Toro Titan Z4800

The Toro Titan Z4800 zero turn lawn mower comes with a 48 inch mower deck (hopefully obvious from the name of the lawnmower!). This mower deck houses 3 blades. They are made from 1/4″ thick steel that has been heat treated to prolong their operating life. The mower deck can be lowered down to 1.5 inches above the ground and up to a height of 4.5 inches above the ground. This is done using a spring assisted foot lever. The blades are belt driven and are engaged through an electric PTO. For dealing with the grass clippings, you have the option of a mulching kit to turn them into a nutritious mulch or alternatively you can purchase a bagger to collect them.

The engine that powers this mower deck on the Toro Titan Z4800 is a Briggs & Stratton twin cylinder model. This engine produces 22 hp. It has a number of features that help to extend it’s lifespan. These include overhead valves and a full pressure lubrication system. The engine draws gasoline from a fuel tank that can hold up to 15.1 liters (4 US gallons). The engine on the Titan Z 4800 transfers power from the engine to the wheels using a dual hydrostatic transmission. The power the wheels receive is controlled by the dual levers in front of the operator. These lever are also used to control the direction of the lawnmower.

The front wheels on the Toro Titan Z4800 are fairly small as they don’t carry much weight. They each measure 10×4 (10 inch diameter, 4 inch width). The rear wheels which carry the majority of the Z 4800’s weight each measure 20×9 (20 inch diameter, 9 inch width). The rear wheels have a turf thread, while the front wheels are bald. Similar models to this one are the Toro Titan ZX4800 and the Toro Titan ZX5000 zero turn lawnmowers.

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  1. Ronald Coughlin says:

    My biggest complaint is the failure of the cutting blade housing bearings, my 1984 Toro NEVER had a failed bearing (it had grease fittings). Perhaps you should investigate going back to grease fittings instead of sealed bearings…….

    Year of Manufacture: 2008
    Pros: Easy to operate, cuts fine
    Cons: Blade housing bearings have failed (all 3), Idler pulley failed destroying the cutting belt, cutting deck roller wheel shafts bend, cutting deck does not float like my old Toro, deck travel too low (get stuck in wet ground because deck cannot be raised high enough)

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