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My 27 year old Hayter Hunter 41 has once again succumbed to an inbuilt design flaw. The height adjustment is mounted on the plastic throw plate and fails over time. Now it is obsolete and parts are no longer available. I am tempted to go back to an old fashioned push mower such as a 1970s Qualcast.
Anyone else using a push mower?

Who has the oldest lawn mower?


  • KT53KT53 Posts: 8,949
    How often have you had to replace the faulty part in 27 years?
  • Jenny_AsterJenny_Aster Posts: 936
    If this FB marketplace ad posted yesterday is priced correctly, it looks like Hyter appreciates in value. 

    Trying to be the person my dog thinks I am! 

    Cambridgeshire/Norfolk border.
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