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Craftsman 190cc* Briggs & Stratton Gold Engine, 22'' Front Drive Self-Propelled EZ Lawn Mower $236.49 pickup at Sears

DiegoNesta 10 August 30, 2013 at 07:05 AM in Online Only (10) More Sears Deals
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Craftsman 190cc* Briggs & Stratton Gold Engine, 22'' Front Drive Self-Propelled EZ Lawn Mower

http://www.sears.com/craftsman-19...ockType=G2

Sears has this machine for sale for $256.49 online for Labor day Weekend. If you use either SEARSSAVES or SUMMER20 to save another $20 on the order, the total will be $236.49 + Tax.

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Can't delete this comment........
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Hmmm...just bought this one from Costco yesterday:

http://www.costco.com/WORX-17%22-...36357.html

I like the idea of an electric mower (the Worx linked) and the battery reviews are fantastic. Throw in Costco's customer service, as well. But a 22" Craftsman definitely sounds nice. Frown Torn.
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I saw in my local store they have a clearance model 37084 mower, floor model for $169.99 plus tax.
http://www.searsoutlet.com/22-Sel...uyUsedOnly
Is it a better deal to buy that clearance model or the one in this post?
Not sure how much feature difference there are.
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Quote from dingslu View Post :
I saw in my local store they have a clearance model 37084 mower, floor model for $169.99 plus tax.
http://www.searsoutlet.com/22-Sel...uyUsedOnly
Is it a better deal to buy that clearance model or the one in this post?
Not sure how much feature difference there are.

Does anyone know how this one compares to Craftsman 160cc* Honda engine, 22'' Front Drive [sears.com]?
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Quote from sap283 View Post :
Does anyone know how this one compares to Craftsman 160cc* Honda engine, 22'' Front Drive [sears.com]?
I prefer the Honda engines on mowers because they are pretty easy to work on and have used the same base design for many years. Just my opinion though.
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Quote from ColonelCash View Post :
I prefer the Honda engines on mowers because they are pretty easy to work on and have used the same base design for many years. Just my opinion though.
I'm no expert, but I've heard the same thing.

Also, for anyone considering these, the longer you wait, the better the deals. I picked one up a few years ago for $90 in October or November.
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Any decent engine will outlast the other mower parts like the drive system. My yardman mower with Briggs and Stratton engine is 12 years old, mows a 120' x140' lawn and still starts on the 1st or 2nd pull. The only thing wrong with mine is the drive wheels have worn off all the tread and they are now slicks, but it still mows fine.
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Any decent engine will outlast the other mower parts like the drive system. My yardman mower with Briggs and Stratton engine is 12 years old, mows a 120' x140' lawn and still starts on the 1st or 2nd pull. The only thing wrong with mine is the drive wheels have worn off all the tread and they are now slicks, but it still mows fine.
Second that, but I'd personally phrase it as "Any decent engine, properly maintained"

If you aren't comfortable (Or are lazy like me LMAO) changing out the oil and sparkplug, a small-engine shop will do it for next to nothing. My local Ace usually does that for $30 or so, and throws in a blade sharpening. My ~10 year old Toro looks awful, but it's still running like a champ.

I picked this mower up in April or May when I decided to spoil myself with a self-propelled. Nothing fancy, but get's the job done. I think I paid a hair less than this including some bonus SYWR points. As a straight up price, this is a solid deal, though of course we're coming up on fall clearance.
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Quote from fitzejunk View Post :
Second that, but I'd personally phrase it as "Any decent engine, properly maintained"

If you aren't comfortable (Or are lazy like me LMAO) changing out the oil and sparkplug, a small-engine shop will do it for next to nothing. My local Ace usually does that for $30 or so, and throws in a blade sharpening. My ~10 year old Toro looks awful, but it's still running like a champ.

I picked this mower up in April or May when I decided to spoil myself with a self-propelled. Nothing fancy, but get's the job done. I think I paid a hair less than this including some bonus SYWR points. As a straight up price, this is a solid deal, though of course we're coming up on fall clearance.

Hehehehe
I have NEVER changed the oil in my lawn mowers.
First one lasted 13 years until the wife "helped" me out by cutting the lawn....and ran the mower over a fire hydrant bolt ( bent the crank )

My current mower is now on it's 14th season....always starts up the first pull.

I add oil as needed......just have never changed it.
Had to change the spark plug once though, and I do run the gas out of it at the end of the season.

Gotta love a briggs engine.
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Seems I cant read lol
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