Poulan Pro Lawn Mower Parts

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Poulan Pro was founded in 1944 and manufactures a variety of powerful lawn tools, including lawnmowers, trimmers, blowers and tillers. In addition to standard walk-behind mowers, the company makes zero turn mowers and riding mowers. Poulan Pro has six different walk-behind mower models, and five of the models have a 625 Series Briggs and Stratton engine. The Poulan Pro PR625N21RH is different from other models in that it has a 21-inch cutting width and a push drive system. As of 2011, the cost of the mower is about £162.


The Poulan Pro PR625N21RH lawnmower features a 190cc Briggs & Stratton 625 Series engine. The 625 Series engine has 6.25 foot-pounds of gross torque, and a Prime 'N Pull E-Z Starting System that allows for easy starts by pumping the proper amount of fuel into the carburettor. A performance muffler in the engine is designed to reduce the noise in a lawnmower, and a flat panel air filter provides superior engine protection. Fuel capacity within the engine is .25 gallons, and oil capacity is 567gr.


The Poulan Pro lawnmower has a 21-inch cutting deck along with a 3-in-1 cutting system that includes mulching, side discharge and rear-bag capabilities. Operators can use the Tool-Less 5-position height adjuster to transition into different cutting heights. The cutting deck material is made of steel.


The front wheels are 8 inches while the back wheels are 12 inches to help operators manoeuvre through taller grass and rough terrain. A foldable handle on the Poulan Pro lawnmower allows for easy storage and transportation.


In addition to a Poulan Pro lawnmower, individuals have the option of purchasing a number of Poulan Pro attachments. These attachments include an edger, cultivator, blower, brush cutter and pole pruner. Attachments allow individuals to help maintain a lawn and improve the aesthetics along sidewalks, driveways and gardens.

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