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Toro 724 model 38510

Hey Gang...picked up a 724 Toro yesterday for $25. Got it fired up today with no issue...had to replace fuel line...drain water from carb..you know the drill. I was running sweet and I let it run for a while in the driveway while I was working on the Powershift. Of course it stalled while I wasn't watching her and won't restart. I'll check spark tomorrow and if good will throw a chinese carb on her. If no spark, I got a used Honda 6.5 hp dying to power a Toro. I'm sick of messing with points on the old Tec's.
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Nice, you are really scoring on the Toro's lately. Maybe it just ran out of gas . . .

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nice grab, you are coming across a lot of toro's

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I like them......but I don't think the public likes them as well as other brands...not shiny enough.....
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I like them......but I don't think the public likes them as well as other brands...not shiny enough.....
Blame that on that BLOODY Epoxy paint that was used in those years.

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Are you sure it's the paint and not the owners storing them outside in the sunlight ??

Nice score. Hopefully it's just crud in the carb.

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Nice score!

I bet it's corroded points... lots of "fun" popping-off the flywheel several times to dial-in that ignition.


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I popped on a Chinese carb....problem solved!.....the engine ran so good once I started it with ether....I didn't think it was the carb. I never cleaned the original, cause it ran so good once started. Starts right off now.
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I think that 38510 is the wrong model number

current machines
1-toro2450E-38419. 1-toro3000E-38435. 1-toro 3650E-38445
2-toro 521E-38052. 1-toro xl824pt 38086
1-.............,TORO XL 624ps..............
1-............, TORO XL 824ps..............
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