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Old 07-29-2018, 04:02 PM
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Hey guys, I do not want a feud on my thread.
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I hear you, sorry I added to it.
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I apologize chzuck... I was only trying to help you. I did not mean for that to happen here. Tips my hat to ya.
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Not a problem. There is just too much badgering each other in today's world. Not everyone maintains their equipment the same way. Me, I probably go overboard, while someone else does just enough to get by. Important thing is that the equipment is safe for all involved.
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Not a problem. There is just too much badgering each other in today's world. Not everyone maintains their equipment the same way. Me, I probably go overboard, while someone else does just enough to get by. Important thing is that the equipment is safe for all involved.
I'm sorry, those two statements just made me laugh. Funny to me on several levels. I'm not sure I would put you in the "overboard" category for maintaining equipment. I mean, you just bought a set of blades that don't fit your deck and modified them to, even though you can get ones brand new that do fit. Although, "overboard" may be the right word.
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I'm sorry, those two statements just made me laugh. Funny to me on several levels. I'm not sure I would put you in the "overboard" category for maintaining equipment. I mean, you just bought a set of blades that don't fit your deck and modified them to, even though you can get ones brand new that do fit. Although, "overboard" may be the right word.
OK, I am done here! I bought these hi lift blades because they are NOT available OEM. I will message IHinIN with my results.
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Well. If they are symmetrical after your sharpening is done.I suppose you could weigh each one on a scale and get them to match in weight. Was your question rhetorical or sarcastic? Not sure if you were serious. I think you could have figured this out on your own based on very intelligent posts I have seen you write.
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The mower they came off of is probably hefty and minor imbalance would not be noticeable.
I guess some people don't mind their mowers vibrating. When stuff vibrates things also tend to come loose and crack. I always check my blades for balance.
Yes I was being sarcastic. I didn't mean to cause consternation or derail the thread. Apologies to all!
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