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This machine weighs approximately 4273 pounds.
You will have to find a replacement key. Once you do this you can try to start it by jumping it. You could purchase a battery if you feel comfortable that the machine is okay. I wouldn't put a battery in until I knew if the engine would engine even crank over or not.
The Toro part number for the ignition key is(###) ###-#### You can search the internet to see if you can find them offered for sale or locate you nearest authorized Toro commercial/grounds care equipment dealer and they should be able to provide the key for you.
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The weight information was taken right from Toro's website. The specs are given there for that machine. They have two 4500-D machines listed but they both show the same weight information.
The number that I provided is the key only. It did look like it was a set of two.
Based on the information in the Toro parts diagram. Yes, you are correct it is like a one size fits all.
All 4500-D models were diesel unless someone has changed it.