When choosing the right specs for your new mowing tractor, or replacing worn-out tires on an existing tractor, it’s important to select the right tires for your mowing application. Tires that are too big might rub on components. Tires that are too small might allow the frame to drag on the ground as you enter and exit a ditch. Some types of tires perform better than others. In this article, we look into important items to keep in mind during the selection process.
Power Place has been a family-owned and operated business for over 35 years. Gus & Janice Ottoson opened Power Place in 1983 and strive to be the best Outdoor Power Equipment dealer in Northern New Jersey. They rented a small building in Rockaway, NJ, and took on manufactures like Toro and Redmax. In 2007 Gus & Janice’s son Josh and daughter Sara joined the Power Place team. In 2009 Power Place acquired Haver’s Lawn Mower in Whitehouse Station, NJ, and took on John Deere as a full-line commercial dealer. Power Place now maintains both of these locations today.
Most people think all mower attachments are the same, but that couldn't be further from the truth. There is a wide range of cutting attachments that can be used with skid-steers, tractors, wheel loaders, and excavators, and each is designed to work best in specific situations. Two particularly popular types of Diamond Mowers cutting attachments are flail mowers and rotary mowers.
Diamond Mowers’ customer, Kyle Klinger, of Lake Tobias Wildlife Park, shared his experience with Diamond’s Tractor Attachments for vegetation management.
There are different blades compatible with tractor Rotary Mowers. Knowing your application will help determine what type of blade will work best for you.
Did you know that nearly 80% of all problems in hydraulic systems can be traced back to contaminated fluid? Maintaining a clean hydraulic system is of paramount importance for equipment long life and efficient operation.
The Polar Vortex has passed, and Spring will be here before we know it. For those of you in the roadside maintenance industry, it will soon be time to put away the snowplows and sanders and dust off the mowers and mulchers.
Equipment downtime is the bane of the vegetation management business. Below are some recommendations and tips to minimize downtime and maximize productivity.
A Preventative Maintenance Program can help you stay on top of maintenance, repairs, and parts replacements so you can prevent equipment failures.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. Following these 8 simple steps will keep your tractor’s repair costs down and keep your profit margins up.