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Lawn-Boy 10641


$269.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Self-propulsion works well, can get just the right speed easily. Goes up hills effortlessly, plenty of power. Able to fit it into tighter spots.

The Cons:Mulching system tends to dump clumps of clippings at the ends of the row. Harder yard debris like pine cones can damage the motor. Need to read the instructions and make sure you add oil properly or it will smoke heavily.

The 10641 is a walk-behind gas mower from Lawn-Boy's 2009 lineup.  The mower is a step up from the 10640 since it features a variable speed self-propelled drive system with large wheels for easier maneuverability.

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  It offers 6.5 ft. lbs of gross torque with a Briggs & Stratton ready-start engine for powerful performance.  The 10641 includes Lawn-Boy's 3-in-1 system which quickly changes between the mulch, rear bag, and side discharge functions.  It also has a 20" lightweight steel deck that can be adjusted to the optimum mowing height.  The mower has a suggested retail price of $269 and comes with a complete 2 year warranty.  The 10641 is the same model as the 10646 with the exception that it is not CARB compliant while the 10646 is.

Features/Specs

  • 6.5 Ft. Lbs Gross Torque
  • Briggs & Stratton Ready-Start Engine
  • Variable Speed Self-Propelled Drive System
  • 20" Lightweight Steel Deck
  • Adjustable Mowing Deck Height
  • 3-n-1 System: Mulch, Rear Bag, and Side Discharge
  • Easy Turn Wheels - 7" Front, 8" Rear
  • Cutting Height: 1-4"
  • Weight: 70 lbs.
  • 2 year Complete Coverage Warranty

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Pros
  • 1

    self-propulsion works well, can get just the right speed easily

  • 1

    goes up hills effortlessly, plenty of power

  • 1

    able to fit it into tighter spots

  • 1

    easy to handle, works around corners well and you can be fairly precise with it

  • 1

    starts right away every time, don't need to keep pulling the cord over and over

Cons
  • 2

    mulching system tends to dump clumps of clippings at the ends of the row

  • 1

    harder yard debris like pine cones can damage the motor

  • 1

    need to read the instructions and make sure you add oil properly or it will smoke heavily

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