Craftsman M275 159cc 21-Inch 3-in-1 High-Wheeled Self-Propelled FWD Gas Powered Lawn Mower, with Bagger, Red

4 out of 5
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Perfect your lawn with Craftsman 159cc 21″ 3-In-1 self-propelled FWD lawn mower. Powered by a 159cc engine with an electric start & auto choke, this self-propelled front-wheel drive lawn mower is equipped with both side & rear discharge & mulching capabilities. The front wheel drive is propelled…

3 reviews for "Craftsman M275 159cc 21-Inch 3-in-1 High-Wheeled Self-Propelled FWD Gas Powered Lawn Mower, with Bagger, Red"

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     I like my new lawn mower, however, getting the bag on to the metal form was by no means, easy! You have to open up the clips a few times to get them more pliable for assembly. After you put the form inside of the bag and attach the first clips, I noticed that if I put my body weight onto the form allowing it to bend, the clips went on more easily. Also, you want to trim the plastic lip that sticks out from the clips so that it will seat properly onto the mower. If you don’t, it will throw grass clippings up into the air and into your face! I used a pair of wire cutters to trim all of that plastic off and now it works perfectly. It’s a tough job though.The other thing that I realized was that you HAVE got to pull the bars up from the bottom to make sure that you have put it together properly! If you don’t, the string will not pull and it seems as though it is locked up! I had to go back and re-read the directions!! You can not just lift the handle, tighten the screws and start! You have got to pull the lower section of the handle out and lengthen the handle. If you don’t, then the blade will catch the lower handle ( which is inside of the mower deck) and it will appear as though it is locked up. I made this mistake as well. I hope this helps others!

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    I assembled it. (Handle) added the oil (included) added gas. Charged the battery and installed it. I decided to try pull starting it. Pulled the cord twice and it started. So far it’s everything I had hoped it world be. The electric start works great as well. It’s fairly expensive but you get what you pay for.

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    Cuts well, even mulched decently without swapping to a mulching blade. Some parts feel cheaper than past craftsman mowers I’ve had, namely the fwd lever (although fwd runs smoothly) and the levers that wheel height. I can see those needing replacing at some point. Also, mine came with the fwd belt DETACHED. After spending a lot of time tightening and loosening, I popped off the housing above the front wheels and saw the belt just hanging off. It was very easy to put it back on, but that’s weird. Not sure if don’t on purpose, but I can see the average user having no clue what to do with that. Anyone can fix it though, so if your mower doesn’t self-propel, just look that up on YouTube and you can put the belt back on without tools (maybe a flathead to pop off the little cover.). Overall, for the price and a two year warranty, it’s solid.

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