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    Fall Project Guide - Tractor Supply Co.

    Fall Project Guide - Winter Power Equipment Tune-up

    It’s never too early to think about getting your power equipment tuned up and ready for that first cold snap and snowfall.


    Spark Plug Replacement

    • Small engines will benefit from a new spark plug
    • It’s a cheap annual investment that will help start the equipment on cold days with its better spark

     

    Seasonal Oil Changes

    • If you are running 4–cycle equipment with the oil and gas separate, changing the oil is essential
    • Even if you didn’t run your equipment much the previous year, oil can become contaminated from moisture in the air and exhaust
    • Contaminated oil will damage internal parts of your engine over time causing expensive repairs

     

    Check the Belts

    • If your equipment uses belts in its drive operation, look for wearing or cracking in the belts
    • If you see wear, replace the belt

     

    Check the Tires

    • Check tread wear and inflate to the proper level. Most tires have the proper PSI stamped on the side

     

     

    Overall Inspection

    • Look over your whole machine
    • Look for loose bolts or attachments and replace or tighten as needed
    • Oil and grease all fittings