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Craftsman 37860 21" 160cc Honda Engine Rear Wheel Drive Lawn Mower

Item# 07137860000P | Model# 37860 | Added on December 27, 2017 |
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Craftsman 37860 21" 160cc Honda Engine Rear Wheel Drive Lawn Mower
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Precise Cutting Performance Take on any yard with power and performance with the Craftsman 37860 21" 160 cc Honda rear wheel drive lawn mower. High rear wheels let you handle multiple terrains, from tall grass to rolling hills, with ease.  Mow at your own speed with a dual trigger controlled variable speed drive. This lawn mower helps you get a perfect cut every time.

  • Great for handling multiple terrains and lawns up to 1/2 acre
  • 21" cutting deck
  • Powered by a 160 cc, OHC Honda engine delivers precise cutting performance
  • Auto  Choke makes starting the engine fast and easy
  • A dual-trigger drive system has variable speeds to suit the pace of the user
  • 6 cutting positions and single-lever adjustment
  • Deck wash attachment makes cleaning the underside of the deck simple
  • 3-in-1 capability to mulch, side discharge or bag clippings
  • 11" rear wheels for smooth operation over rough terrain
  • 3-position adjustable handle
  • 2.2BU Dustblocker+™ Bag allows for fewer stops to empty the bag
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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By Gidget2018
October 24th, 2018
Best lawn mower I ever owned

Starts  up every time with a half pull. EZY full shut off for winter. Multiple speeds and a deck wash system

2 found this review helpful
Criticism
By adb1778
May 5th, 2018
Great the first year will not start for the second year

Ok At the end of last summer I closed the gas shut off valve let the engine run dry and stored it for the winter. There was plenty of fuel stabilizer to last into this summer. I had followed the same procedure for many years with an old 80s Briggs and Stratton and it worked fine. This thing, not even a hit of starting. Either the gas shut off valve leaked or the stabilizer failed or the carburetor on this Honda engine is not designed correctly. Since this never happened before with my old mower I am inclined to say it is the engine.

1 found this review helpful
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JOSE NAVARRO ORTIZ
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April 10th
Gidget2018

Best lawn mower I ever owned

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Starts  up every time with a half pull. EZY full shut off for winter. Multiple speeds and a deck wash system

October 24th via mobile
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Suryani Gutierrez
| Earned 15 community points in Ready to Move

Mowing grass is a breeze with this high wheel, self propeller lawn mower from Craftsman.

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I bought this lawn mower for my husband. He used to have the kind of mower that he had to push it all the way. Now with this Craftsman, mowing the yard doesn't require so much energy because the mower help with the pushing.

August 31st
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Tophors

Mower seems decent, but has drive control issues

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I bought this mower because it seemed a good sturdy mower and I have have good luck with craftsman in the past. Mower starts on first or second pull (so far).

Biggest issue is the the drive control. There are 4 speed settings but when set to 4 it immediately reverts back to 2 or 3 when engaging the drive control. If I am very gentle when engaging the drive it might stay and 4 for a short time but almost always clicks down to 3 (or 2). I returned the mower (Sears would not refund my money because the mower had been used but did a warranty exchange) and the new one seems better.

Another minor issue is with the TBolts that secure the bar to the mower. The holes do not line up very nicely and it was very difficult to **** in the bolts. (Needed to use Channel Locks to **** them in).

June 13th via sears.com
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