Race Vanderdecken: Great instructions and good production value with great editing. Thank you.
digiTech80: Thank you for your help this video made it ezer and i learned a thing or
two great video!!!!
Kerry Witty: Brilliant instructions - thanks for your help.
Crisanto Villarreal: I have tried to do this to my lawnmower but when I put the 5/16 socket
with the cap back on the spring will not retract ... any ideas.
Barry Simon: About to tackle. Thanks for the education.
Ben Hebert: My 8.5 hp briggs and stratton engine on my lawn tractor fast idle rpm is
not at spec how do I adjust it to run at spec rpms?
Dick Gozinya: I see below even Briggs & Stratton has it's own repair and replace videos
for these cheap, plastic part heavy, poorly designed, piece of crap rope
pull starters. I'll bet they have a whole warehouse of replacement parts
and laugh all the way to the bank. LMFAO....... That's pretty bad when the
Manufacturer has to instruct YOU how to fix THEIR junk.
Luis Hernandez: good job
Ashin C: Thank you!
Benjamin Franzmayr: Thank you very much! This helped me fix my lawnmower when I thought that I
couldn't do it myself.
Michael Halsall: Great video!
I am keeping an aged B &S 3.5 HP Classic ( 95902) powered lawn-mower going.
This video has shown me the correct way to remove the cowling and service
everything underneath it.
Adams Morgan Suites: I truly appreciate you taking the time to make these videos. As a 'closet
do-it-yourselfer', you make things very easy....Thanks much!
maria santos: Thank you very much donyboy73.
Dawn Fitzgerald: Perfect instructions. Thanks for sharing your knowledge!!!!!
Dick Gozinya: On my 5hp Briggs horizontal shaft tiller, the rope never breaks but the
pawls P/N (281505s) come flying off, the pulley (498144) shatters and the
friction plate (692299) breaks. It's broke for the third time right now.
Now I just put the knot of the string in the flywheel notch, wind it myself
and start it old school. Friggin idiots decided plastic parts were cool to
connect to a metal crankshaft to start a gas engine with 110lbs of
compression. Assholes. You can pull it slowly to get past the compression
stroke and then yank it but if you catch it again during the pull, stuff
starts breaking. These return start rope gizmos were ALWAYS pieces of junk.
Hence all the repair videos. My hardly used Honda Power washer is on it's
second complete assembly now.
samuel conteh: I could not locate where to pour the oil on briggs and stratton murray,lawn
slowtraincoming: Great video. Thank you for clear explanation even of simple steps. I am not
mechanically inclined and have difficulty with even the simplest of
repairs. This video was just what I needed. Thank you for your time and
expertise and the production of the video is great also.
Matt Cruz: So much frustration saved. Thanks for the video...EXACTLY what I needed.
poltab7: THANK YOU!!!! Will this work for small snow throwers as well?
WallsBeeMan Durham: You know how to give good instructions as well as make a good vid. my toro
is a model 20070. I'm a beekeeper & I've made several vids on honeybees.
thanks for you info
Jen Klima: 1st, your video is great & I enjoyed listening to your calm (Canadian, I
believe?) accent. We did did every step exactly, even checked at the end
that the spring was tight enough to recoil the rope. Perfect. However,
after screwing the top back on, we pull the cord a few times, the engine
doesn't turn over, and then WHAM, the whole cord pulls to the very end and
sticks there. It doesn't recoil. We take it all off, we do the process over
again. BOOM. Same thing! What are we doing wrong??
El Raymundo: Hey, just wanted to say thank you for posting this. Your instructions were
spot-on and I was successful fixing my mower. I'll add that the
recommendation about burning the notch in the wheel was key! That made the
job so much easier. Thanks again!!
Reese N.: hey, I watched several videos on how to replace the cord that my son broke,
This video is the simplest to follow, so off I go to Lowes to get the cord,
and I will let you know how the repair went.......
0135687589: Excellent video. It was very descriptive and helped me to get this done.
VideosbySteve: What if after pulling the cord the engine keeps spinning (but its still
donyboy73: no video yet on the spring replacement
KRISTIE JEFFERIES: OMG! I almost love you.....but I need help. I followed the video and found
my problem. The coil is no longer wound up, so I guess that's why my cord
is not retracting. How do I fix that? Do you have a video for that? I'll
search until I hear a response from you. Thanks so much for the video. New
Jim Childs: Thank you, this helped.
gadawg3434: This guy is the best! Very clear instructions and tips! Thank you!
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Agustin Flores: Sweet..
CraftinmineralMc: Way to go Dony! 30,000 subs! You should do a celebration vid
Tim Tereshchuk: I subscribed!
steven earnshaw: i got one of these motors one one of those green craftsman decks that rust
a lot, it's not the original motor because they didn't put them in the
green crapsman decks and it's crankshaft is way too short so it doesn't mow
any grass the guy also wired it to full throttle and one wheel along with
the axle have been ripped off the deck. runs good though. i suspect he's a
donyboy73: you're welcome
jaden Quigley: Hi dony can i run a lawn mower engine without the blade on it
Mark Bajc: Thank you so much...amazing video, it helped me a lot!
priestjackie: It's appreciated more than u think I wish though it was a 3.75 B
donyboy73: you're welcome
donyboy73: thank you
Sabrina Sutton: Thank you for this video. It was extremely helpful in working on my
Ivan Marcial: Thank you for your video. I tried doing this on my own with poor results.
now I'm ready to make the adjustments.
Gugnyr: Outstanding video. Turned an afternoon's worth of figuring it out and
working on it into a few minutes of watching and a few minutes of work.
Your videos are excellent. Keep up the good work!
donyboy73: hoping to, thanks!
Emcon4: Thanks a bunch. Very clear video helped me fix my broken pull cord. First
time ever opening a lawnmower, let alone fixing something on it. Very
jstlvroflife: U are so precise , articulate and easy to listen to and follow
instructions. You are a blessing because you have saved plenty of low
income ppl to repair lawnmowers themselves..Thank you...
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