Lawn-Boy 10732 Kohler XT6 OHV, Rear Wheel Drive Self Propelled Gas Lawn Mower, 21-Inch
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- Rear Wheel Drive System provides a better traction and control on hilly terrain and large, easy empty bag makes emptying the bag fast and easy
- 2-Point Height-of-Cut System allows you to quickly adjust cutting heights from one side of the mower
- 3 year Tru-Start Commitment - starts with 1 or 2 pulls or Lawn-Boy will fix it for free
- Kohler 149cc/ 6.5 ft.-lbs. Gross Torque/ OHV Engine
- Cannot ship to California, see model 17732 for California. The item is non returnable due to Shipping Weight: 79 pounds
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Lawn-Boy 21 inch Self-Propel Rear Wheel Drive Mower.
In the turf maintenance industry since 1934
The 21-inch Lawn-Boy line-up builds on that heritage with easy-to-use features, combined with excellent cutting performance and reliability that make it a great value. Featuring a durable 21-inch steel deck, the Tri-Cut cutting system for exceptional quality of cut, and backed by one of the best warranties in the industry. Covered by the Lawn-Boy 3-Year Tru-Start commitment and the 2-Year Full Coverage warranty.
Lawn-Boy 21 inch Self-Propel Rear Wheel Drive Mower (10732)
Easy to Handle. Hard to Beat.
Designed to make mowing easier, the rear wheel drive self-propel design provides power through for improved traction and control in all mowing conditions. Take the 'work' out of yard work with a Lawn-Boy.
- Kohler XT6 OHV Engine
- Lawn-Boy Engineered Tri-Cut System
- Two-Point Height of Cut
- Larger Bag Capacity
- 3-in-1 Discharge Ability
- 3-Year Tru-Start Commitment
- 2-Year No Worry Warranty
Kohler XT6 OHV Engine
The Kohler XT6 engine series engines bring lawn care to a new level. Commercial-grade features deliver tough performance and operator-centric design provides user-friendly maintenance.
Tri-Cut Cutting System
The 21-inch steel deep dome deck is lightweight yet durable, and it provides excellent mulching capabilities and a superior quality of cut.
Two-Point Height of Cut
You can easily adjust the deck height at 2 points for quick customization of your mowing height.
Larger Bag Capacity
When you need to bag your clippings, this larger bag fills easily holds more clippings and allows you to empty the bag faster and less often.
3-in-1 Discharge Ability
Lawn-Boy's versatile cutting system allows you to choose between mulching, bagging or side discharge.
3-Year Tru-Start Commitment plus a 2-Year Full Warranty
Under normal use and maintenance, it will start on one or two pulls for three years or we will fix it for free! Backed by one of the best full warranties in the industry.
|High Wheel - Honda Engine 10736||High Wheel - Kohler Engine 17730||Self-Propel - Kohler Engine 17732||Electric Start Self-Propel - Kohler Engine 17734|
|Engine||Honda GCV 160cc OHC Engine||Kohler XTX 149cc OHV Engine||Kohler XTX 149cc OHV Engine||Kohler XTX 149cc OHV Engine|
|11-Inch High Wheel||✓||✓|
|Two-Point Height of Cut||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|21" All Steel Deck||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Drive||Push||Push||Rear Wheel Drive||Rear Wheel Drive|
|3- Year Tru Start & 2-Year Full Warranty||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Cutting width||21 inches|
|Item Dimensions||37.7 x 22.3 x 40.5 inches|
|Item Weight||66 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||10732|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||2-year full waranty|
|Shipping Weight||78.75 pounds|
Gross torque of these engines was laboratory rated at 2800 RPM by per SAEJ1940 by the engine manufacturer, as configured to meet safety, emission and operating requirements, the actual engine power on these mowers will be significantly lower.
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Top customer reviews
The problem isn't the Honda engine - it works great. The main problems are with the design of the front wheel attachment and the height adjustment levers. The front axle is held in place by plastic fins that are attached to the mower frame. These delicate fins are easily broken off, which allows the front axle to fall off the mower. To my knowledge there is no easy fix to this problem. The height adjustment levers are very brittle and break easily. I have battled with these problems continuously since I received the mower. I have finally given up and am discarding this mower after using it for slightly less than two mowing seasons. The design of these items is flawed and the material is cheap and breaks easily.
Another design issue is the attachment of the grass catcher to the mower. The grass catcher butts to the mower without any kind of cover over the junction between the two. The problem comes when the bag begins to fill with grass and, due to the weight of the grass clippings, the bag pulls slightly away from the mower a fraction of an inch. This small separation allows grass clippings and dust to escape from the top of the gap, blowing the debris up in air and into the face of the person pushing the mower. I had to devise an improvised cover to block the gap so that I wasn't breathing in dust and debris while using the mower.
In essence, there are some serious design flaws with the mower. I am very disappointed with the quality control of Lawn-Boy/Toro. I can hardly believe that these issues escaped their attention before this mower went on the market. The only thing that would concern me more is if they knew of these issues but sold the mower anyway. It's a shame, because the Honda engine is terrific. As a result of my experience with this mower, I would not recommend buying this mower or any Lawn-Boy/Toro product due to questionable quality control.
Even though I've dropped to "one star", I don't hate it...it cuts well, is light and easy to maneuver. The problem is there is no pin to keep the front axle adjustment in its setting (the rear axle does)...
I'm guessing I have to find a Lawn Boy dealer and get it fixed. What a pain.
I have issues with the adjustment mechanism for the front wheels. The "latch" for the position is not very strong (lack of tension?) and it drops the front wheels to a point where it scalps the lawn. This happens 5-6 times each time I mow the lawn. Is there a recall on the front latch? I've noticed comments from others stating the front wheels drop or "fall off".
This is actually becoming a safety issue...as the blades are not meant to scrape the ground and it could easy create a projectile doing so.
Otherwise, I love how the mower cuts and it is lightweight and easy to push/navigate.
Please feel free to contact me.