|Cutting Height (Max.):||3-3/4 in.|
|Cutting Height (Min.):||1-3/4 in.|
|Cutting Height Settings:||7|
|Cutting Path:||18 in.|
|Wheel Size (Front):||7 in.|
|Wheel Size (Rear):||7 in.|
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Q:Can I purchase a grass catcher for my Greenworks 25012 12 Amp 18 inch 2 in 1 Electric Mower?
Q:Can I use a 14 gauge 100 ft. extention cord with this product? What is the recommended length and gauge of the extention cord that should be used with this product?
A:There isn't a recommended use of extension cord with this model,but from experience I would not use anything more than 100 ft anything more will result in less power to the unit.14 or 16 gauge would result in the best efficiency.
Q:What size electrical cord should be used with the Greenworks 25012 12 Amps electric lawn mower?
A:A 100 ft. cord is NOT Recommended to be used with this mower.
A:You can use a 100 foot extension cord. You just have to make sure that the wire gauge size is appropriate for the voltage and amperage draw.
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