Snowblower Poor Throwing ~ More cc / hp needed??
The snowthrower has never really thrown the light snow too far (perhaps 15 ft max) but with this heavier packing snow and slush the distance is maximum 3 feet or worse it dribbles and clogs. I can understand this kind of dense, heavy snow is tough to throw but is there a solution to stopping the clogging AND getting much better throwing distance...
1. Does a higher cc / hp engine throw this heavier snow much farther? Does increasing the cc/hp have a direct correlation to the impeller's throwing distance?
2. Toro makes snowblowers with anti-clog technology, they claim. Has anyone tried the snowblower in heavy wet snow to see if this is true. How is the distance throwing on a 255cc Toro snowblower?
3. Ariens has some faster impeller technology with their SHO line. Not to mention they have more snowblowers with higher CCs. Would you recommend an Ariens Platinum 24 SHO to solve this clogging and throwing problem?