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Lawn Mower Storage Mistakes Exposed!
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Lawn Mower Storage Mistakes Exposed!

Do you want your mower to start back up after several months in hibernation? Then properly preparing it for winter storage is crucial.

Mistake #1: Not Draining Old Fuel
Get that gas out! Drain the tank & fuel bowl, so the gas won't deteriorate, gum-up, and damage the fuel system & carburetor.

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Thanks Glen. I am very bad about taking care of my push mowers. But I still seem to get 10-12 years out of them. I do use non-ethanol fuel though. Motors hold up but the decks go.My fault for sure as I dont clean them much.

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Glen, I merged your duplicate post into this one to keep it all together.


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I like the info Glen. Straight to the point. Gas goes bad over time so get it out!

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Thank you for the info Glen. I tend to not give my push mower the same TLC as the Wheel Horses

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I get Jack's news letters also. They are very informative.     :thumbs2:

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