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Toro TRX-26 Trencher

Equipped with a 26-horsepower Kawasaki engine, TRX-26 is Toro's largest walk-behind trencher, filling the gap between ride-ons and smaller walk-behinds, the company says.

March 01, 2010

Equipped with a 26-horsepower Kawasaki engine, TRX-26 is Toro's largest walk-behind trencher, filling the gap between ride-ons and smaller walk-behinds, the company says. The Dingo TX-style control system makes the trencher easier to control and eliminates "jerk" steering. With its zero-turn capability and ground pressure as low as 4.1 psi, the TRX-26 can access small spaces without damaging turf. It also has a tracked design, which helps operators maneuver over perpendicular trenches.

 
 

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