Toro 22 in. Kohler Low Wheel Variable Speed Self-Propelled Gas Lawn Mower-20370 at The Home Depot
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Model # 20370

Internet # 203068801

Store SKU # 944816

22 in. Kohler Low Wheel Variable Speed Self-Propelled Gas Lawn Mower


Toro 22 in. Kohler Low Wheel Variable Speed Self-Propelled Gas Lawn Mower
 

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$309.00 / each
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # 20370

Internet # 203068801

Store SKU # 944816

With a 3-in-1 mowing system, the Toro Recycler 22 in. 6.75 Gross Torque Kohler OHV gas variable speed mower offers bagging, mulching and side discharge capabilities for flexible performance in all mowing conditions. The Recycler's 149 cc Overhead Valve engine provides great power while the self-propel front-wheel drive system makes mowing easy. Backed by Toro's 3-Year Guaranteed-to-Start promise and 2-Year Full warranty.

  • 6.75 ft.-lb. Gross Torque Kohler OHV engine provides great power and easy starting
  • Variable speed font wheel drive provides better maneuverability and makes mowing in tight spaces easier
  • 22 in. cutting width allows you to cut a wide area with each pass for greater productivity
  • 1-4 in. adjustable height-of-cut range so that you can manicure your lawn to your height preference
  • Recycler cutting system with front throw chamber and atomic blade provides superior mulching performance for a healthy, lush lawn
  • Quick-wash washout port attaches to a hose for easy cleaning of the deck's underside
  • Backed by Toro's 3-Year guaranteed-to-start promise and 2-year full warranty
  • Handle folds for easy storage
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SPECIFICATIONS

Assembled Depth (in.)  40 in  Assembled Height (in.)  16 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  22 in  Blade Length (In.)  22 in 
CA (CARB) Compliant  Not CARB Compliant  Cutting Options  Bag,Mulch,Side-Discharge 
Cutting Width  22 in  Drive type  Front-wheel Drive 
Engine Displacement (cc)  149  Engine Make  Kohler 
Features  Bagger,Deck cleanout,Foldable handle,Tool-free adjustments  Fuel Type  Gas 
Fuel tank capacity (gallons)  .24  Included  Engine oil 
Lawn Mower Type  Walk Behind  Manufacturer Warranty  2-Year Full Warranty, 3-Year Guaranteed to Start 
Maximum cutting height (in.)  Minimum cutting height (in.) 
Mulching Capability  Yes  Number of adjustable handlebar positions 
Oil capacity (oz.)  20  Product Weight (lb.)  73 lb 
Rear wheel size (in.)  Reconditioned  No 
Returnable  30-Day  Size of Yard  1/4 - 1/2 Acre 
Start Type  Pull  Terrain  Uneven with Obstacles 
Walk Behind Mower Type  Self Propelled 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 578 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Toro needs to make this right I am updating a prior review of this lawnmower. It appears that someone at the corporate level at Toro thought they could save a few pennies per unit by removing the oil fill tube. The engine (Kohler XT675) is fabricated to have one. I have the engine manual, parts diagram and pictures to prove it. As a consequence, changing the oil on this mower results in a mess. The geometry is such, that unless you completely turn the mower upside down, and keep it level, the oil will spill onto the mower deck, and the ground below. Something to keep in mind. May 28, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Piece of junk I bought the same mower and exchanged it the first day. I thought it must just be a lemon. By the time I used this mower( had heart attack) it was too late to get a refund. Mower dies, even on level driveway. It has a warranty, but in the spring that means at least a month of downtime. "Easy Start" is not easy. Takes a few pulls at least. Engine power varies. In a perfect world HD would credit me for this mower when I get a replacement. I will buy different brand, possibly from HD. This will be cheaper than going to the doctor for a bad back caused from trying to start and restart this piece of junk! May 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by boby Good Size & Weight Powerful Light Weight Small Turn Radius Mulches Well August 12, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Terrible Bought this mower in August 2013 and used it 4 times. Tried a 5th time but it wouldn't start. Figured it was the end of the season anyway and I'd worry about it later. The grass wasn't that bad. So now it is April and it won't start. Customer service didn't help anything. They have me a phone number of somewhere to take it and the number was disconnected. So much for the "guarantee". I've never seen issues with any other lawn mower even with leaving gas in the tank over the winter. I would have drained it had I been able to start it! Toro had been a good brand from what I know, but clearly they have started going downhill. Definitely will be buying a different brand from now on. I hear Craftsman is reliable. April 24, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Getting Your Toro Started Again I ran into the same problem as a lot of folks on here: I left fuel in the tank over the winter, and come spring, I couldn't get my mower started. Here's how I got it working again without taking it to be repaired: 1. Change spark plugs. 2. Change oil I don't know if the above steps did much, but they can't hurt. What did work: 3. I emptied out the old gas and drained the tank as well as i could (just by tipping the mower on its side). I mixed 1oz of fuel stabilizer with 1gal of gas and sloshed it around to get it mixed in well. I filled the tank back up and pulled the starter cord maybe 15 times without success. I figured I'd have to take it in for repair, and I left the mower overnight. Before I started calling around for repair pricing, I gave it one more shot. I pulled the cord and it started up immediately. Before you take your mower in for repairs, I'd suggest using plenty of fuel stabilizer in a fresh tank of fuel, and then leave it overnight. It seems like the fuel stabilizer went to work overnight and got things back in shape. The bottle of fuel stabilizer says that 1 oz can treat up to 2.5 gallons of gas, so maybe using as much as I did helped as well. I don't know if this will work for everyone, but it did for me. Hopefully some of you can avoid a costly repair job on a mediocre mower by trying these steps. May 2, 2014
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