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Craftsman 190cc* Briggs & Stratton Engine, High-Wheel Rear Bag Push Mower


Give Your Lawn the Best with this Craftsman Lawn Mower

The Craftsman 190cc High Wheel Push Mower is one of Craftsman's most efficient mowers. Powered by a Briggs & Stratton® Gold Engine Series 190cc* engine (6.75 ft.-lbs. gross torque), it delivers dependable starting performance, durability and an extra long life. Smooth Start plus delivers easy-to-pull consistency and surefire starting - includes exclusive MRS spark plug plus no-prime, no-choke convenience. The Precision Plus™ cutting system delivers high-performance bagging and mulching with a durable blade, giving your lawn a manicured appearance.

Equipped with this Craftsman Lawn Mower means you enjoy a large, 21 in. 3-in-1 deck with side discharge bagging or mulching capabilities to put nutrients back into your lawn. The specialized deck design extends beyond the wheels for more precise trimming and edging. Plus, you'll save time with dual-point deck-height adjusters with six versatile positions. This mower has flexible cutting height positions ranging from 1-1/4 in. to 3-3/4 in. to cover most lawns or grass types. An adjustable, three-position handle adjusts to your height for optimal comfort. 1 inch rear wheels and low 7 inch front wheels provide exceptional maneuverability over terrain. The mulch plug is built into the deck to recycle clippings and encourage a healthier lawn. Exclusive front deck handle protects the deck and allows for easy deck adjustments.

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Great mower


Great mower. I have had many over the years and this is probably my favorite. Always starts within 1 or two pulls unless it's been sitting for a long time. Enough power for dense, tall grass. Cuts very clean lines, even over uneven terrain.

South Dakota


Mows the lawn well.


We have about an acre of lawn in total and I did not want to, or have the money to, buy a riding lawn mower that would not really be used for that large of an area. I wanted to make sure the mower that I bought was easy to push and would get the job done quickly but most importantly that it would do the job well. I settled on this Craftsman 6.75 Toque push lawn mower. I am very satisfied with it. It is easy to start up and it pushes very easily, even up the slight slope that we have in our backyard, it makes it easy and quick to get it done. The bag actually holds a whole lot of the cut grass if it is not super long, I only have to empty it about three times for my entire yard as long as my grass has not gotten out of control. It does not need a lot of gas and actually a tank in it lasts a long time without having to be refilled. This mower will shut off if the bag gets full or if you hit something like a large rock, which is nice because you can not overfill the bag. This mower will be used for many years in our house and I could not be happier with its performance.



Craftsman 6.75 lawn mower gets the job done.


This Craftsman mower has been "ridden hard and put away wet" more times than I care to admit. I do hose it down after most uses, but not always. It always starts - always. Our neighbor's very expensive foriegn brand mower has been in the shop every year and fails to start in the cooler months. They borrow our Craftsman because it always starts. Now, they say it doesn't leave as nice a cut as theirs does, which might be true, but then again, it might help if I sharpen the blade every once in a while. It is as simple a mower as you can get other than a manual rotary mower. A little maintanence, gasoline and away it goes. The oil gets changed every few years, the air filter as well. It gets hosed down after each use - usually. Other than that, it just goes. No special treatment, no seasonal tune-ups. Some will say I'm foolish treating it this way, but it's just a mower, and a good one at that especially for the price.

Lancaster, PA


Affordable Durable Mower


I bought this mower looking for a rugged budget model and haven't been dissapointed. The large back wheels are great for mowing over my bumpy backyard and seem to make it a bit easier to push up small slopes. The mower as advertized is easy to start and I've yet to have to take more than one attempt to rev it up even after being left unused for an extended period of time. Maintenace is pretty basic and minimal with oil and filter changes recommended every year although that even seems a bit excessive judging by the light color and lack of heavy particule in the oil or on the air filter. The blade it came with however was a bit dissapointing, I had to sharpen it within the first year and even then it's never cut as smooyhly as I'd like.

Yakima, WA


Craftsman 190cc* Briggs & Stratton Engine, High-Wheel Rear Bag Push Mower

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