Craftsman 160cc* Honda Engine, 22'' 3-in-1 Rear-Propelled MowerItem# 07137491000 | Model# 37491
|Dimensions and Capacity:|
|Bag Capacity (CuFt):||2.3|
|Cutting Width (In.):||22|
|Fuel Capacity (gal.):||0.25|
|Recommended Oil & Capacity:||20 oz|
|Color and Styling:|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||94|
|Included with Item:|
|Engine Oil Included:||Yes|
|Package Contents:||Mower, Bottle of Oil, Owners Manual, Set-Up Guide, Packing Materials|
|Handles Fold For Easy Storage:||Yes|
|Number of Handle Height Positions:||3-position|
|Assembly Required:||Fully Assembled|
|Blade Stop Feature:||No|
|Blade Width (in.):||22|
|Number of Cutting Positions:||9|
|Engine Lubrication System:||Splash|
|Engine Series:||Honda OHC|
|Engine Displacement (cc):||160|
|Has Remote Choke:||No|
|Housing Material:||All Metal|
|Spark Plug Part Number:||See engine company for details|
|Speed Control:||Variable Speed - Single Trigger|
|Starter Type:||Pull Start|
|Wheels & Tires:|
|Drive Control:||Rear wheel drive|
|Front Tire Size:||8 x 1.75 in.|
|Front Wheel Type:||Fixed Forward|
|Rear Tire Size:||8 x 1.75 in.|
|Cutting Deck Material:||Steel|
|Cutting Deck Type:||Precision cut|
|Cutting Height Adjustment Type:||Four position|
|Cutting Height Range:||1.25" - 3.50"|
|Disposal by Bagging:||Yes - included|
|Disposal by Rear Discharge:||No|
|Disposal by Side Discharge:||Yes - installed|
|Air Filter Type:||Paper/foam|
|High Rear Wheels:||No|
Ratings & Reviews
22" 3-in-1 Rear-Drive Mower Powerful And Versatile
Whether your grass is barely high enough to cut or whether you're tackling a spring's worth of growth, you can get the job done quickly and easily with the Craftsman 22" 3-in-1 rear-drive mower. Choose from four cutting heights and nine cutting positions. Bag your clippings, discharge them, or mulch. Pick the most comfortable handle position for you. Those are just a few of the makes-life-easy choices that this mower gives you.
This 22" 3-in-1 rear-drive Mower is easy to maneuver, and the rear-wheel drive makes it easy to push, too. Control the speed with a single trigger, and when you're through the handle folds down for easy storage.
- When the country's top toolmaker teams up with one of the world's top engine makers you get the Craftsman 22" 3-in-1 rear-drive mower, a machine that's long-lasting, precise and hard-working
- The mower has a Honda 160cc OHC engine
- CARB rated for all 50 states
- Rear-drive variable speed
- Single trigger drive control
- Four cutting heights and nine cutting positions
- Precision cutting with a steel blade, with a range of 1.25" to 3.50"
- Blade locks for safety
- Handle folds for easy storage
- Pick which of the three handle positions is most comfortable for mowing
- Dispose of clippings by bagging or by side discharge
- Mower is mulch read
- Easy bagging access for quick removal
- Dustblocker cloth grass bag holds 2.3 cubic feet of clippings
- 8 x 1.75 inch poly tires
- Overall dimensions: 37.25"x26.25"x20.69"
- Item weight: 94 pounds
- Package includes the mower, a bottle of oil, owners manual and set-up Guide
- Comes fully assembled
Added on February 15, 2013
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Most Helpful Reviews
She works like a champ. It does everything I expected of it and more. The self propelled trans really makes it on me being over 60 years old.
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It broke today, after 1 month....The reason I bought this lawn mower was because it had a Honda engine on it but what I should of remembered was that this has craftsman parts attached to it as well. With that in mind and the price being so high I didn't think I was going to have any problems. The last craftsman product I bought was a power drill and within days it broke but that was a few years ago. I thought they would improve on their products but nope. The first day I ran this lawn mower I bent the front metal undercoat by going over my 2'' sidewalk. This cheap scrap metal went into my blade and after a few turns of the blade, you could hear a loud grind of metal against metal which could be heard around the neighborhood. I turned off the lawn mower and hit the cheap scrap metal back to the front with a hammer so I could continue to cut the grass. The second grass cutting experience. I use the side plastic port to spit out the grass instead of using the bag. The plastic cover clips on the side ejection port is so cheap. I broke one of the clips on it. The engine is so powerful it will spit out anything in comes in contact with. Be careful because you will break a window if you ever come in contact with a rock. That's what happened to me, it spit out a little rock and pushed the plastic side cover which broke the front clip. Reminder, You have to have both clips in order to keep the plastic cover on. If your like me and don't have time to take it to get fix, you just fix it yourself. I fixed it by putting a self tap screw and drilled it into my metal frame from the top of the plastic cover. On this same day which is today for me. The blade from the bottom came off. I don't know how but it did and now I can't even find the bottom bolt which keeps the blade intact. I'm sure it flew across the yard since the engine is powerful. I owned a Toro brand lawn mower before and that's what I should of stuck with. I'm a 28 year old man that needs to call a friend to borrow a lawn mower since half of my grass is cut. Now, Lets see how quick Sears warranty service is.
Had a hard time starting the mower after just having taken it out of the box. I almost returned it because I was getting blisters on my hands from pulling the rope and I couldn't get it started. It then came to me the gas I was using was about 3 months old,so I thought I'd give it one more try with fresh gas.Got some fresh gas from the pump,emptied the fuel tank,put the fresh gas in,started on 2nd pull. I still find it somewhat odd that it didn't want to start on the old fuel,when another mower I have, identical Honda engine, starts first pull on the old gas. So if you're having a hard time starting it,try some fresh 93 octane gas from the pump and throw some fuel stabilizer in there. RWD is great compared to my other push mower,and the hose attachment for self cleaning is great, I use it every time. It is also much heavier than the push mower,but since it's self propelled it doesn't really matter.I think the extra weight is in the thicker sturdier deck, because again, the engines are identical. Overall a good mower with a good engine,just picky on gas.
what can I say, I love my lawnmower so much that my son recently bought his first home and for a house warming gift I bought him the same one. He loves it too!
El Paso, TX
This is definitely the best lawnmower I have ever owned. It was also a great price. Sears have some of the best sales in the country around this time of the year.
Bought this on sale in the winter for about $250. Good mower for the price paid, I don't think I would pay full retail for this though. Honda engines have good reliability
Ordered this item on line after checking it out at store. Have always had good luck with Craftsman products and last mower had a Honda engine which was reliable for over 8 years. So far am very pleased with my purchase.
Vernon Hill, VA
I am very pleased with my mower. The rear wheel drive works much better than my front wheel drive mower on hills. The Honda engine is second to none and I expect the typical exceptional Honda reliability too!