Can you sense it? Spring is in the air, and we're officially changing over from our snow to our lawn and garden mindset. As the seasons change, you may have questions about storing your Ariens Sno-Thro and readying your Ariens lawn and garden equipment. Use our Changing of the Guard checklist to ensure that you're taking the proper steps for your equipment.
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Ariens® Max Zoom® Series puts commercial-grade mowing power and durability in the hands of the residential consumer. Purchase one in April 2016, and you'll receive a $200 rebate at authorized Ariens dealers.
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The fully-welded, tubular steel frame sets the Max Zoom apart from its competition. While other residential mowers incorporate multi-piece frames, the Max Zoom is built on a single piece — welded at every joint for added long-lasting strength and stability.
A commercial-style, 10-gauge steel deck adds reliability and strength. Designed with reinforced cast-iron spindles, a three-eighth-inch reinforced leading edge and a four-point professional deck hanging system, operators can get a professional cut with this residential zero-turn.
The machine features a Hydro-Gear® ZT-3100 transmission, designed for high performance and commercial quality, for increased torque and load capacity with less vibration and better control. Coupled with a 22, 23, or 25 horsepower KOHLER® 7000 Pro Twin or Twin engine, depending on the model, the Max Zoom can tackle grass at up to 8mph with unmatched power
With nine cutting positions, ranging from one inch to five inches, every job can be done with precision. Enhancements like fully-adjustable control arms with three positions and a six-gallon fuel capacity mean operators can get the job done comfortably and quickly. Available with a 48-, 52- or 60-inch deck, the Max Zoom can tackle any residential job with commercial quality. For more information, visit www.ariens.com.
This month, in partnership with the National Association of Landscape Professionals, Ariens is working to help promote National Lawn Care Month. Having and taking care of your home's outdoor space can lead to lasting benefits, but did you know that it can have environmental impacts, too? Read below to find out how taking care of your lawn can help take care of the Earth.
Want to know more? Visit
loveyourlandscape.org to learn about how you can help raise awareness for National Lawn Care Month!