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April 13, 2015

Toro Dingo: A Must Have

Toro Dingo: A Must Have

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Glenn Rieker Mequon, WI We purchased our first Dingo in the spring of 2002. The local Toro rep had been touching base with us for a year or two prior and we just couldn’t wrap our heads around the numbers, since we were such a small company and this seemed like a large investment for us. In 2000, I had successful back surgery, not from a landscaping injury, but from…

1928 Toro Silver Flash

1928 Toro Silver Flash

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George Weeks St. Anthony, MN I have a hand me down 1928 Toro Silver Flash that’s in very good condition. It cuts and sounds great. It’s been in the family since new. One minor flaw however, you have to be Hercules or Atlas to push it. Very heavy!

Toro Collector

Toro Collector

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Joel Olson Lewistown, MT Starting my career at the age of 17 at a local golf course built in the 1930s, Toro has been a household name from the start – from the 690 sprinkler heads installed in 1977 to the comfy Groundsmaster 4100 that cuts what the 690’s grew. Now 17 years later, and seeing Toro equipment come and go, takes me back to a more simple time in…

Enjoying Toro at Work and at Home

Enjoying Toro at Work and at Home

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Evan Grell Marcus, IA Growing up I had an uncle that worked doing some accounting and auditing for Toro in the Twin Cities, and he said they were a good company and swore by all of their power tools that he owned. I never gave it much consideration until I got into the turf/golf course industry. I’m still a “young buck” in the golf industry. While in college and on…