At Kiser Ranch Development, we know how important it is to ensure your horses are safe and performing their best. As horsemen and horsewomen ourselves, we understand that by keeping your equipment functional, your days run a lot smoother.
Get high-quality tractor repair at our shop
Whether you have these issues or are just looking for a seasonal tune-up, Kiser Ranch Development is here to help. Our tractor services include minor diagnostics, major diagnostics, and general repair. We also can provide seasonal tune-ups and repairs to drags and service to some heavy equipment.
Save time with a tractor repair service that comes to you
We’ll come to you! Skip the wait at the farm tractor factory repair shop. Our certified mobile mechanic is now servicing Valley View, Texas, Dallas, and Fort Worth areas.
Skip the hassle of trying to ship equipment to a tractor repair shop and have our professional repairman come to your farm or ranch. Our mobile tractor repair mechanic makes farm calls so you can work, ride or play.
Common problems with tractors
- Electrical Issues
- Fuel System
- Routine Maintenance
Our service can help troubleshoot your tractor or drag problems, even if the issue is uncommon.
We even offer a prime inventory of industry-leading equipment and implements to help keep your farm or ranch in tip-top shape year-round, from Implements to Manure Spreaders, from Fencing to Water Trailers; you can trust these products have the capability of helping you run your property and care for your livestock more efficiently and safely than ever because everything with Kiser is “Designed to be Trusted.”
Explore the entire line of Kiser Ranch Development products here.
How many hours should a tractor be serviced?
While there is no one way to service your farm tractor, manufacturers suggest servicing the engine every 100 hours and the transmission every 300 hours. Engine and oil filters may follow a schedule of first change at 50 hours, second at 200 hours, then every 200 hours after. Other servicing may include transmission changing and oil filter cleaning.
Always remember, the best tractor maintenance plan begins with you. If you hear or see something that doesn’t sound right with your tractor, contact our farm tractor mechanic or consult your manual. It is also a good idea to check your tire pressure weekly, check all fluids about every 50 hours, and change your filters when needed.
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How much does it cost to service a tractor
The cost depends on the make and model of the machine and the scale of the issue. Regular maintenance of tractors and heavy equipment helps keep the machinery operating at peak performance and running safely.
If you’re looking for mobile large equipment repair in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, contact us today!