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Z-Spray Sprayers

Z-Spray Sprayers

When it comes to commercial sprayers, one size doesn’t fit all which is why Z-Spray has a complete line of zero turn sprayers to meet the needs of lawn care professionals. The zero turn maneuverability makes tight, challenging areas simple to navigate. Z-Spray commercial sprayers are built to handle the challenges of the properties you service. Continue reading to learn more about Z-Spray’s new sprayers.

Z-Spray Max

The ZS5260 and ZS5260XL feature a 320 lb. granular fertilizer capacity and a 60-gallon liquid capacity. These are the largest and most productive sprayers, large enough to tackle large commercial properties, and can quickly and efficiently handle residential properties.

With the patented locking caster system, these sprayers have superior hill side stability. These Max sprayers are also constructed using durable, non-corrosive, stainless steel materials for a longer life span.

Features and Benefits:

  • 16 hp Commercial V-Twin electric start engine
  • Fuel Capacity – 5 gallons
  • Top Ground Speed – 8 mph
  • Digital speedometer for accurate calibration
  • Patented locking caster system
  • Multiple attachments available

Z-Spray Junior 36

The ZS3624 is a 36-inch junior sprayer, narrow enough to fit through a 36-inch gate and operate in gated communities, urban areas and municipalities. Though this sprayer is smaller, it features a 15 foot coil hose so there’s no area you cannot cover with this versatile machine.

The 24 gallon liquid capacity provides coverage of up to 96,000 square feet per fill, making this sprayer great for larger properties as well. The patented locking caster system makes this a very manageable choice for difficult and hilly terrain. The ZS3624 is also constructed with non-corrosive and durable stainless steel.

Features and Benefits:

  • 16 hp Commercial V-Twin electric start engine
  • Fuel Capacity – 5 gallons
  • Top Ground Speed – 7 mph
  • Digital speedometer for accurate calibration
  • Patented locking caster system
  • Multiple attachments available

Z-Spray Lean to Steer Sprayer

The Z-Spray LTS sprayer is the perfect size for any property. This commercial sprayer is narrow enough to fit through residential gated communities, urban areas and municipalities. With a smaller 36-inch footprint, the LTS can more easily fit into trailers between jobs.

With a 20 gallon liquid capacity and a 175 lb. fertilizer capacity, the machine is designed to quickly and efficiently tackle a variety of properties.

Features and Benefits:

  • Kohler Engine
  • Fuel Capacity – 1.85 gallons
  • Top Ground Speed – 5.5 mph
  • Lean to steer technology

Why Weingartz?

Weingartz, family owned and operated, began in 1945 as a farm supply store for local Michigan families. In the 1970s, we began to focus exclusively on outdoor power equipment. Over time, we morphed into the “power equipment superstore” that now defines all of our locations. The staff and experts at Weingartz work diligently to provide the best service possible and give honest and helpful advice to each and every customer.

Weingartz also sells parts for all outdoor power equipment at https://weingartz.com/parts-lookup.

Weingartz
11875 Northland Dr.
Cedar Springs, MI 49319
(616) 696-2913
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How to Clean a Clogged Snow Blower Chute

How to Clean a Clogged Snow Blower Chute

When winter’s worst conditions appear, for most of us, our snow blowers are our best defense. Snow blowers are meant to make your life easier, but a clogged chute will make the job more difficult. Your snow blower will become clogged when ice or sticky snow build up around your machine’s auger or the top of your chute where the snow is discharged. This build up in your snow blower prevents snow from exiting your machine as it normally would. Here’s what to do when your snow blower chute is clogged.

Before performing any maintenance on your snow blower, refer to your owner’s manual for maintenance instructions and safety information. Maintenance instructions vary by model, so depending on your snow blower model our instructions may vary slightly.

Note: NEVER use your hands to clear a clogged chute assembly.  Shut off the engine and remain behind the machine until all moving parts have stopped before working to unclog.

To clean a clogged snow blower chute, release the Auger Control and the Drive Control. Stop the engine by removing the ignition key.

