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Toro: Engineered for the Job

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Dan Elliott Schenectady, NY I’ve seen a lot about lawn care equipment in the centennial salutes, but the machine that gets the most respect in my opinion is my Toro 521 snowblower that I bought in 1985. It’s a well-engineered machine for the job. It has hard rubber tires that never go flat, a 21″ width that allows it to fit alongside my cars in the garage, and includes all…


Toro Testimonial

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Bruce Webster Columbia, MD This is a testimonial to the ruggedness, quality and longevity of Toro residential equipment. I purchased a Toro 21″ HP Rear Bagger lawnmower (Model 20584) in August 1986. I am still using that same lawnmower in 2013, 27 years later! See the pictures to the right which show me pushing this wonderful Toro machine (it is not self-propelled!) at the spry young age of 33 and…


A Toro Snowthrower 25-Years Young

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by Phil Goldberg Long Grove, IL I wanted to take this occasion to thank you for making an excellent snowthrower that has gotten me through nearly 25 Chicagoland winters and that is still going strong. The only thing that has lasted longer is my wife (thank God), but she isn’t as good in the snow. I’m sure she would want to add her appreciation. I have had to replace a…


How To Snowblow Your Driveway With Ease

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Snowblowing Tips & Tricks from Toro Don’t fight the wind.  Whenever possible, point the chute downwind so that the wind helps you blow the snow. It is usually best to move up and down the length of a driveway, not perpendicular. In strong crosswinds, start on the upwind side and then work downwind: If little or no wind, first cut a path down the center of the driveway and then…


Top Ways to Avoid Snowblower Hassles

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Staying on top of basic snowblower maintenance


Know Your Snow When Choosing a Snowblower!

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Choosing the best snowblower for your needs is somewhat dependent on the area you need to clear, but it’s also determined by the type of snow you typically remove. Both single-stage and two-stage machines are great for clearing snow from your driveway and sidewalk, but they remove snow differently, and each works best for different types of snowfalls. How Single- and Two-Stage Snowblowers Work Single- and two-stage machines remove snow…


Preparing Your Snowblower for Winter

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Now is a great time to take your machine to a local dealer for any needed maintenance or repairs. If you’re planning to do your own maintenance, or just want to see what we recommend, please follow these tips, which will help ensure your snowblower is ready for winter.