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Masport President 3000

Masport President 3000 Questions & Answers

3000 ST S19 Combo Mow n Stow, 3000AL 3'n1 (190cc), 3000 AL S18 Combo Mow n Stow, etc...
3.5 from 20 reviews

5 questions from our users

Erin B.

Erin B.asked

President 3000

What size blades are required

1 answer
Wozza
Wozza

Hi Erin,
I have no idea of what size the blades are, but it is the Masport Quadcut Blade Disc System with 4 blades

Kyme L

Kyme Lasked

President 3000 ST S19 Combo SP

What replaces the president 3000st 19 now that it is superseded

No answers
ush

ushasked

President 3000 ST S19 Combo SP

My mower which was purchased literally a month ago, and I have mowed only once does not start? I have checked the filter, spark plugs and everything is clean, so I am surprised at this..

2 answers
Philharmonic
Philharmonic

I have now experienced my first issue. The front axel needs replacement. It's in the shop waiting parts. Unit still starting and mowing well.

Gary B
Gary B

I have had my new Masport mower for a few months and have had no issues. It does however require a decent pull on the starter cord to make it start first go.

ush

ushasked

President 3000 ST S19 Combo SP

what petrol do we use for the self-propelled 3000ST?

1 answer
Philharmonic
Philharmonic

Standard unleaded. Not premium not E10.

Fox

Foxasked

President 3000

Which Masport / B&S engines have steel sleeved cylinders?
Graham

2 answers
Mike
Mike

Look for the label that has "I/C " on engines it means industrial and commercial these engines are of a stronger build compared to domestic or homeowner engines ie the entry level
Just a tip when you get any engines for mowers run it for 1 hour and change oil when hot then next change at 5 hrs then every 25 hours after that- that first hour oil change really cleans the internals of the engine from that day onwards

Fox
Fox

Unfortunately I was hoping for a mower model description, as I am wishing to purchase a new machine.
Thanks for your effort/response

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