We have both a 4 stroke ride-on mower, and. 2 stroke combination
strimmer and hedge trimmer.
What is the best thing to do with them before they are left over
Drain fuel, then run until they stop? Is there any else that can be
done to help?
On Saturday, October 20, 2012 10:05:18 AM UTC-6, Mark Heptonstal wrote:
This is more important for the 4 stroke engines. The two stoke have some oil coating the parts. Definitely run the 4 stroke dry of fuel. I had the valve stick on my snow blower because of not running it dry. Not a huge fix, but a pain either way. Run the engine dry and then crank it several times to clear the air.
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