Many two-stage snow blowers are designed with a convenient chute clean-out tool that is fastened to the front of the auger housing with a mounting clip. Some snow blowers are designed with the clean-out tool at the back of the machine.

If snow and ice get lodged in the chute assemble during operation, use the clean-out tool to safely clean the chute assembly and chute opening.

Refasten the clean-out tool to the mounting clip and reinsert the ignition key and start the snow blower.

While standing behind the snow blower, engage the Auger Control for a few seconds to clear any remaining snow and ice from the chute assembly.

How to prevent snow blower clogs

A good method to prevent snow blower clogs is the use of a nonstick snow blower spray. This will help keep the surfaces inside your machine slippery, making it difficult for the snow and ice to build up and attach itself to your snow blower. Spray the chute and auger before use to shield the metal so snow passes through without sticking or clogging.

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Why Weingartz?

Weingartz, family owned and operated, began in 1945 as a farm supply store for local Michigan families. In the 1970s, we began to focus exclusively on outdoor power equipment. Over time, we morphed into the “power equipment superstore” that now defines all of our locations. The staff and experts at Weingartz work diligently to provide the best service possible and give honest and helpful advice to each and every customer.

Weingartz also sells parts for all outdoor power equipment at https://weingartz.com/parts-lookup.

Weingartz
32098 Plymouth Road
Livonia, MI 48150
(734) 525-0980
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Should You Mulch or Bag Leaves?

Should You Mulch or Bag Leaves

It’s that time of year. Is it better to mulch your leaves or bag them?

Ask the experts at Weingartz!

It’s time to take care of those leaves.

Many people will ask should I mulch or should I bag? Unfortunately it’s not a simple answer.

It depends on the amount of leaves and how offer you’re able to get out there to get them taken care of. If the leaves are light it’s easier just to leave them down.

Mowers today do a great job mulching, just chop them up and leave them down. If you’re not able to get out there as often and the leaves are a little bit deeper you want to put the bag on so you get them cleaned up.

Most mowers today offer easy options to switch from mulching to bagging with either a flip of the lever or inserting a plug for mulching.

Also at the end of the year, it’s a good time to put the bag on if you want to clean up the yard for that final cleanup so it looks good for the winter.

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Why Weingartz?

Weingartz, family owned and operated, began in 1945 as a farm supply store for local Michigan families. In the 1970s, we began to focus exclusively on outdoor power equipment. Over time, we morphed into the “power equipment superstore” that now defines all of our locations. The staff and experts at Weingartz work diligently to provide the best service possible and give honest and helpful advice to each and every customer.

Weingartz also sells parts for all outdoor power equipment at https://weingartz.com/parts-lookup.

Weingartz
6585 Dixie Hwy.
Clarkston, MI 48346
(248) 620-5258
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Thinking About a New Leaf Blower?

Thinking About a New Leaf Blower

Thinking about a new leaf blower?

What’s the right one for you?

Ask the experts at Weingartz!

It’s getting time and clean up those leaves and many people ask what type of blower should I buy?

Many different ranges from handhelds to backpacks to push blowers. Your handheld for year-round use and light duty applications will do a fantastic job for you.

For your backpacks, not only develop higher air speeds but more importantly, considerably more air volume. The value is what you really need to pile up those heavier leaves to handle your tougher tasks.

For extreme tasks the wheeled blowers put about three times the volume of the backpack so really take care of those extreme tasks for you.

 

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Weingartz, family owned and operated, began in 1945 as a farm supply store for local Michigan families. In the 1970s, we began to focus exclusively on outdoor power equipment. Over time, we morphed into the “power equipment superstore” that now defines all of our locations. The staff and experts at Weingartz work diligently to provide the best service possible and give honest and helpful advice to each and every customer.

Weingartz also sells parts for all outdoor power equipment at https://weingartz.com/parts-lookup.

