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Stroby

07-07-2017 10:53:43




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Any idea where one can get a brush cutting blade for a Bachtold, Whipper model? It measures 3"x 1/4" x 24" with a 1 3/8" hole?




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Stroby

07-08-2017 05:42:56




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 Re: bachtold mower blade in reply to Stroby, 07-07-2017 10:53:43  
Thanks for the input everyone. These things are like trying to find hens teeth.



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Mule Meat

07-07-2017 20:22:02




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 Re: bachtold mower blade in reply to Stroby, 07-07-2017 10:53:43  
Check with DR (field & Brush mower). Some of their blades are interchangeable.



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jeffcat

07-07-2017 14:53:12




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 Re: bachtold mower blade in reply to Stroby, 07-07-2017 10:53:43  
You are going to need to find a good lawnmower supply store. They are not around every corner so a good mower repair shop would be your second choice. They should be able to match up something. There are hundreds of blades. No kidding. Take the blade with you. I have modified several blades on my mowers time to time. The blades for a 42 inch deck and cut them down for a 38 inch deck. Make the cuts dead square and use one of those little wobble balancers to check after you cut. All four spare blades came out perfect!

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fbh44

07-08-2017 02:00:28




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 Re: bachtold mower blade in reply to jeffcat, 07-07-2017 14:53:12  
Boy is that true, there are literally hundreds of different blades. I go to local Coast-to-Coast store here in Missouri, and they have a rack 6' tall and probably 30' long, with blades hung all over, literally hundreds. If someone told me to design a new different blade, I could not do it. Me, I'd just go try to match up with one of those existing blades.



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