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Husqvarna 1830HV 30-Inch 414cc SnowKing Gas Powered Two Stage Snow Thrower With Electric Start & Power Steering (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Convenient trigger control power steering allows superior maneuverability in adverse conditions.
  • Connect to a power outlet and start the engine by pressing a button, ensures that you'll never have to worry about a dead battery.
  • Chain drive transmission
  • 16-Inch by 5-inch wheels
  • LED Headlight
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Power Source gas-powered gas-powered gas-powered gas-powered
Length 52 inches 51 inches 52 inches 52 inches
Height 42 inches 28 inches 42 inches 42 inches
Width 30 inches 34 inches 27.5 inches 27 inches
Weight 261 pounds 240 pounds 238 pounds 326 pounds
Clearing Width 30" Working Width, 414 cc Cylinder Displacement 24" Clearing Width 27" Working Width, 291 cc Cylinder Displacement 27" Working Width, 414 cc Cylinder Displacement
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 52 x 30 x 42 inches ; 261 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 324 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is available for shipping in the U.S. except for California and to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0053WVMES
  • Item model number: 1830HV
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #90,197 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Equipped with a 18 gross torque SnowKing engine, the two-stage Husqvarna 1830HV has the capacity to clear 30-inch wide paths and 23-inch high snow depths. An efficient two-stage auger/impellor system provides first class clearing and ejection. This unit features trigger controlled power steering for easy turning, and single hand control allows operators to adjust chute controls while wheels and auger are engaged. A push button electric starter that works off a power outlet means that you'll never have to worry about a dead battery and allows for effortless starting in cold conditions. The LED headlight makes operation easy in low light conditions. Unit has 16-inch by 5-inch tires. Options include a drifoot cutter and weight bar.


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Customer Reviews

If you need a big snow blower, I'd highly recommend this one.
GCM
First impressons are a pain to control speed forward because no indication in the controls of where you have it set.
Passkey
It starts easy from the pull and the electric start is welcome when the machine has been out of use for a while.
el jefe

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Justaddwata on January 26, 2012
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Yeah I know - here is another snow blower review without snow to blow. I cannot make snow but I can share my thoughts on this unit.

I had been watching this unit all season and it was the end of season discount that drove me to bite. Good value IMO.

Crate is big but appropriate. Shipping company did a nice job and delivered into my garage (despite my long narrow drive - reason for purchase!!). No damage to packaging at all. They called in advance to schedule delivery and again 1 hour before delivery. Great service!

Assembly was straight forward and took 20 minutes or so. Everything goes where it should. Nothing missing and nothing extra (other than shear bolts). It is not a complex assembly. It could be assembled by someone with no real mechanical skill in under an hour with the instructions. I am not sure about the ordeal the other reviewer went through - Maybe turn the light on!!.

Unit was not as heavy to move around as I expected. Quite robust but in no way compares to my Husky walk behind mower. Looks plenty adequate for the task.

Did not take much gas - less than a gallon (have not read instructions as to how much exactly). Guess I may need to carry a gas can down the driveway just in case. Was already filled with oil. Not sure the other reviewers complaint about the dipstick. Is actually more accurate the way it is installed. Think someone just wanted to complain!

Priming and prep for starting was very straight forward. I did not read the instructions once more but decided to hand start it rather than electric (since no one had mentioned hand starting). It fired to life before the first pull was complete so I cannot say anything bad about that. She is plenty loud (especially in my garage). Controls were easy to learn and work.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By David J. Yanosy on March 29, 2013
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The first snowblower sent to me had a damaged control panel, but amazon quickly fixed the problem and sent me a new one right away....the second one was in great condition and assembly was straightforward....I put gas in and it started up no problem....as mentioned before in some reviews, reverse is a little tricky to find (I'm thinking it is a minor adjustment of some sort)....Either way, this machine LAUNCHES snow!!! It takes a little while to get used to the power, but this snowblower will handle any type of snow including wet, thick snow...The neighbors will be jealous!!!!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Michael A. Gallo on January 27, 2012
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I purchased this two years ago, but the past winters were mild so it did not get used much and no heavy snow. This year it is a different situation, lots of snow. The design of the transmission on this and all of the cheaply made and poorly designed snow throwers uses a friction wheel system to drive the machine forward and backwards. Due to non existant quality control, some of the engines which are used leak small amounts of oil, which eventually ends up on the friction wheel which is installed below the motor. That oil will not allow friction wheel to gain any traction, so it will not go forward or in reverse until you access the wheel by removal of the back maintenance plate and clean it off, a time consuming and annoyance each time it is used more than two hours.

Also, to bring this 300 pound monster in for repair to an authorized dealer, of which there are few and far between, is another issue.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Alex B on January 31, 2012
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The 414 cc motor is massive compared to the rest of the competitors (normally equipped with 200cc or 250cc motors) and offers tremendous amount of power, to the point that this beast is very difficult to keep down and more in general to maneuver. I added a weight bar and things improved but not as I wished or expected (I'm wondering if I should try to add a second weight bar).
The tires (perhaps the problem is determined by the wrong inflating pressure) are not that great either: maybe because of the high power they tend to slip too much to further detriment to the general maneuverability.
The mouth is massive but, somehow, the blades seem to be undersized (especially if compared to an Ariens).
The thrower does a good, realiable and consistent job, however, the one thing that I'm really unpleased with are the lateral skid-shoes: the machine comes with basic, cheap, metal skid shoes: don't know if they need to be adjusted but they tend to "scrape" too much on the pavement and sometimes the whole mouth gets stuck. I'm considering uprading to the non-abrasive composite material, or perhaps even the rolling version skid shoes, and see if that improves maneuverability.
The electric start is a great feature and guarantees prompt ignition even in the coldest weather.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Charles D. Wick on February 5, 2014
I am so disappointed with this machine that I dont even want to give it one star.

Bought in Oct 2011 and used it twice that winter. Head gasket (chinese engine) blew. Was in shop 3 weeks.

Little snow last year, did not use.

This winter, first time out the drive controls failed. In shop for $200 out of warranty fix.

I just went out. head gasket bolts all out, spewing oil all over. Ariens dealer will give nothing at all on a trade (cost 1400 dollars).

Called Husqvarna, said cant help me, write a letter if dissatisfied. Believe it or not I was polite too.
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