Post your Toro TimeMaster 30 cut quality pics.....?

Exact Rototilling

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We're all waiting to see how the cut looks? The blades are sharp when new ...let’s see them.....?

Just mention grass type, mowing height setting on the mower [bagged, mulched or side discharged and how much grass was mowed off?

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organiclawncanada

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No pics????
 

GQLL

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I bet you wont see anyone on here that has one if i was going to shell out 1100 i would by a commercial Honda 21. The toro 30 is really designed for the homeowner not for a commercial unit
 

hurrikanelandscaping

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that toro timemaster 30" is designed for a home owner, to be used once a week, to have the oil changed once a year, and a new air filter every couple of months if needed. these are not designed for the commercial user, either save your money and put it towards buying a used commercial mower like a 36", but if thats too big for you or you insist on buying a new machine buy one of the honda 21" commercial mowers like previously said.
 
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Exact Rototilling

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I already have a Ybravo 25 and a BOP dually 32. Just hoping someone will post some cut quality pics.

Problem with commercial WB is the whole side catcher issue. I frankly have my doubts if Toro is even working on a commercial version of this mower.

From all I.have gathered my Ybravo 25 is a better overall mower than the HRC 21 Honda.
 
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TForan

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Here's a couple from last night. Grass was wet from snow and hasn't really thickened up yet. I just put the striper on it. With a 2.5 inch front and 3 inches, I bagged about an hour's worth of mowing with less than a coffee can of clippings under the deck. So far, I'm happy.




 
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Exact Rototilling

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Can you post pics of the stripper unit.

Grass has not.jumped here yet. I may mow my commercial today with the T30 before running it back for Carb adjustment.
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