The Toro Groundsmaster® 7210-D zero-turn rotary mower is now available with a new 254 cm (100-inch) articulating deck with a full rear discharge configuration. The increased mowing capacity translates to an overall productivity increase of up to 39 percent, compared to a traditional rotary mower with 183cm cutting deck, while still maintaining outstanding maneuverability.
The new deck consists of three sections, including two side wing decks that articulate up to 15 degrees to provide a clean, even cut on undulating ground. The wing decks also can be raised for transport, allowing the mower to fit easily onto trailers.
“The new 254 cm deck size is an excellent addition to the Groundsmaster line,” says Anthony Nadalin, senior marketing manager of The Toro Company. “It gives operators even more of a productivity advantage by covering larger areas in less time. This deck size is also unique in the market for a mower of this kind.”
Designed with sports fields, grounds and semi-rough area mowing in mind, the zero-turn Groundsmaster 7210-D offers unparalleled maneuverability while minimizing damage to the turf. It also has a 20-percent lower center of gravity compared to other zero turn mowers for greater hillside stability.
The Groundsmaster 7210-D is equipped with a 26 kW (35 hp) Kubota® diesel engine, an integrated direct-drive transmission, and a rugged bull-nose bumper that protects the cutting deck’s leading edge. A mow/transport speed of 20.1 km/h (12.5 mph) and ground clearance of 20.3 cm (8 inches) allows the machine to effortlessly climb curbs.