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Yard Force 22" Self-Propelled 3N1 Gas Mower w/ Briggs & Stratton 675EXi 163cc Engine $250 for Sam's Club Members + Free Club Pickup

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Sam's Club [samsclub.com] has Yard Force 22" Self-Propelled 3N1 Gas Mower w/ Briggs & Stratton 675EXi 163cc Engine for $249.98 w/ free shipping for Plus members. Membership required.
  • Self-propelled rear wheel drive
  • Made in USA Briggs & Stratton 675EXi 163cc Professional Series engine
  • 3-in-1 Cutting Options:
    • Rear bag, mulching, side-discharge
  • ReadyStart® Engine Technology: Check & Add™ oil never needs changing
  • Class leading single-handle height adjustment
  • 22" steel deck
  • Cutting Height: 7-position single lever height adjustment: 1.25" – 3.75"
  • Wheel Size: 12" rear / 8" front
  • Handle: Folds in center with quick-turn knobs
  • Warranty: 2-year warranty on engine & chassis
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Rear wheel drive and high rear wheels are a plus. Nothing super special, but you'd probably pay more for an equivelant troy bilt or whatever at Lowes.
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Quote from RugerRedhawk :
Rear wheel drive and high rear wheels are a plus. Nothing super special, but you'd probably pay more for an equivelant troy bilt or whatever at Lowes.
RWD is only beneficial if you have unlevel terrain. FWD is preferred for level terrain.
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Costco has a better one + a blower combo for sale at $299 beginning today


Yard Force 21" Gas Mower with 20V Leaf Blower https://www.costco.com/yard-force...39363.html
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Personal mower maintenance question:. If I am too lazy to take the blade off, after mowing wet grass, can I successfully sharpen it for a minute with a file , or would I require a hand held grinder?
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Quote from rajshekarr :
Costco has a better one + a blower combo for sale at $299 beginning today


Yard Force 21" Gas Mower with 20V Leaf Blower https://www.costco.com/yard-force...39363.html
What's the warranty on this mower? Can't seem to find it on the product page.
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What's the warranty on this mower? Can't seem to find it on the product page.
It says Costco...so
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Quote from sorbitol :
Personal mower maintenance question:. If I am too lazy to take the blade off, after mowing wet grass, can I successfully sharpen it for a minute with a file , or would I require a hand held grinder?
I use a dremel with the tool grinder attachment.
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Oil never needs changing? That sounds a little concerning.

I am also questioning the cutting heights. I typically mow at 3-1/2" to 3-3/4" but that is the highest it will go. Any lower and you start scalping roots and parts of the lawn.

As for sharpening the blade. You should be doing that every 50 hours. Wet or dry doesn't really matter. You should also be scraping the deck out after every use to prevent it from building up too much and rusting out. You could also drill in a port to attach a water hose. Hook the hose up, turn the water on and engage the blades.
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Quote from fsu67 :
What's the warranty on this mower? Can't seem to find it on the product page.
same as sams...2yrs...
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Quote from sorbitol :
Personal mower maintenance question:. If I am too lazy to take the blade off, after mowing wet grass, can I successfully sharpen it for a minute with a file , or would I require a hand held grinder?
Taking a blade off is easy, it would be more work to try to sharpen in place vs grab a wooden block and socket and take the blade off and sharpen like you are supposed to
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Oil never needs changing? That sounds a little concerning.
It must burn so much oil that filling it all the time counts as a change. Otherwise it would just turn to sludge.
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Taking a blade off is easy, it would be more work to try to sharpen in place vs grab a wooden block and socket and take the blade off and sharpen like you are supposed to
I meant on the job, when cutting 1 foot weeds & grass. I typically use a metal filer, but doesn't work as well as taking the $150 mower to get serviced.
I guess I'll check Harbor Freight for a portable lithium grinder or Dremel that I can plug into a 125w inverter.
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More power and basically an unlimited run time.

If you have a very small lawn an electric would be fine.

My parents have a 40V blower and its fine for small, quick jobs. Anything else I go for the Stihl handheld blower or backpack blower. There is no comparison in run time and power.
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