Icnewbie, Thanks for your question! The RYOBI 16 in. Replacement Blade for 40-Volt and 18-Volt Lawn Mower model is compatible with mower models RY40112A, RY40100A, RY40140, RY40104A, P1111, P1100A, P1120 and P1102A. Thanks for asking! For assistance with this question, please contact RYOBI Customer Support directly at 1-800-860-4050, Monday thru Friday, 9am to 6pm EST. Thanks for contacting RYOBI! - Eve
Hi Kyle, Thanks for your question on the RYOBI 16 in. Replacement Blade for 40-Volt and 18-Volt Lawn Mower AC04154. RYOBI manufactures blades based off the the size of the mower and the blades will not be located by their size but by the model number of or the size of the mower they are compatible with. This blade can be used with RYOBI model RY40112A, RY40100A, RY40140, RY40104A, P1111, P1100A, P1120 and P1102A. To view the size of this blade, please see the specifications located on this page. I hope this helps and let us know if we can assist you in the future. - Eve
I received mine at the store in a matter of days. I had no problems with availability or installation.
Hi Terry, that will be based off the model number of the mower you have. Most mowers only need a mulching plug and not other specialty blade is required. I hope this helps and thanks for your interest in the Ryobi Brand! Eve
new blade does not require sharpening. You can sharpen blade yourself using the following: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Arnold-Universal-Lawn-Mower-Blade-Sharpening-Kit-490-850-0006/300615901
IMO, plug not necessary. Mulching can mean just not bagging. If you sharpen your blade once or twice per season and mow more often so as to cut less than one third of the blade, you should see favorable results.
yes just make sure to seat the half moon side first then bolt it down.
yes, we bought the mower online with a mulching blade opton
Yes. My mower is the RY40100 and it fits fine and works perfectly. I was a little concerned because the curvature of the blade is slightly different from the original but not so much that I wasn't willing to give it a try.
Turn your mower on it’s side. Pay close attention to the direction of the old blades edges. Using a wrench, remove bolt holding bad in place. Remove old blade and replace with new blade, making sure it is in the same direction. Tighten down with wrench.