No, the engine manufacturer is responsible for your engine warranty.
Wheeled Buggies – On the back side of the machine just above the standing platform, centered on rear frame. Tracked Buggies – On the back lower left side of the machine, just inside of the gas tank on rear frame.
While there are many other buggy options out there that work, LHD’s buggies offer many advantages that not only improve productivity but also lowers downtime. Please visit each machine or contact us for further information.
Contact your local servicing engine dealer for assistance. Have your engine model number available when you contact the dealer. If you can’t locate a dealer in your area, contact the manufacturer’s at the number or website links below.
Briggs and Stratton
Power washing is the easiest way to clean your buggy. Please be careful, as some components can be damaged during power washing.
Please follow these guidelines: Bearings and bushings should not be sprayed directly with water. If they are accidentally sprayed, make sure they are greased or re-lubricated to prevent seizing or premature failure. Engines: While engines for the most part are sealed, there are certain components that should not be sprayed directly with a power washer. Keep water away from the air cleaner, muffler, recoil start, fuel tank cap area and electrical components. Never wash an engine when hot, the sudden temperature change could be damaging to the engine block, exhaust and electrical components.