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05-31-2011, 07:20 PM
TORO – Mid Size Proline – Professional Grade
Pistol Grip, 2- Independent Twin Hydraulic Pumps and Wheel Motors (Fwd/Rev)
17 H.P. Kawasaki Engine OHV V-Twin
44” Side Discharge
Electric Start & Pull Start
Hour meter
New/ Mint Condition, only 75 hours of run time.
Forward and Reverse – No Shifting. 0-6.0mph forward ground speed, 0-3.0 Reverse
Floating Deck – Easy to Change Vertical Pin Height Cut System; 1”-4.5” (in .25” Increments)
Fast 18,000+ ft/min Blade Tip Speed (3 Blades)
Rugged Carrier Frame 2”x 2” Tubular Steel Construction
Large 5 Gallon Fuel Tank w/ Wide Fill Neck Opening
Includes 2-Wheel Velke & Large Capacity Grass Catcher, Owner Manual &Service Manual

I am the original owner. This unit has all the bells and whistles in order to keep down physical fatigue. This machine is pristine & will not cause you any problems. You could buy cheaper, but most have thousands of hours on the machine and engine. If you don’t mind a few hours on the machine, it is like buying new, but for thousands less. Great Deal.

Price $4150. Negotiable. Serious Inquiries - Please.

05-31-2011, 07:32 PM
how much will the bag hold

05-31-2011, 08:38 PM
The bag is rated at 3 bushels. The complete assembly instructions and parts list is included.

05-31-2011, 11:21 PM
The bag is rated at 3 bushels. The complete assembly instructions and parts list is included.
how hard is it to remove because i have a yard that the owner makes me bag or i lose the contract and it is a 3/4 acer so i am out there with 4 guys with 21 for ever and i have a bad back but i still get out there and push bu i personnel bout one with casters so i did not kill myself but this with the ride on would be nice but i have problems with them roting yearly because i normally mow its wet there because they have a bad water standing problem

06-01-2011, 02:39 AM
The bagger assembly consists of the bagger and a mounting back plate. To convert to bagging; just add the mounting back plate, by simply sliding it into the mower frame (no tools required), then add the bagger by sliding the pins on each side into the back plate and lock the latches on each side. Taking the bagger off only requires the operator to unlatch the bagger and use the handle on the bagger to carry and dump the grass clippings.

06-18-2011, 01:40 PM
Is the unit still available?

06-18-2011, 07:51 PM
Metro36, yes, the machine is still for sale.

06-18-2011, 08:13 PM
Would you be able to ship the unit?

06-18-2011, 10:20 PM
Metro36, I believe shipping a unit of this size and weight would be excessively expense for you. I also think you may want to inspect and test run any piece of equipment that is a costly investment. However, if you still want the machine, you will have to make the shipping arrangements, and full payment would be required prior to shipment. Thanks for asking.

06-19-2011, 04:07 PM
Well I am having a very hard time finding one around here. A 44 fits my needs perfectly. I am going to try and get a freight quote on monday. All I would need you to do is drain the fuel, crate the unit, and possibly load it on the truck.

I have never shipped a unit this size so I am unsure of the details myself.

06-19-2011, 06:10 PM
Try uShip, I had my BadBoy shipped from South florida to Wisconsin for $400.

Buddy Buds
06-23-2011, 09:59 AM
Is It still under warranty?

06-23-2011, 09:31 PM
Buddy Buds, the warrant has expired. The machine sat in my garage during that time, while I was recovering from an injury. So, now I must re-evaluate my business strategy. Thanks for asking.

06-24-2011, 01:14 AM
Wildscape, shipping was to expensive. The quotes came in well over $500. I would love to buy the machine but by time it gets here It just wouldn't be worth it. Thanks.

06-24-2011, 01:03 PM
Metro36, I wish you the very best in your search, and I thank you for your inquiry.