10w30 Synthetic oil is what is best for any air cooled engine. You can also use straight 30w.
Briggs and stratton engines use different oils depending on the temperature to which the engines will be used. Generally sae30 oil should be used for mower engines
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Generally Briggs calls for 30W but you can also use 10w30 especially if you are using it in cool temperatures.
SAE 30 weight full synthetic oil.
regular 30 W, it says elsewhere on the Net, at least for some models in your category
Without knowing what engine or what kind of mower it is this is just a guess. But, it is possible that your flywheel and/or coil have gotten rusty and are not getting the conact that they need to make the spark. Try removing the cover and sanding the flywheel and coil. If it is a riding mower with a key switch there are many possibilities including anything from a bad switch to one of the safety switches.
SAE 30W in the summer and SAE 10w30 in the winter. I recommend you use 100% synthetic oil in any air cooled engine.
straight 30 or a 10w30
SAE 30 weight or SAE 10W-30 weight. I recommend you use 100% synthetic oil in your air-cooled engine.
Briggs engines call for a 30W SH or better
10w30 oil is what is recommended
The recommended oil is 5w30 full synthetic oil.
SAE 30 SF or better rating
SAE 30 or 10W30 full synthetic.
Briggs and Stratton only recommend using their own brand of lawnmower oil. This oil is available in stores for around $6 for 18oz. This particular oil is designed to be compatible with air cooled engines.
SAE 10w30 Full Synthetic is what I recommend in any air cooled engine lawn mower. Change the oil/filter every 50 hours or each year whichever comes first.
SAE 30W for summer & SAE 10W30 for winter use. I highly recommend you use 100% Synthetic oil in any air cooled engine. And major brand will do just fine.
If you raise the hood of the mower up it should have it on the yellow detailed sticker of mower. Normally 10w30
The best riding mower for hilly terrain is would be any kind of walk behind mower as you control it's movements, speed, and direction. However, if you have a large yard and want a riding mower newer LG mowers a good bet. An older option would be a Gravely Garden Tractor.
I have the exact same mower and I use mobil 1 5w30 and it seems to work
What kind of info do you need? What kind of info do you need?
10w30 0r 10w40 both seem to work well.
SAE 10w30 full synthetic.
It all depends on what kind of mower it is
Sae 30w if it is over 50 Fahrenheit. 10w-30 if it is under.