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Toro Zero Turn Mowers
Posted on February 26, 2012 by Mr.Green | Edit 4 comments Leave a comment

Classic Accessories Zero Turn Mower Cover 73997
Product Type: Lawn & Patio Sale Price: $32.67 Average Rating: Usually ships in 1-2 business days Click Here for more details

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Weather Protected fabric resists mildew and won't shrink or stretch Elastic shock cord in bottom hem for a quick and custom-like fit Protects your tractor against sun damage, rain, dust, birds and tree sap Reinforced air vent lets air circulate and helps prevent ballooning in winds Handy storage bag included

Toro Lawnmowers - A Review Of Toro Riding Mowers And Lawn Tractors. Toro lawnmowers are well known for their outstanding quality and durability and win many awards in the annual Consumer Reports review articles. Toro's product range includes, walk-behind lawnmowers, zero turn lawnmowers and riding lawnmowers and tractors. We will take look at their riding mower and lawn tractor range, compare features and note the advantages and disadvantages of each model range. The LX Lawn Tractor Series. Manufacturer's Suggested List Price: ,499 - ,049 USD Features Kohler Engines Premium engines are carefully matched to the model. The LX 425 sports a 20hp Kohler Courage Twin Cam OHV Engine, top of the range LX 500 has a 22 hp Kohler Courage Twin Cylinder Engine. Kohler engines have been manufactured for the commercial market and the durability and quality are excellent. The Kohler twin-cylinder engines have reduced noise, less vibration and are easy starters. These engines also have an increased fuel efficiency and are clean burning. Automatic CVT Transmission with Cruise Control All models have a continuously variable transmission to allow you to easily change speed up to a maximum 6.4 mph. Set the cruise control to maintain a constant speed. 3-in-1 Cutting Decks Easily switch between mulching, bagging and side discharge. Mowing Deck Between 42" and 50" mowing decks, depending on the model. Attachments One of the big advantages in buying a lawn tractor is the large range of attachments available. Attachments can turn your lawn tractor into a snowblower, a lawn sweeper, an aerator, a dethatcher and a mulcher. A front blade can be attached to easily to move soil, rocks or even snow. Transport materials around your yard

with the 10 cu ft or the 17 cu ft poly cart. Toro's Attach-a-Matic hitch system makes changing attachments quick and easy. Comfort The LX series has a soft touch rubber steering wheel, much better than plastic on a hot day! Comfort is also ensured by the high back seats, the side handles and rubber foot rests. Advantages Excellent engines that should give years of use. Good range of attachment and comfortable to ride. Disadvantages Attachments tend to be expensive. No anti-scalp rollers on the cheaper models. GT2000 Series Garden Tractors Manufacturer's Suggested List Price: ,499-,899 USD Features Premium Kohler Courage Engines. 23 or 25 hp Kohler® Courage Twin Cylinder Engines. Excellent engines for years of use. Automatic and Hydrostatic Transmissions Automatic or foot controlled transmission for variable mowing speeds. Cruise control for constant speed. 3-in-1 Mowing Deck The 50" mowing deck has anti-scalp wheels and allows mulching, bagging or side discharge. Comfortable to Ride The GT2000 series has the same comfort features as the LX range. Easily Variable Cutting Height Cutting height can be set between 1.5 and 4 inches. Attachments Using Toro's Attach-a-Matic hitch system changing attachments is easy. Not such a large range as for the LX series, attachments include a snowblower, loading ramps, triple bagger and front blade. Advantages Excellent powerful Kohler engines. Time saving 50" deck. Comfortable ride. Disadvantages Fewer attachments than the LX range. Overall value for Money Toro has an enviable reputation is delivering quality products at an affordable price. The LX and GT2000 series are no exception. Lawn tractors from either of these ranges will give years of hard work and be comfortable to use. Their durability and excellent workmanship makes secondhand Toro lawnmowers and garden tractors good buys. About the author: Read more about Toro lawnmowers and find some great deals in used Toro Lawnmowers and Toro Snowblowers at Janet's website Source: http://www.isnare.com/?aid=270764&ca=Gardening

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4 Responses to “Toro Zero Turn Mowers”
DB1 February 26, 2012 at 9:38 pm (Edit) Toro zero turn mower with 17 HP B&S engine smoking badly, losing power? Wonderful 5 year old mower well maintained but my son recently overfilled oil resulting in significant gray smoke and loss of engine power. I can no longer use it, what could be the problem? I mentioned previously that it was smoking badly and losing power, it also is leaking oil dramatically on the deck but hard to pinpoint location of leak….
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southarkansas February 27, 2012 at 12:34 pm (Edit) drain oil down to proper level-clean air filter or replace should cure problem after it burns out excess oil in carb

Tommy February 26, 2012 at 11:13 pm (Edit) how long does the rear wheels on zero turn mowers last? so, looking at getting a zero turn mower, a toro in particular. just wondering what the average life span of the rear wheels are? will it last upwards of 5 years like traditional mowers? thanks so much! links would be awesome as well, thanks again!!

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Jr K February 27, 2012 at 10:40 am (Edit) I have a Toro Zseries zero turn mower that ran over a string and can’t get started.?

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I have a Toro Zseries zero turn mower. I accidentally ran over a hay bail string that wrapped around my blades and stalled out my mower. I was able to cut the string loose, but now I can’t get it to start at all. Could you please give some advice to help out? Thanks

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