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Model 20339

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22 in. High Wheel Variable Speed Self-Propelled Walk-Behind Gas Lawn Mower with SmartStow

$329.00 /each
  • SmartStow takes up to 70% less space in your garage*
  • 22" Steel Deck with Recycler Cutting System and Atomic Blades
  • 7.25 ft.-lb. Gross Torque 190cc Briggs & Stratton Engine

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Recycler 22 in. SmartStow High Wheel Front Wheel Drive Variable Speed Self-Propelled Gas Lawn Mower with Briggs & Stratton Engine. For homeowners seeking a lawn mower with high quality, a user-friendly designand excellent mulching capability. Toro products are known for Smart Features and Proven Dependability. Count On It.

  • Recycler cutting system - front throw chamber and atomic blade lift, suspend and re-cut clippings into a fine mulch
  • 22 in. steel deck with atomic blade
  • Briggs & Stratton 7.25 ft. lb. gross torque 190cc engine with ready start - no need to prime or choke, mow and stow allows the mower to be stored vertically with no fuel or oil leaks
  • SmartStow - breakthrough mow and stow engine technology by Briggs & Stratton allows the mower to be stored vertically, reducing the storage footprint needed by up to 70% and provides easier access for you to clean under the deck and service the blade
  • Variable speed font wheel drive provides better maneuverability and makes mowing in tight spaces easier
  • 11 in. high rear wheels assist you in tackling uneven or rough terrain
  • 3-in-1: mulch, side discharge or bag
  • Quick connect bagging system
  • Washout port - attach a hose to the mower deck to easily clean the underside of the deck
  • 9 cutting positions with 1-4 in. cutting height range to manicure the lawn to your specifications
  • 3-year guaranteed-to-start and 3-year full warranty, see retailer for details
  • Gross torque of this engine was laboratory rated at 2,800 RPM per SAE J1940 by the engine manufacturer, as configured to meet safety, emissionand operating requirements, the actual engine torque on this class of mower will be significantly lower
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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How does the variable speed feature work? I didn't see any speed adjustment on the push handle.

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If you look at the left side of the handle, you'll see a knob that holds the traction cable. Loosen the knob a little bit & push or pull the cable up or down to get the desired high speed - don't forget to re tighten the knob! if you adjust the cable too tight the wheels will spin fast & all the time. its on the sticker on the handle & in your Owners Manual.
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I just used mine for the first time today. One thing I noticed is that the drive wheels never fully disengage, even when you let go of the control bar. Not sure if it's by design, or a design flaw. I'm going to contact Toro about it.
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There's a speed control bar you squeeze toward the handlebar to accelerate.
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Auburn, Mass
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If you pull the drive handle all the way up to the main handle it will be at it's fastest. The less you pull it up the slower it goes. You get used to it pretty quickly.
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May 20, 2014
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You just pull up on the handle, the more "up" you pull, the faster it goes. It took me about 3 times cutting my lawn to get used to it.
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It's a separate bar underneath the main handle bar. EASY to use--just like an accelerator pedal.
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It depends on how far you hold the speed control up to the handle, as far as i know.
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The 22 in. High Wheel Variable Speed Self-Propelled Walk-Behind Gas Lawn Mower with SmartStow includes a variable speed drive system that is controlled using a traction bail. Variable speed is achieved by feathering the bail closer or farther away from the handle.
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The speed is controlled by the bar under the handle - the closer you hold it to the handle (the further you "depress it" upwards) the faster the wheels will spin. Thus, the fastest speed is holding it all the way against the handle, and the slowest would be just pushing it in a little.
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Theoretically, you're supposed to vary the amount you squeeze the self propel bail (lever). I find it easier to hold the bail all the way down on the fastest speed. Since it's front wheel drive, the wheels slip a little on the ground when you want to go slower. In my opinion, it's the perfect balance between power and controllability. Although keep in mind I have a relatively flat yard, with just a few Read More
Theoretically, you're supposed to vary the amount you squeeze the self propel bail (lever). I find it easier to hold the bail all the way down on the fastest speed. Since it's front wheel drive, the wheels slip a little on the ground when you want to go slower. In my opinion, it's the perfect balance between power and controllability. Although keep in mind I have a relatively flat yard, with just a few bumps and dips here and there. Read Less
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How is traction with the front wheel drive versus the rear wheel drive recyclers?

