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    2025r 62d mower deck blades

    Ok just got this tractor and deck couple weeks ago. With 57 hours on total package. Now i have time today to go through the mower deck and clean it up. Got the deck underside cleaned and painted. I think the previous owner is somone who wears pajamas and slippers to wal-mart. Talk about lazy. I would bet he never took this deck off or cleaned it.
    Any way, look at these blades. Im guessing im in the market for a new set. What would make the non sharpened side rounded like that? Also, when i buy new ones should i get regualr or gator style blades, thanks guys!


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    H130 loader 61" HD bucket
    62 D on ramp mower deck
    6ft rear blade
    Land pride tiller rta1034
    One bottom plow
    Kens weld on hooks
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    He must have had very sandy soil. I'd go for the high lift blades. They'll move more grass out and you won't get as much sludge accumulation under the deck.
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    IMO, Depending on your mowing circumstances, area, grass type and how often you mow may dictate which blades to get. Ask you dealer which blades are more popular for your area.
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    The factory blades on my 62D did the exact same thing. After running Deere mowers all my life I had never seen this.

    All I can attribute it to is the blades rubbing against build up under the deck. I don't have sandy soil and never any scalping. Even with regularly cleaning the deck through the season the wings on the blades were worn down flat.

    Went with Gator blades and haven't even had to sharpen them after 1.5 seasons now - fixed!
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    I use gator blades. They stay sharper longer and do a better job mulching and moving material. As far as I know, JD only offers one style blade for this deck, and in my opinion, it's a poor match for a deck used on a CUT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KBE View Post
    I use gator blades. They stay sharper longer and do a better job mulching and moving material. As far as I know, JD only offers one style blade for this deck, and in my opinion, it's a poor match for a deck used on a CUT.

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    Here's the link to the "High Lift" blades for 62C & 62D decks: John Deere Mower Blades Kit M145719 - Set of 3 Blades

    More on the subject here: http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...-62-d-mmw.html
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    I like Gator Blades for the same reasons as above. They keep the underside of the deck cleaner and hold the sharp edge longer.
    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    I like Gator Blades for the same reasons as above. They keep the underside of the deck cleaner and hold the sharp edge longer.
    Might have to try 'em next time around.
    John Deere 3320
    eHydro, R4's, 300CX Loader, 61" HD Bucket
    JD Tooth Bar, Deluxe Hood Guard, Ken's Bolt-on Hooks
    485 Backhoe w. 18" HD Bucket
    Mid-PTO, Front 3 Point Hitch, 366 Front Blade
    Tarter 5' 3PH Tiller
    Frontier AP12F Forks

    John Deere 2032R
    R3's, 220R Loader, 57" HD Bucket
    Curtis Hard Side Cab & Heater
    62D Deck, iMatch Quick Hitch
    54 Snowblower
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    wow thanks for all the replies guys and the help moving the post. So ill go with the high lift or gator style. Here are two types on ebay of jd brand and are supposed to be harder which should help with all the dang pine cones in the back of my yard. what do you think about these?
    Set of 3 Heavy Duty John Deere Mower Blades M143504 62C Decks | eBay

    Set of 3 John Deere 62" Mower Mulching Predator Blades M143504 M145719 | eBay
    John Deere 2025R
    H130 loader 61" HD bucket
    62 D on ramp mower deck
    6ft rear blade
    Land pride tiller rta1034
    One bottom plow
    Kens weld on hooks
    Bucket tooth bar
    Titan 36" forks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superglidesport View Post
    Might have to try 'em next time around.
    It took a long time to get me away from JD blades, but I now have them on both mowers and really like them. I do think they take more power, but each tractor has power to spare.
    Don

    2320, 54D MMM, 200CX FEL, 54 Front Blade with Artillian Extensions, Omni Transformer Hitch
    445, 54 mower and 54 front blade
    80 dump cart, 21 walk behind mower

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