Toro Mini Skid Steer: Small Package, Big Performance
Toro offers a line of mini skid steers that will bring versatility and efficiency to your job site. The mini skid steer loader is an efficient alternative to hand labor — especially in tight spots other equipment can’t reach. Toro’s full lineup offers many choices. Whether you need wheels or tracks, electric, gas or diesel, radial lift or vertical lift capabilities, there’s a mini skid steer that’s right for you.
Built on tradition of quality products and caring relationships, Toro has roots dating back to 1914. Today, the Toro is a leading worldwide provider of innovative solutions for the outdoor environment including turf and landscape maintenance, snow and ice management, underground utility construction, rental and specialty construction, and irrigation and outdoor lighting solutions.
What Can A Toro Mini Skid Steer Be Used For?
Toro mini skid steers are versatile machines designed to perform a wide variety of tasks. Some common uses for Toro mini skid steers include:
Excavating and digging foundations Demolition work Planting and seeding
Snow and ice removal Stall and barn cleaning Material handling and lifting
Soil and mulch spreading Grading and leveling Landscaping and gardening tasks
Toro Mini Skid Steer Specs
Here are some of the mini skid steer models offered by Toro:
Toro Dingo attachments are specifically designed to work with Toro Dingo mini skid steer loaders. Using the attachments ensures that your mini skid steer operates at peak performance and delivers the best results. The attachments are designed to be easy to operate and provide clear sight lines, allowing operators to work efficiently and accurately. Click here to see the full line of Toro Mini Skid Steer Attachments.
How Much Does a Used Toro Mini Skid Steer Cost?
Here are some examples of used Toro Mini Skid Steers for sale through FleetNow:
Toro Mini Skid Steer Reviews
Toro Dingo Mini Skid Steers
Dale Hawker, a member of the “Toro Dingo For Sale / Attachments” group on Facebook, says that overall value, performance, and serviceability are “exceptional” for Toro Dingos. Dale says that serviceability and availability of parts for Toro Dingos is “terrible.”
Jeff Short, a member of the “Toro Dingo For Sale / Attachments” Facebook group is not happy with his experience with Toro Dingos. Jeff says, “Tracks done at 350 hours, drive motors done at 1,000 hours. If you don’t build at least $160 an hour into your run time, you will lose!”
Bob Carraway, a member of the “Toro Dingo For Sale / Attachments” Facebook group has been happy with his experiences with Toro Dingos. Bob says, “I had a 220 for 20 years. Loved it, very little issues. But a 223 2 years age love it also. Easy to get around in tight spot and hard to get stuck.”
Where Can I Find A Toro Mini Skid Steer For Sale?
Used Toro mini skid steers can be bought through online marketplaces, like FleetNow, a heavy equipment dealer like Herc Rentals, or local dealers which can be found through the “Where To Buy” page on Toro’s website.
Here’s a Video Detailing the Toro Dingo Line:
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Where are Toro Dingos made?
Toro Dingos are made at the Toro facility in Tomah, Wisconsin.
How much can a Toro Dingo lift?
Every Toro Dingo skid steer model can lift a different amount of weight. The Dingo TX1000, for example, can lift 1,000-plus pounds.
What engine is in a Toro Dingo?
Depending on model, Toro Dingos have either a Kubota or a Kohler air-cooled gasoline engine.
What is the difference between the Toro Dingo 525 and the Toro Dingo 1000?
The Toro Dingo TX525 is smaller and less powerful than the Toro Dingo TX1000.
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