How To Get More From Your Mower This Winter
Posted on:Sep 30, 2019
The weather is cooling down and the days are getting shorter. Soon, many of your friends and neighbors will winterize their mowers and put them in hibernation until spring. But for Grasshopper owners, winter is simply a season to use your mower in a new way.
For those that get a ton of snow, what you’re about to read could be a game-changer this winter. Grasshopper manufactures specialized implements to make snow removal effortless, and you’ve got options: Cleansweep™ Rotary Brooms to sweep snow away, DriftBuster™ Snow Throwers that shoot snow up to 30 feet away, plus Little Bully™ Dozer Blades and the V-Plow that push snow to either side, making a clear path.
Add a fully enclosed winter cab with LED lights, tempered-glass windows and an electric windshield wiper so you stay warm and dry. Grasshopper also makes a 16,000 BTU heater, a floor heater to keep your feet warm, and tire chains to get traction so you maintain traction even in slippery conditions.
Best of all, Grasshopper mowers are engineered to deliver the same amount of productivity, power and maneuverability in grass or snow. Snow implements simply transform your Grasshopper from a zero-turn mower to a zero-turn snow mover. That way, you don’t have to compromise on productivity—no matter what the weather happens to be.
Contact your local dealer and find out for yourself.