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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Exmarkboy13, May 5, 2012.
And, what are you doing with that big job in the woods?
Also, nice equipment
Woah...some mowers have parts with recommended daily (8 hour) grease points and many have recommended intervals of 25 to 200 hours depending on the particular component. It really depends on the mower make/model.
thats true (walker), but for his scag, its usually a 50 - 100 hour interval.
My Exmark Turf Tracer HP needs daily grease of the front caster "bearings" and front caster wheels. The front caster bearings are really just bushings and go dry quickly. Greasable spindles are another grease point that may need pretty frequent attention, especially older/worn ones. Levers and such are less critical.
i know, but i was talking about his particular scag. Thank you
OK, sorry. I took it more generally and didn't want people to take your word as gospel and not check their manual to see what their maintenance schedule should be.
I realllly like that deere walkbehind!! how is it?
i love that one. very happy with it. wish they still made the walkbehinds with 7 iron decks.
i wanna get a 36 Deere wb and a walker.... but im far away from that... Also a 14yo here...