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Using Tractor After Winter Storage


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04-16-08, 05:13 PM   #1  
Using Tractor After Winter Storage

Hi all,
I followed all of the steps to prepare my lawn equipment for winter storage. A tractor, push mower, and edger.

- Drained the gasonline and filled it fresh
- Added stabilizer
- changed the oil
- cleaned filters

My question is, all the manuals say when beginning to service for user after the winter, to basically do all of it again? I can see adding fresh fuel. But do I really need another oil change if the engine hasnt been started at all?

Thanks in advance!

 
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04-16-08, 07:24 PM   #2  
You are good to go. With the stabilizer in the fuel, I would just fire up and start cutting.


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04-16-08, 09:29 PM   #3  
Great!! Im still gonna get the blades sharpened and grease/lube certain parts. maybe a new spark plug. but the grass is so long now that i want to do just what you said! thanks!!

 
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