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McCulloch H350GC

McCulloch H350GC

2.4 from 7 reviews

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Stephen R

Stephen RMelbourne

Steel parts are very Good - Plastic wheel gears don't last the journey

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cuts a great lawn and the steel parts all work very well and will last. Plastic wheel Gears chewed out after 2 years (Spring lawn cutting only ) I've modified twice with a drill bit to get both wheels engaging again. I also added plastic clip cover so the cuttings don't fly over the back of the catcher. Hopefully they have improved the Lego gear design.


Willsey

WillseyBrisbane, Queensland

  • 10 reviews
  • 23 likes

5 years of service without any servicing!

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Nylon cogs aren't up to the job.

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Same as above. One year old, interior nylon wheel cogs have worn so they no longer engage to spin the blades on either wheel. For $100 plus you'd expect a little better longevity. Now looking for something better. Not recommended if design hasn't changed.

McCulloch H350GC - cheap gears

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When I bought this push mower for a small city lawn it worked fine at first. But at the start of the second season it has stopped working completely. I took the drive wheel off and found the gears are made of plastic. The wheel casing has warped very slightly (1mm) and that has been enough for the gear teeth to no longer meet. Now when you push the mower you hear the click click click of slipping gears and the blades don't even turn. A typical example of cheeping out on a critical part to save a few bucks with the consequence that what could have been a good product is now junk. I will not buy a McCulloch after this experience


Cheap n nasty

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Had this one for a few years. It spins and cuts grass. That's the only positive thing I can say. The catcher kept falling off, and I spent more time reattaching it than cutting grass. The adjustable height levels need to be tightened very tightly otherwise it will always slip. I gave it a spray with WD40 yesterday and it killed it. The barrel no longer spins when the wheels turn. I'm getting a flymo.
cheap.


Daveooo

DaveoooIllawarra, NSW

  • 3 reviews

Good for winter trimming of lawns

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No problem at all with this mower Good for tidying up winter lawns. Don't know how it would go on longer summer lawns but for tidying up it is perfect and not bad excercise either.I think like anything you would have to give this mower a little bit more maintenance than your normal mower.
Good for cutting low grass


Jason2742

Jason2742Wellington

Doesn't really work

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The first couple of times I used this mower, it seemed fine. But now the cylinder blade simply stops spinning as soon as I get into medium-length grass. The interior of the wheel is lined with gear teeth, which are supposed to engage with a pinion gear that connects to the cylinder blade. However, the gears are made out of plastic and do not mesh properly, so they easily slip.
Inexpensive, easy to adjust the height and blade distance
Doesn't cut most grass. Hmm.

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Details

CategoryManual Lawn Mowers
Price (RRP)119
Power SourceManual
Cutting Width350
Maximum Cutting Height32
Minimum Cutting Height15
Mulching CapabilityNo

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