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Where to buy Lawn Mower Blades ?

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Hi Guys and Gals,

 

hope this is the right place to post this.

 

I'm in Pattaya, and need to replace the blade on my lawn mower.

 

I've been to all the obvious places, like Home Pro and Thaiwhatsado.

 

Can't find anything. Any suggestions ?

 

Many Thanks,

rudi

 

 

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EBAY has some.  Not for my electric mower and don't recognize the brands they do have.  Why do you need a new blade?  A trip to the local welding shop could probably fix/sharpen whatever the problem (maybe).

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Lazada has several kinds.

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Ahh, yeah, sorry, it's a Honda GXV 160 OHV.

 

The old blades are completely worn ... 

 

I did a search on Lazada but no blades came up. What did you use for your search ?

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Never mind Guys, now I see them on Lazada, lol.

 

Don't know why they didn't show up the first time.

 

Thanks for all the help !

rudi

 

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10 minutes ago, luudee said:

 

Ahh, yeah, sorry, it's a Honda GXV 160 OHV.

 

The old blades are completely worn ... 

 

I did a search on Lazada but no blades came up. What did you use for your search ?

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I have very similar blades. Took one to the local welder guy and had him make up 8 new ones. Now I just swap out when needed and take the used set back to him for a sharpen. Easy

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I think Rudi has been mowing rocks.  😏  I wonder how that top blade got into that position?  Do you replace the whole disk?

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8 minutes ago, bankruatsteve said:

I think Rudi has been mowing rocks.  😏  I wonder how that top blade got into that position?  Do you replace the whole disk?

 

555, yeah I wonder as well. I have a full time guy to takes care of my property, he is in charge of bending and grinding the blades ! 🙂 

 

I'm thinking to just order a 455 baht 4 blade kit of Lazada ...  I think that should do it. I had the Mower for well over 8 years now, if I remember correctly, this is the first time we are replacing the blades.  They are really worn from sharpening them I think ...

 

rudi

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BTW, is there a difference between the disk with 4 small blades and a single large straight blade ?

 

 

Thanks,

rudi

 

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Obviously you would get only 2 cuts per rotation with a single blade so the 4 blade disk seems "better" to me.  More important is how it attaches (or not) to the rotor.

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Lazada:https://s.lazada.co.th/s.ZT4yA

 

I have bought and fitted to same mower. I found that fitting 2 blades is sufficient and cuts quicker.  

 

Or if you need quickly these are more expensive but in Thailand.....might be better quality?

The first ones came in a packet with the brand Honga!

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31 minutes ago, bankruatsteve said:

I think Rudi has been mowing rocks.  😏  I wonder how that top blade got into that position?  Do you replace the whole disk?

maybe rudi's ( correction gardener) only has one leg?

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