Ready to Mow serviceAt P&K Equipment, we are proud of our reputation as an industry leader in providing customers with service and product support. We continue to strive to achieve even higher levels of service for our customers. We are a full-service shop, offering repairs and maintenance on the complete line of John Deere products.

We have a fleet of mobile vehicles which allow us to better serve our customers at their convenience- at your farm, place of business, or your home.

For our commercial and lawn and garden customer in the Oklahoma City and Tulsa metro areas, our Norman and Owasso locations offer a "Ready to Mow" mobile service program, where we come to you to provide routine maintenance and small repair items on your machine. Call us today to schedule your maintenance.

 

DIY Maintenance Tips & Videos

Prevent costly maintenance issues in the future... check out these easy-to-follow tips to keep your lawn mower running smoothly!

Check your filters often.

Air & oil filters are the life of your engine.  Check them often.  Depending on mowing conditions, they may require more frequent changing than factory-recommended intervals.   

Air Filter Maintenance      

Oil & Lubrication Maintenance

Keep the belt area clean.

It is important to keep the areas clean where the belt runs.  This will prevent sticks and debris from damaging the belt. 

Clean the deck.

Keeping the deck clean of debris can ensure a clean cut, and overtime it will extend the life of your mower.   

Removing & Attaching Your Mower Deck   

Mower Deck Maintenance

Air is better than water. 

When it comes to cleaning the mower, air is better than water.  Using a leafblower or air compressor is ideal.  Long term water usage can cause bearings, bolts, and nuts to rust and fail. 

Fuel quality is vital. 

The smaller the engine, the more sensitive it is.  It is important to keep the fuel fresh, to check for contaminants and moisture, and to regularly maintain your fuel filter.    

Fuel Filter Maintenance

Check your tire pressure. 

One of the most common causes of uneven grass cutting is tire pressure.  A soft tire will allow the deck to dip and dig into the grass, causing an uneven cut.   

Sharpen your blades.

Dull blades can actually tear the grass, instead of leaving a clean cut.  This affects not only the overall appearance of your lawn, but also the health of it.

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