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This entry was posted on November 27, 2012 by admin.
Whether you use a Honda, Toro, Scag, eXmark, John Deere, or any other kind of mower, it will benefit from some attention before you store it for winter. Letting a mower sit for months, particularly in a cool place, can make it hard to start come spring when you are ready to start mowing your lawn again. A few simple steps can minimize hassle and ensure that your lawn equipment continues to function smoothly.
While you're going through a winterizing checklist for your mower, this also is a good time to check belts to see if they are wearing thin, clean air intake screens, tighten bolts, and lubricate pivot points to prevent rust.
Following a winterizing routine will help keep your mower running longer and minimize repairs. When you bring your mower out next spring, all that should be necessary is a quick check of fluid levels. Add fuel to your mower, then let it idle for a few minutes so the oil can be redistributed in the engine. After that, you'll be ready to start mowing again.
Richardson Saw & Lawnmower
802 South Central Expressway
Richardson, TX 75080