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Old 02-09-2013, 04:04 PM
chris brauch chris brauch is offline
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Toro TimeCutter

hey guys i am 18 with a fast growing lawn care business. My old piece of crap Craftsman Lt1000 breaks all the time, looks unprofessional, and doesn't get the work done well. I am looking into getting a new mower. I already tried getting financed on a commercial snapper pro 48" dual hydro walk behind for $4499. Credit was denied. With some cash down, i may be able to get financed on a Residential Toro Timecutter 42" dual hydro zero turn for $2399. I think it's a really good deal, especially considering i don't have any commercial accounts yet. I will be mowing anywhere from 30-50 accounts this season all of which is residential. Do you think the Toro would be a good deal?
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Old 02-09-2013, 04:35 PM
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If you want to buy a new mower at the end of the year then yes go ahead and get the toro. If you want a mower that is going to last longer than a year then get a used commercial mower. Look on craigslist in your area.
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