I hope they come out with a 60" turbo force deck with a 23Hp motor that would be awesome..ajlandscaping said:is it true that toro is coming out with or trying to come out with a w/b that is goin to have a 60-72" cutting deck?
if so where can i find some info on this i talked to a dealer and he quickly mentioned something bout it but not much
It is cheaper to operate, in addition to being more durable than Z (those mechanical model), WB won't break down easily. If you are good at sulky and know how to operate, it is as good and effective as but not better than a Z. It is more versatile than any other cutting machine. One thing for sure, you don't have big debt like owning a Z. There are ton of used WB available in market with so attractive price that you can get your lawn biz started overnight.drmiller100 said:
As one guy said to me: You CAN'T use a ztr on every lawn.drmiller100 said:
I have had both and they both have there pros and cons right now i use a ztr. I have a 52" with a 27Hp toro zmaster with the turbo force. And i had a 52" with a 17Hp hydro toro wb and a swivel sulky.drmiller100 said:
as my dealer mentioned they are taking there ztr decks and throwing it on a wb with a engine larger then their usual wb im guessing its going to be something like the exmark wb'sToroLandscaper said:I hope they come out with a 60" turbo force deck with a 23Hp motor that would be awesome..