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View Poll Results: Which 21 is best?
Toro 22156 Self Propelled 15 25.00%
Exmark 21 X-series Self Propelled 18 30.00%
Snapper Hi-Vac Self Propelled 4 6.67%
Other Self Propelled 24 40.00%
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Old 02-18-2013, 01:11 AM
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Honda commercial twin blade metal wheels. Bullet proof gxv motor
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Old 02-18-2013, 01:39 AM
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That's a nice discount off of the MSRP of $699.


One caveat: IFF one side-discharges most of the time, they will likely be more impressed with a machine that does so directly out of the right side as opposed to a rear chute that directs the clippings toward the left. Much better clipping dispersal allowing for a better cut in wet/moist conditions.

My vote is for the Toro 22156.
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i think it's $500 it may be $599. i haven't been to home depot in a long time since there's not one where i live.

the honda rear discharges straight down which is a plus to me since the clippings won't be going into the street or onto sidewalks and such.
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The problem with that mower is the thumb drive controls, they will wear you out if you use it for any length of time. I would steer clear of that drive system at all cost, standard bail control Hondas are good machines.
to me that's the best part of the mower. i love the thumb controls. alot easier than pulling on a bail or levers. if your thumbs bother you then you can use your palms to push it down. i used to ride atv's all day long using thumb throttle. it never bothered me at all.
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