Check here for answers to some of the questions most frequently asked by Land Pride customers.
The following are answers to some of the questions most frequently asked by Land Pride customers.
You need to grease your imput shaft. If this shaft is not greased well it can cease up and keep spinning, doing harm to the gearbox, chain and impeller.
You could have something caught in your chain. Inspect the chain to make sure nothing is caught in it.
Your ground speed may be too fast. The snow blower cannot take in that much snow, you need to slow you ground speed down.
You have 6 inches of adjustment forward.
The grass may be too wet. Also you may want to clean your deck out. Grass can collect under the deck not allowing the grass to discharge right.
Yes, you can adjust your deck lift assist springs to make it easier to lift and lower the deck.
Yes they are right to tighten and left to loosen.
Yes we have a bi-directional seed cups on the unit. Meaning you can go forward or backwards.
First, you will need to know the flow gpm of your power unit. Once you know this, refer to the Operator’s Manual for the motor requirements (manual can be found on Related Products Page below).
Any organic material grass, wood and up to 2” diameter material.
This is a check chain. It is designed to hook to the power unit to keep the mower height 18” and under from the ground height.
It varies with the gpm and pressure of the power unit and which one of the three motors that is on the unit. There is a charge located in the specifications page in the Operator’s Manual (manual can be found on Related Products Page below).
Without the front roller option, the front edge of the deck is 11-1/2" off the ground. With the front roller option, the front edge of the deck is 12" off the ground.
No, The SC40 Skid Cutter have a 5/8 plate with three free swing blades on it.
The maximum depth is 8".
Yes, there are 32 carbide teeth, and they are replaceable.
We offer two different output shafts. We have a 2 9/16" round and 2" hex shaft.
We offer two extensions, a 24" and 48" auger extensions in both hex and round shaft.
Yes, this unit is hydraulically reversible.
No, if you run that snow blower damage can occur to the motor from the wrong flow going through it.
Yes, not running in float will cause premature wear on the skid shoes.
There are three types. We offer a poly bristles, wire bristles, or poly/wire bristles.
The poly bristles are more gentle on the surface. The wire or steel bristles are for the stubborn caked on areas.
30 Degrees left or right.
There is 6" spacing between the tines.
Maximum jaw opening is 50 inches.
The maximum jaw opening is 37".
No the grapple claws are two cylinder independent. Which means if one claw stops on an object the other claw will go till it touches an object in the bucket.
No the top jaw requires weldments that are not on the bucket model.
The jaw will open up to 40".
Yes, spikes can be removed depending on bale weight and size, max of 500 lbs. per spike.
Yes you can replace the spears if one happens to bend.
Maximum jaw opening is 40-1/2".
Maximum jaw opening is 39-1/2".
Maximum opening of the clamshell is 33".
The counterbalance valve prevents hydraulic bleed-off and improves cylinder control.
You may need to add some grease to the carrying bar to help the fork slide better.
Your locking pin handle is not engaged in locking groove. Position locking pins over locking grooves on carrying bar and rotate locking handle down to engage locking pin.
You have the options of a steel or poly replaceable cutting edge.
Yes the angle cylinder on the TB25 can move the blade side to side as you move.
You can get a 10" maximum tree in the jaw of the STP15 and STP25.
No, the STP15 is rated for 30-65 HP. Putting it on a bigger machine will damage the frame.
The SR27 will angle 20 degrees to the left or right.
No, the SRF27 has a different frame then the SR27.
Be sure you are running in float. Not doing so can cause uneven wear on the skid shoes.
Yes, the blade height adjustment can be higher on one side to do a crownG25
First, you will need to know the flow gpm of your power unit. Once you know this, refer to the Operator's Manual for the motor requirements.
Yes, we offer different sizes. We have 24", 30", and 36".
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