|Updated on||:||October 4, 2012|
|List Price:||:||$ 19.00|
|Price starting at||:||$ 19.99|
|Tags||:||173920, 180054, Blades, Craftsman, Deck, Husqvarna, made, Poulan, USA.|
Set Of three, 180054, 173920 Blades for 48″ Deck, Craftsman, Poulan, Husqvarna. Created In USA.
Set Of three, 180054, 173920 Blades for 48″ Deck, Craftsman, Poulan, Husqvarna. Made In USA.
- Cost is for a set of three, Produced In USA Rotary Blades To Replace #180054 or 173920.
- Will also replace 173921 mulching blade if you do not want to mulch
- These are high lift blades, throw the clippings much better, blades will perform with a bagger.
- 16-three/4″ Extended, 2-1/2″ Wide, .204″ Thick, five Point Star Hole
- Used on 48″ decks.
High lift, the blade to get if you have a bagger. Utilized to replace the 173921 (mulch) if you do not want to mulch. This deck has three blades.
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Harmony, NJ (PRWEB) July 20, 2009
The 72nd Annual Warren County Farmers’ Fair kicks off Sunday, July 26 and runs via Saturday, August 1 on County Route 519 in Harmony Township, 3 miles north of Phillipsburg. Year after year, the Fair attracts youth of all ages to its 4-H and FFA exhibits and competitions, demolition derbies, craft and handwork displays, mud bogs, animal competitions, live entertainment, horse shows and much more. Fair highlights also contain tractor displays and pulls, the Kid’s Corral, the popular Hot Air Balloon Festival and the Traditional Arts Expo. Opening Day starts with an Open Horse Show, Lawn Mower racing in the major arena that are no cost of charge to fairgoers, and mass hot air balloon launches every evening.
Keeping with its 72-year-extended tradition of offering inexpensive household enjoyable, the Fair won’t leave a hole in your wallet: admission is just $ 5 for adults and $ three for ages five-12. Youngsters four and under are admitted free. Parking is no cost as effectively. Monday via Friday admission particular permits children 12 years and under in free of charge till four:00 pm.
For households with modest children the fair can keep them entertained for hours for free of charge. Drop by the animal barns to see cows, pigs, horses, rabbits and much more. Catch a clown show at the Kids’ Corral, exactly where everything is free of charge of charge for fairgoers and their young children. Even though at the Kids’ Corral participate in a single of the contest from the Stick Pony races for little ones to Worry Element Veggie Style for the much more brave. Or participate in the Pie Eating, Bubble Gum Blowing or Hay Bale Rolling contest. Make some crafts, healthful snacks, make a quilt square for the Large Quilt Picture Project or do some coloring. There are plenty of activities from which to decide on.
Included in the admission price tag to the Fair is the Hot Air Balloon Festival. This year the 9th Annual Hot Air Balloon Festival will feature mass hot air balloon launches each and every evening at 6:30 pm. The Balloon Festival runs in conjunction with the Fair and admission into the Fair allows spectators to view the balloons up close from the balloon port on Strykers Road. This year we will be featuring a competitors – “Megaphone Monday and Tuesday” – that will involve the children. Youngsters will cheer on pilots in a race to inflate their balloon the fastest. The winning group wins prize cash donated to the charity of their selection. Wednesday night, July 29, will be the 3rd annual Bicycle Balloon Race, with a rain date of Thursday, July 30. Bikers and Balloonists pair up for an thrilling race where the biker rides in the balloon and the bike is strapped onto the basket. Proceeds from the race all go to nearby charity, the ADM Foundation.
Ryan Pelton, Elvis Impersonator is back by well-known demand. Grandstand seating is accessible for $ 10 per particular person – the most inexpensive tickets about for 1 of the Greatest Elvis impersonators performing nowadays.
Some other highlights of the Fair include vehicle shows, horse shows and Conventional Arts Expo. The Warren Hills FFA Alumni Association is once again organizing their annual vehicle show with corvettes, street rods, customs, diesels and more on display. Dirt Track Heroes is organized and presented by the Harmony Speedway Historical Society. Those who remember attending dirt track races in Harmony, Flemington and Nazareth, will delight in meeting stock car drivers from the 60′s, who will be displaying their rebuilt winning vehicles, trophies and memorabilia. Current day drivers will be in attendance as properly. Equestrian events incorporate the Open Horse Show on opening day, 4-H Horse Drill Team, a Dressage Demonstration and Nine Pines Open Western and English Pleasure Show. The 10th Annual Classic Arts Expo invites guests to explore the talents of the area’s artisans. The time-honored talents of the Evening Star Quilt Guild, the Hunterdon County Quilt Guild, the Warren County Needle Arts Guild, and the Lost Art Lacers of North Jersey will be showcased during daily exhibits and demonstrations. Be positive to vote for your favorite in the “Viewer’s Decision” quilt contest at the Standard Arts Developing.
The directors at the Warren County Farmers’ Fair would like to thank our Gold Sponsors, RE/MAX