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Toro TX Platform for Compact Loaders Reduces Vibrations

Sat October 07, 2006 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The Toro Company’s TX Platform, a new ride-on attachment, can be bolted on to Toro Dingo TX 420, TX 425 Wide Track, and TX 525 Wide Track diesel model compact utility loaders.

The TX Platform pivots up and down to float with uneven terrain, providing a stable and level platform for the operator.

A rubber pad at its hinge point reduces transmission of machine vibration to the user.

The platform is accompanied by a loader control reference bar (handlebar) that can be mounted to the dash for added operator safety.

“The TX Platform is a great yet simple way for operators to minimize walking when hauling materials or just maneuvering their compact utility loader,” said Greg Lawrence, marketing product manager of the Toro Dingo product line. “That translates into added comfort and improved productivity on any job.”

Constructed of heavy-duty steel, the platform measures 29 in. (73.7 cm) wide, operates 5 in. (12.7 cm) above the ground and weighs 94 lbs. (42.6 kg). When not in use, it easily folds up and stores against the machine in a locked position.

For more information, 800/344-8676 or visit www.toro.com/dingo.




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