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John Reitman

By John Reitman

Toro lineup includes new diesel-powered utility loader

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The Toro Dingo TX 1000 can handle a variety of tasks thanks to an array of varied attachments.

For turf managers who need a compact utility loader that can perform a wide range of tasks, Toro recently introduced the Dingo TX 1000 Turbo.

A refreshed version of the TX 1000, the new Dingo comes in both narrow-track (6 inches) and wide-track (9 inches) versions and is powered by a Tier 4-compliant Yanmar turbo diesel engine that churns out 24.7 horsepower and provides more torque than previous models while also reducing vibration.

With attachments such as standard and high-volume buckets, adjustable forks, grapple bucket, grapple rake, high-torque auger and high-torque trencher, the Dingo is engineered for a variety of tasks.

With an operating capacity of 1,000 pounds, the unit features a vertical lift arm that keeps the load closer to the machine to allow operators to lift more weight without compromising stability and increases the reach to 81 inches to make dumping more efficient.

Toro's traction- control system includes a digital display for ease of operation by the user, and hydraulic flow is controlled through an auxiliary foot pedal, freeing the operator's hands to control speed and attachment usage.

A larger hydraulic filter means longer maintenance intervals, saving both time and money.

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