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Fatboynormmie,

If possible get the electric start model...since you're taking it back. My second unit is pull start only and the "push n hold" kill switch is a pain. The key kill/start switch is somewhat of a brush grabber but better overall than the "push n hold".



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Do you need to keep those mowers "plugged in" at home to keep a battery charged? That's how the old Toro homeowner mowers were set up.

Also, is there still a pull start cord in case the key doesn't work???
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OakNut, I thank you for starting this thread! Apolgies for the long post.

I signed up specifically to just respond here.

First off let me just say, thanks for all the pics, descriptions of pictures and detail about how this mower fits with your business.

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Holy crap. Too late at night for me to process all that.
I'll try and get back to you later! LOL

Welcome to the forum.
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Do you need to keep those mowers "plugged in" at home to keep a battery charged? That's how the old Toro homeowner mowers were set up.

Also, is there still a pull start cord in case the key doesn't work???
Homeowners would need to charge them. Regular use in season....no. Yes there is a pull start back up.

Pretty sure all the new 2014 models onward had the higher lift turf master blades.

Yes the older lower lift timemaster blades worked well in wet mulch mode. It does work for some reason. Long story on this I posted elsewhere in another thread.
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