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I loved the community at the Snowblowers Forum and decided to sign-up here too. I enjoy fixing mowers in my spare time.
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Welcome to MLF Waylon. This forum is never as busy as SBF, but has a bunch of helpful people.

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Hello Waylon,

I agree. I found this forum recently after getting some great advice on the snowblower forum. I am in Michigan also. I am hoping to get some advice here for my 4 year old Craftsman push mower that required a new spark plug each of the last four times I cut grass in the fall of 2019. My first plan is to drain the fuel and run a can or two of "Truefuel" through it and see if that helps. With the lack of snow in southwest Michigan this winter.... I am thinking it will not be long before the grass will need cutting.
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Welcome to MLF Waylon. This forum is never as busy as SBF, but has a bunch of helpful people.
Welcome to the slow season, Lol, Iím sure things will pick up here when things start warming up when the weeds, uh, grass starts growing.
Itís a great time for restoration projects though.

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I loved the community at the Snowblowers Forum and decided to sign-up here too. I enjoy fixing mowers in my spare time.
They are all as helpful here as at the SBF, so I've found out in my short time here.
I am seriously thinking of selling the SnowBlower. Climate Change is real.
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