What spark plug goes in a Mantis Tiller?

What spark plug goes in a Mantis Tiller?

What spark plug goes in a Mantis Tiller?

NGK Spark Plug
Shop Mantis Tiller Spark Plug Parts NGK Spark Plug (BPM8Y). The spark plug ignites the fuel and air mixture in the engine’s cylinder to power the engine. If the spark plug is has fouled (if the tip of the spark plug is burnt or damaged), the engine may not start or may run rough.

Are echo and Mantis Tillers the same?

Will these tines fit and work well on an echo tc-210? as you may know echo makes the mantis tiller. Answer: Yes the 1622 tilling/cultivating tines are compatible with your Echo TC-210.

Is BPMR8Y the same as BPM8Y?

NGK Spark Plug – BPMR8Y Replaces Std NGK BPM8Y. Which is important when putting plugs in a car with a radio which may pick up radio frequency interference noise from a non resistor type spark plug.

What kind of spark plug does a mantis Tiller use?

Mantis Tiller Spark Plug. NGK Spark Plug (BPM8Y). The spark plug ignites the fuel and air mixture in the engine’s cylinder to power the engine. If the spark plug is has fouled (if the tip of the spark plug is burnt or damaged), the engine may not start or may run rough.

How do you empty the fuel tank on a mantis Tiller?

Once the fuel tank is empty, push the primer bulb on your tiller 7 or 8 times to clear out any fuel in the carburetor. Empty the fuel tank again. Next, mix fresh fuel in the correct ratio and fill the fuel tank.

What happens if you burn the spark plug on a tiller?

The spark plug ignites the fuel and air mixture in the engine’s cylinder to power the engine. If the spark plug is has fouled (if the tip of the spark plug is burnt or damaged), the engine may not start or may run rough. Looking for parts? RepairClinic.com has the appliance parts, lawn equipment parts and heating/cooling parts you need!

What’s the minimum cord gauge for a mantis Tiller?

Based on the total length of cord that you are going to use, check the chart below to make sure the cord meets the correct minimum cord gauge (AWG) requirements. IMPORTANT NOTE: Using an undersized cord, a larger number cord gauge (AWG) than recommended in the chart, will cause a loss in power and overheating of the tiller.