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What oil to use for a yardworks gas mower 060-1648, 060-1649, 060-1658


Hi , There's two different types of mower oil, There's the oil for the sump (4 stroke mowers ONLY) Ask at the local lawn mower repair store for the oil type and the 2 stroke grade, it's just two stroke oil you add to the gas (2 stroke mowers ONLY) If you own a 2 stroke mower then yes you actually add the oil to the gas before you put it in the gas tank (25 to 1 ratio) but If you own a 4 stroke mower then NO you DON'T put the oil in the gas tank. There is (two) capes, 1 for the gas and the 2nd cap is there somewhere for the oil.... Have a look at the link below... CHEERS..
http://bpretail.bp.nl/australie/2_stroke_brochure.pdf

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What type of oil do I put in?


Hi Shelly, There's two types of mower oil, There's the oil for the sump (4 stroke mowers ONLY) and the 2 stroke grade is just two stroke oil (2 stroke mower ONLY) If you own a 2 stroke mower then yes you actually add the oil to the gas before you put it in the gas tank (25 to 1 ratio) but If you own a 4 stroke mower then you DON'T put the oil in the gas tank. There is (two) capes, 1 for the gas and the 2nd cap is there somewhere for the oil.... Have a look at the link below... CHEERS..

http://bpretail.bp.nl/australie/2_stroke_brochure.pdf

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How do you put the oil in? seems to suggest to put it in the gas tank. How much?


Hi Barry, There's two types of mower oil, There's the oil for the sump (4 stroke mowers ONLY) and the 2 stroke grade is just two stroke oil (2 stroke mower ONLY) If you own a 2 stroke mower then yes you actually add the oil to the gas before you put it in the gas tank (25 to 1 ratio) but If you own a 4 stroke mower then you DON'T put the oil in the gas tank. There is (two) capes, 1 for the gas and the 2nd cap is there somewhere for the oil.... Have a look at the link below... CHEERS..
http://bpretail.bp.nl/australie/2_stroke_brochure.pdf

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How do I drain the oil on a Briggs & Stratton Troybilt 725 series 190cc push mower?


  • 1) Lay your mower on its side.

  • 2) Find a square bolt head protruding from under the mower engine. Adjust the crescent wrench to the size of the bolt. Turn the bolt counter-clockwise until the bolt comes out and oil begins to drain out.
  • 3) Grab the square-headed bolt and quickly lay the mower over the oil capture pan. Wait about a minute to allow all the old oil to drain out of the engine.

  • 4) Prop the mower back on its side and tighten the square-headed bolt back into the oil pan hole on the base of the mower engine.
  • 5) Return the mower to its upright position. Unscrew the oil dipstick. Read your owner's manual for the proper amount of oil to add. If you no longer have your manual then slowly add the oil to the engine by pouring it through the funnel and into the oil dipstick hole. It usually take 20 ounces to fill a small mower engine, so pour in some oil and check the oil level with the oil dipstick occasionally until the oil is to the FULL line on the oil dipstick. Screw the oil dipstick back in once you have enough oil in the mower engine.


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    Hi stnstomper...

    Look under the mower for a square plug or allen wrench type plug, this will be your oil drain for the motor.
    Some of Briggs & Stratton motors do not have an oil drain plug...
    If you do not have an oil drain plug then you will have to run the mower to get it warm, then remove the oil fill plug and tip the mower towards the oil fill plug to drain out the oil thru the fill plug hole.
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    I need to change the oil - how


    warm up the mower for a few minutes. This gets the oil thin and suspends the dirt in the oil.

    Then, get a pan big enough to hold about 20 ounces of oil.

    remove the oil filler cap and tip the mower towards the side of the filler neck with the pan

    sitting on the ground next to the mower to catch the oil.

    sit mower on its side for about 15 minutes and let all the oil drip out.

    Tip it back up and fill her up! 18 ounces for small mower engines. 30 Weight Non-detergent oil.

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    Help. I need to drain the oil from my PR600y21RP mower but cannot figure out where/how to drain the oil!!!


    You should be able to turn your mower on it's side ( the side opposite the muffler) and look on the motor hub within a couple of inches of the drive shaft and find the oil drain plug on the bottom of the engine ( usually a four sided square end pipe type plug ). once you have found it, turn mower back on it's wheels and start and run it long enough to warm the engine oil (5 min. should work). Shut the mower down...have a flat pan capable of holding the oil volume (a little more than a quart) ready to catch the oil. Turn the mower back on it's side and with an adjustable wrench, loosen and remove the drain plug....with pan under mower quickly turn mower back on it's wheels and allow the oil to drain into the pan. if your mower is equipped with an oil filler tube, remove the filler cap and dip stick. This will allow the oil to drain faster.....when the oil has drained turn the mower back on it's side and replace the drain plug...tighten firmly. put mower back on it's wheels and refill with the proper amount and type of engine oil. fill to the proper mark on the dipstick and DO NOT overfill. Start mower and let run for a few minutes...shut down and check for any oil leaks....and you're done ....hope this helps ;-D

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    Need to know where you drain the oil at on the push mower???


    Todays walk-behind mowers are designed to drain the oil right out of the fill tube. Position you catch pan beside the mower and tilt the mower over the pan.Be sure the air filter is on the "up"side. Once all the oil is drained uot add the proper amount of oil,let the mower set for a few hours and you're good to go!

    May 17, 2010 | Garden

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    Oil change


    STOP !

    Your lawn mower is has a 4 cycle engine
    It does not require oil to be mixed with the gas
    The oil for the crankcase should be a 10W-30 or 10W- 40
    NO GAS IN THE OIL
    What you have is a 2 cycle oil that is mixed with gas for most weed eaters, chain saws, ect
    Putting a gas/oil mix in your mower WILL severely damage it destroying the main bearings and could lead to an explosion or fire.
    Please be careful

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    What kind of oil do I use and how do I hange the oil? I have a walk behind mower model HD4QN20RF.


    you use 30HD only 20 oz.. There is a drain plug under the deck in the bottom of the mower. It takes a 3/8 " ratchet and an extension. Push the handles down, Disconnect the spark plug wire, Mower the blade to one side, Take out the drain plug, put a container to collect the used oil under the mower, Put the mower back down, And it will drain the oil. Check and make sure you are getting the oil in the container. When it has drained the oil, Put the plug back in, put new oil in the mower. Hope it helps.
    Good day.

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