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Mowers may last a long time if they are properly maintained and parts are replaced on a regular basis. In fact, many people avoid servicing their lawn mowers entirely because they believe it is too much labour. However, there are very few parts that require regular maintenance. Trimax mower parts are built of high-quality materials that are durable in all weather situations and do not require regular inspection. Here are some of the benefits of replacing your spindles with our Trimax Steadfast Spindle:

  • NO GREASING REQUIRED
  • KEEPS WATER OUT
  • TANGLE-FREE

Taking the time to replace parts on your Trimax Steadfast mower can help maintain its performance and longevity, so you should consider doing so instead of getting repairs or waiting until parts are worn out. Regular maintenance and replacing parts can be simple because there’s no need to do that with our new improved Trimax steadfast spindles mower part, so scheduling an appointment to get the steadfast spindles is a great way to ensure your mower stays running in top condition.

As part of an ongoing development programme, Trimax Mowing Systems have developed a new version of the blade spindle assembly. The new spindle features a sealed bearing system that requires no regular maintenance.

The spindles have been tested in both the laboratory and on selected machines running in rigorous operating conditions. Trimax are confident the new spindles will continue to deliver the outstanding reliability for which the original spindles are renowned, with the added benefit of reduced downtime and maintenance costs.

For existing customers who are currently using the greased spindles, no worries, these new spindles are retrofittable! Simply replace the current spindle with the new SteadFAST Sealed one and remove the grease line to ensure grease is not accidently pumped into the spindle going forward. Easy peasy.

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