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- Gasoline or electric powered.
- A single-stage blower uses a rotating, rubber tipped auger to pick up snow from driveways and sidewalks and throw it either forward or through a chute in a single motion.
- Do not use a single-stage blower on gravel driveways, as the blower could pick up and sling stones.
- A two-stage blower can be used on gravel and is best for large areas or deep snow. This blower operates by first picking up snow with a slow turning metal auger, then slinging it out a chute from a fast-spinning impeller. These types are usually self-propelled.
- Desirable features include easy chute and deflector adjustment, headlights and folding handles for easy storage.
- Choose the model based on the typical amount of snow in your area. For areas with 12” to 18” of snow, recommend a two-stage model with 7 to 9 hp. For areas with moderate accumulations, recommend a 5.5 to 8 hp machine. For a smooth surfaces and light snowfall, recommend a single-stage blower.
- Clearing paths for two-stage blowers range from 21” to 31”.
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