As your customers bring in their Walker Mowers for spring service, remember when estimating a Walker, it is good practice to:
- Separate the components, such as deck, body, drive system, engine and the grass handling system. Write down all work and parts necessary so that there are no surprises when the work is done.
- Check for growling and/or worn pulleys, screeching belts, gear box bearings, and most important, safety switches.
- Also, check engine compression and do a leak down test to find out how strong the engine is. Doing this will help you thoroughly service your customer’s Walker properly.
Going through this servicing checklist will ensure your customers have a strong cutting season with minimal breakdowns.