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How to clean your ATV Flail Mower

Siromer sells over 100 flail mowers a year, with their high spec opening back and side shift.

Maintaining your ATV flail mower is crucial for optimal performance.

Regularly check and lubricate moving parts and inspect blades for wear.

Clean the debris after each use and store the mower in a dry place to prevent rust.

Clean the air filter of the ATV flail mower correctly. The air filter of atv flail mower can prevent dirt, dust, and debris from entering the carburetor and engine. Replace the pleated paper air filter regularly. You can clean the foam air filter with hot water and a small amount of detergent, air dry it, and then soak it with new engine oil and reinstall it.

The engine oil should be replaced at least once every 25 hours of operation or every mowing season.

Use a degreaser to remove oil stains. Spray high-quality brand degreaser on the oil stain. Leave the degreaser on the stain for 10 to 15 minutes, then wipe it off with a clean cloth, and then rinse everything off with a hose.

Regularly check the tyre pressure of the ATV flail mower. If the ATV flail mower has pneumatic tires, please use the tyre pressure gauge to ensure that their tire pressures are consistent. Generally speaking, tyres with different pressures will cause uneven or poor grass cutting.

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