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Craftsman 77674 22" 4-Cycle Gas String Trimmer Mower

Item# 07177674000P | Model# 77674 | Added on December 14, 2015 |
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Craftsman 77674 22" 4-Cycle Gas String Trimmer Mower
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Love Your Lawn Again Keep your yard looking beautiful with this Craftsman 22" gas trimmer mower. Designed to tackle areas overgrown with tall brush or thick weeds, this mower-inspired trimmer is equipped with a powerful Briggs & Stratton engine. The high wheels allow you to roll easily over rough and uneven terrain for an even cut. Get out of the weeds and into the sunshine with this handy tool from Craftsman.

  • Built with a powerful 4-cycle Briggs & Stratton engine to get you through the toughest jobs
  • A 22" cutting swath clears more in less time
  • Balanced 12" wheels help you roll the trimmer over all sorts of terrain to get the job done
  • Comes with tool-less adjustable cut height
  • A free-floating guide ball protects your trimmer from damage
  • Features a pull rope for easy starting
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By lburl
February 28th, 2016
This is a Weed Eating Monster

Got tired of swinging a hand held trimmer, borrowed this beast from a neighbor. Its awesome, easy to use, rolls like a dream, and eats weeds and tumbleweeds like crazy.

24 found this review helpful
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By jsward
April 28th, 2016
Would not buy this product

I bought one of these from Sears 15 years ago, it had a tecumseh engine.I loved it and it was easy to use. It worked great until it wore out. Bought another one last June. The wheels are smaller and it is not near the quality of the old one. I used it once last year and it was hard to handle with smaller rear wheels, makes clunky sounds and hard to start. This year I couldn't get it started at all after using it only once. You can really feel the difference in quality. I hate it and would not buy another one. It feels junky.

18 found this review helpful
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Ken_Amanda
have it

After 1 year, still going strong and starts on 1st pull

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We purchased this string trimmer early last year (2018). Given some of the reviews, we waited to write this review so that we could give it a fair evaluation. Overall, it has exceeded our expectations for all of: ease of starting the engine, durability, performance, simple and quick string changes, sound, and overall satisfaction. My wife and I take turns using it, with no complaints...only praise for this great addition to our yard tools.

June 19th via sears.com
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RENALDO HOUSEWORTH
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June 16th
sean brown
| Earned 77 community points in Craftsman

Best deal

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Does great job in a large yard lawn care a plus in the browns family yard every thing from are house two are shed is craftsman

June 10th
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farmer_01

poor quality

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bought this in 2018 within 2 months the hub where the string attaches cracked. Was in the store for over 2 weeks. 2019 used the trimmer twice and the hub broke again. Took it to the store again. It's going on 4 weeks now and parts just showed up. Now waiting on the proper tools according to the store to finish repair. Been buying craftsman for 30+ years I think it's time for a change.

May 24th via sears.com
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TIMOTHY HOLT
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May 8th