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    Jun 2012
    Two Honda HRX217HYA's and an HRR216TDA

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    I just wanted to tell you that there are many groups available for people to join. There is a Honda Owners Group. You can join this group if you have any kind of Honda equipment....from mowers to snowblowers, if you have one, join! You can have discussions and post pictures! The more members the better, so join below:
    Honda Owners Group:
    Last edited by lawn mower fanatic; 06-11-2013 at 07:28 AM.
    2013 4x6 custom utility trailer
    Honda HRX217(3)HYA mower
    Honda HRX217(5)HYA mower
    Honda HRR216TDA mower
    Echo SRM-225 trimmer
    Echo GT-2100 trimmer
    Echo PB-770T backpack blower
    Echo PB-255LN handheld blower
    Echo PE-225 edger
    Craftsman 24" 179cc dual-stage snow blower
    Black and Decker 22" electric hedge trimmer

  2. #2

    Join Date
    Sep 2018

    Re: Honda Owners Group

    I love my Honda, I never will get rid of it.

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    Join Date
    Apr 2019

    Re: Honda Owners Group

    Don’t love mine...bought mine over the internet and it seemed it was shipped in the factory box without it ever being opened. After much research I found it wouldn’t roll backward because someone who had one too many put the pinion gears on backwards

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    Join Date
    Oct 2019

    Re: Honda Owners Group

    don't love mine. I mentiomed to Hubby read that a Honda was great and easy to start. so when he went back to big former city last year during the winter. He went by himself and bought a Honda. Well the saleman said someone returned it or traded it in. it looked new He said. Got the 3 yr like new warranty too.
    I had mentioned also that an elec start model might be good too previously.
    It is so heavy of a deck. It is so hard to push it back up the hill when motor is off. ( i am. a SEnior skinny female )and Right away Noticed it was so hard to restart when you would let go of the blade engagement to empty bagger etc. had to wait a long time for it to work rather turning the key or pulling the recoil starter. what a pain in the butt
    The reason had to turn off the mower before putting it back in the garage as the s driveway up hill and is gravel
    Now I still have my old Bunton but havent used it in a long time Cause Hubby used the big rider to cut most of the acreage. and a mower to trim areas he cant get to with the 54 inch cut tractor
    we also had a Neuton mower sev yrs old so prev used that some for "trimming" some.
    I wanted to kick the mower cause when i want to mulch leaves etc I wanna get it done. Not wait around for the engine to start again. For the money this thing cost I said "why doesn't it have a blade stop like the old Bunton does ?
    when WE went back to city last week dropped off the Honda to be looked at. I asked why their Hondas didnt have an aluminum deck.. LIke my former Craftsman, and sev prev Lawn Boys... I didnt mention about blades not being able to be stopped. we were in semi hurry and place was busy.
    Hubby Called today and supposedly they just started on it. City is 1 1/2 hrs away.
    so I got looking some thru the Honda questions on THIS FORUM and I see the words"roto_stop" Now Im livid
    I could have had such a feature. Rah. and not have to turn off the engine to go around the other part of yard etc when going over the gravel driveway
    I hurriedly told Hubby about such a feature.. He said the salesman never even told him about such........ Im spiting mad
    anybody else have such a prob with their Hondas having to wait a lot time to restart the engine? etc. Hubby saw or read somewhere about that carb and something to do with "wax"

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