Spring Prep

Good morning. Now is the time to have your equipment ready to go for spring. I would check some of the following. It is cost effective to service now versus downtime and sending out a road mechanic,

Battery-Check charge and connections

Fluids-Check Coolants and all oils.

Complete walk-around to look for hydraulic and oil leaks. Also any loose wires or worn parts that need to be replaced.

Couplers-Check all quick couplers and extra hydraulics.

Good luck and have a great year!

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