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Are there different seat options available for zero turns?

The Ferris IS® 5100Z series of diesel powered zero-turn mowers features an impressive complement of comfort, performance and convenience. Read More »

Are trailer hitches available for zero turns?

Ferris Industries offers a trailer hitch kit for the IS500Z, 1000Z, IS1000Z, IS1500Z, IS2500Z, IS2000Z, IS3100Z, IS5100Z series mowers. Read More »

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

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

Can I run E85 (ethanol) fuel in my mower?

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 »

Do I have to take my Ferris back to the dealer that I purchased it from?

You do not have to take your Ferris mower back to the same dealer you originally purchased it from. Any authorized Ferris dealer can perform warranty work for you. Read More »

How can I get a parts breakdown and an operator’s manual

You can find them under the Tech Support tab on the main page of our website under parts and operators manuals. Read More »

How do I become a Ferris authorized dealer?

For information on becoming part of our Ferris team fill out the “Become a Dealer” request form. Read More »

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 »

How often should I grease my Ferris mower?

Depending on the amount of use the Ferris mower gets will dictate the amount of grease you will need. The spindles and caster wheels are generally the most often greased. Read More »

My Ferris does not track straight when both sticks are pushed all the way ...

Not every Ferris mower will track perfectly straight when both sticks are pushed all of the way forward. There are several variables that will play into the way the mower will track when the sticks are in the full forward position. Read More »