Small Engine Repair

Understanding and working with engines can be a valuable skill for young and old men alike.  Many tools and machines upon which we depend for jobs that we do are powered by two-cycle or four-cycle engines.  Lawn mowers, snow blowers, weed whackers, and generators are just a few.

Since we depend on these little engines to work for us, it stands to reason that we should know something about keeping them in good repair.  Even simple maintenance operations can prevent breakdowns and prolong the life of a small engine.  This makes for dependable equipment and saves money!

Learning about engines and developing mechanical abilities will help to make a young man more competent around machines, and gives him a greater understanding of technologies.  Developing such abilities produces lifelong skills that are well worth learning.

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