A snowblower makes it easy to clear snow from walkways, driveways and other areas. Like other outdoor power equipment, the snowblower must be properly maintained for safety purposes and in order to operate efficiently.
Most snowblowers, or snow throwers as they are commonly referred to, are classified as either single-stage or dual-stage. Single-stage models use one auger to collect and throw the snow and work best on snow that is six inches deep or less. Dual-stage snowblowers use an auger to collect the snow and an impeller to throw it; these models can handle snow up to one foot deep or more, depending on the auger housing.
Repair Clinic has all the parts you need to keep your snowblower in good condition, from engine parts such as spark plugs, carburetors, fuel filters, and ignition coils, to replacement auger blades, scraper blades, shear pins, drive belts, and much more. Enter the full model number of your snowblower, or the snowblower’s engine, into the Repair Clinic website search bar to see a complete list of compatible parts. Repair Clinic stocks replacement parts that fit snowblowers manufactured by Craftsman, Toro, Ariens, Honda, MTD, Troy-bilt, and Cub Cadet, among many others, but you always want to make sure you’re purchasing the specific part that matches your equipment.
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