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How do I stop tearing the grass when I do a zero turn?

When doing a 180 degree turn on your Ferris mower, you will need to make sure both wheels continue to spin free. The reason the turf is tearing is because one of the wheels is locked in place. Read More

Can I use E85 Ethanol fuel in my Ferris?

No. Do not run Ethanol (E85) fuel in your Ferris mower. The engines are not designed to handle the different nature of that style fuel. Read More

Can I purchase my Ferris mower and/or parts direct from the factory?

Ferris Industries only sells through authorised Ferris dealers. The dealer is factory trained to set up your Ferris mower and perform any warranty work. Read More

What is the steepest hill I can cut with a zero turn?

We do not recommend that you traverse a hill with a larger grade than 15 degrees. The way you can check that you would be ok to mow a side hill would be to try and back up the hill. Read More

Is my warranty transferrable?

The Ferris factory commercial or residential warranty only applies to the original purchaser of the machine. The warranty is not transferable. Read More

What is the warranty on my new Ferris mower?

All new Ferris commercial lawnmowers carry a 2 year commercial or residential front to rear warranty on parts and labor. Belts, tires, brake pads, battery and blades carry a 90 day warranty. Read More

What oil do I use in my engine?

For the proper engine oil to run in your engine please refer to the original engine manufacturer. Read More

Why should I use genuine Ferris OEM parts?

All Ferris parts are built to the OEM specifications and carry a 90 day factory warranty if they are installed by an authorised Ferris dealer. Read More

Top 5 Mower Maintenance Tips

Learn how to do easy maintenance for your Ferris commercial mowers with these quick tips. You'll keep your fleet at top performance! Read More

What is the life expectancy of a Ferris mower?

The life of any Ferris mower depends on many different things. Read More