How To Change The Oil Tune Up Your Lawnmower : GardenFork.T




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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.

bassistguy: Thanks! Very informative. I pretty much have the same craftsman. Great mower!

zacarias Juan: Thank you for ur video iam doing mine.

Skylar Sky: Awesome!!!!! thanks

Peter Piper: I enjoyed that,thanks!

danny hoffman: got the same mower still in pretty good shape too 9 years service

Arthur Renee: Very entertaining, enjoyed the way he explained things, and the dogs were a huge plus!

Miguel Galarza: Thanks for this video!

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)..

itsjustdeb579: @erochow I meant this morning in my post below... old timers sets in sometimes in my typing. LOL

GardenFork: good to hear Raheel, if you subscribe, we post new vids each week! thxc, eric.

SuperSYMPATHIZER: didn't oil come from the ground,,,,just saying,,,love the video though

omar dolores: well done i know i subscribed!

gerald nixon: hi, thanks for getting back to me, my cord goes back in fine i was just curious, i did'ent want to do any damage to the mower i only got it a few months ago, better safe than sorry, thanks! gerald.

Robert Martinez: nice video Eric very thorough.... and your camera gal has a beautiful voice... you must let her star in your videos

William Todd: New engine, no, new mower would be more practical. An engine would probably cost as much if not more than the mower LOL. I was going to repower my old Craftsman Garden Tractor but the replacement engine was almost $2,000 a new mower was about $400 less.

Greg Modd: I love the interaction between you two "if you don't do that it won't start" - "ya I've learned that... more than once" lol

Ryan Deen: Great video, now I know how to perform mine. Thank you

itsjustdeb579: OH wow.. thanks for the video. I just got a new mower. Didnt know anything about washing the underside. How often did you say change the oil? Once a season? I have a huge yard, about an acre, and i mow about every three days during the growing season. I mow in sections because its so hot in Texas.

Jorge Romo: Well, i'm trying the fuel stabalizer on the next tune up. Hopefully, it'll make the engine last just another 3 yrs. So far, i've had mine for 5 yrs. works great!

Joanne atwood: this is great i don,t nothing about maintance on one

romansandals: Great video. I do have one question regarding tipping the mower when draining the oil, etc. My mower has a briggs and stratton engine which looks just like yours. The B & S manual states to always tip the mower with the spark plug "skyward", which would be tipping it back on this model. But the mower manual states to always tip the mower with the air filter side up, which would be on its side, like in your video. Which direction is safe when the manuals are contradictory? Thanks!

GardenFork: great to hear. a seized engine is no fun. might be time for a new engine then. thanks for the note! eric.

Luis Valadares: Thank you very much for your video. God bless you.

thinkbhavana: great video. super cute dogs! thanks for the info. just bought my first mower and it's helpful to know how to keep it running well. best to you.

Timothy Boss: Great video Eric. I sure could have used this a month ago. Yes, we mow early in Texas! I was trying to figure out where to change the air filter, and I disassembled the carburetor! What a mess! Got it up and running smooth now. Thanks for all the tips!! Tim in Dallas.

Fallen2Dope: Thank you so much for posting i paid $100 for a lawn mower last year and i want it to last and haven't done a single thing to it yet!

GardenFork: spring is coming! time to tune up the lawnmower! eric.

Tearable Paperdoll: Outstanding! Don't lose your camera-operator - she asks the questions I would ask! Very well done & very helpful, THANK YOU!! (I am currently trying to unstuck a seized engine - bleah!) This is me SUBSCRIBING!!! :))

curiousmarksman7: Thanks so much for the advice. I try not to put any gasoline with ethanol in any of my gas powered equipment (including my cars). That stuff is garbage. I am so glad that ethanol free gas is being offered more and more where I live.

Mitt Obama: true, but it's way way underneath, certainly not human surface level, just saying.

GTown Dave: Thanks Neighbor. If people take your advice, they'll save tons of money in the long run. I've been using the same mower for 25 years; I'm on my 3rd blade.

William Todd: Spark plug wrench...AKA breaker bar and deep well socket LOL.

GardenFork: hi Gerald, the pull cord is supposed to wind back into the engine housing after the engine starts. if yours does not, it needs to be repaired. thanks! eric.

Laurie Karn: Are they all your dogs?

Butch Torres: wow! this is a nice video. both of you did a good job. very detailed information and your labs are nice too. thanks a lot!

t4ufit: Well done and I enjoyed the dog also!

Tracy Vigus: Oh my... such a great and wonderful video. Really! It's comfy and easy going with a family 'feel'. Thanks for the vote of confidence for all of us "never done it" people. I knew it was pretty easy, but wow. Thanks for taking the time to share.

T Stratton: Thanks for putting this together. I forgot to run the mower before emptying the oil, but at least it's changed. It runs so much better now - no more sputtering.

Raheel Soomro: Thanks for wonderful video... you are the best.

GardenFork: we just started out lawnmowers this weekend to cut the grass, thanks for watching, please consider subscribing! eric.

mpmes: Thankyou so much for the tips... That was a very helpful video.

Gustavo Chavez: Great job.

GardenFork: thanks, i haven't had to replace the belt yet, but when i do, we'll shoot a video of it. eric.

Larry Burch: Could have used these tips 25 years ago... I when thru so many mowers.... Now I got a small yard and just use electric mower, it starts every time. But thanks about the cleaning the deck I do need to do that.

GardenFork: a left handed breaker bar no less! ;)

Garrett Drissel: Great video!

William Todd: I do small engine repair on the side, and I'm amazed the number of people who don't do any routine maintenance on their lawn/garden equipment. I changed oil in a riding mower last week where the oil even with an oil filter on the engine was completely black, meaning it hadn't been changed for several seasons at least, maybe never changed. My old Craftsman Garden Tractor ran for 21 years with just routine maintenance every year, finally the engine threw a rod for some reason 3 years ago.

MNAviator: A small engine mechanic in our area does not recommend the use of stabil because he has seen gunked up carburetors because of it. We had a generator that was in long term storage with stabil in the tank. We ended up disasembling the carburetor to clean it.
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