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6 John Deere Riding Mower Maintenance Videos to Stay Running this Spring

March 20, 2014

Today marks the first day of spring, so we figured there would be no better way to welcome back the warming temperatures and the sound of tweeting birds than a post surrounding lawn care. The warmer temperatures and sunshine bring back the opportunity to step out onto the lawn, cut the grass, and complete other spring-related projects around the yard.

John Deere 100 Series Riding Mower

However, failure to properly look after your riding mower can quickly put a damper on this process. That’s why we have taken the time to share six John Deere riding mower maintenance videos to ensure your machine stays running smoothly or gets back on the lawn in a timely manner following any issue.

Revitalizing Your Lawn with 5 Fall Lawn Renovation Steps

October 7, 2013

Several parts of the United States experienced some fairly severe heat waves this summer. While the conditions thankfully didn’t match those of 2012, which was drought filled, many lawns likely burned out or were damaged by natural occurrences such as hot weather, lawn diseases, or insects.

As fall approaches, it brings along with it a perfect opportunity for those who’ve experienced damaged lawns to repair those areas and prepare their grass for a green-filled spring season. Favorable fall weather conditions paired with a lack of weed presence offer the ideal time to perform a lawn renovation. Let’s walk though a few tips that we believe are critical to bringing your lawn back to life.

10 John Deere Lawn Tractor Parts to Keep Your Machine Running like a Deere

August 27, 2013

Maintaining a healthy lawn calls for a mower that’s up to the task and fully equipped with fresh, working parts. John Deere lawn tractor parts are an essential part of the overall healthy lawn mix; without them, time in the yard may be wasted. So, make sure you have all of the below parts as you groom your lawn on your Deere lawn tractor.

John Deere lawn tractors

1. Belts: From traction, deck, and wheel drive belts, to fan belts, synchronous, and V-belts, Deere belts contain strong material that prevent stretching and roll over. As a result, consistent power and smooth engagement are transferred to needed parts of the tractor.