Oregon Gator Mulcher 3-N-1 Lawn Mower Blade For Toro 22-Inch Recycler 94-907 96-607, reviews, comments

Oregon Gator Mulcher 3-N-1 Lawn Mower Blade For Toro 22-Inch Recycler 94-907 96-607

Product description

Replacement mower blades by Oregon. These blades are made to exact OEM specification for optimum performance. Each blade is thru-hardened to a Rockwell C-scale hardness of 50 for optimum safety and durability, then individually straightened for a precision cut. All Oregon mower blades are made in the U.S.A.Gator Mulcher Lawn Mower Blade For Toro # 94-907, 108-9764Replaces OEM # Toro # 94-907, 108-9764For Cut Size : 22"Blade Length : 21 23/32"Blade Width : 2.25Blade Thickness : 0.149Blade Center Hole : 29/34"Blade Outer Holes : 0 Outer Holes CTR to Ctr : 0Blade Type : Gator Mulcher

From the Manufacturer

Oregon is a world leader in mower blade manufacturing. Our patented Gator Mulcher 3-N-1 blades redirect the airflow allowing the grass clippings to be cut into small pieces. They will allow mowers not equipped with a mulching blade to reduce the volume of blade clippings and will reduce your fall leaf cleanup time. Unlike most mulching blades, they will allow you to bag your clipping and leaves, but because the pieces you will stop less often. Blades are made to a 26 point quality checklist that insures our blades meet exacting standards and give you a great looking lawn. We offer blades to fit many brands of walk behind and riding mowers.


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Clean the bottom of your mower first! When I was changing out the blade, I used the old blade to scrape out the grass that had built up inside the mower housing, and didn't realize how much it had built up. Even looking under the housing, it didn't look too bad since it was so symmetrical, but the entire underside of the mower was coated in 3 inches of grass clippings which I think really lead to my progressive disappointment with my mower since there wasn't the room for the grass to be properly mulched. I pulled like 10 pounds of grass clipping out of the mower. So, before buying this blade, try getting a spade or other metal object to really scrape the underside of your mower. This mower blade cuts just like when my 3 year old Toro Recycler was new. It mulches very well, but my hands get a little more numb after mowing for an hour than they did with the old blade.

I've have a Toro 20332 Personal Pace mulcher mower that I bought a couple years ago. I hated this mower. I cut my grass quite often but in the spring or when we get a lot of rain in the summer or fall, the grass gets very lush with a lot of moisture in it. When I used this Toro mower, the grass would just accumlate in the top of the mower housing and would just run slower and slower until it stopped and then it would dump a big round pile of grass on the ground where the mower died. I would end up with these big round piles of grass all around my yard and they had to be cleaned up because they were so thick. I wouldn't even use the Toro unless we hadn't had much rain and the grass was very dry. It would work okay in those condisitons. I've had this problem since the mower was brand new. When the grass was lush, I wouldn't even use the Toro anymore. I would get out my 12 year old Yard Man mulching mower where the rubber had come off all the wheels and the wheels were very wobbly. At least it would cut the grass without the problem of the grass accumlating in the housing and leaving big pils of grass clippings around the yard. I thought the problem was with the design of the mower housing and I was so fed up with the Toro that I was thinking about just giving it to anybody that would take it. I was using the Toro a few weeks ago because we had been in drought conditions and the grass was so dry that the Toro would work okay in that situation. I hit something with the mower and it bent my blade. I though I would try replacing it with the Oregon blade after reading the reviews. Then we got about 4 inces of rain from the remnints of Hurricane Isaac and the grass was very thick and lush again. I would never have even thought of bringing the Toro out to cut that kind of grass but decided to put the new Oregon blade on and give it a try. It completely eliminated my problem of the grass accumlating in the top of the housing. I never thought that the blade could be what was causing my problem. If your're having a problem with your Toro like I was having, you have to get this blade. You just have to and it was 4.00 cheaper than the Toro OEM blade on Amazon. I would think that Toro would test these mowers on all types of grass before selling them. Its a shame they sell this mower with such an inferior blade. Its like having a brand new lawn mower. Thanks Oregon and shame on you Toro.

Note: The Toro would work fine if we hadn't had m

Does a better job than the original Toro blade for mulching. Easily installed. No vibrations. Arrived with paint over the blade edge and the edge was not very sharp. I did take a file to it to give it a nice sharp edge. The grass clippings are chopped up finer and they are dispersed more evenly throughout the mower deck. Unfortunately I recently hit the metal frame of my hammock with the mower and messed up the blade. It is vibrating a lot now, but that was my fault. Ordering another one hoping the vibration is a bent blade and not a bent shaft!

I could not find a gator mulching blade specifically for my John Deere JS36 self propelled push mower. Although designed to fit other mowers like Toro, the dimensions of this fit my JD well (with only very slight tweaking). Unlike the picture in the ad, mine came with the 2 extra holes (3 holes total) which were unneeded for my application, but that doesn't matter. It works great like all Oregon Gator Mulcher blades. Excellent quality as always, best possible 3-N-1 upgrade over stock blades. I finely sharpen the edges (not needed, only because I'm obsessive), usually mulch and the lawn great, looks as if I bagged.

This is our second one of these, by choice. Have taken to just replacing the blade at the end of each season as opposed to sharpening the old one. This one does a great job on our standard, fescue lawn. I even used it to aggressively mow down a bunch of tall thicket to make a path through a field at my son's request (he and his friends like to play in the forest on the other side). I made sure that was my last "cut" of the year before replacing the blade, anticipating it would surely be dull by the end of that. It wasn't.

