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Old 05-19-2011, 03:34 PM
Doublewide6 Doublewide6 is offline
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How different Toro 7-gauge & Toro TurboForce?

I get what I would consider a great cut with my 7 gauge deck. I know that the blade tips spin at the same rpm on both decks. Any of you turboforce users switch the baffels at each job or do you just set it and forget it? Or has anyone used both of these and noticed a great difference?
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Old 05-20-2011, 09:36 AM
KSB KSB is offline
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turbo force baffles

I have a toro g3 with the turbo force deck. I had all the baffles removed from the deck and now the machine will cut and disperse anything you put it on. I could not be happier. Remove the baffles.
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Old 05-20-2011, 10:35 AM
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I have a toro g3 with the turbo force deck. I had all the baffles removed from the deck and now the machine will cut and disperse anything you put it on. I could not be happier. Remove the baffles.
how many baffles are there to remove ? i have a 2010 turboforce , i haven't looked lately, but i think only the one that's adjustable acan be removed (unbolted) . when i'm under there scraping, seems like they're all welded in place (i could be wrong). i get so much build -up with all this wet stuff. 'd love to do something about it.
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