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Poulan Pro 19.5hp, 42"

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Poulan Pro 19.5hp, 42"
 
3.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

My neighbor's LOVE My Poulon Lawn Tractor/42" 19.5 HP mower.

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from Carrollton, GA

Comments about Poulan Pro 19.5hp, 42":

I have Had this tractor over a Year, with complete satisfaction.

 I have drug large tree's that I cut down into a Pile wioth Horse Power left over.

 2 of My neighbor's have used it and Both said it was a Great Tractor.

 I have enjoyed this Tractor so much that I adopted the curb (county area) area and cut it

for 3 Block's down from My Home with ease and Satisfaction.

 2 of My neighbor's (1 Young Mommy, 1 older Man) are unable to do their Lawns, so I do theirs.

 This Tractor has a Briggs and Straton engine that cranks easily even in colder weather.

 It has NOT used any oil since I acquired it.

This Tractor has 6 forward gears, which I use to return home, (In 6th Gear) Very Fast after cutting the 3 Block's of curb grass.

I am considering the purchase of a 6 acre home and expect to keep it mowed without having to purchase a Bushog.

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(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The Poulan Pro Lawn Tractors are the Rolls Royce of lawn mowers

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from Gratiot, WI

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Poulan Pro Lawn Tractors are top of the line lawn mowers.  They are made in Poland.  It provides the latest and greatest features at industry leading prices.  It comes with 2 year warrranty, which is one of the longest warranties available on a lawn tractor.  It has a Briggs and Stratton Intek 19.5 horse engine, 42 inch durable thick guage steel with an Easy  Engage blade engagement and a lever hydrostatic transmission - which means you no longer need to use the clutch to change gears.   It has a step-through frame design, making it much easier to het on and off, a 16 inch turning radius, a deluxe steering wheel, a 15 inch easy slide high back seat for comfort and support while mowing.  It also features rugged cast-  iron front axle, 2 anti-scalp wheels, 18 inch tires and a 1.5 gallon gas tank.   It also has built-in cup holder, no more being thristy while mowing.   The Poulan Pro is the Rolls Royce of lawn mowers.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

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from Morris Plains, NJ

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I purchased this mower and used it sparingly.  Initially, I thought it was decent.  It mowed the lawn and came in a variety of grass lengths.  Even the foldable handle was a plus as it made for easy storage.  The Poulon seemed like a decent mower for a great price.  Then after folding it up a couple of times everything came undone.  It is a double-edged sword.  It has a "give" with the handle in order to fold but that "give" also makes for a non-solid feel to it.  Everytime I went to make a turn on my lawn the handle would give out and collapse to the ground.  Because of this it made it very difficult to mow the lawn.  I went through every nut and screw to tighten it up again but I still ended up with the same problem.  The wheels began to roll in and out even though they were as tight as possible.  Eventually, I gave up and gave the mower to my neighbor who worked on it and threw it away.  Me?  I hired a landscaper.

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