- Type: Dual-Stage
- Engine: 4 cycle / 9.0ft.-lbs. Gross Torque
- Clearing Width: 24" (61 cm)″
- Starter: Electric with Recoil Back-up
Brand Briggs & Stratton Type 2 stage Horsepower 4 cycle / 9.0ft.-lbs. Gross Torque Starting System Electric with Recoil Back-up Fuel Tank 0.75 Gal
In-Dash_Headlights Standard Halogen Headlight Heated_Handles N/A Weight 176.0 lbs Consumer_Warranty 2-Yr Limited Commercial_Warranty 90-Day Limited
Drive Friction Disc-Drive Forward_Speeds 6 forward Reverse_Speeds 2 reverse Tire_Type ArticTrac Tire_Size 13” X 5” Skid_Shoes Reversible
Diameter 12" (30.48 cm) Profile Steel 3-Blade
Clearing Width 24" (61 cm) Clearing Height 19.75” Material Aluminum
Material Steel Chute_Rotation Manual Turning_Radius 190° (3.5 Turns) Max_Throwing_Distance Up to 38'
Good Snow BlowerBy James Nidds(Owner), Jan. 29, 2011Starts easily, metal construction and large tires are great. I went from a single stage Snow Blower to this one. The snapper two stage is a lot less effort to use and less work for the operator. This snow blower was especially good at clearing the icy snow left by the plows at the end of the driveway. The steel chute is also great because you can hear the icy snow hitting it as the snow ejects from the unit. Plastic chute from some other brand may crack under this strain. Overall a great Snow Blower.
So far, so good.By Matt (Owner), Aug. 6, 2011Got the snowblower toward the end of the season. Got tired of shoveling 50 feet of driveway and 50 feet of sidewalk.
I bought it just after i had shoveled a three foot snowfall. I used it when I got home to widen what I had already shoveled. It did not have any problem at all with the three feet of snow. I ended up clearing my entire driveway with no problem. It really throws the snow far. I found myself hitting my house from 20 feet away some times.
The next snow was heavy and wet. It was about eight inches deep. It worked great. It didn't throw the snow nearly as far as the first time, but I'm guessing that's because the snow was so heavy.
It has a cap on the gas tank with stuff that drips in to keep the fuel fresh. I just started it (Aug. 6, 2011) with one pull. fired right up.
I did not have any problem steering it. It's pretty easy to move around. Although, It works better on the smooth surface of my asphalt driveway than the concrete sidewalk. It wants to jump a little on the sidewalk. I have to press down on it to lift up the front end just a bit when I do the sidewalk.
Great NY snowblowerBy Ginny(Owner), Oct. 29, 2015Easy to use and heavy duty- so glad I chose this one!