Dixon has long been one of the leading names in commercial lawn mowing and landscaping, and that’s largely because the company tends to have a laser-like focus on speed, reliability, and great engine power behind the wheel. That commitment isn’t unique to commercial applications, however. Homeowners who check out the company’s Speed ZTR 42 mower will likely be impressed by its combination of great features, from its excellent speed to its operator comfort, intuitive controls, large cutting deck, and its Briggs & Stratton engine. When combined, these features make the Speed ZTR 42 one of the most formidable competitors among residential riding mowers for today’s homeowners. Continue reading
Few companies are as respected in the world of commercial and home landscaping as Dixon, and that’s generally because Dixon has a strong focus on creating products that are faster, more efficient, and easier to maintain than the competition. For homeowners with relatively small lawns and the need for a compact mower, this commitment can best be seen in the company’s Dixon Speed ZTR 30 riding mower. The equipment is highly compact, with a 30-inch cutting deck that is among the smallest on the market. Even so, that small cutting deck is paired with a solid transmission, a powerful engine, and plenty of other features that can make mowing overall a bit easier and less fatiguing for today’s homeowners.
With great features, a strong specification list, and a few great accessories, the Speed ZTR line of Dixon riding mowers is a strong contender for homeowners in need of new riding mower equipment that will last well into the future. Continue reading
Small adjustments and regular maintenance can help a Dixon Z-Drive transaxle system enjoy a long and useful life. Many of these adjustments are actually very quick and easy to execute, especially once the system has been removed from the power equipment in question and the steps needed for disassembly have been followed carefully. From roller adjustment to discup alignment, here’s a look at the easiest and most effective methods of maintenance for the Dixon Z-Drive transaxle system in any Dixon mower. Continue reading
While some adjustments to the Dixon Z-Drive transaxle equipment can be done after the system has been installed, or without removing it in the first place, the vast majority of maintenance routines and adjustments do require removal of the Z-Drive so that it can be more easily worked on and repaired. That means most homeowners will need to familiarize themselves with the reinstallation process after they’ve completed basic adjustments or time-sensitive repairs to the system. Generally, the Dixon owner’s manual recommends at least 25 minutes be set aside for a full installation procedure. In addition, there are some key tools that need to be on hand to make this process as efficient as possible. Continue reading
Replacement of the Dixon Z-Drive transaxle system’s drive cones and discups can be a pretty time-consuming process, even for those equipment owners who are familiar with the tools, parts, and steps necessary to complete the procedure in the quickest possible way. For those new to the system, though, these steps are worth reviewing before completing a full removal and replacement of either part within the Z-Drive. Here’s a look at how to do just that. Continue reading
Like any power equipment drive system, the Dixon Z-Drive transaxle occasionally requires maintenance or repairs that include the removal, disassembly, and reassembly of the entire system. For those who are not experienced with Dixon products or the Z-Drive system specifically, performing any of these tasks for the first time can be a bit challenging. With the right stools and a solid plan in place, however, maintenance and repairs can be made far more approachable and less stressful overall. Continue reading
For the first time in the history of the Dixon Company, a line of lawn tractors has been introduced. Keeping in mind the fact that the riding mowers are ignored in the market, the company started production with the aim to produce a good quality product that is easy to use, yet sturdy enough to get the job done. Created with attention to the smallest detail, these mowers will provide quality service to users.
The Dixon D22H46 made its debut in the spring of 2010, with an effort to shake things up in the conventional riding mower category. The Garden Series Tractors offers lots of standard features, plenty of power and is a reliable piece of machinery available at a very affordable price. It is an honest, down to earth garden tractor, with a factory fitted sleeve hitch and an electric deck life, which makes securing attachments not a struggle anymore.
There are a number of features most homeowners look for when purchasing a lawn tractor. A smooth ride, good performance, rugged durability, and low maintenance are all among the most popular requests. For those looking to have all of these features rolled into one effective lawn tractor, they should look no further than the Dixon D25KH48. This compact, hard-working lawn tractor is among the best in the industry providing a well cut lawn, all of the aforementioned features and then some. Continue reading
Dixon offers six different mowers in its Dixon Speed ZTR series. The Speed ZTR 30, 42, 42SE 46, 48SE and 54. Each of these mowers are well-designed and offer the same powerful sturdy construction and performance. The Dixon SpeedZTR series features a zero turn transaxle that takes the work out of mowing. The Dixon ride on mower featuring a zero turn transaxle became famous in 1974 after the company began selling the first ever zero-turn transaxle ride on mower. Continue reading
Owners and those considering the purchase of the Dixon ZTR Mowers may benefit from the following service tips and answers to some of the most commonly asked questions.
What type of gasoline should I use in my Dixon mower?
With the detrimental effects that ethanol is having on small engines today, we strongly recommend ethanol free fuel if it is available in your area. If it is not, then use a premium grade of fuel, preferably 92 octane or higher and add an ethanol fuel treatment like Star Tron to the fuel. Continue reading