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Pre-Season Lawn Mower Prep

After your lawn mower has been stored all winter,… Read more »

How to Minimize Fuel System Problems When Using Ethanol Blended Gasoline
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What To Look For When Buying A Zero-Turn Mower

(ARA) – Ever wonder how those lawn-care guys… Read more »

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Storing Your Mower

The mowing season is coming to an end, and winter is just around the corner! Once you’re done mowing for the year, replace any worn parts and properly store your machine to help ensure it i… Read more »

Zero-Turn Mower Safety Tips
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Zero-Turn Mower Safety Tips

Like all lawn mowers, zero-turn mowers require care to prevent accidents when mowing around water, drop-offs, steep inclines and wet conditions.  Prepare for the mowing season by remembe… Read more »

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Choosing the Right Mower

For more than 150 years, human and animal-powered machines have given way to compact equipment powered by internal combustion engines of all sizes and configurations.  Even as caring for y… Read more »

Zero-Turn-Radius Mowers
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Choosing A Zero Turn Mower

Zero Turn Mowers Save Time – The highly maneuverable zero turn mower gets the job done faster—at least 15- to 50-percent faster than a lawn tractor, especially on complex landscapin… Read more »

Walk-Behind Mowers
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Walk-Behind Mowers

Walk-behind mowers are the most popular of all yard machines.  Rotary-style gasoline-engines account for most of the market.  Today’s mowers usually start with just a single pu… Read more »

Garden and Lawn Tractors
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Garden & Lawn Tractors

Perhaps the most popular accessory for a lawn tractor is a grass catcher (bagger). Be sure it is easy-to-use, lightweight, and easy to install (or remove). Garden tractors cost $3,000 to $12,… Read more »

Self-Propelled Walk-Behind Mower
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Self-Propelled versus Push—What is the Difference?

Walk-behind rotary mowers come in two basic types: self-propelled and push.  Over recent years there have been many innovations for the push mower.  For example, some manufacturers now o… Read more »

Riding Mowers
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Riding Mower Maintenance

Riding Mower Maintenance Regular maintenance is the most important step for achieving the best performance and longest life out of your riding mower.  If equipped, use the hour meter to tra… Read more »

Self-Propelled Walk-Behind Mower
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Buying a Self-Propelled Walk-Behind Mower

The vast majority of self-propelled gasoline walk-behind mowers are rotary type, meaning they cut the grass with a horizontal blade attached to the vertical drive shaft of the engine.  The… Read more »