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2 cycle, 2 stroke, 4 cycle, 4 stroke, what’s the difference?
You may have heard engines referred to as both “cycle” and “stroke”, the truth is, those words are interchangeable, but what really makes the difference is the number in front of the word.
Your mower was running fine and just suddenly shut off, what happened?
You may not exactly be sure how to fix your mower, or even know what happened to cause the problem in the first place.
Luckily, these things are very common and usually have a pretty easy fix.
Here are some of the most common ignition issues and some possible fixes for them!
The sky is blue, the air is warm……and it hasn’t rained in weeks. Summer has its perks, but drought is a big deal, especially for your lawn!
No need to worry though, if the forecast is still calling for dry sunny days, there are plenty of ways you can keep your lawn healthy through the dry spell!
Ever wondered who among your friends is the true lawn mower expert?
Check your lawn mower IQ with our quiz and find out who gets the bragging rights!
All this talk about ethanol and bad gas leaves many homeowners and landscapers constantly worried about refueling their power equipment.
Repair shops know it all too well, how ethanol and stale gas affects your equipment. They’re seeing the damage every day.
But for those who want to see it to believe it, here’s your chance. Check out the effects of ethanol up close!
Ah, the good ol’ days of snow blowing. Just you, your machine, and the snow.
Snow blowers first hit the marketplace for homeowners to buy in the 1950s. And every winter since, more and more people are throwing down their shovels and welcoming a new snow blower to the family.
But as time continues to fly, let’s stop and take a look back at some Snow Blowers of the Past!