Toro LX500


The Toro LX500 spector is a really powerful host. While some hosts have engines with a power of about ten horses, the Kohler Courage engine that drives LX 500 produces 22 hp. The OHV engine comes with an oil filter and a pressure lubrication system. The fuel tank supplied to the engine can contain up to 11. 4 liters. The operator uses a continuous variable transmission on the corteped to change its speed. This transmission system provides LX500 for a maximum speed of 8. 9 km/h when moving forward. When it goes back it has a maximum speed of 3. 7 km/h. Other spectators similar to this are the LX466 bull and the LX468 bull.

The wheels that drive the LX500 bull forward are the rear wheels. Each measures 20 × 10 (20 inches in diameter, 10 inches wide). The front wheels that run the LX 500 measure each 15 × 6 (15 inches in diameter, 6 inches of width). The steering wheel has a diameter of 13 inches and is soft. This is ideal for commercial landscaons, since it means that their hands will not get tired or hurt too much after long hours of continuous use.

The top of the cutter that comes with the LX500 bull has a 5 0-inch cut width and houses 3 blades. You can also acquire cutting platforms of other sizes (both wider and narrower). You can control the height of the cutting platform from 1. 5 inches above the grass that is cutting up to 4 inches above your grass. You will notice some small anti scalping wheels that bind to the front of the front edge of the pruneing platform. The purpose of these wheels is to force the platform to follow the contours of the grass, thus avoiding it. On the back of the LX500 you can attach a grass pickup to collect all the grass cuts instead of letting them rot on the grass. You can also attach a snow blower and a front blade on the front.

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