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11875 Northland Dr.
Cedar Springs, MI 49319
(616) 696-2913
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Fall Lawn Care Aeration

Fall Lawn Care Aeration

When it comes to fall lawn care, aeration is vital to keep your lawn healthy. Aerating involves punching holes into the lawn to allow oxygen, water, and nutrients to reach the soil. The goal of aeration is to loosen compacted soil and is needed for lawns that experience a lot of foot traffic and construction.

Soil compact occurs naturally over time but can be accelerated by heavy foot traffic or lawn rolling. This squeezes the oxygen out of the ground, making it difficult for oxygen, water and other nutrients to penetrate the soil. Due to this compaction grass is weak, and changes in color a bit. Weak grass also becomes thin and is more susceptible to pests and diseases which show up as brown spots on your lawn.

You should aerate your lawn if:

  • Soil layering exists. Soil layering means that soil of finer texture, which comes with imported sod, is layered over the existing soil. This layering interrupts drainage, keeping water held in the finer-textured soil. This leads to compacted conditions and poor root development. Aerating breaks up the layering and allows water to flow through the soil more easily.
  • Your lawn gets heavy food traffic. Children and pets roaming around your lawn contributes to soil compaction.
  • Your lawn dries out easily and has a spongy feel. This might mean your lawn has an excessive thatch problem. Take a shovel and remove a slice of lawn about four inches deep. If the thatch layer is greater than one-half inch, aeration is recommended.

Controlling the thatch on your lawn is an important, and many times overlooked, part of lawn care. The thatch layer is the layer of dead grass, roots, and debris that accumulate on the surface of the soil. Over time, a thick mat forms and prevents air and water from reaching the soil. Consequently, your lawn is more susceptible to diseases and pests.

If the thatch layer is over a half inch thick, it should be removed. Most lawns need dethatching once a year. To check if it’s time, work your fingers into the grass and take note of the thatch layer. To remove thatch from your lawn, use a dethatching rake or power dethatcher.

If you are considering aeration this year, make sure you have an aerating tool. You need a tool to poke holes in the ground. For best results, use an aerating tool or machine that removes plugs of grass and soil from the lawn.

Your aerating tool or machine should remove soil plugs approximately 2 to 3 inches deep and 0.5 to 0.75 inches in diameter, and about 2 to 3 inches apart. These machines can be rented from outdoor power equipment stores or you can call a landscape company to help with the process.

Lastly, you should aerate when the soil is moist. It’s not easy to aerate soil that is dry.

Aeration is beneficial for achieving a beautiful lawn. The long-term effects include thicker grass, higher turf density, and more blades of grass per square foot.

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Why Weingartz?

Weingartz, family owned and operated, began in 1945 as a farm supply store for local Michigan families. In the 1970s, we began to focus exclusively on outdoor power equipment. Over time, we morphed into the “power equipment superstore” that now defines all of our locations. The staff and experts at Weingartz work diligently to provide the best service possible and give honest and helpful advice to each and every customer.

Weingartz also sells parts for all outdoor power equipment at https://weingartz.com/parts-lookup.

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5436 Jackson Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
(734) 239-8200
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How to Prepare your Lawn for Winter

How-to-Prepare-your-Lawn-for-Winter

During the colder months, we know lawn care is not top of mind. That’s why now is the perfect time to tend to your lawn and make it healthy for next spring. Here are some tips to prepare your lawn for winter.

Prepare your Lawn for Winter Tip # 1 – Keep mowing.

Even though winter is approaching, continue to mow your lawn throughout the fall. During this time, mow but keep grass tall. Tall grass helps keep moisture during warmer temperatures. Mowing high also decreases turf damage from mowing too short, the grass is more drought tolerant, and more weed and grub-tolerant.

Prepare your Lawn for Winter Tip # 2 – Take care of weeds.

Weeds are a constant problem for some during the spring and summer. Fall is the right time to get rid of these unwanted plants for good. During this time of year, weeds tend to absorb anything they can, including herbicides so spray the correct herbicide for the weed taking over your lawn to ensure they won’t come back next year.

Prepare your Lawn for Winter Tip # 3 – Remove leaves.

