as a 3-in-1, hi-lift, something or other.

I was planning on keeping my side discharge open. Is there any reason I should pick one of these gator blades over the other?

I was going to go for the more expensive 3-in-1 but I'm not sure if it's meant for my application...

Thanks!
The three in one should be the gators with the extra cutting edge..

I recommend them..Fewer/smaller clippings..:trink39:
 

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Yep, you should see a bit less wind-rowing with the 3-in-1.
They tend to reduce the clipping size thus spreading it better.
 
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