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Craftsman 88640 24" 208cc Dual Stage Snowblower with Zero-Turn Steering

Item# 07188640000P | Model# 88640 | Added on August 10, 2017 |
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$449.88
$959.99
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Tackle the Snow When the snow piles up, pull out the Craftsman 24" dual stage snowblower to clear your driveway and sidewalks with ease. Powered by a 208cc OVH engine, this zero-turn snowblower with X-Trac tires turns and maneuvers through the snow.

  • Ideal for medium to large paved and gravel driveways and sidewalks
  • Powered by 208cc OVH engine runs smoothly
  • Push-button electric start for easy starts in cold temperatures
  • 24" clearing width and 21" intake height lets you clear more snow with each pass
  • 12" serrated steel auger and 12" impeller breaks up and discharges heavy, wet snow
  • 6 forward and 2 reverse speeds customize to your needs
  • EZ Rotation chute control lets you discharge the snow where you want it
  • An extended chute design increases throwing distance and reduces blow back
  • 15" x 5" X-Trac tires for ultimate traction in heavy snow
  • Glide-Tech™ skid shoes eliminate garage rust stains and driveway damage
  • Single hand operation frees up a hand for on-the-go adjustments
  • Mitten-grip starter handle is easy to grasp even while wearing gloves
  • Plow style handles with panel design for convenient shear pin storage
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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By BaronVonPC
March 23rd, 2018
All of the power, features, and full control

Bought this snow blower on sale after researching what type I wanted this past fall, but did not pull the trigger until a nor'easter was heading in and my old snow blower was useless. I am so glad that I did (we just got hit with a second one this week) Even the warm wet snow at a 6 inch depth which would plug any snow blower up in the first pass was easily handled by this powerhouse - like cutting through warm butter. Also, once you get the hang of the controls, the zero turn feature and hand controls are excellent. I wanted the power steering, electric start, and I'm glad I didn't sacrifice on these features as these are big, heavy machines. It starts on the first try - it has the electric start option, which is great when its very cold and the machine has not been used in a while, but not even necessary in my experience so far. I ran it out of gas today and had to pull start it when I filled it back up - it revved up with one pull. I highly recommend this machine, in my experience so far with it, it has the power to throw the 12 to 14 inches of cold snow that I had from the first storm, and much to my surprise it easily handled easily 6 to 8 inches of the wet slushy snow of the second storm. I had every intention of shoveling as I did not expect any snow blower would be able to handle this type of snow without plugging up constantly, but gave it a shot and was happily surprised at how well this unit chewed up and spit out even this heavy wet snow clear across the driveway. I would recommend this unit to anyone, and have had little trouble with Craftsman equipment in the past - plus the great thing about buying Sears brands is that the parts are so easy to get if you need them. My 15 year old riding mower has not needed any, but I have needed parts for my tiller and just use the schematic for the parts breakdown until I find the part I need, and call the local parts center to have it shipped to me or pick it up myself. Excellent service, well built equipment, and you don't have to import replacement parts from China or Japan if you need them. Love this snow blower, and I'm glad I had two major storms to try it out on this year. Definitely put it to the test today, and I'm looking forward to the next storm! Bring it on!

14 found this review helpful
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By smitty36
December 1st, 2017
dont buy

Looks good, does a nice job, but cheaply made and carburetor is junk. sears won't cover any repair under warranty - will blame it on the fuel. used once first season, drained gas for summer, won't start this season. sears won't stand behind their warranty. Not like the old ones.... my 1980's craftsman starts on the first pull season after season. don't waste your money on the new models.

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leroy14
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want to get taken, buy this

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ordered this snowblower on line for $799.00 and 4 days later they priced it for $649.99. they wont do anything about it, they say that it was a on line order and being that onlines don't qualify for price protection. they closed all the store so how do you get one if you don't order on line. what a shady deal that is. ill never spend another penny at sears.

December 7th via sears.com
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Thomasstoudt
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Works GREAT!!!

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I did a lot of research before picking this model. I’ve used it five times so far this season and it has worked fantastic. It always starts by the second pull. The electric start works great for my wife. It just walks through the snow. The zero turn feature makes maneuverability an ease. Once I figured out the controls by the second time, now it almost runs by itself. It’s actually fun now throwing the snow out of my driveway. Highly recommend this machine.

February 17th via sears.com
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Go4it26

don't but

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carburetor is junk. sears won't cover any repair under warranty - will blame it on the fuel. used once first season, drained gas for summer, won't start this season. sears won't stand behind their warranty. Not like the old ones....

February 10th via sears.com
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