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Toro’s smallest stump grinder, the SGR-6, is compact and maneuverable,
allowing you to reach stumps in tight spaces and turn them into mulch.
Our new, never been used 2010 Toro SGR-6 Stump Grinder is available for sale:
Specs on the stump grinder Model 22601 6.5 hp Honda Engine
Cogged belt Cutting Depth – 6″ below grade Centrifugal Clutch Cutting Height – 10″ above grade Cutting Wheel –9.5″ diameter (12-tooth)
Dimensions – 22″ W x 50″ L x 42.3″ H Weight – 110 lbs.Continue reading →
Equipment World, Green Industry Pros and Pro Landscaper Magazine have great things to say about the newest Dingo lineup, so maybe you’ve thought about adding a TX 1000 to your fleet. Or you’re saving for a trencher? Or you’ve had your eye on a brush chipper, but the right financing deal came and went. Well, we want you to know Toro has a finance offer that’s happening right now.
For well-qualified contractors, Toro is offering no payments for four months and no interest for three months, FOLLOWED BY 0% for 42 months and zero down*! This offer applies to Toro’s compact utility equipment line, which includes the newest Dingo machines and their many attachments, walk-behind trenchers, stump grinders and MORE! Continue reading →
A Toro Dingo on a job site gives you a lot of versatility and power in a compact package, so productivity and efficiency is stronger. With the deals Toro has in store for you in March and all that the equipment will allow you to accomplish; there are even more compelling reasons to add a Dingo to your fleet. In March you can save $1,250 on Dingo models 427 or 525 and $1,500 on the Dingo TX 1000! Also: ask us about the $500 off select Dingo attachments through April 15th Continue reading →
The Harley rake is a great tool for soil preparation that lets you level uneven terrain in one pass. The roller also helps create a dimpled bed surface which aids in moisture retention. The Harley rake is one of the many attachments we carry for skid steer loaders and Toro Dingo compact utility loaders. The Toro Dingo rake has a 48-inch operating width and can angle up to 20 degrees in either direction, so it’s incredibly versatile and maneuverable. Check it out:
Ask the Experts is a recurring segment where we share expert advice from our professional staff. In our latest Ask the Experts segment, we go over what you should know about operating a Toro Dingo TX1000 compact track loader.
Now that Spring is here we’re bringing back our aerating recap. Enjoy!
Click to watch footage of the Toro 30 inch stand-on aerator, one of several aerating equipment options.
The Toro 30 inch stand-on aerator is one of several options when it comes to choosing aerating equipment Aerating (or aerifying) is a simple but critical step in lawn care, and when you do it is just as important as how you do it. With the ground largely thawed, it’s not too early book an aerator rental.
What aeration does is give your lawn a chance to rejuvenate itself after a year of wear and tear. Sports fields and heavily trafficked areas suffer the worst of it, but all lawns experience compaction to some degree, and that damage can hamper oxygen delivery to the roots of your lawn. Aerating is a good way to give those roots a chance to breathe and soak up vital nutrients.
You can use a spike-roller, but most experts agree that a core-aerator is the better way to go. A spike-roller forces the compacted ground further into the soil rather than removing it while a core-aerator pulls the topsoil out of the ground in “plugs” and yields the greatest results. If you’re using a core-aerator be sure to leave the plugs on the lawn – they’ll break up and return to the soil along with all of their important components. They also help with thatch decomposition!
For many people, renting an aerator makes the most sense so give our Rental Department a call to book a rental. If you’re a first-timer, be sure to avoid sprinkler heads, underground lines, large stones and shallow tree roots, all of which can do serious damage to you and the machine. Now get out there and get that lawn back in shape!