New product - Toro Reelmaster 3550-D

Kind to turf and fuel-efficient, the 2.8m Toro Reelmaster 3550-D is the lightest fairway mower on the market and can be supplied with kit to make it suitable for sports fields as well as golf courses.

Weighing in at 900kg including roll bar, it is 15-20 per cent lighter than comparable fairway models. Power comes from a 25hp (18.5kW) Kubota diesel engine, allowing it to climb hills even when running groomers and rear-roller brushes.

Ideal for links and heathland courses, the mower's grass-cutting ability is complemented by a 7mph (11kmph) mowing speed. A patented Series/Parallel three-wheel drive system provides power to at least two wheels at all times for traction to provide grip in hilly and wet conditions.

The 3550-D also benefits from improved ground-following performance provided by a new 46cm version of Toro's Dual Precision Adjustment cutting units. Optional 56cm rear cutting units can be installed to achieve additional overlap if required.


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