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Cullins Service Wright Stand on Lawn Mower The Stander Intensity 36 inch First Day

Cullins Service Wright Stand on Lawn Mower The Stander I First Day

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Cullins Service Wright Stand on Lawn Mower The Stander Intensity 36 inch First Day

Cullins Service Wright Stand on Lawn Mower The Stander Intensity 36 inch First Day

  Cullins Service Wright Stand on Lawn Mower The Stander Intensity 36 inch First Day

Today we picked up our new Wright stand on mower from Cleaves co. in Needham Heights. We want to thank Paul for helping us out through the whole deal.

We named her Madison. As soon as we picked her up we went to our first property straight away. It happend to be our largest yard which was a good test for our new wright stander I. We are happy to say she too to it like a champ. She did great on wide open areas as well as inclines. She was able to go over small brick borders with ease. The trimming time was cut down because we were able to get into tighter spaces. The time spent mowing was also cut down.

Cullins Service Wright Stand on Lawn Mower The Stander I First Yard

Cullins Service Wright Stand on Lawn Mower The Stander I First Yard

The second yard Cullins Service went to had a fence surrounding the property, a small gate to get through in the front and a narrow alley leading  to the backyard. The wright stand on mower went right through the gate and up the ally with no problem. Second property test passed with no problem.

The third property we actually timed. You can see it in the video Cullins Service made (video below). 4 minutes and 42 seconds. Getting lawns mowed that quick and look that good is what it’s all about.

 

Cullins Service Wright Stand on Lawn Mower The Stander I pushing yard waste barrel

Cullins Service Wright Stand on Lawn Mower The Stander I pushing yard waste barrel

Very happy with our new Wright Stand On Stander I. The only problem we had was with the Accelerator Aluminum grass catcher. It was light which was great, but the dust was not cool. I had to customize it to cut down on the dust. I’ll put up galleries, blog and video of that later.

 

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Cullins Service Bush Trim and Cleanup Newton

Cullins Service Bush Trim and Cleanup Newton

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Cullins Service Finished Bush Trim and Cleanup Newton front view

Cullins Service Finished Bush Trim and Cleanup Newton front view

 

This was Cullins Service’s first visit to our new Newton property. We gave it a cleanup then Trimmed and shaped the bushes. There are many bushes on this property to trim. So there is a lot of trimming. We will be maintaining this property so we are going to mulch it and redo the strip of grass in the front. That will be for a another landscapig post.

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How to DIY Winterize / Store Walk Behind Lawn Mower Turf Beast for the winter

How to DIY Winterize Store Walk Behind Lawn Mower Turf Beast for the winter

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How to DIY Winterize / Store Walk Behind Lawn Mower Turf Beast for the winter

How to DIY Winterize / Store Walk Behind Lawn Mower Turf Beast for the winter

How to DIY Winterize / Store your Walk Behind Lawn Mower for the winter. How to Do It Yourself.

In order to service our customers properties Cullins Service has to maintain the equipment to do so. So we decided to show everyone how to do it yourself. Maintaining equipment is important to running a landscaping company. Knowing how to do it yourself will save you time and money.

When you are storing your equipment in this case a walk behind lawn mower, you have to store it properly. Cullins service will show you how.

 

What You will need

  • -Lawn Mower
  • -Motor Oil
  • -Grease / Grease Gun
  • -Drain pan
  • -Funnel
  • -Rags
  • -Scraper – Brush – Hose – Air Compressor
  • -Socket Wrench w/ Sockets and Torx Bit Socket
  • -Oil Filter Wrench
  • -Jack Stands
  • -Two (2) 15/16” box end wrenches
  • -Air Filter
  • -Oil Filter
  • -Fuel Filter
  • -Spark Plugs
  • -Fuel Stabilizer
  • -Fresh Gas (No more than 1-2 weeks old)
  • -Wrench
Cullins Service Walk Behind Store Winterize Changeing oil Filter

Cullins Service Walk Behind Store Winterize Changeing oil Filter

 

Not all Lawn Mowers are the same. This is for the 36 in. 22 HP Subaru EH65V Commercial Duty Dual Hydro Walk-Behind Finish-Cut Turf Mower with Floating Deck. Having said that you can pretty much apply this DIY Winterize / Store for Winter project to any Lawn Mower.

  1. Move the Lawn mower to a flat surface.
  2. Remove Gas
  3. Run Engine
  4. Safety First
  5. Remove Key
  6. Shut Off Fuel
  7. Remove Spark Plug Boots
  8. Clean Lawn Mower
  9. Check Bolts and Damaged Parts
  10. Change Oil
  11. Remove Oil Cap
  12. Remove Oil Drain Plug
  13. Drain Oil into Drain pan
  14. Reinstall Oil Drain Plug
  15. Remove Oil Filter
  16. Oil Filter Seal
  17. Install Oil Filter
  18. Fill Oil
  19. Put Oil Cap Back On
  20. Start Mower
  21. Check Oil Level
  22. Check Lawn Mower Blades and Clean Deck
  23. Lift the Deck
  24. Remove Lawn Mower Blade
  25. Inspect Lawn Mower Blade
  26. Sharpen Lawn Mower Blade
  27. Clean Deck
  28. Lubricate Blade Bolt
  29. Reinstall Lawn Mower Blade
  30. Lubricate / Grease
  31. Spark Plug
  32. Air Filter
  33. Remove Air Filter Housing
  34. Remove Air Filter Foam Cover
  35. Remove Air Filter
  36. Clean Carburetor Port
  37. Inspect Air Filter
  38. Fuel Filter
  39. Check Belts and Pulleys
  40. Remove Deck Cover
  41. Inspect Belts and Pulleys
  42. Check the Linkage
  43. Fuel Stabilizer
  44. Add Stabilizer
  45. Run Lawn Mower
  46. Remove Battery
  47. Close Fuel Valve
Cullins Service Walk ehind Store Winterize Air Filter

Cullins Service Walk ehind Store Winterize Air Filter

Check out the Full DIY article on How to DIY Winterize / Store Walk Behind Lawn Mower Turf Beast for the winter

 

 

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