I purchased this baggier for a new mower and love it. It is tight and well built
Don't buy this bagger. I bought it for my Craftsman Pro Zero Turn riding mower. The materials are cheap and it cannot pick up dry leaves on a hot summer day without getting clogged to the deck adaptor/attachment. I know because I tried mowing slowly without the chute connected and it was still getting clogged. Also disconnecting the chute is not quick and easy once you get clogged. Almost need a see through windows and quick disconnect, but it gets clogged way too often it's ridiculous. The foam tape around the tube at the bagger end got damaged/torn first day out. Poorly designed - the bracket to mower and vertical brace are over kill (not engineered) while the bags are cheap plastic and netting, which take all the abuse. Loved my previous dual bagger system but mower was 20 years old and time to replace it. Did find that my Cyclone rake deck adapter and 8" tube works very well, in place of the Craftsman adaptor and tube. So I paid over $300 for a cheap dual bag system. Sure you read good and bad reviews, and I don't usually ever submit a review, but this bagger system is so terrible I felt I had to write. firstname.lastname@example.org
Bought item towards the end of summer last year. Took a little over an hour to assemble which wasn’t to bad. First time I used grass clippings would not get pushed up into bagger. When I took the upper tube off and tested the clippings shot out but when the upper tube was attached clippings would not get pushed into bagger. I decided to buy new blades. Once installed me blades clippings would make it to bagger. Next problem if grass is even a little wet clippings don’t make it past lower tube. If tried mowing 2 days after rain and grass is only slightly wet, clippings do not make it to bagger. When clipping do make it to bagger the bag closet to tube does not fill. Only the bag furthest away from tube fills once it is full grass clippings become clogged in tube again. Not a good product.