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Hello every one from the Garden State. Looking forward to others helping me with my Early Bobcat 21" Mower. I want to install a 21" mulching blade instead of my 20 3/8 normal blade. My problem is that my blade has a 3/8 center bolt hole with two other smaller holes for centering ?? on into the crankshaft and most blades are 1/2 inch or larger dia. Do not want to jury riggings as motor runs well with no vibrations. The blade I purchase is always for a Sensation mower ?? My neighbor mows lawn for removal of fallen leaves and clippings are minuscule compared to my bags of leaves At least ratio 5-1 and all the traveling to curbside. Any help with a replacement blade would be greatly appreciated. Rich B
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It's nice you've joined. Can you post a picture or two of your original blade and the new blade you got? I'm sure you'll get some feedback.

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The blades I have and purchased many times are part #15-1076 20 3/8 long. Copperhead blade has 3 evenly separated holes 3/8" X one inch separation apart made by ROTARY. This is a blade for Sensation 21" mower Original part #. 123001 used for replacement although 5/8 inch short. I am looking for a mulching blade to replace this blade to make it easier to remove lots of leaves on property rather than blowing all over with back pack blower. The copperhead blades I get have a lift of approximatley one inch and one eight on tail of blade. Any help or ideas would greatly appreciated. THANKS Rich B
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