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Old 05-19-2013, 09:40 PM
chris sands chris sands is offline
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Changing from pistol grip to T-Bar ..Possible??

Hi Guys,
I have an 06 Toro turbo force 36" belt drive with pistol grips and would like to change to a T-Bar set-up. Has anyone had any experience doing this before?

The set-up looks pretty much the same so I am hoping I can switch it .

If anyone has a for parts T-Bar 36" and wouldn't mind shipping to Canada I would be interested in the parts needed.

I am also looking for a tranny for said model as well if anyone has a good one they would like to part with. The reverse in mine just doesn't seem to want to work.

Thanks for any help or suggestions.

Chris
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Old 05-20-2013, 05:31 PM
The Toro Company The Toro Company is offline
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In the owner’s manual there is a section called adjusting the axle height with step-by-step instructions. If you need an operator’s manual, send an email to consumer.service@toro.com with model and serial number. We will can attach a manual to the reply e-mail.
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Old 05-20-2013, 07:48 PM
chris sands chris sands is offline
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Thanks so much, I just sent the email. Good lesson for me to leave the manuals in the manual tube on the machines rather than misplace them and spend time going thru stacks of papers trying to find them.
Very helpful .
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