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My Toro is the Perfect Fit

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There are times when you walk into the store, check out all your options, and then you see the one. The perfect fit. You just know. This was the feeling James Hughes had as he walked through The Home Depot looking for his next lawnmower. “I compared the Toro to other manufacturers, and the others just didn’t appear to be of the same quality,” he explains. He just had to take it…

Choosing Toro is a ‘No-Brainer’

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Keith O. shares his “My Toro Story”. When you think about a product you purchased in 1984, how many of you can say it’s not only still working but something that is still being used on a regular basis? For Keith O., his Toro self-propelled mower has been running smoothly since he bought it new on June 6, 1984. Each spring, Keith puts some new gas in the tank, primes…

Toro Starts on the First Time…Every Time

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David shares his “My Toro Story” of reliability. “Every spring, I wonder if this will be the year my Toro doesn’t start on the first pull.” For ten years in a row, David Payne’s Toro hasn’t let him down. The feeling of starting spring projects and maintenance on your lawn can be one of excitement and maybe a little anxiousness as you dust off the equipment and get it ready to…

Adjusting the Self Propel on an All Wheel Drive Toro Mower

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Watch how to adjust the self propel traction on a Toro all-wheel drive lawn mower. The self propel drive is what gives the wheels power and works by a cable that’s attached to the traction adjustment knob on the Toro mower handle. Whenever you install new self-propel cables or if the self propel drive is out of adjustment, adjust the self-propel drive to ensure the drive system works correctly. The…

Look Before You Pump — and Buy the Right Fuel for Your Outdoor Power Equipment

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Most outdoor power equipment was not built, designed or warranted to run on fuel greater than E10, and using higher ethanol blends can damage or destroy it. In fact, using any fuel that contains more than 10 percent ethanol is illegal to use in outdoor power equipment. The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute encourages you to “look before you pump” to ensure it is the right fuel for your outdoor power…

Toro The Science of Recycling

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Using a mower that recycles your clippings doesn’t just make mowing faster and easier. Toro actually developed a completely different cutting system to do the most good for your grass… and the environment. On Toro Recycler mowers, the shape of the cutting chamber was designed to keep the grass clippings airborne. And it’s got these deflectors that “kick” the grass back through the specially designed blades. Now this is key…

Deck and blade design on “mulching” mowers all aim to keep the grass in the air so it can be cut repeatedly by the spinning blade. For example, some machines have “kickers” that deflect the cutting back down into the path of the spinning blade.

Lawn Mower Blade Maintenance Tips

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The secret to a great cut depends on the sharpness of your lawn mower blade. Follow this step by step video to replace your lawn mower blade.

What’s the Right Gas for My Lawn Mower?

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If your Toro lawn mower won’t start, it may be the fuel. Lawn mowers aren’t meant to run on 10% or more ethanol fuel or even E85 fuel. Watch this video to find out more. Go to http://www.toro.com/fuelfacts/ for more information.