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Gator Blades Parts

Gator Blades

Gator Blades are one of the highest-quality, best-performing, and longest-lasting mulching blades on the market today. The high air lift of each blade pulls the grass up to be cut. Then the angled teeth redirect the clippings back toward the cutting edge over and over again. The resulting finer grass clippings increase bagging capacity and promote faster decomposition for a healthier lawn. Get superior mulching performance and a better looking lawn by choosing your gator blades below.

G3 Gator Blades:The G3 is the standard gator mulcher blade. It gives you the ability to mow faster at higher speeds than traditional mulching blades.
G5 Gator Blades:G5 blades have higher air lift and a longer cutting edge than the G3. This promotes even better mulching performance. Plus with Fusion technology, your blade stays sharp 40% longer than traditional blades.
G6 Gator Blades:G6 blades are considered the heavy-duty gator blades. The increase in thickness and width extends the life of the blade. Combine longevity, sharpness, and an extended cutting edge, you have the ultimate mulching blade.

Jack's has replacement gator blades available for many lawn mower brands including Cub Cadet, Dixie Chopper, Gravely, Husqvarna, John Deere, MTD, Simplicity, Snapper, and Toro.

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More Information about Gator Blades

When replacing a gator blade or any other lawn mower blade, remember to follow your manufacturer's installation guidelines for proper blade installment. If you install the blade upside down, it won't be able to cut the grass.

Feel free to watch our video tutorial on How to Change a Lawn Mower Blade.