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Re: Husqvarna Lawnmowers at Sears
#1   Apr 11, 2006 9:01 pm
I still haven't purchased a lawnmower yet, though the grass really hasn't started growing up here either.  Upon closer examination of the Husqvarna machine I realized it was just a regular Sers mower painted orange with some husky stickers on it.  The ones at the Husky dealer looked liked a much better and more robust beast, though much pricier.  So the hunt continues.
Husqvarna Lawnmowers at Sears
#2   Mar 22, 2006 4:20 pm
Does anyone own a Husqvarna lawnmower, and would your recommend buying one?  I noticed Sears has the 6.75 B&S Husqvarna, and it looked pretty good to me.
Re: What Lawnmower would you recommend?
#3   Mar 12, 2006 12:18 am
I would like to keep the price on my new mower under $500 if possible, if that helps.
What Lawnmower would you recommend?
#4   Mar 11, 2006 11:11 am
Hi Guys,

The warmer weather and lack of snow fall here in Massachusetts has gotten me to think about spring and summer, and more specifically, replacing my old Craftsman Lawnmower.  I have hated my 6.5hp Craftsman 22" rear discharge seld propelled lawnmower since I bought it 8 years ago, and regret putting my old Snapper out to pasture.  So this year I am buying a new lawnmower, what brand and type would you suggest.  I have a quarter acre house lot to mow, so not a lot, but I want a machine that will last and start without major issues each time.  I don't care about a key start, and tend to bag my clippings and haul them to the dump.

Any advice is apprecited.

Thanks,

Mike

The first oil change on my Ariens 11528le
#5   Feb 18, 2006 3:27 pm
After last weekends snow storm in which my new Ariens 11528le performed flawlessly, I am now thinking about doing the breakin oil change, and was wondering should I use a regular or synthetic oil?  What would a synthetic do for me?  I am in the habit of changing the oil in my snowblower and running her dry at the end of each season, and have been doing so since I was 10yrs old.

Any advice would be appreciated, because I am not familiar with synthetic oils, but seem to see them mentioned her a lot.

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