Is your lawn mower ready for the cutting season this year? Are the blades sharp and the tune-up done?
Getting your lawn mower in shape for the year ahead is very important to it working for you year round. In our area, a riding lawn mower gets more use because we do not just cut our grass seasonally like most of the country. We cut it all year long and it puts a lot of hours on our mowers.
If your Cub Cadet Riding Lawn Mower is worn out, maybe it is time for a new one? Check out this Cub Cadet XT1 Enduro Series Kohler Hydrostatic Gas Front-Engine Riding Mower (Lt 42 In. 18 Hp)
The important thing is to make sure your Cub Cadet riding lawn mower is tuned up and ready to go. This also will help prevent many breakdowns that can happen. When you inspect your lawn mower, pay attention to the drive and deck belts to see if they are cracked or show signs of wear such as they seat deep in the pulleys.
Check over the entire machine to see if there is anything broken or missing. Parts wear out so look for loose items or move beyond what they should. Any bad noises such as a belt squealing or a pulley chirping is a sign that it needs to be looked at.
When you need Cub Cadet Riding Lawn Mower Repair in San Diego CA, call our shop or bring it by today!