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Unmowed where the wheels run and flatten the grass. If the grass is slightly damp, and even when it's not, if you're mowing a box pattern, the wheels push down the grass, and it doesn't stand up fast enough to get it on the next pass. (You all know what I'm talking about)
Short of a hovering mower, (yes there actually is one now) what to do about it? My neighbor (guy who turned me on to this mower) said we need to invent some kind of brush that follows (trails) behind the left rear wheel that would brush (stand) it back up so the next pass gets it. I was thinking a small rake of sorts.
Just brainstorming here...
Some of you engineer types should invent that, and make a gazillion, cuz it's common to every mower, electric or not.
I get 10% - K?