- Type: Dual-Stage
- Engine: 6.5 HP OHV
- Clearing Width: 24" (61 cm)″
- Starter: 120 volt electric/recoil
Brand Honda GX200 Type 2 stage Horsepower 6.5 HP OHV Starting System 120 volt electric/recoil Fuel Tank .92 gal
In-Dash_Headlights Optional Heated_Handles N/A Weight 198.0 lbs Consumer_Warranty 3 year limited Commercial_Warranty 3 year limited
Drive Hydrostatic Forward_Speeds Infinitely Variable Speed Control Reverse_Speeds Infinitely Variable Speed Control Tire_Type Dual Track drive Tire_Size N/A Skid_Shoes Rubber Tracks w/Sure-Grip Cleats
Diameter 12" (30.48 cm) Profile Steel 3-Blade
Clearing Width 24" (61 cm) Clearing Height 16.5” Material Serrated Steel
Material Durable Metal Chute_Rotation Remote Turning_Radius 210º Max_Throwing_Distance Up to 46 feet
Well worth the $$By JackPo(Owner), Mar. 2, 2013I had a hydro Skag mower and learned to love hydro performance. When I decided on a blower replaement for an undersized unit (+100' steep slope driveway, I knew I wanted a tracked blower. The hydro drive tracked Honda was very pricy versus larger blowers with frills (hand warmers, for example), but the consistent power, traction and adjustable ground leveling capability blew away my expectations in the recent storm "Nemo" where we received 36" in one dump...a record. The depth complicated the job, but it proved itself to be worth every penny of the cost. My neighbor had a brand new, larger x-brand that struggled...as did he. If you have a hill, this is the blower to get.
EXCELLENTBy Claude E Hunter Jr(Owner), Feb. 16, 2015This is a really nice snow blower, my husband had one for 14 years and it worked perfectly fine, until someone stole it out of our garage. My husband would snow blow at 4 blocks when ever it snowed and before he would go to the fire House to work. I could not understand who could do this because he helped every one in the neighborhood. My husband was really upset for a long time.