Winter Seasonal Changes-Proper Maintenance & Operation of Kubota Tractors
Updated: Aug 3, 2020
FIT FOR PURPOSE
If you have a smallholding and you are looking to do some winter maintenance to your land do not get caught out by the weather. whether you have the right tractor equipment for the job or not, all compact tractors need a little TLC. Just like yourself, warm up nicely with a nice cuppa... Start your Kubota's day by warming up and checking your fluid levels...
SETTING THE STANDARD FOR RELIABILITY, PERFORMANCE AND VERSATILITY
With machines ranging from 18.0 to 168.0 horsepower, Kubota has the tractor you need to get the job done. And they prove their worth even on your most difficult days. No matter the size of the project, whether you’re moving tons of earth or just cutting your lawn, Kubota will never let you down. And we have some tips for continuing that performance over the coming months!
IS YOUR KUBOTA TRACTOR READY FOR WINTER?
With seasonal change, your reliable Kubota compact tractor faces a new set of demands. Winter offers a new set of challenges for your equipment, and you. Changes in temperature and less frequent use chief among them. But, with proper maintenance you can keep your small tractor ready to perform all winter long. Whether you have a wood chipper, log splitter; using a backhoe or hedge cutting your small tractor is the work horse.
STEP ONE: GET TO KNOW YOUR MACHINE
Familiarize yourself with your model specific recommendations in your tractor’s operator’s manual. This is the first place to look whenever you have questions about your Kubota. If you no longer have or can’t find your Kubota operator’s manual, you can order a replacement here.