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Craftsman 24HP* Kohler V-Twin Zero Turn 54” Riding Mower Non CA
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Craftsman 24HP* Kohler V-Twin Zero Turn 54” Riding Mower Non CA

Item# 07125061000P | Model# 25061 | Added on January 18, 2013 | Seller:
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This Zero Turn Mower Gets the Lawn Done
Equipped with the vast speed adjustment of a HydroGear transmission, wide cutting path of a 54 inch deck and the muscle of Kohler’s Courage 24hp overhead valve engine, this riding mower takes on lawns big and small, hilly and flat without breaking a sweat. Designed to deliver smooth, vibration and noise reduced operation, the engine features naturally counterbalanced V twin construction, while the expansive 3 gallon tank delivers hours of cutting without refills.
A solid zero turn mower, built to deliver the kind of manicured lawn you can practice your golf swing on, this Craftsman features a deck and blade design that actually pulls grass up into the cutting area, transforming uncut brush into finely shredded mulch that enriches the health of your yard with every pass. Built from rugged steel and backed by a 2 year warranty, this is a piece of equipment you can count on.
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Wow, this was great until it's first birthday! It is supposed to still be under warranty, however getting service and/or parts is next to impossible thru Sears. Apparently Sears has done away with their customer service. All you get is some kid telling you to bring it in, but the locations won't accept the mower. They won't even ship you parts, when you tell them what you need. First to fall off, yes, FALL OFF was a spindle that held a blade on. Next was a drive pully that broke in half at a seam, causing the belt to get tangled. What a mess. I really don't look forward to more hours on the phone.

July 21st, 2014
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Kohler V Twin 54 " Cut !! , Great for Business or Large Yards , I Bet 3 ' Of Grass wouldnt even slow it down . My Bro . in Law Has 1 and flies across the lawn , but he is gone months at atime and wont let anyone touch it . so I have to do 3 family properties on a riding Mower , much Slower , Turn Radius is uncomparable , Wish I Had 1 even Though The Rider is a blessing couldnt do it all with a push Mower !!

March 7th, 2013
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