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    Default Airecut Tri Blade 350mm

    Well i tested this out yesterday just in case the vid was a put on guys this thing is unbelieveable .
    i was amazed at the speed and the power of this cutting blade 10 /10 .No need for any other blade when you have this one ,you have to be careful with this thing as it wil cut even into metal pipes .So have a good look around the area and keep away from anything you dont want to cut and keep your thinking cap on .you will save big bucks on trimmer line when cutting waiste high thick grass .i am stunned .

    Airecut Tri Blade 350mm


    Great for 30cc and above

    Centre hole is 25mm


    Warning this will cut through anything up to inch-inch and a half


    Amazing cutter check this out on utube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRkW7...eature=related

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    Can't wait to get mine Dean.
    The 8 tooth blades slice off the Love grass OK , but it just lays down & dogs it. No fun at all.
    I want to hit it with this thing and see the mongrel sh!t cartwheeling across the paddock screaming for mercy

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    Do you need to wear as much safety gear as they recommend in the ads and videos? How did you go Dean? I can see the point with the amount of stuff it throws up but they even recommend shin pads, chainsaw chaps and full face helmets etc ! $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ and hot.

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    Default Re: Airecut Tri Blade 350mm

    Hi Paul .
    i wore safety boots jeans sleeveless shirt peak hat and safety glasses it was 26 yesterday or around there sweated alot covered in grass and dirt looked like a scare crow .
    Up to you what you wear and for me depends if its just grass mind you blackberry and twicks where in amoung this stuff i cut .If i wanted to stay clean i would of used a body sized condom (overalls)lol .

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    Default Re: Airecut Tri Blade 350mm

    Damn, Damn. First job with the airecut, hit a steel post concealed in the 3' grass and busted an inch off one of the blades. I had done all the edges first with the line trimmer to avoid this very thing. I've got a half-day feral cleanup just about every day, I was hoping for great things.

    Just looked at the Indi shop, I should have ordered the smaller one anyway for my 25cc echo. The big one cut fine but didn't get the loft I was hoping for.

    Muck all over, don't plan any ballroom dancing on your way home. mesh faceshield clogged and safety glasses beneath covered.

    Very hard to avoid hitting something occasionally. Thats the good thing about the weed wakka, constructed like a swingback so if you hit something no harm done.

    For edges, I'm using diamond edge in a shindy bump head. Is there something more aggressive?

    Tom

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    Default Re: Airecut Tri Blade 350mm

    That's a bugga Tom.

    Mine just arrived in the mail today. Not much feral stuff left here at home to test it on

    I got the 300mm one for my 43cc. Should do enough damage with that I think.

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    Default Re: Airecut Tri Blade 350mm

    I forgot that I have a whole ridge of feral stuff to play on So I had a demo for half an hour.

    It spins up to speed nice and easy.
    It's certainly the best blade I've used for keeping the head clean.
    I didn't have any big old Love grass tussocks, but plenty of 2 year old stuff and they were no problem.
    It didn't seem to throw up much more debris than other blades

    Will be interesting to see how it wears.
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    Just used mine for the first time today. It is a scary piece of equipment, Used it on kik and 6' high bracken fern. Had to stop in the end. Didn't have my face shield with me and it was getting very painfull. Does a great job .

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    Default Re: Airecut Tri Blade 350mm

    Wonder if they could change the profile on the tip of the blades just a bit to throw it lower?

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    Default Re: Airecut Tri Blade 350mm

    BTW ended up with stuff everywere even in my underdaks. At least I looked like I earnt my dosh.

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    Default Re: Airecut Tri Blade 350mm

    Quote Originally Posted by Cranbourne Lawnmowing View Post
    BTW ended up with stuff everywere even in my underdaks. At least I looked like I earnt my dosh.
    lol

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    Default Re: Airecut Tri Blade 350mm

    I did a feral last week and looks like another one is headed my way... Hidden stuff (star post, sandstone blocks) blew away both cutting faces on a three-way blade by the end of the job.

    So now that more Indys have been using these Aire Blades for a while, is the verdict all good, or is something else recommended now?

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    Default Re: Airecut Tri Blade 350mm

    in my experience if you can cut it with cord its almost always better to use it (diamond edge)
    if you are using a blade however i would rather break the blade than the gearbox

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    Default Re: Airecut Tri Blade 350mm

    have you looked at these i haven't used one but i remember someone had one and seem impressed with them http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/BRUSH-CUT...item3a72bfafe2
    there's also another type with a hinged type arrangement made by husquvarna? sorry can't remember where I've seen it will post a link later if i can
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    Default Re: Airecut Tri Blade 350mm

    Can't imagine thew chain would be much good.. we never liked the chain tractor slashers much in comparison to a bladeslasher: they tended to mangle rather than cut.

    Horses for courses.
    I love the airecut for heavy material where you are absolutly sure there are no rocks to hit. I hit a steel post and knocked off one of the cutters, pretty expensive.
    The Weed Wakka is like a little swing blade on your brushie. tends to get bogged down in really heavy stuff however, but no probs if you hit something. Met the bloke who invented it last week, wanted a quote for his daughter's place

    I generally do a couple rounds woth the diamond edge first and Identify all the posts and water meters, then change over to a blade.

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