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Cant find a grass catcher bag for this model, rear mount

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Give me more info of what type,make & model of the mower's.

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I have a MTD garden tractor with 3 bag catcher and the shute constantly plugs up. I mow once a week but it's like there isn't enough vaccum to blow the grass into the bags. I have my blades with the bent...


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