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http://www.homedepot.com/p/t/204225863

$199 now $149 - $10 w/ code JUNEHD
= $139

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(for Small to Medium Sized Lawns


PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
SM2110 push lawn mower has a powerful 139 cc Magna Force OHV engine and will accommodate small to medium size yards. The 21.0 in. Cyclonic Force all steel deck create smaller grass clippings to revitalize your lawn. A total of four manual cutting positions are available and includes mulch or side discharge options.

•139 cc Magna Force OHV engine with manual recoil start
•360° flanged mulch deck with cyclonic force technology
•2-in-1 mulch deck with side discharge
•Four position wheel height adjusters
•7.0 in. front and rear wheels
•EPA only
•Made in USA with global and domestic components
•MFG Model # : SM2110
•MFG Part # : SM2110

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Southland 21" Mower
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Terrible lawn mower. Probably will be the worst I've ever dealt with. The engine or blade is weak and often there are uncut dandilions. The wheels are not adjustable and you need to take them off, and put them on to raise or lower the machine, which makes it a chore. It only came with enough handle bolts for each side when it can fit 2 on each side. Even using power tools to put in those bolts, having only one on each side makes pushing it very unstable. I went and found 2 more bolts to put in to stabilize the bar.... well even though it looks like there are 2 bolts on each side for the base of the bar... holes were only drilled for one on each side. The mower has holes drilled for 2 on each side, but not the bar itself. Without a stable bar, turning even the slightest direction makes it difficult. The grass exit out the side hooks on so it can be easily shipped, but sometimes after use, it can become unlatched and fall off. No big deal though. What is a big deal is even using power tools to put the wheels on... after some uses one of the wheels fell off and I couldn't find where the nut went that was holding it on.

There's a reason this was so cheap with free shipping. The fact this was made in the USA and didn't include enough bolts or holes to stabilize the handebar is offensive. Beware.



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