The Small-engine Handbook

The Small-engine Handbook

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Peter Hunn. It's common for homeowners to have 2- or 4-cycle small engines in their lawn and garden equipment, utility vehicles, recreational vehicles, generators and other machines. With this easy-to-follow, richly illustrated handbook, homeowners will be able to understanding small engines, troubleshooting them and working on them. The book has a brief history of significant and popular small engines and a guide to setting up a home workshop in which to work on them. It also includes case studies on the disassembly, maintenance, repair and/or rebuilding of: a 2-stroke lawnmower engine, a 4-stroke utility motor, a 2-stroke chainsaw engine, and a curbside junker. The writing is lively and entertaining and the color photos clearly show how to work on these useful engines.
Publisher: St. Paul, MN : Motorbooks, 2005.
ISBN: 9780760320495
0760320497
Branch Call Number: 621.43 HUNN P
Characteristics: 143 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm.

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