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  • 80/20 Talc and Graphite Blend: What You Need to Know

    80/20 Talc and Graphite Blend: What You Need to Know

    Posted in Blog on 4/19/2018
    Plain and simple, it has been a long winter season.  As the pressure increases to get into the fields this spring, it's easy to rush through setup when filling planters.  One step that shouldn't be skipped, is the addition of talc lubricant.

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  • Talk with a Tech: Belts

    Talk with a Tech: Belts

    Posted in Blog on 4/18/2018
    With spring finally, upon us, it's time to blow the dust off of equipment and make sure it is in top-notch shape to start tackling those early spring chores.  We recently sat down with our service technicians to discuss commonly overlooked issues that can cause trouble, especially during spring tune-up season.  From belts to dull blades our techs provided insight into making your machine run in top condition.

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  • What A Cold, Wet Early Spring Means for #Plant18

    What A Cold, Wet Early Spring Means for #Plant18

    Posted in Blog on 4/16/2018
    [Updated: 4/16] Last year, corn planting began this week south of our Mooresville location. Not this year. Soil temperatures remain at about freezing. Spring is just a little late this year. We would all rather have good planting conditions and good corn stands than the replant disaster that we experienced in 2017. Spring will come, and it will come quickly as May approaches. Hopefully, when spring arrives, it will stay and temperatures will stay warm.

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  • Never Drain Engine Oil Again with the Easy Change™ 30-Second Oil Change System

    Never Drain Engine Oil Again with the Easy Change™ 30-Second Oil Change System

    Posted in Blog on 4/2/2018
    John Deere launches the Easy Change™ 30-Second Oil Change System for quick and easy oil changes on select lawn tractors. With the new system, owners can change oil by simply twisting on a new cartridge that contains both the oil and the filter – no engine oil drainage needed.

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