Change Oil, Spark Plug & Air Filter. Briggs & Stratton 550EX, Troy-Bilt TB110 Push Mower



I show how to do the annual maintenance on my push mower. This includes changing Oil, Spark Plug & Air Filter on a Troy-Bilt TB110 push mower with a Briggs & Stratton 550EX engine.

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11 thoughts on “Change Oil, Spark Plug & Air Filter. Briggs & Stratton 550EX, Troy-Bilt TB110 Push Mower

  1. You could also use an "Siphon pump" to pump out the oil. Seems a little easier than tilting the mower on its side. Either way it gets the job done! lol

    Thanks for the Video!

  2. The little boy looks like he could use a tasty cheese burger. Buy him 4 to go….HAA…HAA…HAAA. By the way, great job changing the oil of that lawnmower. You to can take 4 more to go.

  3. Nice video. Just a note though. You should always leave both wheels on the ground when you drain the oil out by tipping it on it's side. If you lift the back wheels off the floor the oil will run toward the front of the crank case and you will wind up leaving some of the old oil in the crank case.

  4. Great video, any specific reason why your using a NGK plug? What was your original plug brand and part number? I was given a TB115 550EX series, 9000 model with a Autolite plug which I think is incorrect?? But have no manual. At 6:34 I see resistor plug 692???

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