LEHR LM139SP 20-Inch 5 HP 4-Cycle OHV Propane-Powered Self-Propelled Eco Mower (CARB Compliant) Reviews Done For You

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  1. Brad Renninger
    June 27, 2010
    11:14 pm

    Review by Brad Renninger for LEHR LM139SP 20-Inch 5 HP 4-Cycle OHV Propane-Powered Self-Propelled Eco Mower (CARB Compliant)
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    I’ll cut to the chase on this one. I’m sure most of you, like I was, are asking is there anything wrong with this mower? The answer is no. The mower takes about 5 minutes to unpack and setup. After adding some 10w-30 oil and a propane tank it’s ready to go.

    First time cranking it up is uneventful. To start mine it was just a matter of three pulls on the handle. But since then, it’s down to 1 pull, or 2 if I disconnected the tank. Pull starting it is barely harder than opening an old refrigerator door, and much easier than other mowers. The throttle may take some getting used to. It’s propane so when you increase the throttle it takes a few seconds to catch up. And for everyone wondering how long a tank lasts I have the answer. This thing will run full speed, with the drive wheels engaged for 1 hour and 15 minutes exactly. I ran out of things to mow figuring that out.

    The self propelled feature is nice, nothing fancy to break. The speed is adjusted with the throttle, and disengaged with a second handle underneath the brake handle. Push the mower without the drive engaged and you’ll hear the drive components freewheeling. It’s not very loud, but you can feel a faint resistance. I’ve had a little trouble with my wheel drive belt though. Twice now the wheels failed to engage. But all I gotta do is tighten the belt tension a tad. Not a big deal.

    One fascinating feature about the mower is that most everything is either bolted on, or held in place with pins. No rivets, or anything of the sort to work their way loose. Almost all the components are heavy duty and held into place with a bracket or a clamp. I say almost all, because there is one thing that may fall off. That’s the hubcaps. Every wheel has a little Grey hubcap that keeps debris out of the axle components. The hubcaps just snap on, and are pretty easy to pull off. But don’t worry, They won’t affect anything if you pull them off. Plus you can give them to a friend that has a gas mower that never seems to start or run correctly. Might make him/her feel better when your mowing your lawn like a champ.

  2. javajunki
    June 27, 2010
    11:16 pm

    Review by javajunki for LEHR LM139SP 20-Inch 5 HP 4-Cycle OHV Propane-Powered Self-Propelled Eco Mower (CARB Compliant)
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    I will replace this review as soon as the actual product comes out. Typically I’m not prone to write a “review” before receiving a product however, the extensive delays also speak the the company itself especially for a new item to the market.

    When I first read about propane powered lawnmower it seems like a great idea; convenient, less odor, easy ability to transport if/when needed. However, an unknown name with a brand new technology is always uncertain….still, for $300 I figured I’d give it a try. Now I’m beginning to question that wisdom.

    If a new company with a new technology cannot manage to even sell the product in a timely fashion (and I mean 3 months and counting) then I can’t even imagine what trying to get parts or service will be like. To say I’m underwhelmed at this point would be an understatement. To date, the company is ruining their reputation even before getting started.

    For anyone that wants to actually mow their yard this summer…I suggest looking elsewhere. Every anticipated delivery date has come/gone without a machine having been shipped…just a new delivery date.

  3. SaturnFan
    June 27, 2010
    11:22 pm

    Review by SaturnFan for LEHR LM139SP 20-Inch 5 HP 4-Cycle OHV Propane-Powered Self-Propelled Eco Mower (CARB Compliant)
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    Brad,

    Does this review mean that you got your mower? I ordered mine when first offered (can’t remember how long ago) and am still waiting for them to be in stock.

    ???

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