The Toro TRX trenchers are top notch compact track driven trenchers. The track design is easy on existing turf and its low center of gravity increase stability on hills. Even though they are easy on the grass the dedicated drive pumps give this machine the power necessary to drive through loose sand and mud. The controls are very easy to use allowing operators to trench and drive backwards with one hand and adjust boom depth with the other. These walk behind trenchers use three hydraulic pumps that send the necessary power to where it needs to go. One pump controls one track, the second pump controls the other track and the third pump controls the cutting chain.
Toro offers three different models of the TRX trencher. The Toro TRX 16 uses a 16 horsepower Kawasaki gas engine and utilizes a recoil start. It sends 10 gpm of hydraulic flow to the chain and is the least expensive and lightest of the trencher line up. The Toro TRX 20 uses a 20 horsepower Kawasaki gas engine and utilizes an electric start. It sends 10 gpm of hydraulic flow to the chain and comes with 70 more foot pounds of torque than the TRX 16. The Toro TRX 26 is the biggest walk behind trench digger Toro makes. The TRX 26 is powered by a 26 horsepower Kawasaki gasoline engine with an electric start. It sends 13.5 gpm to the trencher chain and has a headshaft speed of 210 RPM with 554 foot pounds of torque. The Toro TRX 26 is the perfect trencher for tough trenching conditions.
The Toro TRX trencher models have some differences but also have things in common. All the trenchers have a max speed of 3.1 mph in forward and 1.5 mph in reverse. All the models come standard with a hydraulic oil cooler and can hold 2.1 gallons of fuel. A 24, 36 or 48 inch boom can be used on any of these models and chain options of soil teeth, rock teeth, combination rock and soil, shark teeth and bullet style are available. An easy loading custom trailer is also available for these trenchers. Call Trey Willis at 703 919 5291 for more information on purchasing.