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Craftsman 140cc* Briggs & Stratton Engine, 22" Front Drive Self-Propelled Mower 50 States

Item# 07137040000P | Model# 37040 | Added on November 9, 2011 | Seller: Sears.com
Craftsman 140cc* Briggs & Stratton Engine, 22" Front Drive Self-Propelled Mower 50 States
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Description
Craftsman 22' Self-Propelled Mower Makes Lawn Care Easy
With the Craftsman Self-Propelled Mower, it really is possible to do more work with less effort. With front wheel drive, the mower pull itself - you just have to follow along for the ride. You can collect clippings easily in the included bag or mulch them for instant, free fertilizer - or switch between the two with ease, no tools required. Bonus points: The dust-blocker bag helps keep dirt and grass pollen from blowing up into your face.
This 22' Self-Propelled Mower is easy from the beginning - literally. The Briggs & Stratton motor delivers a smooth, easy, frustration-free start. An adjustable handle lets you find the most comfortable mowing position, while the blade adjusts as well. Pick heights ranging from 'I'm obsessive about mowing so the grass just needs a trim' to 'I put it off as long as possible so I'm cutting through a jungle again.
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By Kpromowing
September 6th, 2012
Good Mower For a Good Price....

I am 14 I mow peolpes yards and this mower i know is a good one empty the bag only twic the mulch plug and the grass is nice and even and the primer is relly nice mower is easy to startĀ 

5 found this review helpful
Criticism
By tomcandy
May 10th, 2012
22" Self Propelled Piece of Junk

DO NOT BUY THIS MOWER. This mower is the worst I have ever owned in 45 years of mowing lawns. When the mower comes to a stop at a fence or tree or any object, the wheels lock when trying to pull it back from the obstacle. I have had taken this mower back to Sears twice to have it shipped to their repair shop but upon return it was not fixed either time. Grass flies out from the area around the bag. The lawnmower is worthless and Sears cannot fix it but they won't take it back either

5 found this review helpful
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JB-JKB

Great Mower/Great Price

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My husband and I went to Sears to check out the lawnmowers. We checked all the riding lawnmowers that were outside and just happened to walk inside the store where they were having closeout sales. We saw this lawnmower at a great price,brand new in the box and brought it home. We have used it twice so far and love it. It may be discontinued but it is light weight and easy to use. It was a great mower at a great price.

May 14th, 2014 via sears.com
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kirkdogg

must have.

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if you need an easy to use and cheap and also works all the time and cut great get this.

August 8th, 2013 via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product | The reviewer indicated they received a sample of this product
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sheryltut

cuts the time too

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I bought this lawnmower for my husband who insisted on using his old mower because it still worked, even though the wheels were literally taped together and the self-propelling feature no longer worked. It took him forever to cut the lawn and his back ached terribly from pushing afterward. Now that he's using this new lawnmower, and even though it's a smaller lawnmower, he's cut the time it takes to mow the lawn in half and he's not complaining about his back (as much - he does have a bad back). Anyway, he's happy and that's what counts.

June 8th, 2013 via sears.com
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MARIA MOSHER
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May 31st, 2013
asdfhrt

Piece of Junk

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After one year of light use it won't start, in spite of following all of the instructions for storage. I've replaced and cleaned everything I can. You can't fix the carburetor if that is the problem, as it is sealed away. The only option is to drag it in for service at a minimum of $85.

The front wheel drive is fairly useless, it's slow and the wheels don't grip into the grass very well. The bag gets half full in no time and starts clogging the blade and spewing grass all over.

May 22nd, 2013 via sears.com
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shankster97

Doesn't mulch well, under-powered.

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This little engine is in over its head on this bigger machine. Do yourself a favor, cough up a little more dough, and at least get a 6.75 TP engine.

May 4th, 2013 via sears.com
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Sam Fitting
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April 28th, 2013
John Venturi
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March 6th, 2013
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