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Husqvarna 970449301 24" 212cc Two Stage Gas Snow Blower

Item# 07111699000P | Model# 970449301 | Added on September 17, 2019 |
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Husqvarna 970449301 24" 212cc Two Stage Gas Snow Blower
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Husqvarna has been developed for homeowners who need a high-performing snow blower to clear snow from large garage driveways and paths. Adjustable skid shoes allow the machine to work regardless of surface conditions. An efficient two-stage system delivers plenty of throwing capacity, and a friction-disc transmission ensures smooth operation. Features include  an electric starter for quick startups in any weather. Working width is 24 inches. Suitable for all snow conditions.Husqvarna two-stage blower with a 24 in. clearing width is suitable for all snow conditions and 212cc, 6.3 HP engine delivers enough power for efficient snow throwing performance. Ribbon auger mixes air into the snow, which makes the snow easy to handle and thereby ensures efficient clearing. Electric starting via a power outlet connection allows for push-button engine startups and easy-to-adjust speed control offers 4 forward speeds and 1 reverse speed.Remote chute rotator allows for fast and easy change of the chute direction via a lever on the panel. Semi-pneumatic tires offer smooth operation while non-clogging treads prevent snow from sticking.

  • Only available for store pickup in Sears Hometown Stores
  • This 2-stage snow blower has an excellent feature set including 24-in clearing width, 23-in clearing height and 212cc engine
  • Easy-to-adjust speed; 4 forward, 1 reverse
  • With our easy-to-use electric starter system all you have to do is connect to a power outlet and start the engine by pressing a
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