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The blades of this dual-stage snow blower don't touch the ground directly, so there is no damage to be done to either the surface you are cleaning or the machine itself. This allows you to clean delicate concrete and even gravel driveways and sidewalks. See More
The 27" wide auger makes this machine very efficient when it comes to cleaning sidewalks as it requires only two passes to clean a regular two-person sidewalk, which usually is 42" to 60" wide. Keep in mind that the regular auger sizes are 20", 24”, 27" and 30". While the smaller 24" units would not be able to clean a perfect 48" walk with just two passes (due to the overlap between the passes), the 30” units are simply too expensive. On average, the price difference between a 27” and a 30” snowblower (of the same model line) is 20%. See More
The four-stroke gasoline engine is a stand-out feature of this snow blower. While being more efficient than its two-stroke competitors, it's also less demanding when it comes to maintenance. With this engine, you will not need to deal with the hassle of mixing gasoline and oil. See More
Even though this machine weighs a lot (212 pounds), the steering is very easy. The amount of brute force you need to apply to control the machine is the bare minimum, thanks to the power steering feature of this snow blower. This feature allows you to turn the machine with a pull of a lever. There are two power steering levers located on the handle of this snow blower if you pull the left lever the machine will steer left, however, pulling the left lever will steer it left while the right lever steers it that way. See More
The massive 32” wide auger of this machine can clean 21.7” deep snow at a stunning discharge rate of up to 75 T/h. It is perfect for cleaning large 10 - 16 car driveways and long sideways. Moreover, you can lift the auger off the ground and clean snow from your backyard lawn. This is something you are not able to do with snow blowers that don't have the variable auger hight control. See More
To prevent gravel, stones, and grass from entering the auger, you can use a pneumatic strut to raise the auger housing to the appropriate hight. Once the auger is high enough, you can safely clean snow from gravel driveways and grassy backyards. See More
The dual track drive of this snow blower gives you a massive amount of traction, which allows this machine to flawlessly move through rough, icy, and uneven terrains. The tracks are made from pliable, low-temperature rubber of very high quality. See More
Contrary to the majority of dual stage snow blowers, which have a discrete speed range, this machine has an infinitely variable speed control (the range of possible speeds is continuous). It lets you choose any speed value below the maximum speed, allowing you to easily get the perfect speed for current snow conditions and your personal preferences. See More
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