Recreational generators are some of the smallest and most versatile generators on the market, designed to easily accompany their owners through a wide variety of situations. most often, these generators are used to supply power to an RV or motorhome during camping vacations. In other cases, they might supply limited power to light up outdoor sports games or make a small hunting lodge more enjoyable during the coldest months of the year. Continue reading
When it comes to converting fuel into actual energy, few parts within a Honda mower are as essential as the carburetor. This key piece of equipment is responsible for taking in gasoline from the fuel tank, turning it into vapor, and then feeding it into the engine and moving parts that require energy in order to operate. Without a properly functioning carburetor, mower owners will find it nearly impossible to start their equipment, much less use it in any meaningful way. This kind of dilemma makes it pretty clear that proper maintenance and service of the carburetor is a key aspect of long-term usability and dependability during the spring and summer months. Continue reading
When the time has come to buy new parts for an existing model of Honda power equipment, consumers face no shortage of options online to meet their needs. The problem with many of those options, though, is that they simply don’t offer the same convenience and quality as consumers will find with an official Honda dealer. Many websites specialize more in a “race to the bottom” for prices and off-brand parts, instead of specializing in official parts, high quality, and a long-term investment in new parts that will serve consumers the best. Continue reading
The Honda brand name is synonymous with quality and durability, and Honda Snowblowers are no exception. However, due to the grueling conditions that a snowblower must perform under, from time to time, your Honda Snowblower will need to have parts replaced. At this time you will be faced with a choice: to purchase OEM parts or aftermarket parts. The choice between OEM parts and aftermarket parts for your outdoor power equipment is easy, once you know the difference between the two.