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Name Paul Gruber
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Re: little fun snow game
#1   Oct 29, 2005 2:24 pm
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Re: John Deere--L 100 Mower
#2   Jul 20, 2005 3:02 am
The Cub Cadet 1000 series has grease fittings and 4 deck wheels.
Re: Snapper RER question
#3   Jun 29, 2005 10:11 am
Paula wrote:
  Also, by adding the deck plug, he may have to deal with getting down and digging out grass from underneath the deck if there is any dampness to the grass....even just dew.  This way, the clippings still shoot out but fine like mulch.  The best of all worlds, IMO. 

Paula



This is a great point Paula....I should of thought of this. Thanks for doing so for me.
Re: Snapper RER question
#4   Jun 28, 2005 11:46 pm
Re: Snapper RER question
#5   Jun 28, 2005 11:43 pm
Why would gator blades be punched for the wings? The picture of the gator blade shows the blade with the upturned "claws". Or is this a generic picture?

Paula, I don't have the model number off hand as the mower was a gift for my dad.I do know it is a series 6 with a 8hp B&S. He has a small yard and has always pushed. His health requires my son to push mow or for him to ride. I did get the owners manual(s). Mower and engine. I can stop by dads place  and look for the model number. The thing has killer vacuum. It's just dad is not to steady on his feet and dumping the bagger would be a bit difficult for him. He has always mulched in the past. I was hoping I could keep this simple for him. 

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