Toro ProLine?

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by CNY Property Management, Oct 26, 2006.

  1. CNY Property Management

    CNY Property Management LawnSite Member
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    I am getting back into the lawncare business after a 10 year hiatus and have been busy catching up on new equipment and how the business has changed. Back when I was cutting, Toro Proline walk behind with the T-bar was the hot mower and they served me quite well. I don't hear much about them now. Is this still considered a top-notch machine? What are the general thoughts about the pro's and con's of the Pro-Line?
     
  2. I don't have a lot of good to say about the Proline belt drive T-bar WB.
    I like Toro's commercial line, just not wild about their pro line.
    Although...At the EXPO a Toro rep. said next spring Toro would introduce a WB with new controls that is going to be "revolutionary".
    I'll wait and see.
     
  3. Mowerboy04

    Mowerboy04 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,445

    i have a toro pro line 36in its a outstanding mower, i've had it for 2 seasons now and its really been good never had any problems. hope this helps a little.
    alex
     
  4. TPLawnPro

    TPLawnPro LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 424

    Toro Prolines with the T-Bar are still a good way to travel. But there are different and more advanced designs for you to choose from.

    For walk-behinds, Exmark Turf Tracers with ECS controls are outstanding! In my opinion, Exmark is the reference by which all other walk-behind mowers are measured.. Just my .02 cents. Others might hastily disagree?

    Wright Mfg's. Stander Mowers are another alternative. Not really a walk-behind, but a happy medium between owning a walk-behind and a ZTR. They are well built, and incorporate plenty of power.

    SCAG hasn't really changed at all. Still very reliable, and still looks the same.

    Snapper - not much has changed there either.

    Hustler has come along with its TrimStar.

    There are others.
     

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