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I need a larger 4 wheel rotary petrol self propelled lawn mower,( not
ride on) some I see now have larger rear wheels and are driven from the
front wheels and some from the larger rear wheels ,These appear to be of
U.S.A origin and can mulch spread or bag can anyone advise as to the merits
of either wheel arrangement or tell me where I can find out Thank You E



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I need a larger 4 wheel rotary petrol self propelled lawn mower,( not
ride on) some I see now have larger rear wheels and are driven from the


These are good

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/FERRIS-ZERO-TU...180 086668577

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"Ed" wrote in message
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I need a larger 4 wheel rotary petrol self propelled lawn mower,( not
ride on) some I see now have larger rear wheels and are driven from the
front wheels and some from the larger rear wheels ,These appear to be of
U.S.A origin and can mulch spread or bag can anyone advise as to the
merits
of either wheel arrangement or tell me where I can find out Thank You E



Virtually all walk behind/pedestrian mowers are rear wheel driven. This is
the best solution as this is where the balanced weight of the machine will
be.


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"Ed" wrote in message
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I need a larger 4 wheel rotary petrol self propelled lawn mower,( not
ride on) some I see now have larger rear wheels and are driven from the
front wheels and some from the larger rear wheels ,These appear to be of
U.S.A origin and can mulch spread or bag can anyone advise as to the
merits
of either wheel arrangement or tell me where I can find out Thank You E


There are some british rear wheel drive self propelled motorised mowers.

Alan





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"Ed" wrote in message
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I need a larger 4 wheel rotary petrol self propelled lawn mower,( not
ride on) some I see now have larger rear wheels and are driven from the


These are good

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/FERRIS-ZERO-TU...180 086668577


Them is very good.
These are *way* more fun though...
http://www.greatdanemowers.co.uk/rideon.htm

Absolutely manic flat out if you remove the restrictor ;-)




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"Ed" wrote in message
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I need a larger 4 wheel rotary petrol self propelled lawn mower,( not
ride on) some I see now have larger rear wheels and are driven from the


These are good

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/FERRIS-ZERO-TU...180 086668577


Them is very good.
These are *way* more fun though...
Absolutely manic flat out if you remove the restrictor ;-)

http://www.greatdanemowers.co.uk/standon.htm


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"Ed" wrote in message
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I need a larger 4 wheel rotary petrol self propelled lawn mower,( not
ride on) some I see now have larger rear wheels and are driven from the
front wheels and some from the larger rear wheels ,These appear to be of
U.S.A origin and can mulch spread or bag can anyone advise as to the
merits
of either wheel arrangement or tell me where I can find out Thank You E


There are some british rear wheel drive self propelled motorised mowers.

Alan

Has anyone any experiance of th large rear wheeled ones driven by smaller
front wheels Thanks E






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just buy a push one u lazy old spunker
"Ed" wrote in message
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I need a larger 4 wheel rotary petrol self propelled lawn mower,( not
ride on) some I see now have larger rear wheels and are driven from the
front wheels and some from the larger rear wheels ,These appear to be of
U.S.A origin and can mulch spread or bag can anyone advise as to the
merits
of either wheel arrangement or tell me where I can find out Thank You E



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just buy a push one u lazy old spunker
"Ed" wrote in message
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I need a larger 4 wheel rotary petrol self propelled lawn mower,( not
ride on) some I see now have larger rear wheels and are driven from the
front wheels and some from the larger rear wheels ,These appear to be of
U.S.A origin and can mulch spread or bag can anyone advise as to the
merits
of either wheel arrangement or tell me where I can find out Thank You E




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