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Gator blades

Good morning, I came across Oregon gator blades on the interweb, wondered if they might improve mulching/ bagging performance on my Toro recycler. Anyone using/ used them? Regards, Martin.

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Cordless machinery set up

Hello, I'm wondering if anyone can give me advice on what cordless machinery I should look at getting for my circumstances. 

This season I have been fortunate enough to be able to go part time with my garden maintenance, just a few mornings a week. I

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24 Replies · Reply by Billybop May 11
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Honda hrd536c

Hi all, I was wondering if anyone has ran this machine in the past? It's a 4 wheel mower. I have had mine for almost 3 years. I have had the usual drive replaced at just under 2 years. And a few cables replaced and the top half of the clutch done soo

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Marks on Indian stone

We have a private client who has recently had a large Indian stone patio laid in a dark grey by another contractor, it has been sealed and not been walked on until the seal has set. It joins a lawn which is laid on a heavy clay soil which is used by

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7 Replies · Reply by Sean Clarke May 2
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Wheeled strimmer

We are considering buying a wheeled self propelled strimmer. We have a large site which is not mowable due to stones and steep inclines, currently strimmed by hand which is time consuming and physically demanding.

Would a self propelled strimmer be an

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5 Replies · Reply by Clive May 1
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