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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by LCPullman, Feb 22, 2008.
Just got my new 36" Toro T2-bar mower delivered and thought I'd post some pictures.
Congrats. How do you like the new controls compared to the old style? I haven't had an opportunity to try the T2 out yet.
Man, we must be getting lazy in this business to need an electric start on a walkbehind but other than that its a nice mower.
Just curious as to what that cost? I heard they were VERY expensive, well up there with the Exmarks and new Scags... I'm guessing about $6,250 with the catcher?
I never used the old-style T-Bar Hydro. I used the T-Bar gear and loved it, wouldn't have anything else in gear drive. But in hydro, I've just used the H-Bar.
Yes, it is plenty, $5650 for the mower and $400 for the catcher. But well worth every cent. Time will tell, but from my experience, it looks like a bulletproof machine.
Wow. That's a lot for a 36" w/b!!! I can get a exmark lazer hp for $6000 with 46" deck in my area.
wow, that is exactly the mower i want for this season...i got a quote for it here in town and they told me the exact same price...that mower really is bulletproof, it's 36", floating deck, hydro...i'm not sure about the new controls, i hear they are badass...i haven't even tried the old t-bar...keep me posted on how you like it when u run it during the season...
From what I have seen, the riders with small decks 34-48 are often only slightly more than the walk-behinds with similar decks.
But there are some places you simply cannot take a rider. So walk-behinds are a necessity .
I agree, but would get a plain old belt drive fixed deck if I was going with a w/b.