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42 in. Blade Set for LTX 1040 Non-Timed Decks
  • Cub Cadet
  • Model 490-110-C109
  • Internet # 202980428
  • Store SKU #130810

42 in. Blade Set for LTX 1040 Non-Timed Decks

$47.22 /each

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42 in. Mower Blades (2-Pack)-DISCONTINUED

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The Cub Cadet 42 in. Mower Blades (2-Pack) help promote a healthy lawn by cutting each blade of grass cleanly. The blades are designed for use with 2010 and later models of Cub Cadet Lawn tractors with 42 in. non-timed decks.

  • Fits 2010 and later models of Cub Cadet lawn tractors with 42 in. non-timed decks
  • Replaces O.E. 742-04312 and 942-04312
  • 2-in-1 blades are used for discharging or bagging
  • Helps promote a healthy lawn by cutting each blade of grass cleanly
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Best way to sharpen blades ?

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"Best way to sharpen blades ?" I prefer a 12" file with the blade in a vise. File from the top inside surface to the bottom outside surface. Wear heavy gloves in case you slip. Litely file the bottom of the cutting edge to remove feathers(level with the bottom of the blade). workes for lawn blades, large hedge trimmers, lopper and pruning shears. Pay attention to the recomended cutting angle.
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Hello Bob T. Here is the best way to sharpen the 42 in. Mower Blades: Once the blade is removed, use a proper metal sharpening tool, such a hand file designed for use on hardened metal, on the leading edges of the blade. It is not necessary to sharpen the blade so that it is as sharp as a knife blade, a simple clean edge, with the metal sharpened at about a 45 degree angle is sufficient. The tips of Read More
Hello Bob T. Here is the best way to sharpen the 42 in. Mower Blades: Once the blade is removed, use a proper metal sharpening tool, such a hand file designed for use on hardened metal, on the leading edges of the blade. It is not necessary to sharpen the blade so that it is as sharp as a knife blade, a simple clean edge, with the metal sharpened at about a 45 degree angle is sufficient. The tips of blades do most of the cutting, most blade wear will be visible in this blade tip area which will need the most attention during sharpening. If the blade is significantly worn OR has large dents in the cutting edge from impacting hard objects, the blade should be replaced with a new one. Read Less
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Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by this product was pooly marked The lable indicated the type mower I have but the super tiny mfg date(after 2010) was covered by packing tape. The blades didn't fit my mower. The six point star pattern looked right, but wasn't. I'll get my blades, at a substantial higher cost from another source. They fit perfictly. Other products I've perchesed at HD are quite satisfactory. May 21, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by worst blades i have ever used The cub cadet 42" non-timed blades for my 2010 LTX1040 lawn tractor are absolutely the worst blades i have ever used.. I mow approximately 1/2 acre of mixed common bermuda and st. augustine grass about once a week during our central Texas growing season. I have to replace the blades after every second mowing. The blades seem to be made of too soft a metal. They wear off the tips first and then the turned up portion on the back outer edge of the blades wears off. My son bought a new 42" John Deere lawn tractor last year at the same time I purchased my Cub Cadet (June 2010)..His lawn is slightly larger than mine and about the same composition of grasses and soils. He is only on his second set of blades and I am buying my eighth set. At forty plus dollars per set for either brand, John Deere seems to be the best buy by far. So far,I haven't found a will-fit blade that will work but will keep trying... August 2, 2011
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by good simple to change and works great, there was no shipping involved as it was a stock item which was very nice to find as it was a pick up and go August 13, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Have not installed the blades at this time. The blades look good and the price was fair. I will intall them prior to next year. September 14, 2011
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