marek0086: "the oil washes-down the cylinder wall and wears it out" LOL!. Yeah, oil
WEARS OUT the cylinder. You're thinking of Gasoline!!!
mirwais70: nice video guys ... i liked the questions the lady was doing to keep the
Enid Yearwood Cheeseboro: Very good instructions that I could understand. Very easy to follow. Thank
you very much.
Greg Sewell: One of the better videos out there...
Kerree Drake: Thanks for the information. I didn't know that i should have changed the
oil in my mower. The oil hadn't been changed in 4 years so it was pretty
black coming out. I also changed the spark plug cleaning out the under
TubbyHero: What do you use or recommend for scraping and cleaning the grass under the
deck? And when I am cleaning under the deck, which side should be up? The
oil tank or gas tank? Or does it even make a difference? Thanks in advance!
thomastidewater: Spray the bottom of your deck with Pam cooking spray each time you are
going to mow... the grass has a harder time collecting on it.
Chelsea Connell: Thank you! First time changing the oil by myself. Worked perfectly.
XboobtubeX: I just think its better to put stabilizer in the 5 gallon fuel can that
will be used for lawn equipment. Then there is less of a chance of
forgetting it and you have the perfect mix every time.
NwongD: Thanks this helped a lot. Now do I need to fill my gas to the top before
storing for the winter after previously adding fuel stabilizer in the
john warner: Hey love the video. Around what time of the year should i do a maintenance?
KJVIDS82: Won't you be my neighbor?
crudkick: Well done! I enjoyed this video, it was very informative. I am new to
mowing, as I am a new home owner, but this covered the changing oil, which
is often overlooked, as it is assumed everyone knows how to change the oil,
but not me. So thank you for the video, also your camera person/co-host was
NumNum DumDum: Thank you for video just changing my oil worked perfectly thank you
wtfit.isnt.adam: Is really necessary to add the stabiliser?
Edward Stephenson: Thanks for posting this. Coincidence has it that I have the same Craftsman
motor so it took out any guess work.
Chris M: Thank you. We had a minor accident, gas spilled all over the lawn mower.
We thought calling a person to fix it or purchase a new one. I watched
your video, changed the filter, cleaned the lawn mower with a brush and a
cloth and started the mower! It's working fine. Thank you again.
Armando Alferez: I had my lawn mower for so many years, like 6 or 7, i didnt kmow about
this, and its a craftsman, its im doing the change now, lol can i use modil
1 5w-30, i have 1qt left over from my camaro.
Nina B: What happens if you don't use a gas stabilizer? Is there something you can
use to fix that problem after the fact? We didn't use a gas stabilizer last
year and now ours won't start. :/
Migun Colorado: Great job guys! I've been mowing with a Lawn Boy for about 6 years -
typically clean the deck, but have never done the oil or air filter. Going
out to get the parts today, along with a new blade. Thank you!
Mertali Akkuş: Thank you!
Omar Castro: You guys are awesome. Great video, very helpful. The way you relate to each
other is very telling as to how much you respect and love each other.
GeneralG1810: OMG those dogs are gorgeous, how do you not hug the stuffing out of them
Antonio Palermo: Thank you so much for this GREAT Video, it helped me so much :0)
dololuvskk: Awesome video, she asked all the right questions I was thinking of asking.
TheUncleT: I just bought my first mower which is used. I am going to see how long a
$30 mower will last me. Thank you for all the tips
quglins: is that a rust free F150 i see?!
yose ddjess: just want to know why the engine of my lawn mower smokes kind a bad?
Andy Simpson: Cheers for the helpful video!
bassistguy: Thanks! Very informative. I pretty much have the same craftsman. Great
Richie G: 3/8 ratchet size plug under the mower by the blade.
dafunkdafunk: This was extraordinarily helpful and I have the exact same model thank you
zacarias Juan: Thank you for ur video iam doing mine.
Peter Piper: I enjoyed that,thanks!
James Ashby: But where do I find the spark?
Sean Zappulla: I keep the old oil bottles that i have to use to put the used oil in motor
and to take to the recycle area at the rubbish (trash) tip and send the old
oil off to make cheap recycled oil. Here in Australia we have an option to
by gas with or without ethanol. I use 95 or 98 octain premium unleaded and
that doesn't have ethanol.
LL Francis: I enjoyed your video...I have a lawn tractor that needs a tuneup and this
made me a little more confident about tackling that. I have a walk-behind
JD, so this video will certainly help with doing that one. I will be
checking out your other videos too. 😃
MrLegobro: Good Video
SayWhat: Nice video. Thanks for posting it!
yose ddjess: can that be fix?
Sean Zappulla: I use diesel engine oil 15W-40 and i have used 5W-50 Mobil 1 oil.
Jonathan Herschel: Thanks. Very informative. I didn't know a few things you mentioned.
Arthur Renee: Very entertaining, enjoyed the way he explained things, and the dogs were a
Phil Sartori: Thanks Eric, I'm glad the doggies were there to help;-)
kenn matwick: thanks, I was trying too hard ;looking for a separate drain plug on my 625
Roque Ortiz: Best video by far that I have found that explains how to change oil on a
mower. Simple and informative, thank you for posting this video.
ELLIS SOLANG: You gave me the boost to tune up my mower. Thank you both, you are awesome.
(and hmmmmm you make me wana get a dog)..
dan Beu: Great video, in alabama and California I have been using the used oil to
get rid of the weeds and they haven't came back in three years
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