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TAG: mower maintenance

Maintenance Shop: How to keep your fleet mowing

May 14, 2021By
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Various mowing experts share their tips for landscape pros to keep zero-turn mowers running their best during this busy season. read more

How to service zero-turn mowers

October 12, 2020By
Person servicing mower (Photo: Froio Lawn & Landscape)

Green industry professionals provide several tips for landscapers to follow to keep their fleet of zero-turn mowers running smoothly. read more

Maintenance mode

April 29, 2020By
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Experts give preventive maintenance advice so landscape professionals can get up and running quickly and efficiently when the time comes. read more

In-house maintenance musts

April 1, 2019By
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Grease-stained hands, deflated tires and broken belts are just a few images that come to mind when discussing mower maintenance. For many landscape companies, mower maintenance amounts to much more. “Mowers are the most important piece of equipment for a company,” says Marc Fisher, mid-Atlantic region general manager for BrightView Landscape Services in Sterling, Va. “You want to reduce downtime... read more

Step by Step: Tips for routine mower maintenance

January 8, 2018By
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It’s important for contractors to perform regular maintenance on mowers to ensure their machines perform at peak levels for as long as possible. Routine mower maintenance is also a good way to identify minor issues that can be repaired quickly and inexpensively before they become major problems. There are a number of regular maintenance items that should be performed on... read more

John Deere shares mower service tips

June 15, 2016By

With landscape professionals on the cusp of summer, John Deere offered a refresher on how to keep tabs on key mower service intervals. The breakdown, per hour intervals, is as follows. Zero hours (brand new machine): Check and tighten wheel hardware. Also, change the engine oil and filter. Every 50 hours: Take a 10-minute break to ensure your machine stays... read more