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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by A.U.steve, Mar 28, 2002.
Does anybody have the model number for the Toro Tru Trak Sulky.
try the website.
they have a pretty good parts search on their website. i just found an OEM part number for an old 1990 self propelled 21" mower there.
l have tried the site but all l can get are model numbers in the parts master viewer with no desciptions.
hmmmm. i see your dilemna now. i will call our local dealer tomorrow, and find out for you.
Thanks very much l am in a bit of a dilema we dont have this sort info in Australia.
A.U. steve, i talked to the dealer today. said that they have never actually sold one, and dont keep them in stock. so will have to wait until monday. for their sales rep to fax, or call them back with the numbers.
you want the OEM (original equipment manufacturer) part number right?
Steve, I don't have the # for you but i have the tru trak and it is the best unit out there it works great. Brian
Thanks Ohio & Brian
Nobody uses them out here our industry operates diffently to yours, you use different equipment for smaller lawns, most contractors here still use 21'' hand mowers for 1/4 arce blocks, l reckon thats really inefficient.
Most of my work is acreage with some smaller lawns l want to get out of a $25-$30 job in 15 or 20 minutes to be viable, l know that the WAM can be utilised far better by using this system.
l have looked at the ''Bullrider'' & ''Jungle Wheels" sites l am interested in your opinions on putting together the best configuration.
BTW sometimes we have to wait 2 months to get spares from the states and l bet it will cost around $900 Australian too <GG>.
One Australian dollar = .52 cents U.S.
I paid $350.00 for my tru trak, Brian
According to my Toro brochure the PN should be 30110 .
I've researched many sulkys and willprobably go with the "Bull rider", because it is convertable from fixed to trailering.