How ToHOW TO Repair The Pull Cord on Your Lawnmower With Briggs & Stratton 3.5 Classic Engine jr69 6 years ago 25 Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article Easy to follow video tutorial on HOW TO Repair Pull Cord on Your Lawnmower With Briggs & Stratton 3.5 Classic Engine. This video may also apply for engines up to 5hp. Visit my channel for more repair videos; www.youtube.com Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Related Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts How To Get Skinny Looking Legs jr69 November 13, 2012 How To Fix P0300 random misfire codes in your car jr69 November 16, 2012 Land Rover Freelander – orange brown gunk in coolant overflow jr69 January 15, 2013 Lose The Love Handles Workout – Oblique Shredder Workout jr69 February 4, 2013 How to solve stiff / sticking DJI Phantom 2 / Vision+ battery jr69 October 20, 2014 Guitar Lesson: Fast Car – Tracy Chapman – How to play intro&Verse&Chorus jr69 November 19, 2012 About The Author Jarev More from this Author 25 Comments cgrscott November 19, 2012 Very helpful. Thanks to your instructional video, I was able to replace my broken recoil string without having to take the recoil assembly apart. I only had to remove the recoil assembly from the engine. My local neighborhood small engine shop had plenty of replacement recoil string, for cheap. :-) steven earnshaw November 19, 2012 i’ll be putting it on a different deck as this one is rusty and has 3 wheels donyboy73 November 19, 2012 you need a longer blade adapter to make up for the short shaft steven earnshaw November 19, 2012 i got one of these motors one one of those green craftsman decks that rust a lot, it’s not the original motor because they didn’t put them in the green crapsman decks and it’s crankshaft is way too short so it doesn’t mow any grass the guy also wired it to full throttle and one wheel along with the axle have been ripped off the deck. runs good though. i suspect he’s a drunk donyboy73 November 19, 2012 lol, i’m a robot 48fatboi November 19, 2012 Has anyone ever told you your voice sounds like on of those computer voices? HikageMaru November 19, 2012 Got it fixed and now I’m the hero. Thanks for the video. cgrscott November 19, 2012 Thank you! donyboy73 November 19, 2012 just go to any small engine shop cgrscott November 19, 2012 Just what I needed. Thanks. My busted pull string is on my Cub Cadet Commercial Walk Behind with a Kawasaki v-twin engine. Should I go to my Cub Cadet Dealer to get the replacement pull rope or can I just go to Home Depot for the rope? donyboy73 November 19, 2012 4.5 is common for lawnmowers, you can match it up at a small engine shop kyoshofan November 20, 2012 How do you know what size rope (#4.5 , #5 , ect) that your mower takes? donyboy73 November 20, 2012 similar but different, check out my snowblower repair videos poltab7 November 20, 2012 THANK YOU!!!! Will this work for small snow throwers as well? cbuckusful November 20, 2012 Very GOOD. I will NOT bring my Mower to Duxbury Fit-it shop anymore fuzz11111111 November 20, 2012 Thanks for this, have an issue with the rope not retracting properly on mine and this will help a lot donyboy73 November 20, 2012 thank you Camlaman November 20, 2012 Dony, you have a great teaching talent, explaining a quite difficult procedure in a very clear way. The video is very well made and edited. I’d probably have messed up my lawnmower recoil without your help, so thank you very much! donyboy73 November 20, 2012 very interesting channel u have WallsBeeMan November 20, 2012 You know how to give good instructions as well as make a good vid. my toro is a model 20070. I’m a beekeeper & I’ve made several vids on honeybees. thanks for you info wangbungal November 20, 2012 is there a way to tighten the stop cable? I have to push the lever down the engine for the mower to start donyboy73 November 20, 2012 best not to, the blades acts as a flywheel, it can kick back and over rev without it jathquigley1 November 20, 2012 Hi dony can i run a lawn mower engine without the blade on it Danny Williams November 20, 2012 Dony. You are the man! Thanks for the video. A great help for me in sunny UK! savvar November 20, 2012 thanks. saved me time and money and 2 weeks wait to get my mower back from the shop!