From push to riding mowers to zero turns and even tractors, Briggs & Stratton engines power the highest quality lawn care equipment on the market.
As a leader in the industry, Briggs & Stratton is here to guide you through the life cycle of your lawn mower ownership. We’re here to help you with any problem relating to lawn mowers, including:
You’ll find mower engine manuals, buying guides, videos and how-to articles throughout the site to assist you. Also, check out all the lawn mower brands powered by Briggs & Stratton small engines below!
Powering Altoz Zero-Turn Riding Lawn Mowers.
Powering Ariens models, including walk behind and zero turn mowers.
Powering Bolens push and self-propelled mowers.
Powering Brute push and self-propelled mowers.
Powering Craftsman mowers, including the new quiet lawn mower with QPT™ engine.
Powering Husqvarna lawn mowers and tractors, including push-start riding mowers with ReadyStart engines.
Powering a selection of John Deere residential tractor models.
Powering select Masport push and self-propelled mower models.
Powering select MTD push, self-propelled and riding mower models.
Powering select MTD Gold push, self-propelled and riding mower models.
Powering Murray models walk behind, riding and zero turn mowers.
Powering a range of Poulan Pro mowers and tractors.
Powering the extensive line-up of Simplicity tractors, including yard, garden and lawn tractor models.
Powering the classic Snapper rear engine rider, along with all push lawn mower, zero turn and riding mower models.
Powering the classic Snapper PRO zero turn and lawn mower models.
Powering Swisher zero turn mower models.
Powering Toro lawn mower models, including the new SmartStow folding mowers.
Powering a wide range of Troy-bilt lawn mower and tractor models.
Powering Yard Machines models, including walk behinds, riding mowers & zero turns.
Powering YardWorks models, including walk behinds & riding mowers.
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