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Lowes Kobalt 20 and 21-in Multipurpose Push Lawn Mower Blade $5 and $6.25 *Clearance*

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These only work on Lowes' Kobalt and Greenworks. Check out photo 2, do not use on Amazon or Walmart models because they're moon shapes vs Lowes version which are V shapes.

20in $5
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-2...1000178401

21in $6.25
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-2...1000079957

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related question. I've never changed a blade in any lawnmower I've ever owned. Is this something that you're supposed to do every once in a while?
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Are these specific to Kobalt mowers, or should they fit on most other brands assuming the same size?
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related question. I've never changed a blade in any lawnmower I've ever owned. Is this something that you're supposed to do every once in a while?
no, just sharpen with a dremel. If you run into rocks a lot, then yes but once a year you should always sharpen your blade. Never sharpen with the blade on whenever you hand file because this puts too much forces on the shaft. Using a dremel is ok. Otherwise, if you hand file, then remove it.
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Are these specific to Kobalt mowers, or should they fit on most other brands assuming the same size?
they work with all Kobalt and Greenworks model you get from Lowes. If you need one, don't think too hard, just buy it. Take it home, don't throw away the receive. Flip your mower over, pull battery, and measure. Easy peazy.
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no, just sharpen with a dremel. If you run into rocks a lot, then yes but once a year you should always sharpen your blade. Never sharpen with the blade on whenever you hand file because this puts too much forces on the shaft. Using a dremel is ok. Otherwise, if you hand file, then remove it.
good idea with the dremel. Thanks I guess that's another weekend project to come.
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The 21 fits the Snapper 60v mower that was on SD previously. Exact model replacement when I bought the blade from Lowes last summer

Corrected: snapper... Not craftsman

Mower link for reference : https://www.walmart.com/ip/Snappe...V/47389622
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Note that these blades don't fit all Kobalt mowers. I purchased the 80v mower deal for under $200 probably close to 2 years ago when Lowes was moving to a new model. The blades for mine are from Greenworks, and the chevron holes are bigger than what you have pictured here. Mine is this one:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/GreenWor...1438.l2649

Do your research before buying the blades. Super annoying how they have to all be unique mounting.
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Note that these blades don't fit all Kobalt mowers. I purchased the 80v mower deal for under $200 probably close to 2 years ago when Lowes was moving to a new model. The blades for mine are from Greenworks, and the chevron holes are bigger than what you have pictured here. Mine is this one:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/GreenWor...1438.l2649

Do your research before buying the blades. Super annoying how they have to all be unique mounting.
Thanks for the heads up. I have that mower too and almost bought this.
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The 21 fits the Craftsman 60v mower that was on SD previously. Exact model replacement when I bought the blade from Lowes last summer
Just checked my V 60 Craftsman push mower, it's the B&D Dewalt version sold at Lowes, definitely NOT the same blade. I don't have the Self propelled version, that may be different.
You did write 60V, so I'll assume you meant the Sears version, made by I don't know who?

Looks like this line may be dead with Sears and Lowes. Craftsman website has no further mention of what this line is doing. I believe there is a double battery version of the Self-P on the site, but that may be old. I think all versions of this mower are brushed.
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Just checked my V 60 Craftsman push mower, it's the B&D Dewalt version sold at Lowes, definitely NOT the same blade. I don't have the Self propelled version, that may be different.
You did write 60V, so I'll assume you meant the Sears version, made by I don't know who?

Looks like this line may be dead with Sears and Lowes. Craftsman website has no further mention of what this line is doing. I believe there is a double battery version of the Self-P on the site, but that may be old. I think all versions of this mower are brushed.
My mistake... I am referring to the Snapper 60v mower from the Walmart clearance thread a while back that also had the chainsaw, weed trimmer, etc. Sorry about that.
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Still active.
Thanks OP.
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Just checked my V 60 Craftsman push mower, it's the B&D Dewalt version sold at Lowes, definitely NOT the same blade. I don't have the Self propelled version, that may be different.
You did write 60V, so I'll assume you meant the Sears version, made by I don't know who?

Looks like this line may be dead with Sears and Lowes. Craftsman website has no further mention of what this line is doing. I believe there is a double battery version of the Self-P on the site, but that may be old. I think all versions of this mower are brushed.
Do you happen to know where the Craftsman v60 mower blade replacement can be purchased?
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