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jim in mo

05-30-2014 18:55:48

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I have a Sunflower rotary mower. came with a tractor I bought 35 years ago. It's a model M60-D. I'm trying to find blades for it. Old blade were 18 1/2 inches long with a 3/4 bolt hole, little to no offset. It's a 5 ft. mower. Any literature, parts numbers, or information appreciated. I know sunflower is still in business but they apparently don't make mowers any more. I called the HQ in Kansas, and they referred me to some local dealers. So for they only scratch their heads. It's probably the heaviest more deck ever made all 1/4 in checker plate steel. Thank in advance

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05-31-2014 05:32:37

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 Re: rotary mower in reply to jim in mo, 05-30-2014 18:55:48  
Just carried my old blade to big local tractor/ag house & guy walked down a wall of assorted blades until he found a match.

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05-31-2014 05:13:27

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 Re: rotary mower in reply to jim in mo, 05-30-2014 18:55:48  
I had the same problem with a Jacobsen 50 walk behind mower. I spent hours looking for a replacement blade and to no avail. I finally ordered a set slightly longer and with the correct center hole and had a small amount milled from each end by a small shop on a Bridgeport. Not very expensive and was a less time consuming job than looking through endless charts. The center hole could be enlarged if necessary. Of course I suppose you know the length is normally quoted on the diagonal of the blade and not parallel to the blade axis

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05-30-2014 20:19:07

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 Re: rotary mower in reply to jim in mo, 05-30-2014 18:55:48  
Tractor and implement dealers (not TSC or similar stores) have distributor catalogues with blade dimensions. You have a decent chance of finding a match.


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05-30-2014 19:50:47

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 Re: rotary mower in reply to jim in mo, 05-30-2014 18:55:48  
check with tractor supply they offer many blades with discriptions.

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