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Lawn-Boy 20" Briggs & Stratton Electric Start Self-Propelled Gas Walk-Behind Mower

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Lawn-Boy 20" Briggs & Stratton Electric Start Self-Propelled Gas Walk-Behind Mower
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  • 1-4" Cutting Height
  • 20" Wide Cutting Deck
  • 7" Front and 8" Rear Wheels
  • 2 Year Product Warranty and 3 Year Powertrain Warranty
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Briggs and Stratton 6.25 ft. lb. gross torque engine combines ReadyStart and electric start, just turn the key and go
With Lawn-Boy's Tru-Start commitment, if the mower doesn't start in 2 pulls, lawn-boy will fix it free
Rear wheel drive self propel provides better traction in all cutting conditions let the mower do the work
20 in. wide cutting deck makes mowing easy
1-4 in. cutting height range provides the operator a perfect cut according to their needs
Multi-notched blade cuts grass into fine clippings for a clean quality of cut
Deep dome deck designed for superior mulching and bagging performance
7 in. front and 8 in. rear wheels provide solid traction to maneuver around all type of terrain
One piece handle folds down for compact storage and is rigid for repeated mowing usage
Operator bail clutch bar will stop the engine and blade within 3 seconds after release
All Lawn-Boy mowers are backed by a 2-year product warranty and a 3 year power train warranty
3-in-1 ready mower mulch and bag comes standard, side discharge chute is free upon product registration

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At first I thought this was a self-propelled fully electric mower. I was about to jump on it!

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Electric start, perfect for my Mom, she likes to mow but has a problem getting the mower started (she's 84)

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Still mowing the lawn at 84? She sounds like a bad ass! 

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juddev said:   Electric start, perfect for my Mom, she likes to mow but has a problem getting the mower started (she's 84)
  Hats off to your mom! At 84 (if I make it) I'll probably be lucky to watch someone else mow!

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oddtoddy said:   Still mowing the lawn at 84? She sounds like a bad ass! 
  She still plants her annual flower garden, mows her own lawn, rakes her own leaves and I think she will outlive me, and yes she is a badass bridge playin power to be reckoned with and I love her dearly.....and she turns 85 on Saturday.

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juddev said:   
oddtoddy said:   Still mowing the lawn at 84? She sounds like a bad ass! 
  She still plants her annual flower garden, mows her own lawn, rakes her own leaves and I think she will outlive me, and yes she is a badass bridge playin power to be reckoned with and I love her dearly.....and she turns 85 on Saturday.

 Awesome for her. 
 Clean living, kids - its where its at.  

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Happy Birthday to your mom!
 

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juddev said:   Electric start, perfect for my Mom, she likes to mow but has a problem getting the mower started (she's 84)
  The battery tend to die after a year.

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Just like my lawn tractor....you can baby them and get 2 years if your lucky.

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juddev said:   Just like my lawn tractor....you can baby them and get 2 years if your lucky.
  two words..... trickle charger

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speedy777 said:   
juddev said:   Electric start, perfect for my Mom, she likes to mow but has a problem getting the mower started (she's 84)
  The battery tend to die after a year.

  Small batteries do tend to die out quicker, however, you could remove the battery in the winter and place a battery tender on it.  Or simply replace the battery.   I recommend http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com as I have been able to get replacement batteries there for my little ATVs.  They typically are about $20 vs. the $50 they charge at WM.

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