I havnt done but seen a few kits around. Of the 2 choices i would take Honda i think.
The Meg Mo would be good in the long run due to the blade replacement cost i think, it reminds me of the cross blade system a lot of Yanks use in the wet but the meg mo looks to be a lot lighter and less power drain and wear on the spindles.
nope, l've got a pretty full on workshop here - drill press was set at 300 rpm, new sutton hss drill, vice off my old milling machine etc.... just ordered some cobalt bits, love a challenge in the shed
Certainty not a stupid idea , you could even put a double blade system together with a straight blade on the bottom and a lift blade on top of the carrier that way if knocked the lift blade wont catch on the carrier bar and with two blades a good mulching affect could be had .
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