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Posted on February 11, 2012 by Mr.Green | Edit 17 comments Leave a comment

Scotts 2000-20 20-Inch Classic Push Reel Lawn Mower
Product Type: Lawn & Patio Sale Price: $107.34 Average Rating: Usually ships in 24 hours Click Here for more details

Eliminate fuel costs and get some exercise with this classic Scott 20in. push reel mower. Drive: Push, Cutting Width (in.): 20, Engine: None, Discharge: Rear, Cutting Height (in.): 1 to 3, Blade Type: 5 blade, 4 spider ball earing reel, Front Tire Size (in.): 10 (primary wheels), Rear Tire Size (in.): 6 (tracking wheels), Dimensions L x W x H (in.): 28 x 18 x 11 Light, maneuverable, economical, and , the Scotts 2000-20 Classic Push Reel Lawnmower handles thick turf with ease and provides a quiet, pollution-free solution for any lawn. The mower's dual tracking wheels and ultra-sharp steel blades ensure easy, accurate cutting and efficient operation. Powered by you, the mower has a wide cutting path and quick-snap height adjusters that ensure effortless operation and keep you in complete control of your grass height. .caption {font-family: Verdana, Helvetica neue, Arial, serif;font-size: 10px;font-weight: bold;font-style: italic;}ul.indent {list-style: inside disc;text-indent: 20px;}img.withlink {border:1px black solid;}a.nodecoration {text-decoration: none}

A wide cutting path, quick adjustment, and dual tracking wheels make mowing easy. View larger. and Easy to Assemble With the Scotts 2000-20 Classic Push Reel Lawnmower, you not only save yourself the expense of purchasing gasoline, but you also decrease your carbon footprint by eliminating the pollution created by a gas mower. Powered by you, this mower has no complicated engine components to deal with and assembles with no tools required, so you can be ready to cut the grass within minutes of receiving your new lawnmower. Wider Cutting Width Reduces Time and Effort The Scotts 2000-20 Classic Push Reel Lawnmower features a wider-than-average 20-inch cutting width that reduces time and effort on your part. A wide 20-inch cutting path will reduce the number of passes required to cut your lawn, so you will get the job done more quickly and more efficiently. Quick-Snap Height Adjusters Mean Easy Custom Control Get complete control over the height of your lawn. The easy-to-use quick-snap height adjusters provide fingertip control over your blade height for precision cuts. Adjustable from one to three inches, they easily fit into nine different height slots and stay securely locked in place thanks to quick-snap technology. Precision Blade Technology and Ball Bearing Reel The five-spider, five-blade reel features five heat-treated steel blades for accurate cuts every time. Designed with smooth ball bearings, the blades spin efficiently as you push the mower. Each blade slices through grass with extreme precision, leaving behind fine mulch, which is essential for a healthy lawn. The five-blade cutting action is designed to provide precision performance over the life of the mower, and its tough, heavy-duty steel design is built to last. Dual Wheel Tracking for Maneuverability The Scotts Classic Push Reel Lawnmower features two 10-inch composite wheels with radial tires plus two six-inch tracking wheels for added maneuverability. This innovative dual wheel tracking technology eliminates drag and makes it easier to push the Scotts 2000-20 mower over even the toughest terrain. The loop-style handle with foam grip provides added comfort during operation and also enhances the mower's maneuverability. The Scotts 2000-20 20-Inch Classic Push Reel Lawnmower weighs approximately 34 pounds (shipping weight) and is backed by a two-year warranty. What's in the Box Scotts 2000-20 Classic Push Reel Lawnmower, handle, and composite wheels.

