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Toro® TRX Trenchers Get More Done in Less Time
April 15th, 2009
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Joe Haggert, outside salesperson for Revell Supply in Jackson, Miss., has noticed how much simpler it is for his customers to use the TRX trencher versus other models on the market. Electrical contractors are really impressed with how maneuverable Toro™s trenchers are. On average, it cuts down their time on the job by an hour, simply because it™s easier to get on and off the trailer and in position to dig the trench, says Haggert. Our customers are using the trenchers on short drops that they would have traditionally done by hand. Since the Toro TRX requires less effort to maneuver and travels faster, it™s now more efficient for them to trench in those short drops.
Simple, operator-friendly controls and superior performance also make these gas-powered machines more productive and easier to learn and operate than typical wheeled trenchers — providing significant benefits to rental yards, contractors and homeowners. We™ve been renting the Toro trencher to quite a few homeowners. It™s much easier to rent to these people because it™s a lot easier to operate. These homeowners are using it to bury wires and irrigation systems, explains Pierson of Stoels Rental.
For Patrick Conley, president of Equipment One in Tulsa, Okla., it™s the positive customer feedback he™s noticed. A lot of the contractors renting from us use the unit for plumbing and electrical applications. These guys were used to other trenchers, and after they use the Toro model, they tell us how much better it is.