We all know to expect leaf-covered lawns in the fall. However, when leaves fall do not let them sit and pile up. Don’t wait until trees have shed all their leaves as they will trap much needed moisture. When that happens, your lawn will suffocate and can become a breeding ground for fungus.

Everyone has a different opinion on the best way to dispose of leaves. Is it quicker to bag or to mulch? Should you shred leaves before hauling them away? Whether you rake, bag, or mulch leaves is up to you. Just make sure you utilize some leaf removal method before snow hits.

Prepare your Lawn for Winter Tip # 4 – Fertilize.

It’s good to fertilize your lawn throughout the year, but it’s critical to do so in fall. It’s best to wait until mid- to late-fall and come spring, the fertilizer you applied in fall will kick-start your lawn’s growth.

While there are a variety of blended fertilizers in stores, fertilizing starts with your mower. Mow your lawn as you normally would and leave the finely-chopped grass clippings on your lawn as mulch. Mulching allows the grass to naturally decompose while allowing nutrients to reach your soil and improve the health of your lawn.

Prepare your Lawn for Winter Tip # 5 – Aerate.

Aerating is highly beneficial for your lawn. Aerating involves punching holes into the lawn to allow oxygen, water, and nutrients to reach the soil. The goal of aeration is to loosen compacted soil and is needed for lawns that experience a lot of foot traffic and construction.

Plan to aerate when the ground is moist and easy to work with.

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Weingartz, family owned and operated, began in 1945 as a farm supply store for local Michigan families. In the 1970s, we began to focus exclusively on outdoor power equipment. Over time, we morphed into the “power equipment superstore” that now defines all of our locations. The staff and experts at Weingartz work diligently to provide the best service possible and give honest and helpful advice to each and every customer.

Weingartz also sells parts for all outdoor power equipment at https://weingartz.com/parts-lookup.

Weingartz
46061 Van Dyke Ave
Utica, MI 48317
(586) 731-7240
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How to Prepare your Snow Blower for Winter

How to Prepare your Snow Blower for Winter

Winter is coming. Is your snow blower ready to tackle snow and ice this year? Here are tips to help ensure your snow blower has the proper maintenance and is ready to go when snow falls.

Drain old fuel and replace with fresh fuel.

Old fuel can cause problems for your blower’s engine, making it hard to start.

Also, consider adding a fuel stabilizer so your fuel stays fresh even if you don’t need to use your snow blower.

Change the oil in your snow blower.

This should also be done after the first five hours of use this winter and after every subsequent season.

Old oil can cause problems for your machine’s engine, making it hard to start. If there is old oil, dispose of it properly. There is an oil drain plug in the back of your snow blower. Use a wrench to remove the plug and drain the oil into a container.

Make sure all parts are moving smoothly.

Make sure you tighten loose nuts and bolts. Your snow blower may vibrate during operation, causing nuts and bolts to loosen. Tighten those up to prevent them from falling off when your snow blower is in use.

Additionally, check to make sure belts and cables are in good condition. If you spot any damage, replace them. Any significant wear and tear call for a replacement to avoid the danger of a belt breaking during use.

Install a new spark plug.

Install a new spark plug, if necessary. Check your spark plug at the start of each season.

Disconnect the spark plug lead from the spark plug. Remove the spark plug with a spark plug socket wrench and remove debris from around the spark plug. Examine your spark plug and check for any damage. If there is damage, rust or corrosion on your snow blower’s spark plug, replace the spark plug.

After your snow blower is prepared for winter, start it up and let it run for a few minutes in a well-ventilated area to be certain everything works properly. Consider starting your machine every so often if it sits for an extended period.

Not all snow blowers are the same so consult your owner’s manual before repairing your equipment.

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Weingartz, family owned and operated, began in 1945 as a farm supply store for local Michigan families. In the 1970s, we began to focus exclusively on outdoor power equipment. Over time, we morphed into the “power equipment superstore” that now defines all of our locations. The staff and experts at Weingartz work diligently to provide the best service possible and give honest and helpful advice to each and every customer.

