Two-stroke engines are used for small lawn mowers with a maximum capacity of 15 cubic feet. Almost all of these motors are no more than half the size of standard four-stroke engines. The motor used in this type of engine is specifically designed to be used with a mixture of up to 40 percent fuel, mostly a mix of gasoline and diesel, and up to 60 percent oil. This mix allows the engine to run properly, but it is not a single product (like diesel or gasoline), but rather a blend of these two fuels.
The probability of death by lawnmower is 80 times higher than that of death by car. To prevent yourself and your family from being part of the 80%, mowing your lawn on a regular basis means you are taking your life in your hands.
The Mowing Mover is the only commercial mower system that is powered by a Briggs & Stratton engine. The center drive shaft is built with a single universal joint, minimizing vibration while providing additional durability. The Mowing Mover requires no tools for installation, making service work convenient and easy. The Mowing Mover utilizes a unique suspended trailer bracket to provide easy maneuverability around trees and utility poles. The Mowing Mover is the only commercial mower system that features a high-lift trailer to haul empty bags.
A lawnmower that looks like a lawnmower can be heavier than one that is designed to look like a riding lawnmower. It is more important that you measure the lawnmower properly before buying it. Knowing that you are buying the right size lawnmower is just half the problem. There are other factors which will determine how heavy your lawnmower is. The type of blades you have, the height of the lawnmower, the design of your lawnmower, and other factors such as if you will be using it to mow the lawn or mulch or walkway.