Toro Power Clear 421Q
759.95 to 859.95
- Type: Single-Stage
- Engine: 163cc OHV 4-cycle
- Clearing Width: 21" (53.3 cm)″
- Starter: Recoil/Electric
Brand Toro R*Tek Type Single stage Horsepower 163cc OHV 4-cycle Starting System Recoil/Electric Fuel Tank 1.1 qt
In-Dash_Headlights N/A Heated_Handles N/A Weight 89 lbs Consumer_Warranty 2-Year Full Coverage Commercial_Warranty N/A
Drive Power Propel Self-Propel Forward_Speeds N/A Reverse_Speeds N/A Tire_Type Alternate Bar Tread Tire_Size 7" x 1.5" (17.78 cm x 3.81 cm) Skid_Shoes N/A
Diameter N/A Profile N/A
Clearing Width 21" (53.3 cm) Clearing Height 12.5” Material Rubber
Material Plastic Chute_Rotation Quick Shoot Turning_Radius 180° Max_Throwing_Distance Up to 35 feet (10.67m)
Toro Power Clear 421QBy Walter Yingling(Owner), Jan. 2, 2013Buying this snowblower got us THE single
WORST piece of equipment of any kind that we have ever owned. Their made in China carburetors were defective all over America, I understand. The only good thing is that our dealer is absolutely the best and has put on a new carburetor and parts among the many things it has needed. The first time this winter it would not start and now that it is back it has yet another gas leak. Toro tried to cover this up by changing the model number from 421 to 621. We have finally had enough and the dealer is working out a price for us to get a new 621. I do like the features like electric start, but the 421 is pure crap. And, Toro has been NO help and shows NO concern. Do not buy a 421, no, don't even take one if someone wants to give you one.
Toro 421By Rich U(Owner), Mar. 6, 2013What a Mother to get started, but once going will clear most every Dust of Snow in it's way!
Fantastic for heavy snow.