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It would seem with a bag it would start to lose traction with all the weight to the rear.
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Have not had traction issues even with a full bag. However the blade mulches really well so I rarely use the bag.
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For better traction on my front wheel drive mower, I screwed in 10 #10 x 1/2" hex head screws in each front wheel. 5 on the inner part of the wheel and 5 on the outer part...staggered. Works pretty good..
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The benefit of front drive is the ability to quickly stop forward motion by lifting the front end by pushing the rear bar down, pivoting for turns and second passes. My half acre has dozens of obstacles making this a must-have feature more valuable than any other. Yard is full of trees, bushes, hedges, rocks, posts, trenches. If you keep the tires in good shape, there is plenty of traction to help you up Read More
The benefit of front drive is the ability to quickly stop forward motion by lifting the front end by pushing the rear bar down, pivoting for turns and second passes. My half acre has dozens of obstacles making this a must-have feature more valuable than any other. Yard is full of trees, bushes, hedges, rocks, posts, trenches. If you keep the tires in good shape, there is plenty of traction to help you up a 30-degree slope, or for the mower just to pull YOU around the yard when you are really beat. Read Less
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Under conditions where you plan to bag on a regular basis, rear wheel drive will provide the best traction. As the weight of the bag increases as it fills with grass the rear wheels are able to maintain traction.
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I have no experience with the rear drive mowers but this one with front wheel drive does spin it's wheels if you gas it too much. The tread has grooves for traction but the rubber is hard and a little on the slick side. With so little weight over the front, the tires don't dig in much and won't pull away from you if you should over accelerate. I think this aids in keeping the mower in control. I don't Read More
I have no experience with the rear drive mowers but this one with front wheel drive does spin it's wheels if you gas it too much. The tread has grooves for traction but the rubber is hard and a little on the slick side. With so little weight over the front, the tires don't dig in much and won't pull away from you if you should over accelerate. I think this aids in keeping the mower in control. I don't have any complaints with its traction. Read Less
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I can't compare for you but I'm very satisfied w/frt wheel drive with variable speed. The latter is the key. BTW, if you're less than, say, 5' 10", front wheel could be more of a challenge. Your forearms should be about parallel with the cutting cage to apply a slight upward pressure to the front wheels.
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I found the front drive to work pretty well. I think the rear drive works better in taller grass, however, it's always best to cut your grass before it get's too long because you can shock the plant and it can cause it to go dormant unexpectedly. With that in mind, I think the front drive works well enough for the purposes I use my mower.
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My other mower is back wheel drive and it has more traction than front wheel drive but it has a problem with the transmission getting dirt in it and you cant use it until you clean it out.
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A rear wheel will have more traction, but I've never really noticed losing traction to be an issue with this mower. I haven't bagged with this one, but I have with my older model 20330 without any problems. I'm 99% sure that they're the same frame and deck design too. I'm also working with a relatively flat yard.
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Does this model need a periodic oil change? Do you have to run the engine till all the gas is used up after each cut? Can it go backwards?

