Toro Titan Z
The Titan Zero Turn Mower is designed for
what we call the 'heavy duty homeowner'. The lawn size is typically
larger than 2 acres up to 4 acres.
- Fabricated (welded, not stamped)
deck sizes available from 48" to 60".
- The 5 gallon fuel tank
- Kohler Courage engines
- Stronger drive systems
- Tougher frame
- Larger wheels
- 3 year homeowner warranty
A Z mower
choice is not a male/female issue, but rather a
question of flexibility. If you have a reasonable of common sense,
steering is a breeze! We have some couples that enjoy mowing so much
they actually have "his" and "hers" units!
Most operator manuals for lawn mowers state 15 degrees
is the maximum recommended angle of mowing. This is even more true for Z
mower, because your rear wheels are the drive, steering, and brakes all
at the same time.
Are you looking to save time and mow fast like
the pros do? A homeowner Z will travel -maybe- a bit faster than a
tractor while mowing. The time savings comes into play because of it's
maneuverability. You can swoop around trees and plantings in 1 loop,
minimizing those pesky reverse-stop-forward-stop-reverse scenarios.
But with this
Titan Z, it has a commercial grade deck, which means you can mow at a
faster ground speed and still achieve a beautiful result.
units have come a long way in the past 10 years. You owe it to yourself
to re-examine them, if you have not looked at them for a while. The
consumer units are getting stronger drives, better decks, and can mow nicely for what
they are designed for. And for a pretty reasonable price!
often cut their mowing time in half, just by
switching to a consumer level 'Z'. People cut that time in half again, switching
from a consumer 'Z' to a commercial
What is the difference between the
various levels of Z mowers?
How does Value come into play?
||Heavyduty Homeowner Z
|.5 to 2 acres normal lawn
||.5 plus, can be rough
|Briggs, Kohler, Kawasaki, brand 'x' Chinese
||Kohler, Kawasaki engines
Hydrogear, Parker separate pumps motors (generally) best,
accept no less!
The more economical Toro and Ariens hold up well, and
mow nicely. But if you buy too 'lightly' the machine may not hold
up as well, meaning you will replace it sooner. Object of the game
is to buy the correct size mower for your lawn. We'd be glad to help you
discover what would be best for your situation.
Regardless of what dealer you buy your
machine from, avoid the big big stores whenever possible. This
will help assure you get the right machine, correctly prepped and
adjusted, and you will get free training too.
One last thing to keep in mind: a Z is still
not a tractor. You can tow light loads behind the machine as long as you
'think' like a tractor for turning purposes. But if you turn, like
a Z will allow, you'll be twisting up metal behind you.