MCCULLOCH M46-140WR 46CM 140CC SELF-PROPELLED ROTARY LAWN MOWER WITH MULCH £199.99 @ Screwfix
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MCCULLOCH M46-140WR 46CM 140CC SELF-PROPELLED ROTARY LAWN MOWER WITH MULCH £199.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 17th Jul
Robust powder-coated steel construction with high wheels for easy manoeuvring. Mulching facility shreds and returns grass cuttings as fertilisers. Ball-bearings increase the life span of the wheels and make the mower run more smoothly.

140cc 4-Stroke Briggs & Stratton E Series Engine
6 Cutting Heights (30-80mm)
46cm Cutting Width
50Ltr Grass Collector
Steel Deck
Metal Blade
Single-Speed Drive

12 Comments

Self-Propelled by Oneself?

Looking4Glitches

Self-Propelled by Oneself?



Yes the one self of the lawn mower

Have one of these myself - it's a good and reliable mower - just find that 30mm minimum cut height is not low enough. Would have considered this one maybe instead for the same money

screwfix.com/p/m…23f

prattmmc

Have one of these myself - it's a good and reliable mower - just find … Have one of these myself - it's a good and reliable mower - just find that 30mm minimum cut height is not low enough. Would have considered this one maybe instead for the same moneyhttp://www.screwfix.com/p/mountfield-hp185-45cm-125cc-hand-propelled-rotary-petrol-lawn-mower/1323f



Simple spacer under the blade, it's all I did.

Original Poster

OrribleHarry10 m ago

Simple spacer under the blade, it's all I did.

What's a spacer ??

http://img.directindustry.com/images_di/photo-m2/7884-3786171.jpg

stanleyjacob

What's a spacer ??


Plenty on ebay etc 10mm thick will make it 20mm cut for example.

Excellent idea - don't know wjy I haven't though of that !Thanks

Original Poster

That's a nice idea,Thanks guys
Edited by: "stanleyjacob" 17th Jul

Does anyone have the M46-110R? If so, has anyone had any bother folding the handles after use to store away? Can't seem to fold them without them come out of the frame itself which is far from ideal.

I have a similar mower from the same group of companies, looks like it has the same deck but mine is an older generation version of this. It's over 10 years old now and I've been abusing the Briggs and Stratton engine, I've put oil in it once about 8 years ago. Every spring it comes out and starts up and does its job perfectly the whole summer. It's a miracle of robustness and reliability, Briggs and Stratton don't get enough credit for how much stick their stuff can take and still work.

These are still £199.99 at screwfix so whilst the deal has expired, the actual price seems to still be live.
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