Where’s my Lawn Mower Model Number
Finding your lawn mower’s model number doesn’t need to be a challenge. Just use these instructions to find some of the most popular places where manufacturers place that information, and you’ll be all set.
First, you should check the starter housing. If you don’t see it there search around the engine for a sticker, and on the mower deck. In some cases you can find the model number stamped into the top of the deck near the rear of the lawn mower. You can also check near the discharge unit and on the mower’s handle. If you still don’t see it, check specifically for your brand of mower to find where that manufacturer puts it, or give us a call and let one of our customer service agents help you find the information you need!
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A Long Mowing History
The first lawn mower was developed in 1827 as a much better alternative to the scythe. Naturally this mower lacked an engine of any kind and relied solely on the user’s ability to push it across the grass.
The first commercial, engine-powered rotary mowers were first sold in 1952 by the Victa company in Australia. Since then we’ve seen advances in push mower technology, as well as innovation in riding mowers, and even robotic lawn mowers that take humans right out of the equation.