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Just got this from Briggs & Stratton Spring is just around the corner and you'll soon be powering up your riding lawnmower. Protect your investment and keep your engine running efficiently. DOING THE MAINTENANCE YOURSELF? HERE IS YOUR MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST: · Change the oil. Use Briggs & Stratton warranty certified oil, which is available at your local dealer or retailer, or online. · Change oil filter (if equipped). · Replace the air filter. A clean air filter keeps your engine running at peak performance. Briggs & Stratton air filters are available are available at your local dealer or retailer, or online. · Inspect the spark plug--clean and regap or replace. Briggs & Stratton Platinum Spark Plugs are available at your local dealer or retailer, or online. · Replace fuel filter (if equipped). Briggs & Stratton Fuel Filters are available at your local dealer or retailer, or online. · Make sure your fuel is fresh--add Briggs & Stratton's Fuel Stabilizer Plus to keep your fuel fresh and keep the fuel system clean for trouble-free use. The Fuel Stabilizer Plus is available at your local dealer or retailer, or online. NEED HOW TO INFORMATION? We can show you [url="http://www.briggsandstratton.com/MainSite.asp?rsvp=0&CategoryID=51&PARENTID=7&LRID=1&EPAGE=/main/RealBriggs/WebSite/NA/EN/support_maintenance/maintenance/change_oil.mb&MSCSSID=1234"]How To Change Your Oil[/url]. It’s easy! To find out which specific Briggs & Stratton parts you need for your particular engine model, our [url="http://myengineinfo.briggsandstratton.com/MainPage.asp?rsvp=0&Link=1&CategoryID=144&PARENTID=144&LRID=1&EPAGE=/main/RealBriggs/WebSite/NA/EN/home.mb&MSCSSID=1234"]My Engine Information[/url] tool can help. Briggs & Stratton is committed to providing our customers with quality outdoor power equipment products and services. [url="http://www.briggsandstratton.com/bpp_splash.asp"]Visit our website[/url] for additional information. We're the power that works for you! Regards, Briggs & Stratton Corporation

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It is interesting how the big three have discovered the Internet. Ten years ago companies like some listed here contacted us for our input about how to. We have done pages like this years before they were on the internet, http://www.jackssmallengines.com/Oil.cfm Jack WWW.Jackssmallengines.com

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