Pulled my mower out the other day to get it ready for spring - and noticed the oil had that chocolate milk look to it.
I know WHAT it means, and understand to a degree the why - but how do I prevent it going forward?
Machine has only 12 hours on it - I don’t have a huge yard, so I get that it doesn’t get a good workout to potentially burn off all the moisture. But why am I getting it in the first place - air cooled engine and garaged in a climate where humidity isn’t a big deal.
Obviously, can just change the oil more frequently than once a year. Still just doesn’t seem right that so much moisture should be building up in the oil does it? Guess I’ll try running it at higher revs and drain/see what it looks like after 5 cuts to see if that helps. Any other thoughts..