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Push Mower Engine

Push Mower Engines

Buying a lawn mower may sound like a routine task but can be very daunting if you've never purchased or used one before. So we've assembled some information and tips to help you learn more about how an engine works, how to select the lawn mower that best meets your specific needs and how it can help you mow a better-looking lawn.


Quick Tips for Push Mower Maintenance

Here are four quick tips on lawn mower maintenance specifically for your push mower's engine from Briggs & Stratton experts.

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Push Mower Buying Guide

To find a mower that best meets your needs, follow the tips we’ve assembled for you in this helpful buyer’s guide.

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4 cycle engine

How An Engine Works

Learn what happens inside the engine to power your mower and get the job done.

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Lawn Mower Performance: How Torque Gets It Done

Our push mower engines are rated using Gross Torque. Torque is something you use every day. Find out more about it here.

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Starting Your Engine

Sure, it’s engineering, but we make it easy to understand. Get a quick overview of Briggs & Stratton starting systems and find the right lawn mower with the right starting system for your needs.

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Glossary Small Engine Parts for a Snow Thrower

Glossary of Terms

Not sure what a governor is or which starting system to look for? Start here by learning what these terms mean.

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Snow Blower Engine Fuel Stabilizer

The Importance of Fuel Stabilizer

One of the easiest ways to maintain your lawn mower engine is by using fuel stabilizer. Read for tips to keep your engine running right.

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