Yes. It’s too bad toro is not going to make them anymore.
When you “let go” you are keeping one hand on the operator presence (bar) in a limp wrist style. Aka “noodle arm”Thank you for the reply. I manhandled it yesterday and yes was tired. The problem was when I let go of the tbar the pro shut off so I was constantly turning it back on which cannot be good for it. I am in fairly good shape but I still couldn’t muster the muscle to bring it back. I just wanted to make sure I wasn’t missing something in the handling of these machine. Any other pointers you might have I’ll take them! I was actually just shifting it back into reverse at the end to back it up to turn but that got old.
Thank you so much. You make that look easy! I was playing with it trying to find that sweet spot between when it kicks in and where it’s neutral.you make I look hard
I literally do that yank turn one handed... maybe it’s because you’re shorter/less leverage?
but yea that’s essentially the “t bar shuffle”
RightThank you so much. You make that look easy! I was playing with it trying to find that sweet spot between when it kicks in and where it’s neutral.
Spring missing or broken ?Well it’s heading back to the shop now. I used it for the only third time yesterday and have a total of about 1 hr on it and the left side of the tbar is catching on something. It won’t return to its normal position when you let go unless you yank back on it.