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Old 05-11-03, 07:34 PM
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Toro super recycler vs. Sears w/ Honda engine

I'm in the market for a new push/self propeled mower and am comparing the Toro with the aluminum deck (super recycler) vs. a Sears mower with a Honda motor. Mulching is very important to me however Consumer reports has only rated the toro with a better than average score and the sears/honda #37850 with average for mulching. Has anyone used the new Toro super recycler model #20036 or similar and found it to be any better at mulching than average. From the design it seams that it should be but it may not be the case.
 
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Old 05-11-03, 08:46 PM
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Hello: stnaxe

Engine and or mower selection is one of several determining factors to consider when planning to make a mower purchase.

To determine which machine is best, in my opinion, reading the consumers reports as you have already done is the best method for determining which machine is best for your lawn mowing conditions and usages.

The intent is the obtain an independent and non biased informational report which is free of personal opinions.

From these reports you and only you can best determine for yourself which brand and which machine will provide you with the best product for it's intended usage.

Any other means for obtaining information will only provide you with personal opinions. All of which are selective and most likely biased based on personal observations and ownership. None of which may be the same for you and your intended usage of the equipment.

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