Murray 1695540

Murray 1695540
$1,100
  • Type: Dual-Stage
  • Engine: 11.5 HP OHV 4-Cycle
  • Clearing Width: 27" (68.6 cm)″
  • Starter: 120 volt electric/recoil

Snowblower Specifications

  • Engine
    Brand Briggs & Stratton
    Type 2 stage
    Horsepower 11.5 HP OHV 4-Cycle
    Starting System 120 volt electric/recoil
    Fuel Tank 3 quarts (2.84 liters)
  • Overview
    In-Dash_Headlights N/A
    Heated_Handles N/A
    Weight 180 Lbs. (81.65 kilograms)
    Consumer_Warranty 2-Yr Limited
    Commercial_Warranty N/A
  • Drive System
    Drive Friction Disc
    Forward_Speeds 6 forward
    Reverse_Speeds 2 reverse
    Tire_Type X-trac
    Tire_Size 16” x 4.8” (41x12 cm)
    Skid_Shoes Standard
  • Impeller
    Diameter 12" (30.48 cm)
    Profile Welded steel
  • Auger
    Clearing Width 27" (68.6 cm)
    Clearing Height 21" (53.3 cm)
    Material Serrated Steel
  • Chute
    Material Plastic
    Chute_Rotation 3.5x Crank
    Turning_Radius 190°
    Max_Throwing_Distance 3'–50' (0.9–15.2 m)

Snowblower Reviews

  • murray 1695540
    By gary (Owner), Dec. 31, 2010
    got mine at home dopot dont know why but it was under priced went together easy and worked great briggs motor 11.5 hp is plenty powerful best of all
    MADE IN U>S>A> assembled by union workers
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  • Murray Dual-Stage Snowthrower Mod# 1695540
    By Gary(Owner), Feb. 22, 2011
    Murray made a great snowthrower, it handled the last three snow storms with no problem.
    I bought mine at Homedepot great price. It starts on the first pull everytime. The Briggs&Stratton 11.5 HP has the power to handle the heavy snow that we got in Maryland.
    I added a headlight (10 min job)and non-abrasive skid shoes, a must for asphalt drive way.
    Murray should not have discontinued this model as they built a winner!
    • Performance
    • Interior
    • Quality & Reliability
    • Overall Value
  • Murray Dual-Stage Snowthrower Mod# 1695540
    By Gary(Owner), Feb. 22, 2011
    Murray made a great snowthrower, it handled the last three snow storms with no problem.
    I bought mine at Homedepot great price. It starts on the first pull everytime. The Briggs&Stratton 11.5 HP has the power to handle the heavy snow that we got in Maryland.
    I added a headlight (10 min job)and non-abrasive skid shoes, a must for asphalt drive way.
    Murray should not have discontinued this model as they built a winner!
    • Performance
    • Interior
    • Quality & Reliability
    • Overall Value

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