You can call McCulloch to find a service center near you. They stopped making many parts for their gas-powered equipment and some stuff can be harder to find. W...
WillyEMember since 04/18/04
After you fire the mower up with the new oil in it, I would let it run for a few minutes- maybe five or so. Then, I'd empty that oil out and replace it with fresh.
8x8x1= 64 cubic feet 64 cubic feet= 2.37 cubic yards Assuming all measurements are accurate; 2.37 cubic yds would fill the sandbox to the brim. If you ordered 2...
8x8x1= 64 cubic feet 64 cubic feet= 2.37 cubic yards Assuming all measurements are accurate; 2.37 cubic yds would fill the sandbox to the brim. If you ordered ...
No, I wouldn't use it in my mower either. If you don't want to waste it, the next time you fill up your car, you could wait until you've used a little gas and top...
I agree. I wouldn't want to leave the mower tilted for a long with oil in the reservoir as to avoid problems which this can cause. I assumed there wasn't oil in...
Thanks to Retisin for adding something I forgot to mention. I was just coming back to say you could rinse with a little gas after you have emptied oil to remove ...
You can use joint compound to build up a thin texture on the drywall. Spread using a trowel, taping knife, etc. and hopefully you can match the old wall's texture.
A #8 is a common size screw. If it is an 8-32 it should not be hard to find at a hardware store, unless it is super long.
It is not ruined by any means. Simple cure would be to tilt mower on its side to remove the oil. You should be able to tilt it any-which-way if the mower is new...