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2005 - Volume #29, Issue #2, Page #41
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Changes To Rotary Mower Blade Products

We've made some big changes to our rotary mower blade products that you featured in a past issue of FARM SHOW. High insurance premiums have forced us to stop making our rotary blade replaceable inserts and instead make one-piece replacement blades. What hasn't changed is the high quality, hardened, armor-quality steel that we use. The price of steel has risen, due to the Iraq war and the increased need for armor plated vehicles there.
All blades are made to order and are available in normal, medium, high lift or mulching styles. They are field proven to last up to three times longer than conventional blades and hold their edge twice as long between sharpening. (Lee Duncan, Cutmore Blade Company, 4310 E. Back Rd., Lewistown, Ill. 61542 (ph 800 841-7002; website: www.cutmoreblade.com).
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2005 - Volume #29, Issue #2