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Keeping a well-manicured lawn is a point of pride for many homeowners. Companion riding mower and tractor parts ensure this weekend chore is completed quickly, leaving time for more relaxing pursuits. Uneven cuts can be an eyesore and are a common problem that arises as a riding mower or lawn tractor ages. These repairs can even-out the cut and get your lawn back into shape.


Replace the Blades

Riding mower and lawn tractor blades can become bent or damaged when striking objects such as rocks in the lawn. Blades are essential riding mower parts when it comes to maintaining an even cut, so they require constant upkeep or even replacement if they are damaged or bent. Access a dulled blade by removing the mower deck and flipping it over. Remove the bolt attaching the blade to the mandrel assembly, and install the new blade.


Replace the Mandrel Assembly

A malfunctioning mandrel assembly can affect blade movement and contribute to uneven grass cutting. Checking the mandrel assembly for problems is a lawn tractor repair help tip that can keep your lawn tractor running smoothly. Remove the mower deck, and inspect the mandrel assembly for damage. If damage is observed, remove the blade and replace the mandrel assembly.


Tune Up the Engine

Regular maintenance is essential for smooth riding mower and lawn tractor operation. Replace the engine oil, filters and spark plugs periodically, and inspect the ignition, carburetor and battery. Examine the throttle and choke controls, and clean the engine cooling fins to get the best cut out of your equipment.


Sears PartsDirect offers a variety of Companion riding mower and tractor parts to assist you in maintaining and repairing your equipment. To keep your Companion riding mower or lawn tractor operating at maximum efficiency, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.