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Yes on oil change refer to your owners manual it will tell you the recommended oil change schedule for you mower. on the gas if the mower will not be run for a month or more I would drain the tank of fuel, but if it is being run weekly or bi weekly there is no need to draining the gas.
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Yes it does need a periodic oil change. You don't have to use all the fuel up after each use. The machine is only propelled forward. Machine can be pushed forward or back. Cuts good in either direction.
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As per the guide the first oil change is required after 5 hours of operation as the engine is new. I am still at the first oil change since I bought it very recently. You don't need to run it till all the gas runs out. I haven't encountered any leakage with the mower in stand up position with gas in it as long as the gas level is below the max fill mark.
It doesn't go backwards on it's own since it is Read More
As per the guide the first oil change is required after 5 hours of operation as the engine is new. I am still at the first oil change since I bought it very recently. You don't need to run it till all the gas runs out. I haven't encountered any leakage with the mower in stand up position with gas in it as long as the gas level is below the max fill mark.
It doesn't go backwards on it's own since it is self-propelled in the forward direction. But I haven't had any problems while pulling it backwards for few feet to cover the corners, around edges, etc. Read Less
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You should change the oil after the first 5 hours of use and then yearly. To disengage the self-propel-drive: release the self-propel-drive bar. The machine comes with freewheeling clutches that make it easier to pull the machine rearward. Please view the "Preparing the Machine for Storage" section of the Operator's Manual. You can view it online at Read More
You should change the oil after the first 5 hours of use and then yearly. To disengage the self-propel-drive: release the self-propel-drive bar. The machine comes with freewheeling clutches that make it easier to pull the machine rearward. Please view the "Preparing the Machine for Storage" section of the Operator's Manual. You can view it online at http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/e2/e2be36cf-e440-47df-97b2-1096000cd4e8.pdf. Read Less
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As with any 4 stroke engine, a periodic oil change is a good thing to do. I make an oil change a part of the annual "bring it out of winter storage" routine. No, you don't have to run the tank empty in order to stow it vertically. Owners manual shows the level of gas that can be in the tank and still store safely in vertical position. As for the backwards question, the self propel won't run backwards, Read More
As with any 4 stroke engine, a periodic oil change is a good thing to do. I make an oil change a part of the annual "bring it out of winter storage" routine. No, you don't have to run the tank empty in order to stow it vertically. Owners manual shows the level of gas that can be in the tank and still store safely in vertical position. As for the backwards question, the self propel won't run backwards, but you can release the lever and easily pull the mower backwards. Read Less
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Engine oil: from the owners manual - Service Interval: After the first 5 hours Yearly
It's easy to change. There's a drainplug underneath.
I don't run it out of gas each time I use it. I top it up, use it, allow it to cool (5 mins), then smart stow it back in the garage.
No, it doesn't go backwards. (you have to pull it backwards manually - not difficult - but don't do it against an engaged Read More
Engine oil: from the owners manual - Service Interval: After the first 5 hours Yearly
It's easy to change. There's a drainplug underneath.
I don't run it out of gas each time I use it. I top it up, use it, allow it to cool (5 mins), then smart stow it back in the garage.
No, it doesn't go backwards. (you have to pull it backwards manually - not difficult - but don't do it against an engaged clutch trying to move it forward - I let off on the clutch a bit and pull it backwards - no problem - like driving a car with a manual transmission - you get used to it) Read Less
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Yes, you should change the oil once a year.
No, you can store it upright with gas in it.
You can drag it backwards if you lift the front drive wheels off the ground, but it doesn't have a reverse powered gear.
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I Change the Oil no more than once a year. Sometimes even longer. You do not have to run the engine till the gas is used up. It does not go self-propelled backwards. When you need to back up, You release the Front wheel drive lever and just pull it backwards. I have a large yard and the manual back up is not a problem.
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Can you store it folded up with gas and oil in it ?

