Gather what you need First gather your tools and equipment. You will need a power drill eye protection work gloves and a blade sharpening kit. The kit should come with a ceramic blade sharpener and balancer. Expect to pay about $8 for the kit at your local hardware store. You will also need a torque wrench (or a socket wrench in a pinch) and a wooden block. Consider having a rubber mallet on hand too.
The reviewer at The Wirecutter said This Honda is in a class of its own. He was impressed with how the mower cut grass into smaller pieces with its double-blade design. And he found the Versamow system incredibly helpful. However the reviewer that it was tedious to adjust each wheel when he wanted to change the cutting height.
Other items and supplies include a plastic drip tray motor oil and a container for waste oil. Often a large piece of cardboard is useful as well an old rag or cloth. Also know that this guide deals with push or self-propelled mowers not riding mowers. While some advice here applies they are another animal altogether.