21 inch self propelled mower

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I'm a bit frustrated that the deck is so long up front. in my yard, I have a lot of tight spaces and the front deck/wheels extend way farther than appears necessary. This makes completing rows cleanly difficult. In fact, the whole product is big for its purpose.
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John Walsh

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  • a bit frustrated that the deck is so long up front. in my yard, I have a lot of tight spaces and the front deck/wheels extend way farther than appears necessary. This makes completing rows cleanly difficult. In fact, the whole product is big for its purpo

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Sharon Beasley

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That never bothers me as I usually will be weed eating edges after mowing.
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Julio Villanueva

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You call always finish job with weeder
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Rob

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It is a bit bulky. The first one was worse. But like everyone else said, that's what a weed-eater is for.
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David Cline

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I still get confused every time someone uses the brand name Weed Eater to refer to a string trimmer, but at least now I know what everyone means!

The 21" definitely is better, but still gets much closer from the side. If the space isn't wide enough to get the mower in there sideways then it sounds more like a job for a string trimmer than a mower anyway.

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