I have to change the oil in my lawnmower, a honda hrr walk behind. They say
to tip the lawnmower on its side to remove oil. Has anyone done this, and
does it make a major mess? What kind of pan did you use to catch the oil?
I do this regularly. Just use an automotive catch pan and tip the mower
a bit in advance to estimate where the fill tube's gonna wind up. Put
down some paper (for luck), position the pan, trust yourself and tip the
mower. Works fine.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Harry K) wrote in message
it's the easiest way, putting a pan under the deck with the blades
there is a pain. i worked in power equipment servicing for years, and
that's how we always did it, even on the other brands. when it's on
it's side is a good time to pop the blade off and sharpen while the
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