Source(s) for Replacement C-2 Danco Mower Blades

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Source(s) for Replacement C-2 Danco Mower Blades

Postby Ironlegs » Fri Nov 16, 2012 3:40 pm

For those of you who like a challenge...is there a source for replacement/new Danco C-2 mower blades? My search of about two weeks via the internet has turned-up no sources. Please share your thoughts and tips with me about replacement C-2 blades.
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Re: Source(s) for Replacement C-2 Danco Mower Blades

Postby jim turner » Fri Nov 16, 2012 3:41 pm

about two years ago I( bought a set from Case IH
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Re: Source(s) for Replacement C-2 Danco Mower Blades

Postby Buzzard Wing » Fri Nov 16, 2012 7:32 pm

Get the real thing.... They are now $36 ea from a dealer (C&G, site sponsor) and a very high quality blade. Made in USA! My old ones on the FH mower were pretty well used and I did try to 'balance' (the old bungee cord from on a nail trick) but new ones are much better. I priced some blades at TSC (none looked even close) and that's about the going price for any bush hog type blade.

They are pretty stout, I have pruned granite :roll: with one. Use a flail now mostly on the rock farm. Also, they are reversible, so if not in bad shape (and are the same weight) you can flip them over.
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It may be easier to drop the spindle to change them, especially if it's been a long time. Just be careful of the pins and springs on the over-running clutch when you take the top sheave off. Will give you a chance to give everything a good look too. Put grease in the holes in the sheave when you put it back together, will help keep the pins/springs in place.
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It's an odd bolt, 7/8" carriage with a castle nut and cotter and there is a bushing in the hole in the blade.

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