A: I don't believe you would be able to bolt a wheel onto the front of the housing as it would interfere with the path of the rotating string lines. If you were really determined to do so, you would need to bolt a straight bracket out over the front of the mower housing at least 4-5 inches, then drop down and attach the wheel. The 2 large wheels on the unit take most of the weight, when going over uneven ground, which is much of mine, I do slightly lift the front up a little to make sure the hub doesn't drag on the ground when it is rotating, but the mower is well balanced and it tips up without much pressure. I keep mine in the lowest position to cut the weeds and wild grass as low as possible for fire safety.
A: Too many typos. Are you trying to ask if a Front wheel can be added? The front nose cone works perfect in tight spots and the pair of large back wheels makes pushing over rough terrain very easy.
A: you could but it's not advisable due to you would spend more time removing taller grass from the wheel the ball type will let you glide over the cut grass more easy. remember the ball is up front and also to ad a wheel would extend the nose further out making it create grass to lie down and not being cut. you would have to visualize what problem you will create do a jig and see how it works for you, I say it will work to good.
A: 20 inches
A: The distance between the inside of the wheels is 16 1/2 inches, the outer edge of the wheels is 19 3/4 inches. My mower came with 2 manuals, one for the mower and one for the engine. Neither manual even mentions the drive belt or springs. They cover the oil, spark plug, air cleaner, carbon foam filter and fuel filter, but not the belt. Hopefully this means it is a rare failure. I've been using mine for 4 years, probably about 75 hrs or so of heavy use and it still works like a champ. MTD, the OEM of the unit does list a replacement drive belt on their website however. There is nothing in the manual or on any of the stickers on the unit that mentions RPM.
A: Can’t tell. It was a gift to someone else. They were very happy with it.
A: Hello Art. The string trimmer can not be replaced with plastic or metal blades. Thank you for your question.
A: You could probably use wire but dangerous.
A: This mower cannot be modified with blades. With the normal dual strings, it will cut through some thinner tree branches as is if the wood isn't too hard, you would need to try with your species. The ones I cut are usually very dry, fallen small twigs and branches so they snap fairly easily. If you really need to cut lots of branches, you can get a blade attachment for a hand held shafted string trimmer, I have one for my Craftsman that takes interchangeable heads. But not for this walk behind string trimmer.
A: mine was brand new, runs great, cuts very well. this model was the best string trimmer for the money.
A: The one that I bought was brand new when delivered.
A: It is Brand New.
A: The trimmer was a new trimmer. It was not a refurbished trimmer. I have been happy with mine for 6+ years.
A: Is the price discounted accordingly? Is not new, someone used it and now someone has cleaned and sent it out. Great machine but is not new. I would purchase for a discount.
A: Mine was new. I can attest to that.
|Name||22 in. 159cc Gas Walk-Behind String Trimmer Mower||22 in. 140 cc Gas Walk Behind String Trimmer Mower||22 in. 163cc Briggs and Stratton Gas Walk Behind String Trimmer Mower|
|Start Type||Pull Cord||Pull Cord||Pull Cord|
|Engine Make||OEM Branded Engine||Troy-Bilt Engine||Briggs and Stratton Engine|
|Features||Adjustable Cutting Height,Adjustable Handlebar,Foldable handle||Adjustable Cutting Height,Adjustable Handlebar,Assembly Required,Tool-free adjustments||Adjustable Cutting Height,Adjustable Handlebar,Assembly Required,Tool-free adjustments|
|Engine Displacement (cc)||159||140||163|
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