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It is easy to change the oil in your walk-behind mower! Just follow these simple steps.
Follow these steps to change the blade on your Troy-Bilt walk behind lawn mower.
It is easy to replace the drive belt on your Troy-Bilt walk behind mower by following these simple steps.
Follow these steps to replace a wheel on your Troy-Bilt push mower or self-propelled mower.
Worn blades can cause your grass to turn brown. Sharpening your blade can make it like new again. This article will discuss how to sharpen and care for your mower blade.
Whether it is a push mower or a self-propelled mower, storing it properly in the off season will help make it easy to start it up in the spring. Follow these simple off season storage tips.
There are several factors that can narrow your search for a new walk-behind lawn mower. Those include whether or not you want to push the mower, your yard size and the type of terrain.
Walk-behind push mowers are best for smaller yards, usually half an acre or less in size. They are also better for flat lawns, because they do not offer help mowing uphill. Self-propelled walk-behind mowers are best for yards larger than half an acre in size. They have built-in drive systems, which make it easier to mow up hills and for longer periods of time.
If you have an unbalanced or slightly inclined landscape with a lot of bumps and hills, look for a walk-behind mower with high rear wheels. They make it easier to roll over uneven and rough yards, and are more maneuverable.
There are three types of drive systems on self-propelled mowers: front wheel drive, rear wheel drive and all wheel drive.
There are several types of speed systems on self-propelled, walk-behind mowers. Single-speed systems have one set speed that can be engaged or disengaged. Variable-speed systems allow you to choose your pace.
You have several options available for starting your walk-behind lawn mower.