The Toro Dingo TX 425 Wide Track compact utility loader is designed to handle a variety of landscapes and difficult terrain. The dedicated track drive has reinforced rubber tracks that are 9.5 inches wide, which allows the loader to provide full ground engagement and flotation in all conditions for optimum traction and digging power. The machine is powered by a 25-hp, air-cooled Kohler Command Pro Series engine.
“At 25 hp, the TX 425 engine is the most powerful of any in Toro's utility loader line, which means it can tackle tough digging, deep trenching and unforgiving terrain,” says Greg Lawrence, Dingo product marketing manager for Toro.
The Dingo TX 425 offers more than 35 quick-change attachments, including an auger, trencher, hydraulic breaker, and vibratory plow (pictured). With the Toro quick-attach system, attachments may be added or removed by turning two locking pins, and, for hydraulic attachments, connecting two hydraulic lines. A four-pump, independent hydraulic system allows the operator to direct power where and when it is needed. A dedicated auxiliary hydraulic circuit provides 11.2 gpm of flow at 3,000 psi of hydraulic power.
The TX 425 is also designed to be easy to use. “The Toro machine has a patented TX control system that is extremely easy to learn, so new operators can become productive almost immediately,” Lawrence says. “Two simple controls operate all of the traction and loader functions.”
Verified by Greg Lawrence, Dingo product marketing manager for Toro.
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Hydraulic power: 3,000 psi
Available attachments: More than 35
Engine: 25 hp