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Snapper Single Stage Snowblower

Posted by little_acorn 10 (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 11, 11 at 16:32

Can anyone give me the low down on the Snapper Single Stage Snow-blower? It has electric start and is a left over from last years model.

I would like to know if Snapper is a low end on snow-blowers?


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RE: Snapper Single Stage Snowblower

Snapper products are well made, and will last a long time, with proper care. My Snapper Rear engine riding mower was bought new, by me, back aound 1983, and has been used, by me, ever since. Proper care has a lot to do with long life.
Rusty J.


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RE: Snapper Single Stage Snowblower

That is easing some of the fear that I have had with Snapper since I am very happy with the Honda. Hopefully I will get a good feeling with the Snapper like I have with the Honda.

We just had it delivered today and they showed me how to start it.

I always put Sea-Foam in the gas when I fill my 2 gal. tank. I started using Sea-Foam this year and will always use it from now on Summer and Winter. It keeps the gas fresh and you don't have to worry about anything. It also keeps the motor clean free of deposits of carbon.


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