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Craftsman 71-24644 44" High-Speed Lawn Sweeper

Item# 07124644000P | Model# 71-24644 | Added on January 2, 2014 |
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Craftsman 71-24644 44" High-Speed Lawn Sweeper
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Sweep Away When it's time to clean up your lawn, use this Craftsman lawn sweeper tractor attachment to get it done in a single pass. From leaves to grass clippings and small lawn debris, this lawn tool sweeps it all away with reinforced brushes into a large hamper. With a wide 44" sweeping path, this sweeper gets more done in less time so you can get back to your spot on the couch to catch your favorite show with plenty of time to spare.

  • A large 26 cu. ft. hamper capacity lets you store 19 bushels worth of grass clippings, leaves and lawn debris
  • 12" reinforced brushes whisk yard waste into the bag
  • A 44" wide sweeping path clears more space in less time
  • The offset hitch adds up to 25" of sweeping path with every pass
  • An 8.5:1 brush to wheel ratio quickly sweeps up your lawn, even when you're riding at low speeds or in thicker terrain
  • Brush-height adjustment with a single knob adjusts brushes for better passes every time
  • Rope dumping mechanism make it easy to clean out your hamper
  • Large-diameter wheels give you the traction you need
  • Collapsible design for easy storage
  • Features a spring-loaded bag with on/off release
  • Brush shaft ball bearings add performance and durability
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Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
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By IDclaire
April 22nd, 2014
The Boom

We had one before decide to upgrade to a larger one after 18 years using the older one. The 44 inch pick up is just the boom. It locks in place, does not spin, aiways picking up and work is over before you know it. I am picking up an acre of property. Great job Sears

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By BrankF
December 11th, 2015
Expected better quality

It took me about 1.5 hours to put it together so it wasn't that difficult to put together and the directions were pretty good. Now I will say, I used this late in the season and there was a THICK blanket of wet leaves in some areas of the yard and maybe that cause a problem? When I hit stick the wheels would lock up which I guess depending on the size of the stick is to be expected so I'll give them that. But when I hit an area of thick wet leaves..say a lose inch of wet leaves it would jam up and the wheels would lock so I'd have to stop and clear the debri. Now this was my first time usage so I wasn't sure what to expect. But I notice later a "knocking" sound so I stopped and went to take a look at what the issue now was. I noticed that one of the brushes had broken a 1/4 bolt. there are two of these bolts that hold the brush onto the spinning shaft. So if one bolt breaks it kind of flops around. So I had a replacement bolt in about the right size but it kept breaking. I must have replaced that bolt 3 times. I'm not sure that bolt is supposed to be some sort of shear pin so that if the brush gets stuck the bolt just breaks? But the original bolt broke, and the replacement bolts (which were NOT the same as the original Bolts) broke as well...maybe because they weren't as strong as the original? So for the first time out it was kind of frustrating because if I set the brush any higher it wouldn't pick anything up. I'm not sure it's because my lawn isn't completely flat in ALL areas and maybe that's what cause it to get hung up? Because in other areas where there were leaves and the ground was picked up the leaves very nicely. So I finally got the lawn cleared and I was putting the sweeper away. As I was pushing it around I heard one side (wheel) making what sounded like a stripped gear sound...just didn't sound solid. The other wheel when I moved it sounded tight...solid. So I think I also have a gear problem too. So overall, this thin just seems a little to flimsy for my yard. If I set it higher it doesn't pick up anything. I set it lower and it picks up nicely on the flat areas, but the brushes may get caught up and it snaps those 1/4 bolts. Why the gears on one side are making that noise is beyond me but if the wheel get's stuck due to an that really enough pressure to destroy a gear? I'm hoping the gears are at least some form of metal but they're probably plastic? I would NOT recommend this to anyone who has a yard that is not perfectly flat.

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Easy to assemble
Works great..should have got one years ago

October 24th via mobile
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This sweeper requires way too many tweaks (self installed) to work 1/2 way efficiently.

September 4th
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Overpriced for cheap manufacturing


Plastic great drives failed after little use. Expected better from Craftsman, my mistake

September 2nd via mobile
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I called the parts dept they informed me that the Craftsman mower needed this part and I ordered it online but it was the wrong part . It costed over $300 and now they will not gave me back my money even though they gave me the wrong part

August 22nd via
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Very satisfied


The product went together well from the box. It performs very well on my yard. Hopefully it will last for many years.

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