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Any feedback? Toro 826 OXE (model 37781)

Seriously considering buying this unit from my local Bucks County, PA dealer.
Could anyone give me any feedback on this unit?
Anything.
I'm comparing this to the 724 OE.

Thank you very much.
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I bought one this season after considering the Arien Deluxe 24". The Toro has the identical auto turn as the Ariens, was better balanced, and weighs 35-40 lbs less. I have a bad back and felt the Toro was the better choice for my needs. I have only used it a few times as we haven't had much snow. The machine worked great and I'm pleased with the purchase.
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Gardawg, could you try to explain the auto turn/automatic steering?
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Gardawg, could you try to explain the auto turn/automatic steering?
Looks like you found your needed info in the video you posted. The Ariens auto turn videos would also help explain the system. Basicly the differential allows the inside wheel to free wheel while the outside wheel drives the machine through the turn. Way easier to turn than than a solid axle
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Yes. Right after posting to you I found video. Looks like a worthwhile feature.
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