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Home Depot. Cub cadet bagger. $50.

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42/46in twin bagger.


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Thanks! I was actually at home depot when I saw this and, sure enough, there are a bunch of tractor attachments on clearance! I picked up a John Deer bagger for myself. Down to 90 dollars from 400 or so!
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For the lazy:

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Which model John Deer?
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Quote from mtmitchell5 :
Which model John Deer?
Both the 48 inch and the 42 inch were there. The 42 inch model was 88.03 and the 48 was 90.00
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I have been mulching for years, I figure it builds up the soil from the Clay garbage I have now. Any reason I should change to bagging?
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Quote from mtmitchell5 :
Which model John Deer?
what is the zip code ? all full price around me
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I have been mulching for years, I figure it builds up the soil from the Clay garbage I have now. Any reason I should change to bagging?
Only reason I have a bagger is for the fall, I have far too many leaves to mulch them in. Would just end up killing my grass. Normal mows is all mulch though
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Only reason I have a bagger is for the fall, I have far too many leaves to mulch them in. Would just end up killing my grass. Normal mows is all mulch though
I dug rows in my garden, mulched the leafs then put them in those rows. The worms are drunk with food. Wink
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Quote from Cz0 :
Only reason I have a bagger is for the fall, I have far too many leaves to mulch them in. Would just end up killing my grass. Normal mows is all mulch though
This is why I use a bagger too. Never for grass.
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$475 for me
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Wow. This is cheap. Now I just to buy a property large enough to justify the purchase of a cub cadet tractor.
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How are y'all seeing the prices? I just see full price.
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Quote from Pickle :
I have been mulching for years, I figure it builds up the soil from the Clay garbage I have now. Any reason I should change to bagging?
Main reasons to bag your clippings are;
- grass is too tall
- too many leaves to mulch
- you need to prevent disease and weeds from spreading

Otherwise, mulch when you can.
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So I need a tractor before buying this? 😄😂😂😂
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