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After much research, Honda, Toro and Ariens seemed to be the most respected brands.
Based on my experience yesterday I have no doubt that this snow thrower can easily handle 10-12 inches or more of powdery snow without breaking a sweat.
The owner's manual does not say that and instructs to set the choke to the right and then prime one or two times.
Somewhat disappointed in Toro. While they probably have made advances in the chassis and blade design, it almost seems as if they are using engine technology from 20 years ago. Read morePublished on February 21, 2011 by H. Brown (NY, NY)
Of course I haven't tested them all, but for 2" to 12"+ it is the best snowblower I have ever used or seen in use... Read morePublished on February 7, 2011 by dddrock
I bought this snowblower in mid-December. I did everything that the manual recommeded to do i.e. used fresh gasoline with the correct oil mixture, set the choke to the right,... Read morePublished on January 25, 2011 by Kaz
I LOVE this snow blower. Every time I use it I think it was the best purchase ever.
I love that I can change the direction of the discharge quickly and easily without... Read more
Thought Toro was such a great name.
When the conditions are ideal for this blower (ie. dry powder no deeper than 3 or 4") work beautifully. Read more