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Craftsman 42" 19 HP Briggs & Stratton TurnTight Riding Mower

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Sears.com has Craftsman 42" 19 HP Briggs & Stratton Fast Auto TurnTight Riding Mower (25581) on sale for $1099.99. Select in-store pickup where available to save on shipping. Thanks SlickSam240

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This riding mower features an automatic transmission, with a maximum speed of 7.5 MPH and a 6" turning radius. The adjustable deck has 6 cutting heights and can be raised up to four inches off the ground. -Corwin

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Sears has Craftsman 25581 42" 19 HP Briggs & Stratton Fast Auto TurnTight Riding MowerCraftsman for $1099.99

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For anyone buying this riding mower (or any mower owners really), it is greatly beneficial to e̶m̶p̶t̶y̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶g̶a̶s̶ ̶t̶a̶n̶k̶ add fuel stabilizer to any remaining fuel in the gas tank and take the battery to a stable temperature environment (garage, basement, etc.) before storing for the winter. The mower's fuel system and battery's life (and by association, your wallet), will thank you.

edit: It seems adding fuel stabilizer is better for the mower compared to draining the tank completely. See others responses to my post for reasoning. One point that I agreed with is that an empty tank can leave metal components exposed to moist air, which can lead to rust.
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good reviews and listed as a top buy under $1500 by todaysmower.com. Seems like a steal at $1100.
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In my area 91730 in California it is coming up $720!!
$720 off..
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In my area 91730 in California it is coming up $720!!
I think you read it wrong. It's you save $720, not it's for sale at $720.
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Really need a deal on one that climbs hills.
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This is a great mower. Got it a bit cheaper in the spring. Do not buy the bagger as it is junk. The bagger broke after 2 mows, but sears did take it back. The mower is doing really well with leaves as well this fall.
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Hah, just in time for winterSmilie
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This is a great mower. Got it a bit cheaper in the spring. Do not buy the bagger as it is junk. The bagger broke after 2 mows, but sears did take it back. The mower is doing really well with leaves as well this fall.
I got it during the spring sale as well and saved with CB and SYW points. I bought the craftsman bagger as well and mine has been working great. Only gripe I have about it is that the bagger pushes down a bit more on the right side side so mows slightly uneven when cutting high. Otherwise, mower is great. Fair warning though, my battery died after about 3 months but got a free warranty replacement. Been running great since!
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Tempting buy, definitely would take the sting out of those summer mowing sessions.... but I think I'm going to just hope for a similar price in spring and not mess with it now.

I suppose it's just good to know there's mower around this price out there that isn't just junk.
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I bought the worx landroid instead. Went the entire summer without raking, bagging or taking a trip to the gas station. Gas mowers will become cheaper and cheaper as more people transition to robotic lawn mowers.
I have been considering it. Do you recommend it?
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Reminds me of my childhood. My dad bought a mower, removed blade and I drove it down the block. A belt under the tractor broke and I had to walk home, told my dad and he pushed it back home. I did not go with him, but I can imagine it was a pia to push back home.

Yeah I know this adds nothing to the deal, but it did wake a bit of memory for me, which is priceless.
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For anyone buying this riding mower (or any mower owners really), it is greatly beneficial to e̶m̶p̶t̶y̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶g̶a̶s̶ ̶t̶a̶n̶k̶ add fuel stabilizer to any remaining fuel in the gas tank and take the battery to a stable temperature environment (garage, basement, etc.) before storing for the winter. The mower's fuel system and battery's life (and by association, your wallet), will thank you.

edit: It seems adding fuel stabilizer is better for the mower compared to draining the tank completely. See others responses to my post for reasoning. One point that I agreed with is that an empty tank can leave metal components exposed to moist air, which can lead to rust.
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