Have you ever thought about ways that you could put to good use to help speed up the lawn-cutting job? After all, is this not what all of us men, who toil for hours in the hot, steamy sun, and the lawns, all over the nation, really want? Continue reading “Briggs & Stratton Engine Parts Speaks about Turf Cleanliness Issues” »
The weather is sublime throughout most of the continental United States and that means only one thing, that late fall is here. This also means that it is time, or way past time, to get the lawnmowers and weed trimmers into prime shape as winter is not far behind now at all. Global warming or not the fact is that it is warmer, longer, and colder, longer, if that makes any meteorological sense. Continue reading “Briggs Engine Parts and Late Fall Check Ups” »
As the economies of the world teeter and wobble and many fall completely down, the news is not that much brighter on this side of the world. Continue reading “Briggs Stratton Engine Parts – Missouri Plant Layoff” »
If the noise coming from your Briggs engine is too loud, even for a lawn mower, then you really need to listen up to this posting about how to quiet a noisy engine. Since all engines emit atleast, some degree of noise in their normal operating states, having a zero-sound emitting engine, is not going to be possible. As the old saying goes, “no noise is no good”, we all understands that the sound of a strong, well-built, well-maintained engine, is a soothing sound indeed! Continue reading “Briggs Engine Parts Listens to Noisy Engines” »
Thinking about overhauling the Briggs carb this early fall in order to get a jump on Old Man Winter? That is a very good idea indeed! As the old saying goes, ‘why put off till tomorrow what you can do today’, Briggs Small Engine Parts could not agree anymore with that adage! Please have a look below at a quick step-by-step guide to overhauling the carburetor on your lawn mower. Continue reading “Overhauling the Briggs Carb” »
The dust was a flying this past weekend and the excitement was almost unbearable as the racers flew around the track! If you were not able to make it to the Oaktoberfest 2011 Lawnmower Race that was held in Post Oak, Illinois, then we are happy that you have made it this far! Continue reading “Briggs & Stratton Takes Checkered Flag at Oaktoberfest 2011” »
When bad weather arrives, and during this early season of fall, this is no longer a rarity, the attention gets shifted to emergency preparation. I was walking outside of my apartment here in usually sunny Florida, when I noticed that storms clouds were gathering overhead. It was only a matter of minutes before a deluge of near tropical force winds and accompanying rain, came down for that lofty perch. Continue reading “Extreme Weather & Briggs Parts Portable Generators” »
It matters not what brand you choose, eventually you are going to need to locate replacement lawn mower parts. For some higher quality lawn mowers, this can be quite a challenge and something that can take a lot of time. While most of the time it is relatively easy to locate quality mower parts online, we decided that it would be beneficial if we provided to you a posting on how best to go about this very important task.
The tricky part is finding the right source for your replacement mower parts. Start by analyzing the terminology used by the online dealer. Some say they sell only “OEM” or “OES”, while others advertise “Aftermarket” parts. What are they talking about?
OEM and OES are virtually synonymous. The first is an acronym that stands for “Original Equipment Manufacturer” while the ‘S’ in OES stands for “supplier.” In both these cases, you will be buying mower parts that are authorized by the manufacturer and often they will be identical to the originals because most lawnmowers are made up of many parts actually manufactured by others, but carrying their label. You can safely purchase these because they are identical to the original equipment, hence the name. Continue reading “Help in Finding Mower Parts Online” »
Here at this Briggs Stratton Engine Parts site, we have been in the business of lawns and gardens for many years. With that in mind, we wanted you all to know that whenever we saw or heard of someone attempting to trim the lawn while the grass was still wet, we have to admit we let out a rousing chuckle.
You first start to see the telltale signs and your heart drops. The blue or white smoke is now pouring out from the engine and you know right away that this is going to take at the very least, one or possibly two new Briggs Engine Parts. The engine does run but very roughly and is considered a toxic waste originator to the neighborhood and environment.