Weingartz also sells parts for all outdoor power equipment at https://weingartz.com/parts-lookup.

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39050 Grand River Ave
Farmington Hills, MI 48335
(248) 471-3050
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Is Your John Deere Gator Ready for Winter?

Is Your John Deere Gator Ready for Winter?

Get Your John Deere Gator Ready for Winter

Though it’s cold out, that doesn’t mean you have to stop using your John Deere Gator. John Deere utility vehicles are designed to take on any condition or task, and there are a variety of attachments designed to winterize your Gator. Continue reading and learn which of these add-ons can help prepare your machine for winter.

Vehicle Cover

When you’re done working for the day, you can shut your machine down and use this heavy-weight polyester fabric cover to protect your entire vehicle from poor weather conditions year-round.

Straight Blades

There are several straight blades you can use with your John Deere Gator, ranging from 66 to 72 inches. For instance, the Standard V-Shape Blade is a great for dirt and snow removal, as well as grading. The Hydraulic Straight Blade can be used if you want a hydraulic lift and angling system to make snow removal easier. Again, there are multiple options available. Be sure to choose one that fits your specific needs.

Glass Windshield

This windshield is made of tempered glass and provides clear, distortion-free vision for the operator. It’s also tinted to absorb heat and keeps out rain and snow.

Cab Doors and Rear Panel

Adding cab doors to your John Deere Gator can boost the temperature inside your cab. Also, heat-absorbing tinted glass absorbs solar radiation through the windows. These panels come in three different colors.

The cab rear panel has the same heat­absorbing tinted glass that absorbs solar radiation. It also helps keep dust and snow out of the operator station when it’s installed with a full windshield.

Canvas Cab Doors

Canvas cab doors are a nice option if you don’t want full-on doors. You can choose the heavy-duty, water-resistant polyester canvas doors for your machine. There is also a poly roof, canvas roof/rear panel, poly rear window, and full-flip-out windshield to keep yourself protected from the elements.

OPS Poly Roof

This roof provides the operator, and passenger, with year-round weather protection thanks to molded-in water troughs that routes water away.

Windshield Wiper Kit

The windshield wiper kit ensures that operators can see clearly in the snow. The backlit switch installs right onto the dashboard.

Deluxe Cargo Box Cover

This heavy-duty fabric coated cover is water resistant. An elastic cord and hook attachment system keeps loads tightly secured and away from the wet weather.

Floor Mats

The snow and mud covering the grounds during the wintertime may get tracked back to the floor of your Gator. These washable floor mats protect the floor from outside elements and minimizes debris and noise in the operator station.

Note: This is not an entire list of John Deere Gator attachments. You can customize your Gator however you like.

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Weingartz also sells parts for all outdoor power equipment at https://weingartz.com/parts-lookup.

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Farmington Hills, MI 48335
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BOSS D-Force

BOSS D-Force

Back drag plows allow you to scrape more cleanly and efficiently, especially in wet snow. Pair with BOSS D-Force for a huge boost in productivity.

Improve your back drag performance by adding D-Force to your plow. D-Force is available for all new Super-Duty, Standard-Duty and HTX straight-blade plows, and 8’2″ and 9’2″ DXT V-plows.

D-Force allows you to keep your blade in contact with the pavement to maintain the constant hydraulic down force to improve scraping performance during backdragging.

Using D-Force is simple. Pull up to an area you want to plow and put the plow in float mode either by pressing and holding the down function for 2 seconds or by double tapping the down function, so the red LED is displayed. Double tap the down function again to activate D-Force. The LED will switch to orange and the power unit will run, applying down force to the cutting edge through the lift cylinder.

The D-Force system uses different components from BOSS’ standard straight-blade plows, including a new hand controller, hydraulic manifold, and hydraulic accumulator. The hydraulic manifold features an additional relief valve to control hydraulic pressure when down force is applied.

