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Snowblower/Snowthrower Watch 2017-2018

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Deal Fanatic
Aug 3, 2008
5334 posts
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Ottawa
Those who live in Calgary and shopping for snowblower might want to visit CALGARY DEERFOOT CITY NE location.
They have a number of blowers on sale, most notably:
Troy Bilt 272cc 3-Stage Snow Blower, 24-in is less than 1/2 price for $750 down from $1600. check here: https://stocktrack.ca/?s=ct&q=060-3734-2
Husqvarna 208cc 2-Stage Snowblower, 24-in is $700 (from $1100) https://stocktrack.ca/?s=ct&q=060-3747-2
All Troy-Bilts, Husqvarna and Yardworks on sale too.
Greenworks 80V electric brushless is on sale for $300 (from $550)
Just this location, nothing much in the rest of Canada.
Sr. Member
Dec 27, 2013
517 posts
205 upvotes
Toronto
So the past couple of years I've been draining the gas out of my Toro 724QXE, thought I had read that in this forum in whatever years snowblower thread I purchased it.

However now when I google most sites say to fill the engine as high as possible with gas and stabilizer and store that way (change oil, clean and lubricate etc).

I store it in my garage.

Should I run it til it goes dry, or fill it with gas to the top and stabilizer?
Deal Addict
Feb 15, 2009
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Pbc100 wrote: So the past couple of years I've been draining the gas out of my Toro 724QXE, thought I had read that in this forum in whatever years snowblower thread I purchased it.

However now when I google most sites say to fill the engine as high as possible with gas and stabilizer and store that way (change oil, clean and lubricate etc).

I store it in my garage.

Should I run it til it goes dry, or fill it with gas to the top and stabilizer?
I just bought a toro and it says to run it dry. Then run it again until dry again. Should never put more gas in than you need for more than a month.
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Jun 12, 2007
18328 posts
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London
Pbc100 wrote: So the past couple of years I've been draining the gas out of my Toro 724QXE, thought I had read that in this forum in whatever years snowblower thread I purchased it.

However now when I google most sites say to fill the engine as high as possible with gas and stabilizer and store that way (change oil, clean and lubricate etc).

I store it in my garage.

Should I run it til it goes dry, or fill it with gas to the top and stabilizer?
When I used to store my mower full, it eventually ruined the needle/ seat in the carb (i.e the carb would overflow with gas and eventually drain the tank ) After rebuilding the carb a couple of times, I now store empty after running dry
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Nov 1, 2007
3775 posts
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Scarborough
Any deals currently? Need one this coming winter.
Jr. Member
Sep 10, 2017
176 posts
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Is there a new RFD thread created for 2019-20 season yet ?
Deal Addict
Feb 15, 2009
1499 posts
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Eaglyeye wrote: Is there a new RFD thread created for 2019-20 season yet ?
I don't this so. I never saw a 18-19 one either.

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