built. Cast aluminum deck, F-series 2-cycle engine with a cast iron
cylinder liner, needle bearings for mains and on the big end of the
rod... The carb wasn't much but it worked okay. If you decide to throw
it away, throw it my way. If it ever needs it, you can probably buy new
rings , bearings and a reed for less than $20 and rebuild the engine.
Really - I'm not familiar with 2 cycle mowers - but I did have several 2
cycle 3 cylinder Saabs that bragged about longevity because they ony had 9
moving parts. That was a crock. None of them lasted any where near half
what the 4 cycle motors were lasting. So I'll defer to your more related
experience on this one.
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