Toro Tru-Trak

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by mowerbrad, Mar 29, 2008.

  1. mowerbrad

    mowerbrad LawnSite Fanatic
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    This year I have been getting more smaller yards than last year and I'm thinking that the ZTR might become inconvenient to use on on the smaller properties if I get many more of them. I have been thinking about a 36" Toro with the T-bar controls and Tru Trak sulky. I haven't really heard much about the tru trak system but it looks like a very convenient system. Has anyone run a Toro with the tru trak before? And just for a ball-park figure what might I expect to pay for 17hp Hydro 36" Toro with the tru trak and T-bar controls?

  2. lawnpro724

    lawnpro724 LawnSite Silver Member
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    Belt drive or hydro? Toro tru trak is the best sulky made period! I have them for all my mowers, a little pricey but worth the cost.
  3. mowerbrad

    mowerbrad LawnSite Fanatic
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    Hydro. Since you already have these mowers, about what would I expect to pay for the 36" tbar and tru trak?
  4. Exterior Concepts

    Exterior Concepts LawnSite Member
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    I've got a Toro 52"Walk-behind with Tru-Trac installed.Its a great type of sulky for the walk behind.It's very comfortable to ride on,but is very heavy in the up position.I've got the velky and the proslides and I like the Tru-Trac best.The toro is a great mower for flat areas with the t-bar controls,but you don't have as much control going down hills where you may want to be able to kind of hold back on the mower for more control.The t-bar controls are harder to control unless you are riding behind the mower because they are very sensitive its hard to not be jerky on the controls when walking.The Toro i have has a mulching type of deck with baffles installed but I removed so we could mow faster in the spring.The toro mowers seem to be light in the front when you install the Tru-trac when going up hills I had to install weight on the front of the deck frame.Its a great fast mower if you are mowing flat areas,but I'm located in the hills of N.C.I only use mine as a spare and have thought about selling it to get something more for the hills I have to mow here in the mountains.
  5. cgaengineer

    cgaengineer LawnSite Fanatic
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    Search for some of my threads...I also have videos of the TruTrak on YouTube.

    The TruTrak is by far the best sulky made. The 36 would need about 4-5 weights installed to keep front end down...The standard Tbar may not be the best controls to use with the TruTrak, I would go for the T2 controls.

    The 40" T2 hydro floater is about $5850 and the TruTrak will set you back about $500-$550.

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    I Have The Toro Proline 44 With The Tru-trak,ive Never Had A Better Sulky

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