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Toro "Z" Stand

Scott Campbell

LawnSite Member
Location
Wilkinson, IN
I was wondering if anyone out there had purchased a 200 series Z master yet with the "Z" stand feature? If you have, I would like to hear some feedback on it. Does it seem to work pretty well? Does it give you enough room to work?

By appearances, it looks like a great accessory.
 

bob

LawnSite Platinum Member
Location
DE
Also, how do you get the stand under the deck?
 
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Scott Campbell

LawnSite Member
Location
Wilkinson, IN
From what I have seen at the dealer, and in the literature, it mounts right onto the front frame. It folds down when you want to jack up, then you drive forward to pop the front end up. Then back up to drop down. Just like a trailer jack, I guess. I haven't seen it actually done yet. All the hardware is on the front end though. There are some pictures of them on Toro's web site I believe.
 

dylan

Member
IMO the crank jack on the kubota midmount is way better. I saw both in action at a local trade show. That bit of engineering is very impressive.
 

Mark

LawnSite Senior Member
Ill have to check into this, I just purchased a new 2000 62 Z-Master. Next time im at my dealer i will see how this jack works, and if it is worth the extra money. I have a small jack setup where i can change blades while mower is on the trailer. Marks Mowing Service
 

Greenkeepers

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
NE Ohio
Haven't seen this yet. In the shop we use Jungle Jims Jungle Jack and on a route if we have to we prop the corner of the deck on a piece of angle that comes off the gate of the trailer. It's not the safest but it works if need be.
 
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