Specifications & Dimensions
|Item Weight (lbs.):||2.3 lbs.|
|Mower Application:||Walk Behind Mower|
Ratings & Reviews
Fits Sears/Craftsman® Walk-Behind mowers with 22" decks. This blade has a Round center hole design. 60% More blade cutting surface delivers exceptional mulching and bagging performance which allows you to bags up to 50% more grass. Reduces thatch build-up, helps to create a healthier and neater looking lawn. For Craftsman® Models starting with 917.XXXXX. For Craftsman® Walk-Behind Mowers using part numbers: 850973, 14114, 114886, 157101, 335256.
Added on October 21, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
Interesting design but did not seem like it does what it claims. The clippings did not seem any smaller than the blade that came with the Craftsman mover which was recently sharpened. The grass clipping after a week since last mow were compared side by side. The fins on the Adv blade seems to make the mower louder which is probably the wind resistance from the curved up fins. This constant wind resistance I would assume putting an unnecessary load on the motor which I think will in turn reduces the efficiency of the mower (eating more gas) while turning out the same grass clippings.
i purchased this blade in hope i would stop leaving grass clumps as i cut my lawn.I did not accomplish this but the cut i get looks awesome.I have two of the same machines,one leaves turds the other does not.Two different blades i tried, end result was the same.
North Royalton, OH
I purchased this mower blade on clearance. It fits my 22 inch Poulan Push Mower perfectly! This blade is heavier than the original blade on the Poulan Mower. I would definitely recommend this blade!
I paid $25 for this blade from Sears and I'm very disappointed with, wish I could return it but I don't have the receipt. I've mowed twice with the blade and it cuts uneven and leaves grass uncut. The blade clogs my deck up and leaves clumps of grass in the yard. My original 7 year old 22' blade that came with the mower did much better job. Don't waste your money on this blade.
Yorktown Heights, NY
I was somewhat disappointed with this blade. It did indeed produce smaller grass clippings, however, it did not have the increased pick-up power as claimed, in fact, I experienced a decrease in pick-up power. In addition, my lawn seemed to be very uneven - many blades of grass were left uncut, especially down the center of my cut. I think I'm going to return this product and will continue to use my traditional mulching blade.
This blade was a "special offer" for purchase with the Craftsman 190cc* 22'' Front Drive Self-Propelled EZ Lawn Mower (Sears Item# 07137041000 | Model# 37041) but no mention was made regarding an adapter that is needed to make this blade fit. It's going back, unless Sears can provide such an adapter. This was not a minor purchase for me; I expected better.
After dealing with a Craftsman 22" lawnmower for 7 years, I spoke with my wife on there has to be a better way to mulch our leaves from the many trees we have in our yard. Our children is gone now and we aren't as young as we use to be. The yard isn't big enough to purchase a riding mower but hilly enough to where it is taxing. We purchased a self-propelled mower and it helped but then the bagging was still aggravating, it filled up way to fast. So I went online to Sears and found this "Advanced Mulching" blade and installed it. It carries a higher depth on the curved fingers and the pickup has been great. It mulches way more than the standard blade does and I don't have to run back over what I've already done. The weight of the bag is more, but I feel like I've done something everytime I empty the bag. When the yard is clean after one trip around I always wish I'd found this years ago. Only hold back I have, is I had to install it extra from my purchase. This should be sold on the mower; Craftsman Blade on a Craftsman Mower, why isn't it an automatic feature?