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Toro Recycler Blade Question

Posted by pretzel_logic Z5 Chicago (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 6, 10 at 19:15

I bought a 20331 Recycler last summer and love the mower, starts with one pull, the self propel is awesome... I'm wondering if there is a better blade I can use on this. I don't have a problem with grass clippings for the most part but usually end up with a short line of clippings going through some taller sections in the yard. Leaves are another story, they always leave a thick line, even when going though just a few leaves. I usually don't bag unless I want clippings for the garden, or when mowing over lots of leaves.

Brian


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RE: Toro Recycler Blade Question

i have the 20332 and get a lot of clippings come up around the front right wheel....

you may be cutting too low, or letting it grow too high between cuts

you may also have a dull blade


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RE: Toro Recycler Blade Question

All my Toro recyclers do this. Its caused from the mulching action and the only way to stop it is to raise the deck height and mow more often..


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RE: Toro Recycler Blade Question

If the mower is leaving a trail of clippings on one side of the mower mow in a circle or rectangle shape and keep the side that leaves the trails of clippings on the inside. If you mow back and forth the side that leaves the clippings will be an issue on every other pass


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