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LEHR LM139SP 20-Inch 5-Horsepower Self-Propelled Propane Eco Mower (CARB Compliant) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Clean Burning Propane Powered Engine
  • Self Propelled
  • Single Lever Height Adjust From 1-inch to 3-inches
  • 8-inch Front Wheels/11-Inch Rear Wheels; Blade Brake For Safety
  • CARB compliant
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 86 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00303GPBW
  • Item model number: LM139SP
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #182,329 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

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Going green doesn't mean letting nature overtake your yard. The LEHR Propane-Powered Self-Propelled Eco Mower helps you keep your yard--and the environment--pristine. Fueled by clean, green propane that won't contaminate ground water or soil, this innovative, self-propelled mower includes a four-stroke engine that runs for over an hour on just one propane canister.

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Propane-Powered
Self-Propelled Eco Mower
At a Glance:
  • Powered by clean, green propane

  • 3-in-1: rear bag, side discharge, and mulch

  • Easy starts with innovative Twist 'n Go fueling technology

  • Exceeds 2011 EPA emission standards; winner of the EPA Clean Air Excellence Award

  • Reduces dependency on foreign oil

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LEHR LM139SPThree-in-One Propane-Powered Self-Propelled Eco Mower
8" front wheels and 11" rear wheels offer easy maneuverability over uneven terrain. View larger.

LEHR - LM139SP Three-in-One Propane-Powered Self-Propelled Eco Mower
This versatile mower features a large 1.7-bushel capacity and rear bag, side discharge, and mulching capabilities.
Eco Mower Tackles Tough Lawns with Ease
This robust propane-powered mower provides 5.3 ft.-lbs. of torque to tackle tough lawns with ease. It includes a full-crank, air-cooled four-cycle, OHV engine with a cast-iron sleeve cylinder, and it also features a 20-inch cutting width, easy single-lever height adjustments, large 1.7-bushel capacity, and rear bag, side discharge, and mulching capabilities. The 8-inch front wheels and 11-inch rear wheels are ball-bearing supported and offer easy maneuverability over uneven terrain. For further convenience, the easy-fold, quick-release handle allows for simple storage.

LEHR - Three-in-One Propane-Powered Self-Propelled Eco MowerTwist 'n Go Fueling
Powered by an easy-to-use 16.4-ounce propane canister that snaps into place, the Eco Mower starts quickly--simply Twist 'n Go. Its patented propane-fueled technology eliminates the need for mixing gas and oil and requires no choking or priming to start. For further convenience, propane canisters are widely available, and a single canister provides one full hour of run time.


This mower also eliminates the need for the winterizing, carburetor gum-up, and choking commonly associated with gas-powered mowers. With an engine that starts faster and runs cleaner, mowing the lawn won't be the hassle it once was.

Low Fuel and Maintenance Costs
The Propane-Powered Push Eco Mower boasts low fuel and maintenance costs. Standard 16.4-ounce propane canisters are economical and readily available at most hardware stores, sporting goods stores, drug stores, and other locations where lawn and garden products are sold. You'll cut down on expensive trips to the gas station and eliminate the risks associated with storing gasoline in or around your home. An added bonus, the steel propane canisters are 100% recyclable when empty.

To further cut costs, this durable eco mower is incredibly easy to maintain. It's backed by a three-year limited carburetor warranty and a two-year limited manufacturer's warranty.

LEHR - LM139SPThree-in-One Propane-Powered Self-Propelled Eco Mower and EPA Approved
Winner of the EPA Clean Air Excellence Award, the Eco Mower exceeds 2011 EPA emission standards meant to reduce lawn equipment pollutants. When compared side by side with gasoline, propane is clearly the smarter choice. Propane not only helps keep harmful pollutants out of the air, but it is less expensive than gasoline, so it also helps keep your money in your pocket. What's more, 85% of propane used in the United States is produced domestically, which means propane-powered tools can help eliminate dependence on foreign oil and can help cut down on the waste associated with fuel spills.

In addition, propane contains no evaporative emissions and zero ozone-depleting hydrocarbons. It is a nontoxic substance that won't pollute ground water or soil, and it includes 97% fewer particulates and 96% fewer carcinogens than gasoline. A cleaner and greener alternative to traditional fuel, propane power is a great choice for your garden.

What's in the Box
LEHR LM139SP Propane-Powered Self-Propelled Eco Mower, tool kit, and owner's manual.


SOMETHING
The Eco Mower helps keep your yard--and the environment--pristine.

