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A: Hello, Moe1 - Thank you for your question. These blades will only fit models RY48ZTR75, RY48ZTR100, and RYRM8021. I hope this helps! Additionally, if you need further support, then a RYOBI Customer Experience Professional is here for you, Monday - Friday from 9 am to 6 pm (EST) when you call or text us at 1.800.525.2579 or through email or live chat when you visit us at https://www.ryobitools.com/support/contact. And thank you again for your interest in the Bagging Combo Blade for 48V Zero Turn Riding Lawn Mower (2-Pack). - Courtney
A: Yurly, Thank you for contacting us. Those blades will not fit. These will https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI-RM480e-Electric-Riding-Mower-Combo-Blade-Accessory-ACRM002/301004222
A: Anything which produces more work is going to consume more power; the normal blades are made flat for that reason. The curved tip blades act as a fan thereby moving more air and using more power. Installing the mulching attachment causes the clippings to be cut multi-pable times thereby using more energy. The tires are almost smooth and very hard. This reduces rolling resistance and uses less power but produces a very harsh ride on rough surfaces. Evey thing is about increasing battery life. Looking at the expected battery life chart on a manufacturers web site there is not too much difference in battery life depending on depth of discharge. If you need to mow for two hours and run the batteries all of the way down you can expect the batteries to last 300+ cycles. If you stop and recharge @ 50% after one hour you can expect them to last for about 700 cycles but since it would take two cycles to mow for two hours you get +/- 350 mowings - a little better but not as much as some would have you believe.
A: Hi Moe1, For any issues with your mower please call our customer service for help. 800-860-4050. Thanks for asking. Greg
A: Are the mulching blades the same as the combo blades? I don't know which mine came with. I'm guessing the bagging blades since it came with a bagging system (which I don't use).
A: Hi Moe1, The blades will not make the runtime less. Thanks for asking. Greg
A: The blades move a lot more air which means more work is being performed which requires more energy so the batteries will not last as long - but probably not a lot less.
A: Hi Moe1, The run time should be the same. Thanks for asking. Greg