Difference between revisions of "Bench height"

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In the maintenance shop, a setting is done measuring height of cut from a hard, level surface to the cutting edge. This is called "bench set" height of cut. <br><br>
 
In the maintenance shop, a setting is done measuring height of cut from a hard, level surface to the cutting edge. This is called "bench set" height of cut. <br><br>
  

Revision as of 16:04, 23 July 2008

In the maintenance shop, a setting is done measuring height of cut from a hard, level surface to the cutting edge. This is called "bench set" height of cut.

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Although the mower is not set on a hard level surface, the bench setting is being done with a measuring gauge using the front roller and bedknife as a reference.
Source: Ohio State University Turfgrass Program