Toro Lawn mower won’t start? You may NOT need to take it to a lawn mower repair shop, just follow these simple troubleshooting tips to get your lawn mower up and running.
Zero-urn mowers offer the ability to cut tight contours, meaning less time on foot with a hand trimmer or push mower. They also offer improved visibility and faster cutting speeds, so you can spend less time maintaining the lawn and more time enjoying it. Discover the 8 Things to Look for When Buying a Zero Turn Mower.
Spring is a great time to take stock of your mower’s maintenance needs and get them taken care of before the growing season. Follow our 6 Step Spring Checklist for Your Lawn Mower to make sure your mower is in top shape for the new cutting season.
Step by step video on how to find lawn mower parts to keep your mower in top mowing condition. Go to https://www.torodealer.com/en-US/Page… to find Toro lawn mower parts.
Having trouble starting your lawn mower? It might be your spark plug. Watch this how-to video for easy steps.
Protect your mower against dirt and debris by checking your air filter. Follow these steps to check your air filter 2 to 3 times per season.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) currently limits an ethanol-gasoline blend of 10% ethanol (or E10) as a standard transportation fuel. However, the agency recently granted the ethanol industry a waiver increasing the allowable limit to 15% ethanol (or E15) for use only in some motor vehicles.
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…
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…
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…