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Re: Husqvarna push mower

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olilt

10-10-2012 19:02:43
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I was in the market for a mower a few years ago and Husqvarna was one of the mowers I looked at. I also looked at a Craftsman and determined it was the same mower as a Husqvarna. In short, Husqvarna does not make their own lawn mowers. They go to another manufacturer, and rebadge their product. Depending on the model you are considering, the Husqvarna may be a good choice. Just be aware of what you are looking at. I eventually purchased an Ariens, and have been satisfied with it.

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t.r.k.

10-10-2012 19:32:10
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 Re: Husqvarna push mower in reply to olilt, 10-10-2012 19:02:43  
Well, actually Husqvarna currently owns the company, and they build mowers that say Craftsman on them. In addition to Poulan, Weed Eater and many other names.

Before that it was Electrolux and before that it was Roper and AYP.

I work in a dealership that sells Husqvarna products. Their push mowers are not particularly troublesome. At least not as long as the customer keeps good fresh gas in them.

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d beatty

10-15-2012 08:20:15
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 Re: Husqvarna push mower in reply to t.r.k., 10-10-2012 19:32:10  
t.r.k. isn't Electrolux still the mother company of all of them? I was in the history of Electrolux several weeks ago and these companys are owned by Electrolux.



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