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Lawn Boy 20" Self Propelled Electric Start - $220

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Lawn Boy
model name / number: 10634
size / dimensions: 20"

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This is a great lightweight, easy to maneuver mower that is best suited for homes with small yards. This mower with the electric start would be great for someone that has difficulty pulling a start rope on a mower. With the self propelled, it pulls itself along thus reducing your physical stress.,

The engine is a 6.25 hp Briggs & Stratton with enough power to make cutting the grass a non event. B&S is a very dependable engine.

If you forget to charge the battery, don't worry it starts on the first or second pull of the rope if needed.

Fully Serviced Mower.

Fuel system has been flushed and cleaned. Spark plug is cleaned or replaced. Air filter cleaned or replaced. Oil changed to synthetic Mobil one 10w30. Blade has been checked or sharpened. Both cables have been replaced with new.

It has a new battery, and a charger to plug it in between uses. The battery charger uses very little electric to maintain the battery charge. Wheel height adjusters lubricated.

Why I have many pieces of yard equipment on CL?

I have friends in the Philippines for a few years now. These people are hard working (60 hour workweek) and still can't afford the necessities of life. A good paying factory job there pays about 12,000 pesos per month. That's about $600 USD. Unlike the USA, where social programs help fund food, shelter, etc, they don't have it. Even the government schools lack resources and children go to school hungry.

A neighbor who collects metal, pick up mowers and lawn equipment. He sells the better pieces to me. I clean them up, repair and service them. Then offer them here for sale at a fair price. When I sell one, I recover my actual cost, and use the remaining money to buy things they need there. I get boxes called Balik Bayan full and ship them to different families.

Want to know more, just ask.

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