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
The bagger will take a novest a long time to put together. My husband is a handy sort of guy and it took him about 2 hours to assemble. The quality is good for the price.
Fort Mill, SC
I am so frustrated with this bagger. It is not well made and clogs up very easily. The connect between the 2 chute pipes works loose and ends up spitting grass on you. ...that is when it is not clogged. I can have my mower on the highest setting in grass that had been mowed 5 days earlier and the bagger will get clogged. It does not do well with thick, lush grass. I have had this item since last year and did not use it much. This year, I've started using it and I wish I could take it back. It's very frustrating to spend this much money for a bagger and end up covered in grass from clearing the chute every 5 minutes.
Oak Harbor, WA
First timing using today. Had to cut my slightly overgrown yard. After 40+ dumps still no clogged bagger tube with wet grass. Using reasonable cutting experience the unit worked flawlessly, my old bagger would have clogged every 30 seconds with what i was doing today. I am very impressed and would recommend to anyone. Installation was a breeze and i have nothing bad to say about this unit especially after the aggravation i used to have to deal with on old mower/bagger combo.
Very easy to put together, about half an hour. Sturdy construction. I do fill the bags up very fast but that's cause I'm mulching leaves from last Autumn. I'm sure it won't be as bad once summer comes. The chute does get clogged once in awhile if I don't empty the bags soon enough, but it's so easy to take the chute off and pull out the clogged debris, it's not really a big deal. Would be nice if this model had the clogged chute indicator spinning wheel. Not sure what everyone is complaining about assembling this on their tractor/mower. In my first weekend I bagged up 32 bags of yard waste.
I thought that this was a plastic bin. When I watched my husband use it the first time, he looked like the Peanuts' PigPen character with the cloud of dust floating all around him as the grass and dirt was blowing into the mesh bins. I asked him if it bothered him, but he appreciated the see-through to know if it needed empty and I noticed he also would push on the bag while driving to know if it needed emptying. So, we're keeping it. I hope I don't have to mow, though.