Power Equipment

Toro Z MASTER 2000 HDX 48" MyRide

$15,499 Ride Away

Model: 77280. The TITAN HD 2000 Series with MyRIDE® delivers durability, professional results and unmatched comfort, all at an outstanding value for acreage owners and budget-minded pros.

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Tackle your toughest jobs, on or off the mower, with the all-new tool-mounting capability, bringing unmatched utility and productivity right to your fingertips.

Innovative Tool Carrying

TITAN HD provides you the exclusive ability to safely and easily attach your tools and accessories directly to the mower with the innovative tool-mounting brackets.

Choose Your Ride Settings

Each person who uses the mower can quickly and easily adjust the ride settings to their personal preference, making the Titan HD the king of custom comfort.

Commercial-Grade Durability

From the durable 7/10-gauge high strength steel TURBO FORCE® cutting deck, to the rugged 3” x 2” tubular frame and commercial-grade hydraulics, the TITAN HD zero turn mowers are built to last.

TURBO FORCE Cutting Decks

Landscape professionals worldwide rely on Toro’s patented TURBO FORCE® decks for outstanding quality of cut and durability. Nothing cuts as fast or well as TURBO FORCE.

Toro Commercial-Grade Engines

Powerful and reliable Toro engines are built specifically for the TITAN HD 2000 Series to provide optimal performance and reliability. Heavy-duty features like the two-barrel carburetor, automotive-style piston assembly, cast-iron cylinder liners, and self-cleaning air filter housing ensure this engine is up to the task.

Commercial-Grade Hydraulics

Integrated pump and wheel motor eliminates hoses and other potential leak points for reliability and a smoother, faster response. 

Height Of Cut Adjustment

Change the deck height quickly and easily with this intuitively designed panel.

Technical Specifications

Warranty & Dimensions

Machine: 4 years / 750 hours (whichever occurs first). 

Engine: 4 years. 

Belts, Tyres & wear parts: 90 days. 

Battery: 1 year (first 90 days parts and labour, balance of year parts only).

160.3 cm
Minimum Gate Width (deflector up)
137.4 cm
208.3 cm
179.1 cm
Fuel Tank Capcacity
Shipping Weight
421.4 kg


Toro LC2P77F-HD, Spec 136-7822 (original), 136-7823 (service), 18.3 kW (24.5 hp), 708 cc, overhead valve, V-twin (cast iron sleeves) single camshaft, air cooled engine with full pressure lubrication and full flow oil filter. Air cleaner is canister heavy duty style with single paper filter element.

Height of Cut

3.8 cm to 12.7 cm – 15 positions with 6.4 mm increments. Foot operated deck lift.

Deck Size

121.9 cm (48.0 inch).

Deck Configuration

Right side discharge, three blade mid-mount rotary. Fabricated 7/10-gauge steel Turbo force deck with welded reinforcements, mounting brackets and gauge wheel brackets. The deck is frame suspended from the frame by four chains.


Front – 13 x 6.5-6 inch, 4 ply rated, smooth tread. 

Rear – 23 x 9.5 12 inch, 4 ply rated, Turf Traction tread.

Hydro Drive Unit

Twin Hydro-Gear ZT-3100 hydrostatic transaxles with charge pumps.

Ground Speed

14.5 km/h – forward.

We offer specialised and professional servicing

Our factory trained technicians understand how valuable your time is and ensure top-level maintenance and repairs for your valued vehicle, along with a variety of specialised work.

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