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I Don’t See My Lawn Boy Model Number
Finding the model and serial numbers on your lawn equipment won’t be a headache because we have you covered. In some cases you will only need your model number. But some of their products will require the serial number as well, so it makes sense to note both. Here are some places where you can look for these numbers:
Push mowers: Look on the handle. Also check the rear of the deck and on top of the deck. Search above the right wheel as well.
Riding mowers, zero-turn mowers, and tractors: Find the numbers under the seat, on the frame.
Snowblower: You’ll find the model number on the rear of the machine, located near the left wheel.
Now that you’ve found your model number, you can begin ordering parts. If you’re still having trouble, feel free to give us a call and one of our customer service agents will happily help you locate it.
Let us Help with Your Lawn Boy Repair
So you accidentally ran your mower over that stump in your yard and you need a new blade? Or maybe you just need to sharpen it up a bit? Take the guesswork out of all your repairs by using our handy repair resources. We have how-to videos and articles that can guide you through every step of your repair or maintenance and a Repair Forum where you can find answers to all your repair questions.
And with our full line of Lawn Boy parts, you can spend less time and money on a repair shop and more time getting back to making your lawn the envy of the entire neighborhood.
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In 1904 Ole Evinrude wanted to get his wife an ice cream cone. But there was a problem: the ice cream was on the other side of the lake, and it was the middle of summer. He went for it anyway, but alas, when he returned the cone had completely melted. Realizing that rowing the boat across the lake was not the most efficient method of delivery, Evinrude invented the outboard motor as we know it today. And the Lawn Boy company was born.
Since that fateful summer, Lawn Boy has left the motor business and become a player in the lawn equipment game. Which is great news to anyone who has used one of their amazing mowers.