Best push mower, self propelled 21", for maybe 3 or 4 times a week.

rippinryno

LawnSite Gold Member
Alright well my 6x12 trailer is full by the time i get the 54" ZTR and the 32" stander in there. I can't hardly get my 30" timemaster anywhere easily. I'm looking for a 21" that I can sneak in the trailer for only a handful of lawns that have hills and close areas near houses and fences that I cannot get with the 32 stander. I'm currently looking at a honda at home depot, but really dont' have any major preferences, so if anybody knows of one that's good for cheaper, just let me know.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Honda-2...awn-Mower-with-Auto-Choke-HRR216VKA/308769340
 

No gloves

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
California
Alright well my 6x12 trailer is full by the time i get the 54" ZTR and the 32" stander in there. I can't hardly get my 30" timemaster anywhere easily. I'm looking for a 21" that I can sneak in the trailer for only a handful of lawns that have hills and close areas near houses and fences that I cannot get with the 32 stander. I'm currently looking at a honda at home depot, but really dont' have any major preferences, so if anybody knows of one that's good for cheaper, just let me know.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Honda-2...awn-Mower-with-Auto-Choke-HRR216VKA/308769340
used this last year on leaf cleanups.also use on garbage lawns.verry impressed.the back wheels can lock up but it's an easy fix without taking wheels off.prefer these lighter mowers over heavier commercial
 

ggb6259

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
USA
I have one and it was ok at first. Power down as the motor did not generate enough RPM to cut worth a damn. I found a video on adjusting carb, tweak it by ear and now its a whole heck of a lot better. The rear discharge is adequate. My do over would be a mower with a mulch/bag side discharge.
 

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