20-inch reel mower with 10-inch dual tracking wheels and rugged radial tires 9 grass heights to choose from (1-3 inches) controlled by quick-snap height adjusters

5 heat-treated, steel blades; Includes mower, handle, composite wheels 2-year warranty

John Deere Lawn Mowers. The range of John Deere mowers goes from push mowers to riding mowers in just about any size you need for your lawn. The John Deere name has been a well known brand for many years. From residential to commercial mowers they sell what you need to get the job done. The residential push mowers are available in a variety of sizes from the 21" self propelled gas push mower that retails for around 9. This mower features 6.75 ft/lbs torque and easily converts from a mulch to bag to discharge mower. The height is adjustable to nine different levels. The rear wheel drive is great for the performance of the mower on any type of terrain. If you are looking for a 21" push mower without the self propulsion there are several available including ones with bags. Your choices include gas mowers or electric. The convenience of being lightweight combined with the edge trimming that is available make this mower one of the best for trimming your lawn. For smaller lawns a 16" mower is available. The prices range on these mowers from about 0 right on up the scale to the riding lawn mowers. The John Deere line of mowers make the one that is right for your needs. If a riding mower is what you are looking for the 19.5 horsepower, 42" riding mower is available for 99. The convenience of riding instead of pushing combined with the maneuverability of this mower make it a great value for medium to large yards. The John Deere mower is made of cast aluminum to prevent rusting of the deck. The mower will keep the great look it had when you purchased it. The ability to life the blade system so they will be safe while transporting the mower is one of the features many people have come to expect from John Deere. The mowers are available with bagger options so there is no need to rake the grass trimmings. The easy adjustment of the mower allows for trimming to the desired height. There are several riding mowers available from residential to commercial. Included in the residential mowers are the 22 horsepower with 42" cut for 99 and the 26 horsepower with 54" cut for 99. These are only a few of the fine mowers made by John Deere. The commercial mowers made by John Deere is one you will choose for the commercial work you do. The Deere 1600 Turbo commercial mower is one that you might want to consider. These mowers retail for ,649. However if you are in the market for a used mower you can purchase one for around ,000. No matter if it is new or used John Deere stands behind their products. This mower is one of the best for mowing no matter where you need to mow. The on-demand or full time four wheel drive makes this mower a great one for mowing on steep terrain where other mowers will not go. If you are looking for the best name in mowers, try the John Deere brand. If you need a new or used mower they still have the best ones available for the best price. Used push mowers are available from around 0 and up. This is about half the price of the new push mower. The riding mowers are all different prices depending upon the usage. Regardless of the type you are seeking, you will find the John Deere name at virtually anywhere you shop, online or off. About the author: Source:

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17 Responses to “John Deere Riding Mowers”
krs1x2 February 12, 2012 at 11:45 am (Edit) how to change belts on john deere riding mowers?
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custom102004 February 21, 2012 at 11:19 pm (Edit) there should be a belt tensioner under there ( its a pulley that isnt hooked to motor or blade axle) it will have a spring putting pressure on it towards the belt. take a wrench of correct size to the bolt holding that pulley on and turn it in the direction away from the belt.

tom w February 12, 2012 at 9:28 pm (Edit) What is a good price for a Model LX277 & LX266 John Deere riding lawn mowers? LX277 is a 2004, LX266 is a 2003. Both are in excellent condition.


Water Garden Vista February 23, 2012 at 1:30 pm (Edit) Take them by your local John Deere dealer and see how much they would give you for them. Add about 25 to 30% and that will tell you about what it is worth.


Neerdowellian February 14, 2012 at 9:02 am (Edit) Do John Deere riding mowers cost more at a John Deere dealer or at a retail store like Home Depot or Lowe’s? And if it’s more at a John Deere dealer, why would I buy one there as opposed to one of the stores?


Rinkydink February 26, 2012 at 7:50 pm (Edit)


Home Depot has a cheaper line of tractors. Dealers handle different model numbers and are built to last. Go see a dealer and ask him to tell you the difference to a HD. I bought a Deere in 1990 and with regular maintenance it is still going strong and looks like new. Last year I asked my dealer why I’d have to pay $4100.00 to him should I want to replace mine vs $1700.00 for a similar model at HD. He explained the difference to me. I’m happy with my 1990 with no plans on replacing it. I don’t think I’d say the same with a HD Deere.