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Phoenix, AZ
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On one occasion, I filled the gas tank after mowing and placed the mower in its upright folded position and had a slow leak of gas out of the top. I would recommend filling the tank before you mow and leave the small residual amount left in the tank when in storage. I have not had a problem with leaks so long as I don't fill the tank right before storing.
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Yes, it's designed to store on its end with gas and oil in it.
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Yep. It holds both well. We have had no problems with leaks so far (after about two months).
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Sure, as long as you don't exceed filling past the recommended level.
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Yes, I have done so for about 3 weeks now without issue.
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Yes, the engine is designed to be stored upright. I store mine with gas and oil in it, and when I unfold it and start it up, it runs just fine.
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April 21, 2016
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Yes, you can folded it up with gas and oil in it.
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Yes, the SmartStow mower with the mow 'n' stow engine technology by Briggs & Stratton allows the mower to be stored vertically.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 839 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by It was difficult to start first time! It was somewhat diffcult to start first time, and after it take 2 pulls to start. This may sounf OK but down the road what to expect? I still have 3 weeks, I may return and look at the Honda Mowers... Folding feature is outstanding... August 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Space Saver I bought this product for 2 reasons: 1. It's a Toro. The brand is highly rated and came recommended to me by multiple sources. 2. I can safely store it in a very small space (see picture). I can stick it on the side of my garage and still have room to get out of the passenger side door. Other than that it does it's job. It starts up, it cuts grass. Can't rate it higher than 4 stars because I've only owned it for a couple of weeks. July 7, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Mower control cables rub against rear wheel. I just purchased this self propelled front wheel drive Toro mower and pulled it out of the box and installed the engine oil and gas. The mower immediately started with one pull of the starter cord. I'm overall pleased with my purchase except for one issue that needs to be corrected. The factory in Mexico that made this, must have poor quality control. Both control cables that go up the left side of the handle from the mower deck, rub against the top of the left rear wheel. It appears that the cables are too long and need shortened. I contacted Toro and they state that I should take it to my local Toro service center for repair. That's a 45 minute drive for me. A brand new mower costing $329 shouldn't need to be repaired right out of the box. May 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed - design flaws and QA issues Not what I expected. The SmartStow feature seemed nice, but came with compromises that took away from the mower. The handle height was not comfortable, much to low with no adjustment. I would be bending at the waist too much to turn the mower. The gas cap was missing out of the box and under the deck the drive belt was exposed, couldn’t tell if designed this way or if a cover was missing. As in some other posts, the cables are definitely too long and rest on on top the left rear wheel with way too much slack. This is probably needed to fold the handle for stowing. Enough negatives for me to promptly put back in the box and return to the store. August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very good mower I'm 6'3" and 60 years young. Bought this mower after doing a lot of reading and research, Had a rating of a B+ and so for, after 4 cuttings very happy. Lots of power and the self propel is fast if you keep it wide open, but for me it could go even faster. Yes the handle is a little low but not bad for me being 6"3". certainly don't want it any lower. Only been using the side discharge shoot and mulching so far. Haven't used the bag and normally don't. Went together easily and started right up first time any yes the power cable rubs a rear wheel a little but can easily be fixed with a zip tie. folding and storing is simply. Height adjustment is easy too. August 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great, except... I love that this mower can do mulching, bagging, etc. It's amazing with the fold-up since I have a very small garage. I also love that it is self-propelled. That was until I got blisters on my hands from using it. My yard is quite uneven, so I end up having to literally lift up the entire back of the mower to get the front wheels on the ground since the self-propelling only comes from the front wheels. At least if the back wheels were the ones propelling the machine, it wouldn't be so bad... Oh, and my husband has complained that the handle is not nearly long enough for him, and he's about 6'1". August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent all-around product This mower was out of the box, ready to go. Ease of set-up, start and storage are all terrific pros. The ease of cleaning also diminishes my need to clean the storage space along with prolonging the life of my mower. April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Extremely Pleased Wow, it takes up so much less room in our shed and the larger motor really makes a difference in speed and cutting power. The only down side to this mower is that it does use more gas to cut the lawn, but you get done sooner ! Use of Flex-fuel with Ethanol is not recommended, associate cautioned us to use Rec-fuel which does not contain Ethanol. Overall, we think it's great ! August 23, 2016
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