- Type: Dual-Stage
- Engine: 8.9 HP OHV
- Clearing Width: 28" (71.2 cm)″
- Starter: 120 volt electric/recoil
Brand Honda GX270 Type 2 stage Horsepower 8.9 HP OHV Starting System 120 volt electric/recoil Fuel Tank 1.58 gal
In-Dash_Headlights Optional Heated_Handles N/A Weight 240.0 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 28" (71.2 cm) Clearing Height 20” Material Serrated Steel
Material Durable Metal Chute_Rotation Remote Turning_Radius 210º Max_Throwing_Distance Up to 49 feet
Honda does it rightBy Jeremy(Owner), Oct. 27, 2010We have massive amounts of snow every year and I don't think I could live without my Honda snowblower. It wasn't cheap, but it was money well spent. It's tracked, so it never slips around and you don't have to push it - it propels itself forward. This machine will clear anything.
When you need a SEROUS snowblowerBy J Glenn(Owner), Jan. 12, 2011If you want to clear a lightly covered driveway with an inch of light fluffy snow: this is NOT the tool for the job. If you want to cut through a 5' snowbank that is two months old: this is a great tool for the job. (I did that 2nd thing last night! It took four passes since each pass only cuts off the top 12" or so... but that hydrostatic track drive will crawl up the snowbank and keep digging forward.) One thing I've learned: most everyday kind of snowblowing can be done with the engine at IDLE!