Specifications & Dimensions
|Overall Dimensions:||42-46 in|
|Number of Bins:||2-bin bagger|
|General Warranty:||1 year limited|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||71|
|Assembly Required:||Assembly Required|
|Collector, Bag Closure:||Drawstring|
|Collector, Type:||Dump bin, no bag required|
|Collector, Unload Method:||Lift and dump|
Ratings & Reviews
Skip the Raking with the Craftsman 2 Bin Bagger for Tractor
The high-performance Craftsman 42/46 in cut 2 bin tractor bagger makes collecting grass cuttings and other small yard debris a breeze. Designed to be used as an attachment for tractors with model numbers starting from 247.xxx, this bagger fits tractors utilizing both 42 inch and 46 inch decks. The bagger is built for the long haul with its durable steel frame and resin construction, so you can use year after year to keep your yard looking great.
Trouble-free installation, quick and simple placement and replacement of bins, easy to empty – these are just some of the features that make this Craftsman 2 bin bagger for tractor so efficient to use. Once installed, it takes only a couple of minutes to put together and get started. Lightweight slide out or lift out soft cloth bins are easy to dump and allow for easier grass clippings removal. The soft cloth bins are incredibly durable, holding up well use-after-use and can to store up to 6.5 bushels, so you need to unload less frequently. You can tell at a glance when they are full, and the bottom handles make emptying them easier.
- Now you can sport the cleanest yard in the neighborhood and spend more time enjoying it than raking it with the Craftsman 42/46 in Cut 2 Bin Tractor Bagger
- Fits all model tractors starting with 247.XXX
- Fits lawn tractors with 42 in. and 46 in. cutting decks
- Large 6.5 bushel capacity to keep your lawn free from leaves, clippings and debris
- Weighs only 71 lbs. for exceptional maneuverability, portability and no-hassle storage
- Some minimal assembly required
- Comes with a 1-year limited warranty to protect your investment
- Made of high-quality materials in the USA
Added on October 21, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
I like this bagger better than the one I had before. The hose is larger it just need to have 3 bins that is the only problem the bins fill up to fast. overall I say it is excellent.
Clinton Township, MI
Though the bagger was awkward to put together, due to the size, it went together quickly and provides great clean-up. Having two smaller bags made it easier to empty and replace on the holder. Now I just need a mulching attachment for next year.
I was able to pick this up for ~$280 + tax recently during a sale. It is not worth more than $300 in my opinion. It is very convenient though and keeps the yard clear of excess grass clippings. Highly recommended as long as you can get it under $300.
Asbury Park, NJ
Using this bagger is better than I had hoped. you just need to check the right side bag as it fills up last. once that is topped off it's time to empty it.
Putting it together was the easiest thing about this. Like everybody else about 30 minutes and it's ready to go. That's about where it ends. The tube is constantly plugged !! I've waited until hte middle of the day to make sure the lawn was dry>it plugs, mowed at three higher settings>it plugs. doesn't matter what you do it plugs !! If I wanted to do it by hand I'd-a purchased a rake and hired a kid. At least I wouldn't be half as frustrated. I wouldn't recommend this to an enemy let alone a friend. I can't say JUNK enough !!
I purchased this along with my new Sears Craftsman riding mower. It has made cutting grass and picking up leaves in the fall so much easier than the raking I used to do. Use of the bagger is so simple, I now don't hate cutting grass anymore.Well worth the money spent.
It does the job I suppose, but it's kind of a pain. I'm not sure if all baggers are like this? The bag farthest away from the blower hose always fills up 1st. Then you have to switch the bags so it doesn't clog up the blower. It seems like if you let it keep filling up, and allow it to spill over into the other bag (which I think was their idea/intentions) it seems to clog the tubing & the blower hose more often than not. It's Easiest if done with help to switch the bags, and then when both are full we dump them into the back of the truck w/a tarp in it, to take it out back and slide it out of the truck into a pile. (Our yard is HUGE & it grows So FAST!). I knew bagging the yard was going to be a lot of work. But this is a little more to it than I thought. I hoping it will be easier next time now that we have all the old stuff picked up. :P But it Defiantly Looks WAY Nicer! :) It's just a lot of work. But the bagger seems to do it's job. Could have been a little better designed maybe just one big bag instead so it would fill up evenly; however, that would be heavy. maybe the blower needs to have more of a downward angle on it, so it fills up both bags evenly. I would tell someone it works, but I don't know if you can find better a better design?
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