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Craftsman 88781 24" 208cc Electric Start Dual-Stage Snow Thrower

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Craftsman 88781 24" 208cc Electric Start Dual-Stage Snow Thrower
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Leave Your Shovel in the Garage Never shovel deep snow again and save your back by clearing your driveway and walkway with the Craftsman 88781 24" 208cc electric start dual-stage snow thrower.  The 24" clearing width and 21" intake height will easily handle what winter delivers.  Use the remote crank discharge chute control to easily adjust the direction the snow is thrown.  With electric start, just plug in an extension cord, push the button, and you are ready to go.  The 208cc Craftsman 4-cycle engine provides all the power you need to get the snow cleared and get you back on your couch quickly.

  • Craftsman 208cc OHV engine provides the power to clear the snow quickly
  • 4-cycle engine means no need to mix gas and oil
  • The 24" clearing width gets the job done fast
  • The 12" serrated steel auger and 12" impeller to power through deep and packed snow
  • Power propelled with 6 forward and 2 reverse speeds
  • Remote crank discharge chute direction control to make adjustments without leaving the operator's position
  • Push button starting makes for easy starts in cold environments
  • Large 13" x 4" X-Trac tires provide superior traction
  • Glide Tech reversible skid shoes, are long lasting and prevent scratching of brick and paver drives and will not leave rust stains in your garage
  • Plow handles increase control of the and reduce pressure on your legs and lower back
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By Static_Line82
January 14th
Easy to Use and Worth the Investment

I purchased this snow blower last year as I had become tired of shoveling, but I never had the chance to use it due to lack of snowfall. When I purchased, the delivery company asked where I wanted it, and I set about to getting it out of the heavy duty cardboard crate. The only parts that you need to assemble are the upper handle bars (stored in lowered position) and the chute assembly and adjustment crank (stored separate from machine in crate). As I mentioned, I purchased awhile back, but when the snow finally came, I was anxious to get this outside and try it out. A little gas in the tank and a single pull and she fired right up. I made short work of my corner lot sidewalk and that of my neighbor. Operation was smooth and trouble free in 3" of snow on the walkways. Yeah, it wasn't a ton of snow, but I'm sure this snow blower won't have issues with knee-deep snow. Certainly worth the investment if you're like me and tired of shoveling.

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Static_Line82

Easy to Use and Worth the Investment

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I purchased this snow blower last year as I had become tired of shoveling, but I never had the chance to use it due to lack of snowfall. When I purchased, the delivery company asked where I wanted it, and I set about to getting it out of the heavy duty cardboard crate. The only parts that you need to assemble are the upper handle bars (stored in lowered position) and the chute assembly and adjustment crank (stored separate from machine in crate). As I mentioned, I purchased awhile back, but when the snow finally came, I was anxious to get this outside and try it out. A little gas in the tank and a single pull and she fired right up. I made short work of my corner lot sidewalk and that of my neighbor. Operation was smooth and trouble free in 3" of snow on the walkways. Yeah, it wasn't a ton of snow, but I'm sure this snow blower won't have issues with knee-deep snow. Certainly worth the investment if you're like me and tired of shoveling.

January 14th via sears.com
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