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Honda Riding Lawn Mowers
Posted on February 8, 2012 by Mr.Green 12 comments Leave a comment

Honda riding lawn mowers are known for their reliability, their efficiency and their value. So if you've been looking for a good, sturdy mower that does what you want it to, then you can't go wrong with a Honda. They have long been recognized for being reliable, quiet, fuel-efficient and powerful. Their engines are easy to start, they're durable, environmentally friendly and they have more than enough power to do the job you need them to do. Honda riding lawn mowers also sport twin blades which mince the grass into fine particles. It works great as mulch and is extremely easy to bag. It also makes your lawn look better, healthier and greener. All of this spells less work for you, which can't be said for most mowers on the market today. Honda engines have long been recognized as superior by industry professionals. They start with less effort than competitor engines and they run longer and more efficiently. Their engines are built to last. Only the highest quality materials are used and the most advanced designs, which makes Honda engines superior to all other engines in a number of ways. The company continues to come out with new innovations all the time, always staying several steps ahead of its competitors. These innovations include RotoStop, which stops the blades when you let go of the handle but keeps the engine running so you don't have to restart it every few minutes. There is also Cruise control, which allows you to set a comfortable speed. Smart drive, which analyzes your stride to create the most comfortable speed for you, and an auto choke system for easier starting. Then there's the VersaMow system, which allows you to mulch, bag, or shred leaves without adding other attachments. When it comes to Honda riding lawn mowers, everything has been considered. The wheels are ball bearing supported, which means they're easier to maneuver and they offer a smoother ride than you'll get with any other mower. They also sport ergo-active handles that offer complete support and comfort. The best part is that Honda lawn tractors are supported by a comprehensive warranty along with the best dealer network in the United States. Honda riding lawn mowers also don't just bolt on other people's parts and engines, like other companies do. Their mowers are fully made by Honda. Reliability, dependability and a comprehensive warranty along with constant innovations that make mowing the lawn and landscaping easier than ever; Honda lawn mowers are a must for anyone looking for a superior lawn tool. With over 2000 authorized dealers worldwide, you should be able to find a Honda dealer in your area so that you can get the mower that will completely change the way you feel about mowing your lawn. With such ease of use, you may even look forward to mowing your lawn; a chore you likely put off as long as humanly possible. Before you buy a new Honda Lawn Mower, you should research thoroughly what model would be best for your garden. You can rely on http://www.mowerwizard.com to provide you with more detailed reviews of the different types and models of Honda Lawn Mowers that are available. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Mark_G_McKnight

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12 Responses to “Honda Riding Lawn Mowers”
Anonymous February 10, 2012 at 10:19 am Why is the battery dead on my riding mower? I have a 1989 Honda riding lawn mower (Model number HT-R3811) The battery is not charging. If I charge it and start it, it will run for as long as the battery is charged. the engine is not charging the battery. I am not too familiar with small engines since there is no alternator. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks thanks, I just replaced the battery last summer.
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Stephen_25 February 10, 2012 at 2:38 pm After running my 10HP motor, it starves itself for gas. Any remedies? I have a Honda 10 HP riding lawn mower engine. It starts off running fine but then after a couple of minutes it struggles to stay going, eventually turning off. I can’t think of anything else to check. I know quite a bit about motors so don’t be shy to use big names and stuff if your scared of confusing me.

dorthy w February 11, 2012 at 6:09 pm looking38inch cutting deckfor a honda riding lawn mower?

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Jodo February 16, 2012 at 10:18 am

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check e-bay but i’m sure they’ll be hard to find because you can’t find that many companies that still make 38inchers. you might be able to put a craftsman or yard works deck on it. go to home depot or lowes even sears and check out what they offer first.
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Linda K February 12, 2012 at 9:49 pm The key for my honda riding lawn mower broke off. How can I get it out? I tried a needle nose pliers but don’t want to ruin anything. Should I take the ignition switch out and try that way?

Stephen_25 February 19, 2012 at 7:46 am I have a small go cart and Im wondering what engine to put into it.?

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My friend has a go cart with everything but the motor in it. I want to put an engine in it for my son. The go cart is just an old honda 3810 riding lawn mower stripped down to the frame and the essentials. The lawn mower has some kind of transmission in it and it has a clutch and a break in the same pedal. I don’t want an engine that will pass cars on the highway. Just something small that will go anywhere from 20 kph to 50kph. So if anyone could tell me how big and what kind and even what modifications I might need to do to the lawn tractor that would be great. Im NOT looking to buy a brand new engine…Just looking to find a used one that I could salvage off of something else. Thank you for all feedback!
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Brit February 26, 2012 at 7:33 am

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Most of the go karts I have seen use either Briggs & Stratton engines or Robin Subaru. Robin Subaru makes a small engine especially for Go Karts. You may be able to speak with a small engine repair shop close to you to find out which engine will work best for the machine your are trying to build. They may even have some used engines around.
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VALENTINO February 20, 2012 at 4:48 am honda h1011sa riding lawn mower?

i’m looking to purchase this honda riding mower…i’m looking for reviews from people out there………..is it acomfortable machine……..does it run well……what is the cutting swath (inches)
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Realist February 26, 2012 at 4:55 pm I used to use one of these machines when I worked for the late Lord Lichfield,(Patrick Lichfield). I can’t remember the actual model number, but the one I used was

Ferrari red and had a cut of 36 inches. I used it for a number of years, without any problems, in fact it was a joy to use. We used to get a firm from Stafford out every Spring to service it. Highly recommended
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sdis February 20, 2012 at 7:19 am what is the best riding lawn mower to buy? what brand such as ford,honda etc.?

lindanell February 25, 2012 at 8:47 pm need a starter for honda ht 3813 riding lawn mower?

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Anonymous February 27, 2012 at 4:08 am go to their website for help

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