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Brand new craftsman snowblower

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Screenshot_20220115-114828_Messages.jpg.60802e567f85c0e80bc03de3bf77f4f8.jpg20220115_115213.jpg.3770f28759c7e79d3748dcd3fcc899e7.jpgGot this as a gift, I won't be using it as i love to shovel....still has tags on it and i have receipt 

 

$800 cash pick up in 11566

 

 Product Overview

The 24 in. 208cc Electric Start Two-Stage Snow Blower eliminates pull-starting a cold engine. A reinforced steel housing provides durability and ruggedness for years of use in tough snowy conditions. Its self-propelled drive features 6 forward and 2 reverse speeds which provides control and versatility in any winter condition, while the 13 in. tires offer traction and easier steering in snowy areas. The 180° chute rotation allows for controlled snow flow while the 24 in. clearing width and 21 in. intake height gives you the ability to clear snow quickly. Eliminate garage rust stains and protect surfaces from scuffing with adjustable poly skid shoes.
  • Proudly Made in the USA with Global Materials in Willard, Ohio
  • POWERFUL ENGINE: CRAFTSMAN® 208cc engine
  • ENHANCED CLEARING POWER: Serrated steel augers cut through snow for faster clearing
  • SELF-PROPELLED DRIVE: 6 forward and 2 reverse speeds provides control and versatility in winter conditions
  • CHUTE CONTROL: Control snow flow with 180° chute rotation
  • DURABLE: Reinforced steel housing provides durability and ruggedness
  • EASY ON CONCRETE: Adjustable poly skid shoes eliminate garage rust stains and protect surfaces from scuffing
  • TRACTION: 13-in. tires offer traction and easier steering in snowy areas
 

Specifications

  • Brand Name: Craftsman
  • Product Type: Snow Thrower
  • Brand Name: CRAFTSMAN
  • CARB Compliant: Yes
  • Chute Rotation Turning Radius: 180 degree
  • Clearing Width: 24 inch
  • Depth: 54 inch
  • Engine Brand: Craftsman
  • Engine Displacement: 208 cubic centimetre
  • Engine Type: 4-Cycle
  • Height: 42 inch
  • Intake Height: 21 inch
  • Stage: Two stage
  • Start Type: Electric Start
  • Width: 24 inch
  • Self-Propelled: Yes
  • Powered By: Gas
  • Maximum Throwing Distance: 20 foot
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Worth saving for when you get bombarded, anything over 8" to  10" is a bear to shovel. Your in a short line, most of us dread the task of shoveling. 

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4 hours ago, Highlander1 said:

Worth saving for when you get bombarded, anything over 8" to  10" is a bear to shovel. Your in a short line, most of us dread the task of shoveling. 

Thanks,but I will never use it,I love to shovel

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You should hold on to this Mike, your starting to get up there in age and your back will thank you later.

Still shovel myself, just don’t love it anymore. Neither does my body.

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3 hours ago, LowEnd said:

You should hold on to this Mike, your starting to get up there in age and your back will thank you later.

Still shovel myself, just don’t love it anymore. Neither does my body.

Ha..easy for an old(er) bass player to say 

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