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Promoted 06-05-2016 by Corwin at 02:35 PM View Original Post
Sears.com has select Craftsman Lawn Mower Blades on sale from $9.99. Pickup in-store where stock permits. Thanks POLAYER1 and seansich

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Be sure to check your mower manual and/or part numbers to verify proper fitment. -Corwin

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Edited June 5, 2016 at 08:32 AM by TattyBear
Sears has a few Craftsman mower blades on sale. The blade I need is still near full price, but I hope this helps someone.

Craftsman 21 In. Mower Blade $9.99
http://m.sears.com/craftsman-21-i...133524000P
non-mobile
http://sears.com/craftsman-21-in-...133524000P

Craftsman 21" Precision Cut Lawn Mower Blade $9.99
http://m.sears.com/craftsman-21in...133521000P
non-mobile
http://sears.com/craftsman-21inch...133521000P

Craftsman 22" Lawn Mower Mulch Blade
$9.99
http://m.sears.com/craftsman-22in...133256000P
non-mobile
http://sears.com/craftsman-22inch...133256000P

Craftsman 21" Advanced Mulching and Bagging Blade $14.99
http://m.sears.com/craftsman-21in...133058000P
non-mobile
http://sears.com/craftsman-21inch...133058000P

Craftsman 46 in. Hi-Lift Tractor Blade $11.99
http://m.sears.com/craftsman-46-i...133285000P
non-mobile
http://sears.com/craftsman-46-in-...133285000P
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Last Edited by think22 June 6, 2016 at 07:22 AM
THESE ARE NOT THE STAR PATTERN AND WILL NOT FIT MOST NEWER MOWERS

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I ordered the 22" Lawn Mower Mulch Blade and found the Sears is giving 3,000 ($3) in SYWR points to use on the next purchase (available after 24 hrs., expire in 30 Days).


Lawn Mower Mulch Blade [sears.com]

Also Available on the 21" Advanced Mulching and Bagging Blade

21" Advanced Mulching and Bagging Blade

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If you have a lot of grass (>0.3 acre) I would recommend sharpening every year or two (try to avoid hitting any obstacles, sticks, rocks, et cetera as those will deteriorate a cutting edge very quickly). Even grass will dull blades over time (especially if you mow when the grass is wet) and a sharp blade makes for a better cut as well as putting less stress on the engine and transmission parts.

It's an operation that's relatively easy to perform if you have the tools to complete the job. The most difficult part is removing the blades from a riding mower (though a air ratchet/impact wrench along with a set of wheel ramps, floor jack/stands, or even a winch from a garage ceiling can make this operation much simpler), though push mowers are simpler due to being able to easily access the blade.


I have found that a angle grinder is the best method, but you could certainly get away with a bench grinder or even a course bastard file if you didn't have one available. Just make sure to properly balance the blade after sharpening. The best way to do so is the chuck a long bolt or smooth rod in a machine vice and place the center point of the blade on this pivot. Keep removing metal from the heavy side until it balances properly. A metal clothes hanger, other wire, or smooth cable hung from the ceiling can also make for a serviceable pivot point if you don't happen to have a machinist vice (which is a worthwhile investment BTW).

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Non mobile links

Craftsman 21 In. Mower Blade
$9.99
http://sears.com/craftsman-21-in-...133524000P

Craftsman 21" Precision Cut Lawn Mower Blade $9.99
http://sears.com/craftsman-21inch...133521000P

Craftsman 22" Lawn Mower Mulch Blade
$9.99
http://m.sears.com/craftsman-22inch-lawn-mower-mulch-blade/p-07133256000P [sears.com]

Craftsman 21" Advanced Mulching and Bagging Blade
$14.99
http://sears.com/craftsman-21inch...133058000P

Craftsman 46 in. Hi-Lift Tractor Blade
$11.99
http://sears.com/craftsman-46-in-...133285000P
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Anyone used the advanced mulching blade? Seems to have mixed reviews.
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anyone know if this will work with husq riding mowers?
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order cancelled on the 22" lol
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How often do you guys sharpen your blades? Are the blades always supposed to be super sharp?
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I have an electric and j wonder if my blades are dull vs just frankly being underpowered. Has anyone tried getting a knife sharpener like out of the kitchen to sharpen your blades?
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Nice deal, but the newer mowers tend to have the star center. These do not.
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Quote from dealhustlr View Post :
Nice deal, but the newer mowers tend to have the star center. These do not.
Nice catch so I can't use one anyways. thx




Sears website is one of the most bizarre sites I have ever used crazy lol
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Quote from krzytwnse View Post :
I have an electric and j wonder if my blades are dull vs just frankly being underpowered. Has anyone tried getting a knife sharpener like out of the kitchen to sharpen your blades?
I sharpen with a grinder... hhmmm, once every 5 years. lol
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Quote from krzytwnse View Post :
I have an electric and j wonder if my blades are dull vs just frankly being underpowered. Has anyone tried getting a knife sharpener like out of the kitchen to sharpen your blades?
Use a file. Its not that hard.

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How often do you guys sharpen your blades? Are the blades always supposed to be super sharp?
If you don't have a lot of roots and rocks, you probably can get away buy sharpening every 5-10 years.


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If you don't have a lot of roots and rocks, you probably can get away buy sharpening every 5-10 years.


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lol I'm trying to remember a set of blades that lasted 5 yrs...
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