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Hello all, I am new to forum. I would appreciate a little help. I have a classic Briggs and Stratton mower which wont start. It has got a good spark. When I put carb cleaner in the carb it runs for a second. I bought new carb and tank from auction site but still just the same. Just won't start. Is the...
I have had a Cobra M40B petrol mower for a number of years now and it is still in reasonable condition but I've had enough of breathing in the petrol fumes. I am now looking at getting a cordless electric mower.
My lawns are probably a bit less than 300m2. The main lawn is split in half by a curved garden path, so is a bit irregular. The garden is reasonably level.
I can't decide if I should get a mower with a rear roller or not. I like the idea of being able to go closer to the edges, but I'm not sure about the stripes.
Do mowers with rollers make sense for smaller/irregular lawns? Does it look a mess if they aren't very straight? wh...
I have a 2012 John Deere R54PKB mower fitted with a Kawasaki engine which I believe to be the FJ151 series of engines but the engine label is missing. Does anyone know if there is a an alternative label elsewhere?
My honda 426qxe is a 2006 model and the drive has started slowing down after a couple minutes use and then pretty much will not drive itself at all and have to push it. Its currently on its second gearbox according to the receipts that came with it when purchased 10 years ago second hand from a dealers. Is it ready for another gearbox? ive just changed the clutch cable as i was told it could be stretched but a stretched cable wouldnt cause the drive to slow after 2 minutes, but for less than a tenner i thought it as worth a try. Its a good mower apart from the drive problem. Any ideas?Read More