This mower has been updated: Go here to read my review: Husqvarna SRD Model 28002 30 inch Bagging Mower
The Side Rear Discharge Lawn Tractor (SRD) has changed from last years model. This model costs less than the 2009 and still gives you the same quality of cut and bagging capability. While I don’t personally like this mower, but it may be just right for you if you have a small yard, raise your own produce and have gone “green.” See the rest of my review after the Specs.
Listed On Sears As: Craftsman Briggs & Stratton Silver 17.5 hp 30” Side Rear Discharge Tractor
Read My Review Below These Specs:
Ca Model: N/A
Engine HP: 17.5
Engine Brand: Briggs & Stratton Silver
Transmission: 6 speed gear
Transmission Control: Lever on Fender
Mower Width: 30 inch
Cutting Positions: 6
Gauge Wheels: No
Washout port: No
Blade Engagement: Manual
Turning Radius: 16 inch
Front Axle: Welded Steel Tube
Rear Tires: 16 x 6
Slide Seat Adjust: Yes
Service Minder: No
For 2010 Sears lowered the cost about $200 by changing from a hydrostatic transmission to a manual six speed. This change puts this mower into the price range of the other 28 to 32 inch mowers on the market. (This mower includes the bagger)
Specifically this mower is 32 inches wide (cutting width 30 inches) and is designed to bag your clippings and easily dump them on your compost pile. SRD means: the clippings discharge out the side of the deck, into a chute inside the mower. The chute goes to the rear of the mower and the clippings dump into the integral bagger.
Just back up to your drop pile, reach over to your left, pull out the bag lever and dump your clippings. No need to get off the mower to dump.
Sears improved the safety switch on the bagger. There were quite a few complaints about the bag not sitting on the switch properly and the mower kept cutting out. With the new switch this has been eliminated.
You can not use the mower without the bag. There is no side discharge option but there is a mulching kit available. It has a hitch inside the bag compartment so you can remove the bag and pull non-ground engaging attachments like carts and thatchers. The bag comes off very easily.
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