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YMMV - SNAPPER SP55 21" Gas 3-in-1 FWD Lawn Mower - Walmart $124

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YMMV - Walmart has some Snapper 21" self-propelled gas mowers marked down to $124. See brickseek link below.

https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...u=54778313

Product Features
  • Best for small-to-large sized yards up to 1 acre with flat terrain
  • Self-propelled single-speed front-wheel drive system propels the mower forward with little effort
  • Premium High-performance Briggs and Stratton 140cc OHV 550ex Series Engine features the ReadyStart, no prime, no choke system, just pull for power
  • Choose your cut finish with 3-in-1 cutting deck: mulch, bagging or side discharge
  • Dual-lever height adjustment with 6 cutting positions, adjust based on grass type
  • Durable 8" front and rear mower wheels, best for cutting on mostly flat lawns with obstacles
  • Convenient deck wash-out port keeps mower clean with garden hose
  • Adjustable rubber grip handle provides comfort
  • Mulch plug included, helps put nutrients back into the soil
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • Model# 12A-A2BE707


https://www.walmart.com/ip/SNAPPE...e/54778313
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Several at my location Smilie
Thanks OP
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Thanks OP
Check on this one too - it's a longer shot, but you might get lucky.
https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=369332869

163cc with variable speed.
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Check on this one too - it's a longer shot, but you might get lucky.
https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=369332869

163cc with variable speed.
A bunch near me for $154. Seems like a good deal! Thanks for the comment.
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OOS for me :"(
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Nice prices but....fwd? Meh at best......sorry.
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Does anybody else feel issues with a front wheel wheel drive? Kind of awkward and prone to skidding. I own a RWD.
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Does anybody else feel issues with a front wheel wheel drive? Kind of awkward and prone to skidding. I own a RWD.
Real men use no-wheel drive, they are way lighter you can throw them around and you can mow backwards

OOS on both models near me. I
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Real men use no-wheel drive, they are way lighter you can throw them around and you can mow backwards

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Real, real men can mow backwards with a self-propelled.
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Real, real men can mow backwards with a self-propelled.
Real men can mow the back yard with a open shaving blade.
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Real men can mow the back yard with a open shaving blade.
Yes, why yes they can. 🤔 It might take an extra 15 mins.
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Does anybody else feel issues with a front wheel wheel drive? Kind of awkward and prone to skidding. I own a RWD.
No issues.

If you want more traction, gently pull up on the handle to put pressure on the front wheels.... which happens naturally when going uphill.
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Really nice deal OP! FWD is not as good as RWD but at that price it's worth dealing with it. Any self propelled is way better than non.
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Real, real men can mow backwards with a self-propelled.
Lol 😂
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Does anybody else feel issues with a front wheel wheel drive? Kind of awkward and prone to skidding. I own a RWD.
I have always had fwd until my most recent purchase of a rwd. I prefer the fwd because whenever I jockey the mower around
to different positions I lift the front wheels and pivot on the rear. Nice to quickly stop the forward momentum without disengaging the drive mechanism.
Different strokes for different folks Peace
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