Information on the Fuller & Johnson Mower is sparse and there are no records for these mowers.  There are extensive ads primarily dating to 1917/1918 advertising the F&J mower.  The 1917 sales price was $225, jumping to $275 for 1918.  The mower featured a 25" cut with a 6 1/2" dia cutting reel having a cut adjustment of 1/2" to 2".  The single cylinder engine featured a bore and stroke of 3" and produced 3 1/2hp.  This was enough to power the 245lb unit up a 35% grade.  At an average speed of 2-3mph cutting capacity was 5 acres a day using a gallon of gasoline.  The unit was painted a "Brewster Green with gold striping."