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Murray 1695537 21-Inch 190cc 4-Cycle OHV Briggs & Stratton Snow Series Gas Powered Single Stage Snow Thrower (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Murray
3.7 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews

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  • Ideal for light-use conditions 4-inches to 6-inches of snow
  • Lightweight, maneuverable and easy to use
  • Fold-down handle for easy storage
  • Clog-resistant discharge chute
  • Non-CARB Compliant/Not For Sale In California
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Knock Snow Out Cold with Snow Removal equipment at Patio, Lawn & Garden

Product Description

Briggs & Stratton Snow Series Engine
Recoil start
190cc
4 cycle
Single stage
Ideal for light-use conditions 4" to 6" of snow
Lightweight, maneuverable and easy to use
Auger propelled drive system
Clog resistant discharge chute
Fold down handle for easy storage

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 31.7 x 22.8 x 29.5 inches ; 97 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 81.7 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: This item is available for shipping in the U.S. except for California and to select countries outside the U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B002JIN6TS
  • Item model number: 1695537
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #192,833 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Customer Reviews

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Absolutely Recommended! Ordered on Thursday and paid the extra cost of $3.XX for next day delivery because we had a huge snow storm in the forecast. The Snowblower and the storm arrived the next day and the snow blower was really needed. It was very easy to unpack--open carton, remove cardboard and plastic bag, extend handle, add oil (came with it) and gas (remember to buy ahead of time). It started the first pull of the crank and worked hard for two days! It used four tanks of gas doing my neighbor's driveway and mine plus helping many other neighbors dig out from over 34 inches of snow and the build up caused by the snow plows that came through. It's only rated for 4-6 inches but by knocking down the snow with a shovel and working at it with the blower we got thru a build-up of snow that exceede 3 feet in spots (over the top of the engine on the snowblower). Really glad we ordered.

It came on time and worked perfectly--did not have to shovel and lift!
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By Paul Marvin on February 1, 2010
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Works as described. Only used it once so far, but it chewed through a 3 foot snow drift on our sidewalk with no damage...I call that worthy.
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With epic snowfalls coming to the DC area, I decided to buy a snowblower. This thing chewed through snow piled at least a foot high with ease. It's easy to put together, it operates easily, and works incredibly well. Like another reviewer, we bought it and had it shipped overnight for dirt cheap as Prime members. It came super fast! It's a powerful machine, but still moveable - we were able to put it in the back of the pickup and went to dig out some friends and family. A great purchase - and I didn't have to fight at a hardware store to wrestle something off of a truck!
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I was a little nervous reading the mixed reviews and guess I got lucky. We had a 10-12 inch snowfall here today so I unboxed it and was surprised that it came fully assembled. All I had to do was add the oil and gas and tighten down the support knobs for the handles. Checked all the cables and moving parts and everything was tight and functional. Only goof up (mine) was pumping the primer button 10 times as I was used to the B&S Quantum on my mower. After some choking and smoking I looked at the manual and saw you should only pump twice. Got it running and cleared my sidewalks and driveway and three of my neighbors drives including a wheelchair ramp for a disabled neighbor. Stalled once when it hit a kids rubber ball buried in the snow but started right back up with no choke or prime. Checked it out when I got back to the garage and everything was still tight and working good. Impellers looked great and had good clearance all the way around. Based on the initial run, I would call this a good unit and great little snowblower.
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Well you're probably wondering about the title for the review..................Usually I heed a warning from reviews but on this snowblower/thrower they were mixed 60/40 so at the price I got it for I figured I'd take the chance. WWWWWRRRROOOOONNNNGGGG !!! It's a good thing my girlfriend got me a really nice Dremel for my birthday because I needed it for this Murray. Like some of the other reviewers on here I got a machine with an Auger that was too large for the housing so you will need to either waste 2 hours of filing or use a Dremel to shave at lease a 1/4" or more from the bottom part of the housing. The motor ran ok but I think for a Briggs and Stratton machine it should run smother and not feel like it wants to jump off of the frame.

If you are going to buy this machine and you end up getting one with the Auger to big for the housing, do yourself a favor and don't fill the engine with oil or gas. You will have to tilt the machine back to grind or file down the plastic housing and when you right the machine and start it it will blow out dark clouds of oil for a few minutes if you pre filled it. The easiest way to see if the Auger Blade is going to hit the housing; with the engine OFF and the spark plug disconnected turn the Auger by hand one full revolution and you will be able to clearly see and hear if the center paddle hits the bottom of the housing.

For what its worth the machine did start right up on the first pull. If you don't feel like reading the directions just know that it only takes 2 pushes to inject the gas into the carb and off you go.................But you should really read the manual before operating any new machine.

Last thoughts? It's not worth what they're asking for the machine because of the likely drama that will ensue once you take it out of the box...............For a $400.00 dollar price tag it should be no muss, no fuss..............

I'll let you know in the Winter how it throws snow.
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The thrower was delivered on February 9, 2011. It was easy to set up. After filling the machine with oil and gas it started and ran smoothly after one pull of the starter cord, just as others have reported in their reviews. However, that is when things went down hill. The auger would not engage until multiple adjustments of the auger control cable were made. With this done I awaited the next snow which occurred on February 21, 2011. The thrower dispatched the 2.5" of snow with ease for about 15 minutes then the auger stopped turning and would not engage again. Releasing or pressing the auger drive lever was fruitless. I looked under the machine and saw that the auger drive belt was shredded. All further snow clearing ceased and I am waiting for the machine to be repaired.
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