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
Replacing Lawn Mower Belts
Replacing your riding lawn tractors belts can be a huge pain in the grass! (see what I did there?). I have few things to go over about replacing those belts in this post. It will be brief but may be worth you reading on...
Keep it Clean
Servicing lawn mowers and other small engine equipment always brings me to the same mystery. People pay hundreds, even thousands of dollars for this awesome equipment; Husqvarna, DR, John Deere, Troy-Bilt...all great equipment. What boggles me is all the money people put into there equipment but it looks like something that fell off the back of a dump truck. Read on to get the full scoop
Starts but won't run?
Engine starts, but won't run? This is a very common problem that more than often results from the carburetor of your small engine. Click "Read on" to get the full scoop.
Lawn Mower Killers!
E10 fuel is okay. E15 is a no,no!!! Many manufactures VOID THEIR WARRANTY once fuel using more than 10% ethanol, which is a leading cause of small engine malfunction, is applied to the equipment. Read on to get the full scoop.
Spring Tune Up!
The best way to keep any small engine performing well is to keep it in the best possible condition. Besides from sheltering your equipment, this also means doing some preventative maintenance. Read on to get the full scoop!
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