I presume you mean MTD. I'm just a homeowner, but I'd stay away from anything produced by that company. I'd also stay away from any and all lawn mowers sold by Lowes, Home Depot or Sears. You live in North Carolina! Why don't you drive over to Winston-Salem and pick up a Quick 36?Are Bolens pushmowers made by MDT good?Good enough only using it a few times a week?Thanks
I agree with petekief. Sometimes, a couple hundred bucks is all you need to spend. I use a residential model 21". This is just an estimate, but, we probably use it 1 hour per week. Not enough to justify the price of a commercial 21". It should last 3-5 years at that rate. As little as $50.00 bucks a year = excellent return on investment.i got a 22" mulching mower from sears 2 years ago - 4.5 horse briggs - i use it where the walk behind won't go, which i use where the z won't go - i don't use it much - i hit a small well hiden stump with it last year bent the blade to crap and bent the shaft a little - it shakes some now but i'm using it till it dies - $144 - it is what it is - a discardable item - if i had a $700 honda i would have been crying big tears - it is perfect for what i need
I wasn't aware of that. In fact, I was in Lowes today and looked, but there were no Honda lawnmowers. I saw an MTD-manufactured mower with a Honda engine, but no hundred-percent Hondas. I also saw the Bolens that was referred to, and it was only about $140. I guess I have to agree with the others who posted here in that at that price it's ok to get as a throw-away. But why bring up the topic of how good it is? Does it make any difference even if the answer is ...."not very"?uhhhhhhhhh, doesn't LowesDepot sell Honda???????