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Craftsman 21" 190cc* Rear Bag High Wheel Push Lawn Mower w/ MRS Non CA

Item# 07138918000P | Model# 11A-B25G099 | Added on May 16, 2012 | Seller:
Craftsman 21" 190cc* Rear Bag High Wheel Push Lawn Mower w/ MRS Non CA
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The Briggs & Stratton 21 inch High Wheel Lawn Mower Powers Through Thick and Thin
Built with the revolutionary MRS (Most Reliable Starting) system, the Craftsman Rear Bag High Wheel Push Mower 190cc fires up fast, so you can spend more time trimming down thick weeds and taming wild lawns. Get out of the shed and stop messing with that frustrating old mower, get a powerful tool that delivers dependable service every time you pull the cord.
A hotter spark and rapid-fire starting aren't the only advantages to bringing home this 21 inch High Wheel Lawn Mower. Featuring the powerful Briggs and Stratton Platinum 190cc
  • 7.0 Torque Engine, this lawn mower produces 7 foot-pounds of torque enabling its spinning blade to tear through the densest growth and deal easily with both brush and wet grass. Equipped with a 3-in-1 deck, this lawn mower gives you the options you need whether you're looking to bag, spread or mulch your cuttings, it's completely up to you. And with the exclusive Craftsman Dust Blocker bag, this lawn mower helps protect those sensitive to clippings, pollen and dust, so you can cut the grass and breathe easier at the same time. With traction heavy wheels, a powerful engine and built to last, this mower makes the perfect addition to any shed or garage. Bring this Craftsman mower home today and see how reliable service and the power to get the job done can be yours for years.
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wouldnt recommend


after ^ 6 months had starting problems after 1 year wouldnt start at all . had a mclane reel mower that lasted almost 20 yrs never had a problem ! had to rebuild carburator.WARNING !!! YOU MUST DRAIN GAS TANK IF MOWER WILL BE SITTIN OVER A MONTH IT WILL VARNISH THE GAS AND U WILL HAVE PROBLEMS!

February 26th
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Spark plug fouls easy.Powerful enough for hard use, but not tough enough. Cuts out won't restart.


I actually have the Platinum 6.75hp rather than the 7. But close enough. It is a Briggs & Stratton. And I bought it to replace my previous craftsman(also a B&S)mower that finally went out(white smoke everywhere) on me after 10 yrs. I mow 3/4 an acre once a week, sometimes from Feb. to Dec. (when I fertilize in the fall it stays green and just keeps going) I do not like this mower as well. I thought the quick start would be nice....but it's a pain. If I mow wet grass higher than my ankles(sometimes in the spring it can't be avoided) It costs me a spark plug. They foul up with carbon real easy, then it won't start. Sometimes you can clean up the plug and finish, but in 2 years I've been through 3. They say to change it every yr. anyway right? Well my last craftsman only went through 3 in 10yrs. It is powerful, smooth & easy start most the time. But this Spring is 3rd season I've owned this mower an it is froze up solid, half way through 3rd use. Can't even turn it.

May 13th
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