What Type of Oil Goes in a Lawnmower?

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Push lawn mowers use an engine to spin the cutting blades. A lawn mower uses SAE 30 weight motor oil. This oil is also used in cars.
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Use a high quality detergent oil classified "For Service SF, SE, SD, SC OR BETTER" * Below 20~ use 5W-20 or 5W-30. * Between 0~ and 100~ 10W-30 is acceptable. However most
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Motor oil is used to reduce the amount of friction between the piston and the cylinder. It helps dissipate the heat produced and also cools the sides of the cylinder. Four stroke
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SAE 30 non-detergent is recommended by most engine manufacturers but you can use synthetic 5w-30 for winter use.
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You should use high Quality SAE 30 weight motor oil for lawnmowers.
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