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Gasoline - 4 Stroke Lawn Mowers (Figure 2)

This is the most common new lawn mower you'll find. Its engine runs on standard unleaded gasoline.

Table 1 provides the advantages and disadvantages of a four-stroke gasoline powered lawn mower.

4-stroke gas lawn mower

Figure 2 - 4-stroke gas lawn mower

 

Table 1 - Advantages & Disadvantages Of A 4-Stroke Gasoline Powered Lawn Mower

Advantages

Disadvantages

  • No need to make two-stroke mixture,simply use normal gas
  • Much less pollution thantwo-stroke engine
  • Wider cutting area than mostelectric mowers - quicker mowing time
  • Need to fill and refill gas can at service station and store at home
  • Heavy and unwieldy
  • Noisy
  • Engine oil needs maintaining
  • Oil pan can be unsuitable for mowing steep terrain, especially on older models

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