John Deere 522E

John Deere 522E
$649
  • Type: Single-Stage
  • Engine: 148cc OHV
  • Clearing Width: 22” (55cm)″
  • Starter: 110V Electric/Recoil w/Large Mitten Grip

Snowblower Specifications

  • Engine
    Brand Briggs & Stratton
    Type Single stage
    Horsepower 148cc OHV
    Starting System 110V Electric/Recoil w/Large Mitten Grip
    Fuel Tank 2qt (1.9L)
  • Overview
    In-Dash_Headlights N/A
    Heated_Handles N/A
    Weight 93 lbs.
    Consumer_Warranty 2-Yr Limited
    Commercial_Warranty 90-Day Limited
  • Drive System
    Drive Auger Propelled
    Forward_Speeds N/A
    Reverse_Speeds N/A
    Tire_Type Poly
    Tire_Size 7" (18 cm)
    Skid_Shoes N/A
  • Impeller
    Diameter N/A
    Profile N/A
  • Auger
    Clearing Width 22” (55cm)
    Clearing Height 12"
    Material Rubber Edge
  • Chute
    Chute_Rotation Manual
    Turning_Radius 190°
    Max_Throwing_Distance 25 feet (7.62 meters)

Snowblower Reviews

  • P.O.S.
    By Lee(Owner), Jan. 21, 2014
    From the first time I used this snowblower I noticed that it while it does direct most of the snow thru the snorkel, it also sprays a significant amount of snow straight out from the impeller, which means you have to do your driveway at least twice.
    I've had the 522E for about 3 years and I'm DONE with this machine. I will cut my losses and sell it this summer at our garage sale. Then I will go buy the Toro my neighbors use to clear their driveways in half the time. The attached pic shows the crappy job it did after the third pass!
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  • Excellent for smaller spaces
    By Tom Wilson(Owner), Oct. 29, 2014
    My wife was after me to get her her own snow blower for the walk and wooden deck. I purchased this, but now I'm the one using it. I love it because it has a battery start, it light weight and maneuverable and can handle more snow than I thought it would. I use it on the front walkway from the driveway to the house and the rear patio.

    I purchased it in 2010 (its now fall 2014). The only problems I've had are the angle of the chute won't stay where I set it (it needs a different lock washer I think) and this summer I noticed a bunch of oil leaking out of it (don't know why (yet).
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