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Toro Recalls TimeCutter Riding Mowers

  • Toro TimeCutter Riding Mower
  • Toro TimeCutter Riding Mower
  • Toro TimeCutter Riding Mower Model and Serial Number Plate
Name of Product:
2015 Toro TimeCutter Riding Mowers
The fuel filters on the mowers can become brittle and fractured, allowing fuel to leak and posing a fire hazard.
Recall Date:
November 24, 2015
About 8,600 (in addition, about 400 were sold in Canada)
Consumer Contact

Toro toll-free at 844-521-2384 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. CT Monday through Friday or online at and click on "Safety" at the bottom of the page, then "Product Recall Information" for more information.

Recall Details


The 2015 TimeCutter riding mowers are red and black, with a gray seat. "TORO" is printed on the front and sides of the mower. A black and white "TIMECUTTER" decal is located in front of the operator seat. The model number and serial number are located on a decal affixed to the frame, under the seat. The following models are subject to this recall.


Model Number

Serial Number Range


315000876 - 315002048


315000101 - 315003342


315000152 - 315000437


315000101 - 315001155


315000101 - 315001700


315000101 - 315000150


315000340 - 315001172


315000403 - 315000437


315000178 - 315000320
315001400 - 315001493


315000624 - 315000698


Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled mowers and contact the nearest Toro dealer to schedule a free repair. Consumers with registered machines will receive a letter and a fuel filter, and may contact a Toro Dealer if they are uncomfortable with the replacement procedure. 


The firm has reported five incidents of fuel leaking. No injuries have been reported.

Sold At

Home Depot and other hardware, lawn and garden stores nationwide from November 2014 through October 2015 for about $3,400.

Manufactured In:
United States

The Toro Company, of Bloomington, Minn.

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