Has anyone purchased the Meg Mo mower blade system for use on a Case 400 series Garden Tractor. I am thinking about buying and just wanted some forum member feedback.
Roy has been making and selling these blades for over a decade now and he's sold many thousands of them to people with many brands of tractors. Roy has been working with us to finalize the details for these blades to work on Case and Ingersoll decks. If you are under the impression that Roy is some backyard operation that builds these blade kits one at a time, then you need to guess again.Rockdog said:I'd be seriously interested but not at $180. My only other concern would be the time it would take for him to complete them all. Based on how many people are interested maybe we can help purchase the steel at a reduced rate? I now some people who may be able to help us out with that as opposed to a guy going into a steel distributor and placing a special order.
Just read that entire 11 page thread ( has pics of cut lawns and particle sizes) which spans 3 years and input from multiple posters, all but one user was very happy with the results.Hydriv said:Over on MTF, member sklpk bought a 318 Ingersoll as an old stock new machine and put Roy's blades on it. He is very happy with the results.
Same here. Can't even take them to the town dump anymore and I've got nowhere to put grass clippings. I bought the Ninja mulching blades for my Snapper LT at about 3X the cost of normal blades and am very pleased. Huge workload reduction and the lawn looks great. I have to switch back to normal high-lift blades in the fall to pick up leaves.Hydriv said:Where I live, you are no longer allowed to put them out for garbage pickup.
If there is a fair discount I would be interested for a LH 44"CASE 220/4 said:Roy is ready to make them as we speak. It shouldnt take too long before they are in your hands once they are paid for. I am waiting on an email from Roy as to weather or not he wants to do a group purchase at a discounted rate. Id like to see at least 6 orders go in to make it worth it for him though.