Sharpening an old blade doesn't make sense to me. Despite having my own grinder and a blade balancing kit I purchased years ago at the hardware store, it's not worth the hassle and time investment when a new, high-quality blade such as this one is so economical. To be environmentally sensitive, we do recycle the old blade along with light bulbs, etc.

I own a Toro 20333 push mower that was giving me less than stellar mulching performance. In mulching mode, my lawn would be lined with so many grass clippings that I would have to use a rake or blower to spread them out. Eventually, I started bagging the grass for 2 reasons: 1.) we have small dogs, so the clippings would get all over them when they were in the yard, and 2.) the yard just looked so sloppy after using mulch mode. I also noticed that the mower would leave clumps of grass clippings at the end of a pass--a circular pile of clumps in the shape of the mower deck wherever I stopped to turn the mower.

I noticed that this Oregon Gator Mulcher Blade got mostly positive reviews, so I decided to give it a try. Knowing that mulching the grass is so much better for the lawn, I was hoping that an aftermarket blade would give me improved results. I don't write reviews unless I'm highly satisfied, or sorely disappointed. In this case, I can say that this blade is the magic bullet for the Toro 20333 (or similar model) for mulching grass. I expected a slight improvement, but this blade gave me ABSOLUTELY STELLAR results. So much so, that it looks like the grass clippings have been bagged! Wow! Rarely do I come across such an effective tool! Some reviewers have stated that they needed to sharpen the blade before using it, but I did not find this to be the case. I just installed the new blade, fired up the mower, got great results, and was extremely impressed. I hope they never stop making this blade, because as long as I am alive, and as long as I have to cut grass, it's going to be with the Oregon Gator Mulcher blade. Period.

Looks good - haven't put it on yet, waiting on some answers. Mine came shrink wrapped with 3 holes from Mowtownusa, not as advertised, not sure if I received the "Atomic" blade instead. Good and heavy. UPDATE: No it's not the Atomic blade. Received blade with 3 holes, shrink wrapped, label states replaces the Gator G3, Vender was not Mowtownusa. Looks similar to the Atomic blade which is the Toro (OEM (which came from Wise Equip) only that the fins are not as high as the Gator blade and has more beef Looks to me the Gator blade is better, I'll know when I use it.

First, this blade was a perfect fit for my mower.

It may be because my old blade had about 5 years of use & I've forgotten what it was like when it was new, but what a difference! I place leaves over my garden area in the winter & typically turn them in in the spring. It's a lot of work.

This year after replacing my blade with this one I mowed over the leaves with this blade. It turned them to a fine powdery mulch over the top of my garden! I'm amazed at what a great job this blade did. I don't think my mower ever did this great a job. Kudos to Oregon Gator for a great design.

I would highly recommend this blade to anyone with a similar mower.

Used this to replace the Atomic blade that originally came with my 10-plus year old Toro. While the difference may not be night and day, it's at least dawn and twilight. Keeps me from having to make double passes to clean up the hedgerows of cut grass left behind. Saves me time, effort and cursing. Not real sure about the vinyl-like covering that coats the blade, however. But since the cutting area needs to be sharpened upon arrival I went ahead and filed that part of it off. No ill effects so far but a word or two of instruction would have been nice.

DNK
If you are like me, your lucky to get the time to mow your grass more than once a week. Also if you are like me and have a toro recycler the mulching feature is pretty much useless when trying to mow a weeks worth of growth. All it does is leave clippings mats all over your yard. I was at my wits end with bagging clippings or worse mowing twice in day at different heights just to prevent clipping mats. I was contemplating buying a new mower just because of this. The problem is I really love this mower, the personal pace self propulsion, the easy start and the ability to switch from bag to mulch on the fly. Looking around the net I saw this blade recommended to fix the mulching problem. So I decided to drop the couple of bucks in the hopes it would save me from having to buy a new mower. Well I can say it did. This thing turned my toro in a mean red mulching machine. The only difference I can see between the OEM blade and this one is that the Gator has three "lifing" elements verse the two on the OEM blade. Bottom line is I don't know why it works so well, but I don't care. It works, best money I have spend in a long time.

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Product descriptionReplacement mower blades by Oregon. These blades are made to exact OEM specification for optimum performance. Each blade is thru-hardened to a Rockwell C-scale hardness of 50 for optimum safety and durability, then individually straightened for a precision cut. All Oregon mower
Product descriptionReplacement mower blades by Oregon. These blades are made to exact OEM specification for optimum performance. Each blade is thru-hardened to a Rockwell C-scale hardness of 50 for optimum safety and durability, then individually straightened for a precision cut. All Oregon mower
Product descriptionReplacement mower blades by Oregon. These blades are made to exact OEM specification for optimum performance. Each blade is thru-hardened to a Rockwell C-scale hardness of 50 for optimum safety and durability, then individually straightened for a precision cut. All Oregon mower
Product descriptionReplacement mower blades by Oregon. These blades are made to exact OEM specification for optimum performance. Each blade is thru-hardened to a Rockwell C-scale hardness of 50 for optimum safety and durability, then individually straightened for a precision cut. All Oregon mower
Product descriptionReplacement mower blades by Oregon. These blades are made to exact OEM specification for optimum performance. Each blade is thru-hardened to a Rockwell C-scale hardness of 50 for optimum safety and durability, then individually straightened for a precision cut. All Oregon mower
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