TimeMaster Mower


January 31, 2017 - Equipment

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Toro</em></p>

Toro’s TimeMaster 30-inch mower features a new engine, the Briggs & Stratton Professional Series 1000 engine, offering increased gross torque and displacement compared to previous models.

With 10 ft.-lb. of gross torque at 2,600 rpm, the engine delivers more power to rotate the blade to handle thicker, heavier grass. In addition, the overhead valve engine design runs cooler and cleaner for better fuel economy and longer engine life, according to Toro.

Other features of the engine include a Super Lo-Tone engine muffler for quiet operation, as well as a dual-sealing commercial-grade air management system that helps reduce harmful yard debris from entering the engine. The ReadyStart starting system is also standard, eliminating the need to prime or choke the engine.

The 30-inch wide cutting path and travel speed capabilities of the mower can reduce mowing time by up to 40% compared to a 21-inch Toro mower.

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