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Craftsman 160cc* 22" Rear Drive Self-Propelled EZ Lawn Mower–50 States

Item# 07137094000P | Model# 37094 | Added on June 19, 2012 |
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Craftsman 160cc* 22" Rear Drive Self-Propelled EZ Lawn Mower–50 States
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Make your Lawn the Best on the Block with the Craftsman 22 inch Lawn Mower The Craftsman Rear Drive Self Propelled Mower 160cc 22inch boasts Honda's lightest and quietest engine, so you won't disturb the neighbors. Although it might be hushed and smaller than other lawnmowers, this Honda engine still produces enough power to spin the single blade easily and efficiently and cut through grass you've been letting go for a week or so. To help, the 22 inch mowing deck effortlessly adjusts with four height settings so you can take care of the long stuff or trim your lawn to that perfect length. The Craftsman 22 inch Lawn Mower is extremely comfortable to drive. An adjustable handle with Craftsman's EZ Walk Dual Trigger System lets you comfortably take control of the reliable variable speed rear gear drive system with either hand, so you no longer have to lean into it. Plus, it folds easily to take up less space in the garage or shed. EZ EZ Bagging Access allows the bagger door to stay open for easier removal, and when it comes to emptying the dust blocker grass bag, Craftsman's EZ Blade Control keeps the engine running while stopping the cutting blade with the simple release of the handle, so you never have to restart in the middle of your work of course, you don't have to bag at all since this Craftsman mower can also mulch or simply cut if you choose. And if this lawn mower is too quiet, you can also choose to let out that primal yell to let the ... read more
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By DanV
May 5th, 2012
Nice Mower

Pros: Quiet, Easy Start, nice that it runs without the blade spinning Cons: Heavy, front wheels narrower than blades, hand gets cramped holding two bars (one on each side allows to alternate hands), can't mow in corners. I waited to review until I used it a few times since the first one I got, the blades did not engage after about 15 minutes of use. Got an easy swap at Sears.

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By bridgeboy59
October 17th, 2012
Don't buy a Honda moter on your mower

I bought this mower on September 29th. I brought it home, put the oil in, filled it gas, and it started right up. However, the blade would not turn. I thought I was doing something wrong and re-read the directiions. finally I called Sears and asked to bring it back. I emptied the gas out and brought it back and they ordered a new one and I picked it up and brought it home and repeated the process. The second one started right up and the blade turned for about two bags full of clippings and then wouldn't turn any more. I brought it back and decided to give Sears one more chance before going for the ********** or Lowe's junk mowers made in China. I bought a Craftsman mower with a Briggs and Stratton motor and it has worked fine. I heard later that the Honda motor is actually made in China, but have not confirmed that.

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What a funky mower!


I never had used a rear wheel drive push mower before. The lever on the push handle is really nice because you can make it go fast or slow depending on how much you squeeze the lever. The fuel shut off valve was not easy to understand but I eventually figured out the on and off positions. When I go up small inclines the front wheels come off the ground. It took a while to get used to the lever that starts the cutting blade and I am new to these mowers. The deck is heavy duty in my opinion and the motor is small so it should use less gas.

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Craftsman lawnmower


This is the worst purchase I have ever made.....Started up nice the first few times by the third time i tried to use it it I could not get it started. My son tried to get it started my father tried to get it started. Right now it's sitting in my garage waiting to be returned. It's unfortunate but I think it was returned once before I purchased it. Guess what? it's a piece of junk don't waste your money or your time for the cost it's not even close to being worth it.

November 10th via
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Honda motor is great the drive sucks


I purchase this lawn mower last May 3, 2012. 89 days I returned it because the drive broke. Sears gave me a new one. Two weeks later the B&S motor wouldn't start, took it back and paid the difference to get a Honda motor and ext. warranty. June 2013 I took it back because the drive broke. They keep it for 5 weeks because the repair depot was busy. They couldn't get drives. Today I took the lawn mower back for a broken drive. The Honda motor always starts but the drive is plastic and cheap.

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Not for me


Mower back fired and was hard to start. Kept stalling, factory throttle settings wrong. Even when adjusted, still kept stalling and backfiring. When taken for return, service people were in no hurry to help and kept taking other "buying" customers first. Was given third degree about why I was returning the product.

August 4th via
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It runs smooth with out effort

July 23rd via
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