Re: my allis B needs finish mower blades for my L... in reply to Gary r. voigt, 08-19-2011 22:40:57
Try ebay buy it now and stay with the brand of you mower. I bought non brand blades and they were less cost but made from thiner steel and did not hold an edge and bent real easy when hitting the slightest solid thing. The last set I bought on ebay came in a new Woods box. I saved 10 bucks over the local Woods dealer who does not stock blades and orders them for you.
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