Do This, Not That for Your Landscape Business this Winter
Jan 20, 2021
Take care of your equipment so your equipment can take care of you' is a saying that particularly resonates with anyone who owns, or who has owned, a tractor of any size. For all of their power, features and ability to work long hours doing all of your hard, dirty work, tractors require regular maintenance to stay operating in tip-top shape.
From giving your tractor a thorough cleaning to wash away built up dirt, grass and other substances, to checking your fluids, air filter, tire pressure and everything in between, preparing your tractor for the onset of winter is one of the most important things you can do for its long-term performance.
And if you're like Mike Morgan of Outdoors with the Morgans, who plans to operate his tractors throughout the cold season, a little tractor TLC will go a long way in making sure your equipment is ready to handle the elements while getting the job done.
Check out the video below as Mike get his BX23S sub-compact tractor ready for winter.