Was waiting to pick up something there yesterday and they had a stack of new clearance tags that hadn't been put out. Found this one interesting. None in stock in my area. http://i38.tinypic.com/30huaf7.jpg
Looks like the item number is 38451 (bottom right corner of pic 071/38451). I couldn't find on sears.com but did find the mower referenced at sears outlet. At least it will give you the specs to see if its worth a drive to your local sears....
1) I own a Sears Outlet Center Husqvarna mower. I'm ambivalent about the quality. It's not a complete piece of junk, and it's not great. Probably 2-2.5 out of 5.
2) I don't have the larger rear wheels on my model and have read that they are purely a gimmick and have no real benefit. Please feel free to add to this part of this discussion.
3) BOTTOM LINE: I'd buy a Toro, Honda, or other mower higher rated by Consumer Reports (usually you can get free reads at your local library and our county library even gives us free online access!). Mowers really can be a "you get what you pay for" scenario. Typically, you'll pay more in the long run buying junky mowers...
SIDE NOTE: I have a Black & Decker CORDLESS electric rechargeable for a 1/3 acre lot with a large home on it and I just get the yard mowed on a single charge. Highly Recommended.
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