Mow Perfectly For Years to Come

Ferris designs its commercial landscaping equipment to help you get more done with greater ease. To keep your Ferris working at its best it's essential to keep it properly maintained. 

There's no one better to maintain your Ferris zero turn mower than our Ferris trained technicians.


Why is servicing important?

Just like having your car serviced, it is important to have your Ferris zero turn serviced by a Ferris Trained Technician. Your Ferris may often work in hot and dusty conditions, so it is vital that the engine is serviced to ensure hassle free mowing. It is also vital that the mower deck and hydraulic components are properly serviced and maintained. To help preserve and maintain your new Ferris, make sure you follow the recommended service intervals outlined in your Ferris Service Schedule.


What's my service schedule?

Everyone’s mowing conditions can vary greatly, from lush thick green coastal grass to rough and tough paddock grass in rural areas. You should be servicing your Ferris zero turn based on either time or hours, whichever occurs first. The Ferris Service schedule is based on average conditions, additional servicing may be required in harsh conditions and there is no one better to plan your servicing requirement then you’re local Ferris Dealer.


What should you do

Ensure you have read the operators manual to understand how to operate your Ferris zero turn safely. It is important to check that all fluids are at their correct levels, belts and blades are in good condition, tyres are at correct pressures and visually check the general condition of your Ferris zero turn for safe operation before use.


How do I keep my Ferris in top working order?

Even with regular servicing, it’s a good idea to check the essentials at least once per month. Check and clean air filter(s), check and top up engine and transmission oil, inspect belt(s) condition and tension, check blades for damage and tension, check battery is secure and terminals are clean. For guidance on how to carry out maintenance checks, refer to your Operators Manual & Service Schedule Handbook or contact your Ferris Dealer


Where do I take my mower?

Ferris has a network of authorised Ferris Service Centres including our Ferris Dealer Network. Your Ferris Dealer employs trained and qualified Master Service Technicians. Using only genuine parts and consumables, your Ferris dealer can ensure the highest quality service every time.



Do I need genuine spare parts?

Ferris, Briggs & Stratton Genuine Parts are designed specifically for your Ferris, by using only Genuine parts ensures that your Ferris will continue operating as to its original specifications. Your Ferris zero turn deserves the best, so don’t compromise on safety or reliability by using none-genuine parts. Genuine Parts are covered by a one-year warranty.


What do I need to keep my mower running?

Using the correct lubricant and fluids in your Ferris mower is crucial, it’s the lifeblood of keeping your Ferris running to its optimum performance. Your Ferris is powered by a Briggs & Stratton engine and your local Ferris dealer has access to the full range of Briggs & Stratton Warranty Certified oil and consumables.


What are the details regarding my warranty?

Refer to your Warranty Hand Book for full terms and conditions. Ferris does not warrant parts fitted to your Ferris mowers that are not Genuine Ferris/Briggs & Stratton Parts.


How should I maintain my mower in colder weather?

The best way for your Ferris zero turn to end the season, is with a service from your local authorised Ferris Dealer. This will help to ensure your Ferris is ready for the first day of mowing, after not being used during the Winter months. It is also recommended that the Briggs & Stratton Advance Formula Fuel Treatment & Stabiliser, is added to the fuel tank between extended periods without use. By adding this to the fuel tank, will ensure the fuel and internal components stays fresh and are protected against water corrosion .


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