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Craftsman 160cc* Honda engine, 22" Front Drive Self-Propelled Mower 50 States
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Craftsman 160cc* Honda engine, 22" Front Drive Self-Propelled Mower 50 States

Item# 07137060000P | Model# 37060 | Added on November 9, 2011
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The Craftsman Self Propelled Mower 22 in has Honda's Lightest and Quietest Engine
Delivering considerable power, the Craftsman 160cc
  • Self Propelled Lawn Mower Front Drive delivers exceptional cutting power. The 22 in. high-performance deck offers excellent bagging, mulching or discharging. A front-drive, single-speed propelled drive system lets the mower do all the hard work, so you don't have to. High, 12 inch rear wheels and deliver exceptional maneuverability. All-steel blade with nine cutting positions and a precision-cut deck with four individual adjustment types offer versatile, no-hassle cutting on rough, uneven ground.
    The Craftsman Self Propelled Mower 22 in comes with everything you need to work fast and efficiently. Fully assembled, it boasts a comfortable, adjustable metal folding handle for convenient operation and storage. A Dust-Blocker Grass Bag helps keep dirt away from you when mowing. Durable Poly rims with rear-wheel bearings deliver super-smooth rolling.


    • The Craftsman 160cc Self Propelled Lawn Mower Front Drive includes a two-year warranty to protect your investment
    • Convenient pull-start for simple, no-hassle startups
    • Comes mulch-ready with engine oil
    • Equipped with a durable cloth bag, rear discharge and side discharge disposal systems
    • 160cc engine is Honda's lightest and quietest lawnmower engine

*As rated by the engine manufacturer

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39 found this review helpful
by Rickrack17
April 14th
Excellent Mower,Bags Well, Start on First Pull Every time.

Great Mower the 160cc tears through my 12,000 square foot yard with no problem. So I thought about that $700 Honda and after reading the reviews and touching it in store I felt it was way to much money for the performance. I found this online at $269.00 cant really go wrong at that price. Reading prior reviews most are correct the Mower has a couple of shortcoming, Yes the bag could be bigger and yes if you run over a dirt spot the dust comes though. I live in the Northwest and we have wet heavy grass often, so the design of the bag allows airflow to catch all the grass. It does pick up all clippings, it comes on and off with ease. I would rate it a 5 star. The 160CC Honda mower has more than enough power and it is about 40% quieter than older mowers. It has more of Hum to it vs the Rrrrgghhhh of older mowers. Amble height settings, they move from notch to notch with little effort. I've read some complaints on the handle bars, I love them. It lets keep the mower moving and I can spin int 180 either direction with ease. There an old design of years back but I love em compared what I"ve tried on the newer designed throttles and what not. I have medium size hands, I 'm 52 Yrs old and have not experienced any of the complaints that others have written about. This Lawnmower has exceed my expectations in all areas, it's a great mower that does an excellent job of mowing. I would reocmend this Mower to friends & family as a good mower at a good value.

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15 found this review helpful
by mta02
September 8th, 2012
4 months old...in for service a 2nd time

The first 3 months and 2 weeks were great .... good feeling mower, able to handle my medium-ish urban yard well. I have a hill in the front that has to be almost a 60 degree incline (about 40 ft of frontage), so power assist has been key. Then about a month ago, the mower died in the middle of a mow. Still had gas in the tank, nothing unusual, just died. Cue the Sears service team ... took the mower to my local Sears and 10 days later, had it back with a new carburetor. Pulled the cord to start, mowed for about 2 minutes (engine running unevenly the whole time), then the mower died again. Just dropped the mower off - again - at Sears for service. This time, they put a $40 charge on my card for a repair under warranty. Not sure what that was all about, but there's not much choice since they have to do the repair. I bought the mower because it was a Craftsman with a Honda engine, but the reliability has been unacceptable. You may be better advised to look elsewhere.

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rgt0411

Very Disappointed

After having this same mower for 10 years, we needed to replace it. We literally brought 3 different ones home - all had some defect - guard didn't line up and dragged, cables bent/cut, etc. Had to purchase a different brand.

9 days ago via sears.com
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Nexttime

Buyer beware

I bought this mower and liked it. It was a little slow on hills. But after two years and three months the engine was ready to explode. When I tried to start it the mower made a screening noise. I took it into the Sears shop and the tech said the motor needed to be replaced. Three months after the warranty expired. I had always checked the oil kept it clean and did not use it in any strange way. Planned obsolescence ?

15 days ago via mobile
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tippiesmom

So disappointed!

