Oh yeah, the picture above also shows the business end of the cutting deck and you can clearly see the aggressive blade we use that pulverizes grass, leaves, pines cones, and everything else that gets in its path. Our mechanic Joe loves the accessibility of the filters for easy maintenance and little design features like good clearance around fittings for repairing or replacing lines and hoses. Check out this pic.
Of course the crew loves operating this baby. It is the most comfortable machine to operate in the fleet with a control center that has everything at your fingertips. Below you can see the helm of the 4300.
So in closing, you'll have to trust me that the 53K was worth it on the new 4300. I mean the last thing we need is "out of control" rough. With this machine, we can keep the rough under control because the only time it will be in the shop is too change the blades. We won't be wasting time and money keeping the decks in working order and we won't be repairing dead turf areas from oil leaks. This is no experiment on my part because I know from experience as this new 4300 is actually our second one. Our first 4300 has been out on the course for over a year with no issues. I just love it. Just don't tell my wife I have a new love at the golf course, she'll be jealous. Click here to go to the TORO website and see all the features and specs on the 4300.