Snow Blowers - A Blast From the Past

Snow Blowers – A Blast From The Past!

Posted January 19, 2015 by

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!

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Test Your Snow Blower IQ

Test Your Snow Blower IQ – Take The Quiz

Posted January 6, 2015 by 17 Comments

Are you a snow blower expert? Test your knowledge of snow blower usage, maintenance, safety, and history!

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Lake Effect Snow

Lake-Effect Snow – Mother Nature’s Curveball

Posted November 19, 2014 by

Lake-effect snow occurs when cold air blows over a lake of warmer water, drawing water vapor and creating a rapid build up of clouds that dump snow on the awaiting shores.

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2014-2015 Winter Weather Outlook

2014 – 2015 Winter Outlook: Are You In for A Cold One?

Posted October 31, 2014 by 6 Comments

Unpack your monster winter coat, oversized gloves, one-size too big boots, and even your lucky pair of thermal underwear. Some of us are in for a cold one this winter!

Take a look at what the Farmer’s Almanac is forecasting for the upcoming 2014-2015 winter.

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Fall Lawn Projects

Posted October 13, 2014 by

Fall is the time you can kick back, watch some football, and not worry about your lawn, right? Wrong!

Fall is the perfect time to prepare your lawn for an easier spring. These simple projects can keep your lawn healthy during winter and provide for a healthier lawn in the spring.

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Jack’s Model Locator – How to Find Your Model & Serial Number

Posted September 30, 2014 by 1 Comment

Need to find your model and serial number on your lawn mower, tractor, generator, or other type of power equipment?

Having your model and/or serial number on hand when you shop for replacement parts will not only help you find the correct part, but will get you back in business again in less time.

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Carburetor Replace or Rebuild

Carburetor Rebuild or Replace? – How to Choose

Posted September 9, 2014 by 9 Comments

Dirt, bad gas, varnish, and corrosion are popular evils that can clog and wear down the carburetor on your lawn mowers, chainsaws, and other small engine equipment.

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How to drive a zero turn

How to Drive a Zero Turn: Beginners 101

Posted August 20, 2014 by 5 Comments

Can you push a shopping cart? Yes? You can drive a zero turn! Once you get the hang of it, the intimidation factor of maneuvering one of these mowers will be gone.

Learn the beginner basics on how to drive a zero turn.

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Five Minute Lawn Mower FIxes

Five Minute Mower Fixes Under $5

Posted August 12, 2014 by 5 Comments

Have five bucks lying around? Instead of a $5 footlong or your weekly lottery tickets, check out these cheap lawn mower quick fixes in five minutes or less!

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Common Summer Mowing Mistakes

Posted August 1, 2014 by 2 Comments

It’s the dog days of summer and your grass isn’t doing so hot.

Is your grass dry, patchy or not growing? Check out these common summer mowing mistakes that could easily happen to you.

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