The Toro Dingo 525 wide track gets the job done with ease. This model is available in both walk behind and ride on configurations. This dingo is powered by robust Kubota D902 3 cylinder diesel engine. This tried and true engine provides increased operating lifting power and provides 13.8 gpm of flow to the auxiliary hydraulic attachments. These Toro Dingos use four independent pumps to get power needed to right place. One pump drives the left track, one pump drives the right track, one pump powers the lift and dump cylinders and one pump runs the hydraulic attachments. This allows the dingo to be driving, using a hydraulic attachment and moving the lift arm at the same time without the machine bogging down.
The Toro Dingo 525 wide track is 41 inches wide and weighs 2013 pounds. It holds 6 gallons of fuel and has 3.5 psi ground pressure that is easy on the landscape. These machines can also drive up to 4.5 miles per hour forward. The key benefits of the 525 series over the gas 427 series is that the Kubota engine generally last longer than the gas, the 525 picks up more and the 525 gives more power to the attachments. The key benefits of wide tracks over narrow tracks is wide tracks are easier on the turf, they are better in muddy situations, they are better diggers and can trench more effectively due to the increased amount of track pulling it backwards. Call Trey Willis at 703 919 5291 for more information and cost.