Lawn Mower Spark Plug Gap?

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The lawn mower spark plug gap is the measurement of how much you have to tighten the spark plug into the socket. Each lawnmower engine type is going to have a different spark plug gap, as there is no standard. You can find out what kind of gap you need by checking the owner's manual for your lawnmower. If you do not have the manual, usually you can find one on the manufacturer's website or get one by calling them and ordering it.
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1. Read the owner's manual for your lawn mower to find the correct gap for your brand and model, if the gap information is not available on the spark plug package. The maintenance
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