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this looks the one also do a 26inch cut 53 cm Heavy-Duty Recycler® Mower (22188TE) had one for a while and then sold it wish i had not one of the best walk behinds i have used. walk spots of Hondaand the rest. JD maybe the only one near it. do not know price of them but D J scott warnford may have a second hand unit.


and this one has to worth having bigger cut but still goes through gates.

26" (66 cm) Heavy-Duty Hi-Vac Bagger (22203TE)

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As much as I would like some of the previous mowers mentioned, a cheaper and more versatile option, is one of these. Used, and a lot dirtier, they can be picked up for just over £100. I have had one for over a year, requires several man pulls to start but always does and mulches, collects, and side chutes. Copes with cutting lots of long grass, wildflower meadows, and some big lawns.


A McCulloch 3 in 1 something or other.



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I use Toro, self propelled, a good general use (mulching) mower, a tank of fuel lasts for ages. main problem I have is the drive can fail, turning it into an expensive push mower.


would be interested to know if anyone else has same problem



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