Les R February 17, 2012 at 3:24 pm (Edit) When is the best time to buy a John Deere riding mower?

It’s not an emergency but I need to by a new riding mower. I’ve decided on a John Deere LA115 with muching plate and maybe a tow behind sprayer. Anyway, does anyone know what time of year is best or if it even makes a difference when you buy one?

Anonymous February 17, 2012 at 5:46 pm (Edit) How much does a John Deere riding mower cost? These are about the best mowers I’ve ever seen I’d like to know how much they are, I can’t find prices on the site.

jnwmom February 18, 2012 at 1:37 pm (Edit) Can anyone tell me if they make pedal extensions for john deere riding lawn mowers? If so can you tell me where to get them on line?I appreciate the help.Happy 4th to everyone.


Anonymous February 25, 2012 at 11:30 am (Edit) I have never seen one but I suggest you ask John Deere or a JD authorized dealer that sells parts and does repairs.


thebiggestfish February 18, 2012 at 10:51 pm (Edit) are john deere riding mowers worth the money?


I have two cub cadets… an International Harvester that is at 700+ hours and still works fine (usually) and a cheap MTD cub cadet bought about 7 years ago that surprisingly lasted over 500 hours but now cuts like crap and is literally falling apart. I want to purchase a nice riding mower (not a z-turn) good for over 6 acres a week that will last for a long time and will maintain its nice cutting ability for a while. I’m thinking the John Deere 304x will do great, but is it really what its worked up to be? Or is there a cheaper option that is equally as well-built?


Anonymous February 25, 2012 at 1:09 pm (Edit) Without getting into the utility tractor size it seems that quality riding lawnmowers are: John Deere. Cub Cadet. Toro-WheelHorse.

I’ve found the green paint must really be expensive, but any of the three, in that price range, will be good tractors. (I got 16 years, 2000 hrs+ off of an Onan powered Toro, Plowing snow, tilling, and about 5 acres a week mowing. Went with Cub Cadet only because there is no longer a Toro dealer local.)

Jules February 21, 2012 at 11:42 am (Edit) Home Depot and John Deere riding mowers?

I recently purchased a home and it has a huge lawn that needs to be cut. I’ve never purchased a lawn mower before, but knew I wanted a John Deere and I decided to go to to the Home Depot to price a riding one (I live in a small town, so this is the only big-box, hardware store in the area). Apparently, they only had (1) in stock (an LA105), but it was on their floor, but showed very slightly worn tires, and dust (probably when they drove on the floor). Anyway, as far as I was concerned, it wasn’t exactly new (wasn’t crated), but since it was the only one there, I asked if they would give me a slight price break (not much, maybe 5 or 10% off), and I would buy right now. I was rudely told “this is not a floor model, it was new.. no mower comes assembled, and John Deere actually has a service person come out to build and check it before they put it out”. Does anyone know if this is true? I may be ignorant when it comes to buying a mower, but I find it hard to believe homeowners have to assemble a riding mower on their own if they don’t buy the one sitting out on the floor. What do you think? Thanks.

Sonny H February 22, 2012 at 7:44 am (Edit) never mind home depo– go on line and find your john deere dealer, as they will be for real,,

Anonymous February 24, 2012 at 12:39 pm (Edit) Question regards to my John Deere Riding mower? This year, I bought three traction belts for the deck already. Something is wrong! When I engage the blades, the deck violently shakes and makes loud noise during operation. Then today, the belt came off four times. I gave up mowing. What can be wrong? I have John Deere L130 riding mower.


Anonymous February 25, 2012 at 8:56 am (Edit)


the bearing or bushing are probably shot can you shake and move the blade are the pulleys lined up so there is no angle on the belt. when belt is off dose it spin freely

Anonymous February 25, 2012 at 10:22 pm (Edit) What kind of oil and how much oil do I put in a john deere riding mower? I have a john deere 48 inch cut riding mower and I am wondering how much oil that I need to put in it and what kind of oil do I use? How do I change the oil filter also?

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