John Doe: My lawn tractor has one of those attachments for the hose.. It does not work so well for me. To me they seem like some sort of horrible gimmick. I also don't like it because of the mess and mud it would take IF I finally get the darned thing to work. The tractor cuts nicely, it is that deck wash attachment that I don't like.
Doug W: Forget the mower, the dogs are AWESOME!!!
roxydog2004: I was looking for the drain plug, model #143034504 Craftsman , 3/8 will do it ok, can you still just pour the oil out from the top, even if you have a drain plug ? ,that would be easier .
Jose Carbajal: I was ugh I didn't want to watch the whole video at first but this was extremely informative thanks
goog le: Dog lover...you are okay in my book. :)
ANTHONY MENDEZ: Graet video bro..god bless
Kenz300 x: Just because you have a 5 gallon gas can that does not mean you need to buy 5 gallons of fuel. If you only use 3 gallons of fuel during a season then only buy 3 gallons. If you have any left over at the end of the season put it in your vehicle and use it up. Do not let it sit in the garage and get old and stale. That is asking for problems. Always use fuel stabilizer when you buy fuel and at the end of the season run the tool out of fuel.
twinsmm1: No wonder I couldn't find the damn drain plug on my mower. Thanks!
Jack Bower: HI this might be a silly question but you said in your video that some have a whole so you can put your hose pipe in there and wash the underneath well my honda dosent have on and i live in the uk so there are some differences between our mowers nothing huge tho but i just want to ask can i wash the underneath of my honda with a hosepipe if it dosent have a whole thanks for your time
Wom Bat: "don't put this in the dirt" 3:09 very true. Great video :)
Ray Evans: Really great vid!
Blaine Edwards: Good video. Thanks for putting it together. The only thing I would comment on is changing the spark plug. Generally, the spark plugs that we use on lawn mowers are as robust as the ones we stick in our cars. Those spark plugs typically last for +80K miles (but should be inspected at more frequent intervals ~30K). Spark plugs on lawn mowers are easy to check (as you demonstrated). Instead of changing the spark plug, I would simply suggest inspecting it. If it ain't broke, don't replace it. If you are changing your spark plug out on a yearly basis, you have a higher chance of introducing a faulty plug than preventing the older one from going out (aka infant mortality). If you are replacing your spark plugs on a yearly basis because the spark plugs are going bad that fast, I would suggest that there is something else wrong with the lawn mower.
Alan “Goose” Williams: Need to check the gap on the spark plug.
Spencer Boisen: Ok
Gia Tree: I searched how to tune up my lawn mower (have had it for 3+ years now...yikes!!) and I've subscribed to your channel because of your Labs! The instructions are very easy to follow which I appreciate, but the pups are what did it for me! lol! Thank you!
Wildhairedgirl ': Very good video! 😄
golfmaniac007: nice vid and instruction. i like how you explain causes and reasons. also like the short clips on the dog.
trom120: Thank you for your video. I like the way you present the information in a casual, but useful way.
Greg Sewell: One of the better videos out there...
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