Product Description

LM139SP - The LEHR Propane Powered Eco Mower is the world's first self propelled rotary mower that runs on a convenient 16.4 ounce propane canister. No more mixing of gas and oil, no unwanted trips to the gas station and no more spilling of gas while fueling. Propane provides for easier starts with no choke, no priming and no winterizing. The LEHR Eco mower has a full crank, air cooled, OHV 4-cycle engine with a cast iron sleeve cylinder and a full 20-inch cutting width. It is economical, requires less maintenance and produces fewer harmful emissions than a standard gasoline powered mower. The propane canisters are 100% recyclable and readily available at hardware and home center stores everywhere. Can be used with side discharge for mulching or rear discharge with a 1.7 bushel bag. 3 year limited carburetor warranty/2 year limited manufacturer's warranty. LEHR Propane Technology won the EPA Clean Air Excellence Award and has received recognition from Popular Mechanics and Handy Magazine. WWW.goLEHR.com for more information.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Also, I don't like the drive lever being under the handle.
B. Hughes
I also really like the fact that it runs on propane which is produced in the United States and is much cleaner than gasoline.
Ryan
After contacting Lehr, they said it was a carburetor issue and they would send another.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Brad Renninger on May 18, 2010
I'll cut to the chase on this one. I'm sure most of you, like I was, are asking is there anything wrong with this mower? The answer is no. The mower takes about 5 minutes to unpack and setup. After adding some 10w-30 oil and a propane tank it's ready to go.
First time cranking it up is uneventful. To start mine it was just a matter of three pulls on the handle. But since then, it's down to 1 pull, or 2 if I disconnected the tank. Pull starting it is barely harder than opening an old refrigerator door, and much easier than other mowers. The throttle may take some getting used to. It's propane so when you increase the throttle it takes a few seconds to catch up. And for everyone wondering how long a tank lasts I have the answer. This thing will run full speed, with the drive wheels engaged for 1 hour and 15 minutes exactly. I ran out of things to mow figuring that out.
The self propelled feature is nice, nothing fancy to break. The speed is adjusted with the throttle, and disengaged with a second handle underneath the brake handle. Push the mower without the drive engaged and you'll hear the drive components freewheeling. It's not very loud, but you can feel a faint resistance. I've had a little trouble with my wheel drive belt though. Twice now the wheels failed to engage. But all I gotta do is tighten the belt tension a tad. Not a big deal.
One fascinating feature about the mower is that most everything is either bolted on, or held in place with pins. No rivets, or anything of the sort to work their way loose. Almost all the components are heavy duty and held into place with a bracket or a clamp. I say almost all, because there is one thing that may fall off. That's the hubcaps. Every wheel has a little Grey hubcap that keeps debris out of the axle components.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Ognen Duzlevski on October 5, 2010
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The mower works as advertised. However, the self-propelling mechanism failed after two weeks. Warranty has been honored but we had to drive 40 miles to drop it off last Friday for repair and will have to drive again to pick it up - total of 160 miles to get something brand new fixed - that's not cheap in terms of time or even money.

Revision: The mower has been with an authorized service place for more than 8 days now. We called twice (they didn't bother to call us back) and were told that they are still waiting on the parts. At this point I am thinking - I want to send this piece of junk back.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Michael D. Stevens on October 15, 2010
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It burns propane from canisters and not gasoline... Yea!
It's hard to start...Boo!
It's hard to maneuver, clunky and heavy...Boo!
You can't cut higher than, what, 2 1/2 to 3 inches (too bad for mowing procastinators)...Boo!
They tell you not mow on a hillside and they're not kidding.
If I could return it I would.
Definitely try it out before buying.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By GB Researcher on November 17, 2010
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Pros: eco-friendly, quiet, started easily
Cons: poor design - plastic pieces & blade height adjustment

I have had the Lehr propane TRIMMER for 2 years & absolutely love it, so I was excited about getting the mower too. However, once I received the mower, my excitement gradually turned into disappointment. I researched this & other mowers for awhile (as I do all products I purchase) and thought the few negative reviews were just anomolies. I can tell you that the negative reviews are true and to enjoy this mower, you must live in a certain part of the country where the grass is thin, ground is level, climate is mild, and your lawn can thrive even when cut very short (so you might as well save money & get one of those walk-behind manual rotary mowers). First, Lehr needs to replace those red plastic handle adjusters w/ more sturdy hardware; both (left & right side) were cracked right out of the box making them inoperable, so I went to the hardware store & bought proper bolts because I wasn't going to let that deter me. Then, after I read all instructions, filled w/ fluids, and properly adjusted the mower, I started it and began to test an area of my yard...I am so glad I tested it in a very inconspicuous area because at its HIGHEST setting, the blade cut almost down to the root of my grass. I live in Texas and this is just NOT going to work; summers are way too hot to have grass that short. It wasn't even close to where it needed to be, so returning it was a no-brainer, and I was very disappointed. Packed it all back up, returned it, & then went to Home Depot & bought a Toro Recycler 20331 (See Toro Recycler Self-Propelled Mower Briggs & Stratton 6.75 TP (22") #20331) for $279 which is gas mower but does all that I need it to do and does it very well.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Richard on September 13, 2010
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Propane powered lawn tools? What a great idea, somebody should have been doing this 20 years ago. Its good for the environment true. But Its good for the engine, the oil and the lazy guy who does not take care of his tools.
My mower showed up damaged, it had been dropped and a wheel was pointed in the wrong direction, it was a simple fix.
Overall I am very happy with the mower, it starts with 2-3 pulls hot or cold.
I use the mower as a mulcher and I am pleased with the results.
When the generators are available I will buy one.
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