TB360 XP™ High Wheel Self-Propelled Mower with Rear Wheel Drive

21" TriAction® Cutting System with 3-in-1 Capability: Side Discharge / Mulch / Rear Bag

Model No. 12AKP6BC766

$429.00

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The TB360 XP rear wheel self-propelled lawn mower features front caster wheels that provide zero-turn maneuverability around trees, landscape beds and fences. The variable, 4-speed transmission adds greater control of speed and maneuverability and the rear wheel drive delivers added traction needed for uneven terrains. Use the single cutting height adjustment lever for the perfect cut. Plus, the deck wash port that connects to standard garden hose helps clean out grass clippings from underside of deck.

3-year Limited Warranty
TB360 XP High Wheel Self-Propelled Mower with Rear Wheel Drive is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 6.
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SIGNATURE FEATURES
FEATURES
  • TriAction® Cutting System gives you a clean even cut in just one pass
  • 21" steel mulching deck
  • 3-in-1 - Side discharge, mulch or rear bag
  • Briggs & Stratton® Starting Promise - start on one or two attempts for two years or Briggs & Stratton® will fix it for free
  • 190cc* Briggs & Stratton® engine
  • 3-year limited warranty

*as rated by engine manufacturer

SPECIFICATIONS
  • 21" TriAction™ cutting system w/ intergrated deck wash
  • Three point deck height adjustment
  • Briggs & Stratton 875 Pro Series OHV
  • 190cc*
  • Recoil w/ ReadyStart
  • Rear wheel self-propelled
  • Variable speed
  • 6 settings total from 1.25" to 3.75"
  • 3-in-1 - Side discharge, mulch or rear bag
  • 2.3 bushel (included)
  • 1.2 qt
  • 18oz SAE30 (included)
  • Adjustable Ergo w/ indent
  • 7" front, 11" rear
  • 90 lbs
  • 39.88"(L) x 24"(W) x 21.13"(H)
  • 3-year limited w/ Briggs & Stratton Starting Promise
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Looks good in the store! I bought this mower yesterday (6/6/19), at 5:54 p.m., according to my receipt. An hour later, it was back in the store, with a near-broken off mulch plug. I was using the mower on a job, when I grazed a free-standing limestone retaining wall, and just about ripped the mulch plug off its hinge, to the point where the mower was unusable. During a talk with a customer service representative, I was told that I should go in a different direction. I advised her that the mulch plug was badly designed, and it actually invited instances like this. I also informed her that going one direction actually limits the range of use in the yard. The mulch plug sits behind the right front wheel, at a distance of about 6". The tab at the bottom sticks out about an inch at the longest point, and has a thick lip coming down from the top and around the front of the plug. On other TB mowers, this design is not a problem, since the mulch plug is reasonably protected by the right front wheel. The TB 360 XP offers no such protection, and actually invites the plug to be snagged. The tab is at the perfect angle to get snagged in a chain link fence, too! WHY would anyone want to put a device that INVITES getting snagged, on a mower costing several hundred dollars? It makes no sense. To the customer service rep that I talked with: I could spend all day in a yard, changing directions to avoid snagging the mulch plug. My productivity would certainly decrease, as I weave through yards making sure I avoid obstacles that I shouldn't have to avoid in the first place. It would be much easier for the parts guys to re-design the mulch plug, and furnish it as a free replacement to all current owners of this model of mower. With the mulch plug broken, the mower is useless, as the mulch plug won't even hold the side discharge chute in place. My customers don't like clippings. If the plug were re-designed, I would recommend this mower. Until then, my recommendation is as below. I cannot objectively rate reliability, as I only worked with it for a half hour. Construction and value, in my opinion, go hand in hand. The poorly designed mulch plug decreases the value of the mower. It's a shame that a "two dollar part" trashes a machine costing several hundred dollars.
Date published: 2019-06-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from bought for caster wheels I shopped all around and decided that this was the best mover for the price. My last mower was almost identical, except for the caster wheels. This makes the mower so easy to get around yard obstacles, and eliminates having to pickup the front of the mover on turns. I also prefer a large rear wheel that drives the mover - very good traction and smoother travel across the lawn.
Date published: 2019-09-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My New Love I’m loving my new mower. Yes I have a riding mower but I would rather use my walk behind instead.
Date published: 2019-08-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Premium Drive Self Propelled Mower Model TB360 Disappointed in this model. Recently, for the 3rd time a breakdown. 1st two: blade control cable 3rd (recent): premium control handle has broken
Date published: 2019-07-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Carburetor Every year the carburetor needs to be replaced no matter how it's stored. IE: I've run the mower out of gas with additive that didn't work, Etc... Replacement of carburetor is almost as much as the mower itself. I have other Troybilt products and love them but this one is terrible and I wish I never purchased it.
Date published: 2019-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This mower is a godsend for me I am a 71 yr old male with severe back problems and knee arthritis. I wanted to continue exercising and doing household chores, but my condition is painful and has stopped me from doing many of the things I want to do. One of them is mowing my lawns. I have four lawn segments totaling about an acre of grass, with some significant hills and trees on the grass to maneuver around. I needed a self-propelled mower that could dig in, cut the grass well, pull me up the hills and allow me to walk behind it without killing my knees or back. I also needed it to turn easily. The TB360 XP has more than fit the bill. It has a powerful motor, has four speeds and big wheels on the rear to really bite into the ground. It pulls me effortlessly up my lawn hills, turns on a dime due to its front caster wheels, cuts the grass nicely, starts with one pull of the cord, and allows me to continue getting some exercise, without too much effort. Even my 72 yr old wife can use it. Its four speeds allow me to change the speed of walking, which I need to do when my back gets tired. I've owned it for a year and it works flawlessly. I love Troy-bilt for making it, and HIGHLY recommend it to anyone who wants cutting their lawn to be as effortless as possible. It is worth every penny.
Date published: 2019-06-28
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