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My cub cadet zforce 50 inch bagger always plugs i have tried dry grass i mow once a week and tried all the blade i can i hate it for this

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check mower deck is not caked up with grass if it is it will not get enough air movementto force the grass up the chute
also try cutting in 2or3 passes so that you are not forcing too mush grass up the chute
hope this helps

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