Toro Titan ZX6050

The Toro Titan ZX6050 zero turn lawnmower is very similar to the Toro Titan ZX6030 as they both have the same sized mower decks, wheels and transmissions. However, there both have different engines. The engine that powers the Toro ZX 6050 is a Kawasaki twin cylinder. This 4 stroke engine has a displacement of 0.726 liters and uses a fully pressurized lubrication system to keep the engine properly oiled throughout operation. The engine is key started using a 12 volt battery and comes with a 3 year limited warranty to those who’ve purchased it for personal residential use only.

This engine powers the mower deck on the Toro Titan ZX 6050 zero turn mower. The mower deck consists of 3 blades operating together instead of just one large one. The mower deck on the Titan ZX is made from fully welded 10 gauge steel. It can operate as low as 1.5 inches above the ground and raised up to 4.5 inches above the ground. On the leading edge of the mower deck, you will notice 3 anti scalping wheels which help to keep the mower deck constantly elevated and prevent it from scraping the ground below. The mower deck can be raised and lower over very small 0.25 inch increments.

The Toro Titan ZX 6050 transfers power from the engine to the wheels using a dual hydrostatic transmission that gives it a top speed of 12.1 kph (7.5mph) going forwards, while in reverse it has a top speed of 6.1 kph (3.8 mph). The Toro ZX6050 is much more than just a zero turn lawnmower. You can also attach a rear hitch kit to it that is capable of accommodating a whole host of attachments like utility carts, etc. The seat on this lawnmower has an 18 inch back which offers fantastic support to people using it. Please leave your review of this 60″ zero turn mower below.

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  1. Ken R says:

    Easy to say, I have thoroughy enjoyed using my Toro ZX6050 for eight years. Providing servicing is regularly done, this machine performs.

    Year of Manufacture: 2012
    Pros: The Kawasaki 730ci Engine is capably matched to this extraordinary cutter.
    Cons: The mandrels that house the bearings of the drive do not have an ability to be given extra grease via grease nipple
    Attachments: ROPS System

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