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Ariens Auto-Turn Steering – So Easy Your Grandma Could Do It!

Posted January 2, 2014 by 3 Comments

Push around a 250 pound snow blower for half an hour and you might break a sweat.

Then add 12+ inches of snow to the equation, and you can count on getting one heck of a workout.

But Ariens Company has a solution to make these heavyweight machines less intimidating. Auto-Turn Steering Technology.

It’s so easy, your grandma could do it! Learn how Auto-Turn Steering works.

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Spreading Road Salt

The Magic Behind Road Salt — How it Really Works

Posted December 11, 2013 by 3 Comments

Big bad four-wheel drive! It won’t help you on a sheet of ice.

For some, the only confidence booster they need is to see the flashing lights of a salt truck passing down the road.

Some states do it better than others, but once that salt hits the ground, the magic begins.

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Lawn Mower Storage Mistakes Exposed

5 Lawn Mower Storage Mistakes EXPOSED

Posted November 5, 2013 by 24 Comments

Do you want your old trusty mower to start back up in the spring, after several months in hibernation? Then properly preparing it for winter storage is crucial.

Otherwise, you might as well throw a new mower on your Christmas list, and hope Santa won’t charge you for delivery after making these naughty mistakes.

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Ariens Replace Shear Bolt

How To Replace a Shear Pin on an Ariens Snow Blower

Posted November 4, 2013 by

Watch our video on how to replace a broken shear pin on an Ariens two stage snow blower.

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Feel the Vibrations - HAVS

Feel the Vibrations?

Posted October 8, 2013 by 1 Comment

Your hand begins to feel numb, like it’s falling asleep. Then comes a shocking sensation, like a hundred stingers piercing your fingers at once.

Unless you just cut down a tree with a beehive, the tingling pain in your hand and fingers could be caused by the vibrations from your chainsaw.

Do you feel the vibrations?

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Where to find ethanol free gas

Going the Extra Mile for Ethanol-Free Gas

Posted September 9, 2013 by 7 Comments

How far will you go to find Ethanol-Free gas? 5, 10, 20 miles, or all the way to Alaska?

The hunt is on! Maybe a gas station supplying ethanol-free fuel is right around the corner.

Find the closest one near you!

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Ethanol Damage Up Close

See Ethanol Damage UP CLOSE!

Posted August 12, 2013 by 32 Comments

All this talk about ethanol and bad gas leaves many homeowners and landscapers constantly worried about refueling their power equipment.

Repair shops know it all too well, how ethanol and stale gas affects your equipment. They’re seeing the damage every day.

But for those who want to see it to believe it, here’s your chance. Check out the effects of ethanol up close!

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Honda Mean Mower

0 – 60 in 4 Seconds! Honda’s Mean Mower

Posted July 22, 2013 by 1 Comment

With the horsepower of a small compact car (109 hp), Honda U.K.’s Mean Mower is the fastest lawn tractor on earth!

But the estimated 130 mph top speed is not just for show. This mower can still cut! That’s right. It’s equipped with a mower deck capable of cutting grass while cruising up to 15 mph.

Race track lawn striping, anyone?

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Replacing a Husqvarna Lawn Mower Air FIlter

Replacing the Air Filter on a Husqvarna Lawn Mower (Video)

Posted July 19, 2013 by

Replacing a dirty or damaged air filter will prevent dust, dirt and debris from entering the carburetor and internal parts of your engine, prolonging the life of your engine.

This video shows you how to easily replace the air filter on a Husqvarna walk behind lawn mower.

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How to Use a Blade Lock Tool

How to Use a Blade Lock Tool (Video)

Posted July 19, 2013 by

The safest way to remove the blade on your lawn mower is to use a blade lock tool.

This device easily clamps onto the side of the mower deck to prevent the blade from slipping and rotating as you remove and install a new mower blade. This video shows you how a blade lock tool works.

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