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If I use synthetic oil in my lawn tractor, can I go more than a year between oil changes?

One of the big problems, especially for seldom-used (and if you are not running a lwn-care business, your lawn tractor qualifies, in hours per year, even if you mow and blow snow with it) is that ...
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If I use synthetic oil in my lawn tractor, can I go more than a year between oil changes?

Oil life is typically measured with distance or time 1 year on a tractor for oil life of a synthetic is a reasonable expectation. Mobile makes a claim about their synthetic oil stating that it will ...
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Help Diagnose and Repair Snow Blower

The rubber tube is for the gas/benzine. Replace all tube (and possibly other rubber tubes). You may find tubes in plastic (e.g. transparent), for gas: they have a longer lifetime. But your carburator ...
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Help Diagnose and Repair Snow Blower

What makes you think it is 2 cycle ? I would just cut the end of the hose for a test run. As a minimum remove the carb float bowl and clean it out ( the big round thing just below where the hose broke ...
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If I use synthetic oil in my lawn tractor, can I go more than a year between oil changes?

This is a great question. Basically, our lawn mowers, blowers, trimmers...CARS, etc. will last forever if we can keep the dirt out of these machines. Changing oil is one of the best ways to remove ...
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