Ten years ago I purchased a similar model from Sears and it ran smoothly and effortlessly for those 10 years. Other than standard maintenance, the only thing that had to be replaced were the tires after 9 years. I am in Florida and our weather requires weekly mowing for most of the year and every other week for a short duration during the cooler moths. My past positive experience influenced my purchase of this mower this past week to replace the great machine that I had such good luck with, thinking that I would receive an equivalent mower, the specs seemed to match. The motor was the same and does seem to start easily and run fine, but that is where the similarity's end. This mower is made of much thinner metals and uses much more plastic. The handle does not fold easily as suggested, parts must be removed. The back wheels are only somewhat larger than the front. While mowing using the mulching set- up grass and debris blow up at the user from under the machine and in between the cover flap and the deck, The bag blows dust. The handle is quite uncomfortable. The wheels do not appear to have any ball bearings, just plastic on metal and manufactured with very thin plastic.The most distressing issue with this mower for me was the wheel adjustment levers. If you never need to change your settings you'll be fine, but if you need to change them frequently, as I do, from front to back yard, you will be frustrated, unless you have very large hands. The back levers are very short and extremely difficult to manipulate unless you can grab the lever and tire at the same time that you lift the mower with the other hand. I ended up having to extend the levers past the tires so that I could make the necessary adjustments. This mower is cheaply manufactured and even if the engine lasts I do not expect to get more than a year or two before parts break or wear off. Shame on sears, this will be my last craftsman mower. Such a disappointment!

15 days ago via sears.com
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drew999

Great mower for the cost

22 days ago via sears.com
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aceshigh73

Nice mower

Easy to put together. Started on first light pull, works well, I bought because of the Honda engine and self-propelled combo. For the price, its a great setup. I thought the speed was pretty good, only issue is the handle which has been brought up in other reviews.

28 days ago via sears.com
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Mtnflow

Traditional Mower with lots of power

No plastic parts to break on the moser handles and the engine has a lot of power.

29 days ago via sears.com
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lclements68

needed another one

we have this same mower, but its like old as dirt w have had it for years, literally like 7-9 years, and we have never done any maintenance on it other than add gas or oil & all that was wrong with my old one was the handle for self drive needed repair. so we decided just to buy a new one. it was on sale too which was great- love that it is lighter than the old one & I like the black instead of red. the Honda motors are hard to kill just like the cars. the grass collection bag is easy to put on and take off as well, I will always stick with sears & Honda mowers.

August 18th via sears.com
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ToolGuyWi

I think good, but received a defective one

I bought it because of the honda engine. After 30 minutes, I couldn't get it to start. Returned it and picked up a honda brand mower. Started the first pull. I think the one I got May have been defective. My previous craftsman mower lasted 25 years!

August 18th via sears.com
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qpt

Nice mower

I have been using this mower weekly for 3 months. The mower starts on the first pull and cuts the grass very well. My yard is a pretty standard sized suburban yard. The self propelled function works well, especially given the uneven areas throughout my yard. The water hose receptacle for cleaning the undercarriage is a nice touch. Overall I am very satisfied with the mower.

August 18th via sears.com
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ElliottR

Honda mower

Handles well, easy to maneuver.Few pulls necessary to start sometimes.

August 13th via sears.com
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jrmac

starts great right out of the box!

August 12th via sears.com
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ditrichanniv

mower

it is wonderful. we cut the grass in half the time. looks better than professional service

August 7th via sears.com
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jruck1

Started on first pull out of the box

Setup is very easy. The engine is fairly quiet. I bought this mower particularly for the Honda engine and good price. The cut is even and the bagger is simple to use. Front wheel drive is set at a good pace and the mower maneuvers well. The handle could be designed a bit more ergonomically comfortable. Very good value at about $300

August 6th via sears.com
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tedtaylor

mower

light weight \. easily to manage

August 1st via sears.com
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GrimmReaper

Dependable and easy to maintain

I've had this mower for three years. When I bought my house, I was excited about Husqvarna, but after its engine stopping on the third use and the free replacement Sears gave me stopped on its second use, I switched brands to this one.
I have not had a single problem out of this mower. The Honda engine starts first pull every time, the drive function is fairly decent (I don't use it much, but my wife liked it the couple of times she mowed), and all the maintenance I've had to do has been simple and easy to access.
I mow a 1/2 acre lot with this, and it works like a dream.

August 1st via craftsman.com
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Nobly

Love our new mower.

Have only used the new mower 2 times but it really works great. Love the feature that allows you to hook your garden hose to the deck to wash the debris from under it.

July 31st via sears.com
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joetry

good mower

starts on the first pull and it mows right thru tall grass, I like it and recomend it

July 28th via sears.com
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thenizzie

Great mower for great price, I would recommend, self propelled is amazing !

Starts right up on first pull, easy maintenance with easy access to oil, filter, spark plug, and blade

July 24th via sears.com
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Nebraskan

doesn't start

This is the hardest starting mower I've ever bought, owned it for 29 days, mowed 4 times with it and took it back .If it was on concrete it would start on the 3rd or 4th pull but if you were in the middle of the yard and emptied the bag it takes 6-7 very hard pulls to start, The engine purred once started and had good power for tall stuff but the fact that you had to work so hard to start it makes it almost useless, the "automatic" choke system is joke.

July 22nd via sears.com
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Jesusfreakgirl

Hard on the hands

The way this mower is designed with the two levers at the top makes it hard to keep both sqeezed at the same time without having amazing hand strength. I have slight nerve problems with my hands and it hits all my pressure points. I wish i could take it back. Its very uncomfortable for me so if you have any problems with your hands or don't have strong hands buy another mower.

July 18th via sears.com
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