BOSS D-Force is a patented system. The use of an accumulator and the ability to maintain down force over uneven terrain is unique to this system.

Adding D-Force to your fleet will increase productivity by allowing single pass scrapes and saving valuable time.

BOSS D-Force is an optional accessory on new truck plow purchases and must be added at the time of purchase. Excludes EXT, Heavy-Duty, Trip-Edge and Drag Pro plows.

Why Weingartz?

Weingartz, family owned and operated, began in 1945 as a farm supply store for local Michigan families. In the 1970s, we began to focus exclusively on outdoor power equipment. Over time, we morphed into the “power equipment superstore” that now defines all of our locations. The staff and experts at Weingartz work diligently to provide the best service possible and give honest and helpful advice to each and every customer.

Weingartz also sells parts for all outdoor power equipment at https://weingartz.com/parts-lookup.

Weingartz
32098 Plymouth Road
Livonia, MI 48150
(734) 525-0980
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Billy Goat Blowers and Debris Loaders

Billy Goat Blowers and Debris Loaders

Billy Goat Wheeled Blowers 

Remove debris and clear litter to clean the properties you manage quickly and efficiently with Billy Goat’s line of wheeled blowers and debris loaders. Whether you are working on a residential lot or clearing large properties and estates, these machines will get the job done right.

Billy Goat F13 wheeled blowers are designed with powerful engines that deliver excellent power for productive landscaping and other professional cleanup jobs. With self-propelled options, these machines are a favorite for full size landscapers, schools, parks departments, cemeteries, and golf properties.

With 6.2 times the air volume of backpack blowers, these blowers round up lawn debris in a snap. Unlike backpack blowers, these machines deliver quiet operation during each use.

Billy Goat F13 Wheeled Blowers Features and Benefits

  • F13 Smooth Rounded Housing eliminates air voids for a smooth, quiet, powerful flow
  • No-rust, no-dent composite housing with 5-year warranty
  • Thicker Padded Handles deliver best in class for comfort and productivity
  • Standard Forward Discharge – a soft rubber design is easy to install and is perfect for cleaning along walls and fences
  • Patented Aim N Shoot directs the airflow where you need it most with fingertip control and is lockable for single positions
  • Advanced Fan Technology features a single shot 16-blade closed face fan

Billy Goat Debris Loaders

Billy Goat D18 midsize debris loaders are ideal for medium to large property managers, contractors and mid-sized municipal applications. These machines feature a 16-inch diameter armor plate impeller with Piranha blade that reduces debris up to 12:1 and maximizes trailer loading across multiple properties before dumping.

With the option to mount these debris loaders to a truck or trailer bed, these are the ultimate machines for leave and debris removal.

Billy Goat D25 and D35 debris loaders feature a 25 HP or 35 HP V-Twin engine respectively, coupled to their largest 18 or 20-inch, 6-blade, armor plated impeller with 18 cutting points and dual shredding Piranha technology for up to 12:1 reduction and 5,050 cfm of suction power.

The large clear poly helical hose is ideal for taking huge bites out of debris piles.

Billy Goat Debris Loaders Features and Benefits

  • Clear hose allows for visual inspection and quick removal of hose clogs
  • Dual Shredding System with Piranha Blade for extra shredding
  • Serrated blades with cutting points for maximum truck loading and debris reduction up to 12:1
  • Quick connect / release hose clamp with safety interlock
  • Optional tailgate hanger kit, swing-away hitch or skid mounted to a trailer or truck bed

Why Weingartz?

Weingartz, family owned and operated, began in 1945 as a farm supply store for local Michigan families. In the 1970s, we began to focus exclusively on outdoor power equipment. Over time, we morphed into the “power equipment superstore” that now defines all of our locations. The staff and experts at Weingartz work diligently to provide the best service possible and give honest and helpful advice to each and every customer.

Weingartz also sells parts for all outdoor power equipment at https://weingartz.com/parts-lookup.

Weingartz
32098 Plymouth Road
Livonia, MI 48150
(734) 525-0980
info@weingartz.com

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