Find Your Part
DR Mower will help you with a parts lookup! Email your information to email@example.com along with your contact info and we'll do our best to ensure you get the right part for your unit. During business hours, you can also call the shop at 403 932-9984.
Don't want to wait?
This page provides links that will help you find your part on your own. If you need a part that goes on your outdoor power equipment, you'll need the model and serial number off the unit. On lawnmowers, that is usually a plate on the mower deck.
If you need an engine part, you'll need the engine model and serial numbers, also referred to as 'model, type, and code.' This could be in a variety of places including the blower housing, valve cover, on OHVs, or on the block.
Check out these links for engine manufacturers as a starting place to find your part.
Briggs and Stratton Engine Parts: https://www.briggsandstratton.com/na/en_us/support/manuals.html
Kohler Engines: https://power.kohler.com/na-en/engines/manuals
Kawasaki Engines: http://kmcb2c.econnect.partsandwarranty.com/kmcb2c/main.jsp
Honda Engines: http://peparts.honda.com/engines#/serial
Tecumseh Engines: https://www.tecumsehpartstore.com/
The most common question I'm asked is to do parts look ups for Sears Craftsman tractors and lawn mowers. I've written a blog post on searching for your parts diagrams for Canadian Sears Craftsman tractors: https://drmower.ca/blogs/news/sears-craftsman-lawn-mower-and-lawn-tractor-manuals
Toro has one of the best websites in the business for finding parts breakdowns. The Toro Master Parts Viewer requires just your model number to get you started.
We're always on the hunt for John Deere parts and the John Deere Parts Catalogue is a great resource. Keep an eye out for deck sizes - it can be a bit daunting to use until you figure out the drop down system - I usually start with the pictoral link