Six more weeks of winter really just means six more weeks to prepare for spring. It's only inevitable that winter is slowly but surely coming to an end (unless you're in Winterfell) and we should be getting ready for spring. Mowing lawns, tilling gardens, aerating your yard are all things we do in the spring time. Of course there's also spring cleaning to worry about as well. Now is the best time ever to begin taking your spring/summer equipment out of storage, start your equipment, and make sure everything is in good running order.
Here at www.smithsrepair.com you can now look up parts all on your own. If it's an engine part then you will need the brand and model number of your engine. If it's a body part (throttle cable, belts, mower blades) you will want the model number that is directly on your equipment. Push mower's often have a sticker on the frame. Riding lawn tractors generally have their model number located beneath the seat. Of course, if you've filed your manual away, you can almost always find your model number right on the cover. Once you have located your brand and model number
A generator is probably one of the easier pieces of equipment to keep in good running condition. Let's be clear here. This post is about portable generators such as the one shown above. There are a few different configurations but most will be similar to the above picture. In this I will discuss some of the features and maintenance of generators.
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