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Hello. I've bought an older Toro 726 (31763) and was wondering how one is supposed to properly use this unit with the two clutch push/pull levers on the handle. The unit had no manual with it and haven't had a lot of luck finding this info. It's not a big thing I was just wondering about Toro's theory on how this system works. Thx
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Hello. I've bought an older Toro 726 (31763) and was wondering how one is supposed to properly use this unit with the two clutch push/pull levers on the handle. The unit had no manual with it and haven't had a lot of luck finding this info. It's not a big thing I was just wondering about Toro's theory on how this system works. Thx
The clutches engage and disengage the drive to the wheels. pull 1 side up at a time and you can turn on a dime.

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The clutches engage and disengage the drive to the wheels. pull 1 side up at a time and you can turn on a dime.
Thx for the reply. It kind of threw me for a second when I first saw it, have always had the auger/impeller and traction drive levers on the hand grips in the past. Never saw one set up like this one before.
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enter your serial number here and there will be user manuals and parts drawings https://www.toro.com/en/parts?Search...tion=equipment

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enter your serial number here and there will be user manuals and parts drawings https://www.toro.com/en/parts?Search...tion=equipment
Not for the OLD SCHOOL TORO'S. JUST the Drawings are there.

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