Murray 1695537 21-Inch 190cc 4-Cycle OHV Briggs & Stratton Snow Series Gas Powered Single Stage Snow Thrower
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- This Murray 21" single stage snow thrower features a 190cc 4-cycle Briggs & Stratton Snow Series OHV pull-start engine
- Ideal for light-use conditions (4" to 6" of snow), it is lightweight, maneuverable and easy to use
- It comes with an auger propelled drive system, clog-resistant discharge, 0.95 liter tank and 7" alternate bar tread tires
- 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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|Item Dimensions||29.53 x 22.83 x 31.69 inches|
|Item Weight||97 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1695537|
|Shipping Weight||81.7 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
It came on time and worked perfectly--did not have to shovel and lift!
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.
[earlier post] currently trying to resolve under warranty with Murray (manufacturer), Briggs & Stratton (the engine manufacturer) and the service shop - none are willing to take any responsibility whatsoever and I can tell you this will be the very last power tool/machine purchase I make on Amazon from Murray or its affiliate companies or anything that has a Briggs & Stratton engine on it - they are clearly lacking in any quality assurance whatsoever and refuse to honor their warranties which makes them useless - so very disappointed I can't even tell you - $400 of junk sitting in my garage ... shame on all of you Amazon, Murray and Briggs & Stratton - next time it's Home Depot or Lowe's for someone who stands behind their merchandise
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have this beast since 2011 so it's seen a few bad storms here in Boston, including the 2013 and 2015 ones.
Very durable and very reliable. Read more
Cord broke it was cheap though old saying you get what you pay for this is one product that's true. Not great for Mi wintersPublished 20 months ago by angela bennett
Twas good little blower when working but the base drum where the blade are broke from the rear. It cracked in two places!?!?!? Read morePublished 21 months ago by Narciso (aka Jun) Arevalo Jr.
I live in NJ. It doesn't get much use. Something has broken on this every year I've owned it. The latest to go is the carburetor and belt (which isn't in stock and no idea when... Read morePublished on February 12, 2014 by Keren Fitzgerald
Great blower for the price. I used this for the first time, and it threw the snow much further than I anticipated. Rough and rugged. Could handle 4+ inches of snow.Published on January 29, 2014 by J. C. Dubois
I bought this for my son living in Connecticut and due to a pending snow blizzard I paid for one day delivery. Alas, it did not show up for two or more days... after the snow. Read morePublished on January 21, 2014 by Herbert T. Scheneman Jr.
This is a medium duty machine, and for that, it is good and a good value. I bought mine in 2011, and as long as I treat it right (i.e. Read morePublished on January 9, 2014 by Phil M.
Im very happy with it.. it does a great job. Makes my life a lot more easier. I just with it would of had a clean out tool ....Published on January 7, 2014 by Erin
This snow blower is a smaller one, it handles really well if you live in an area where it's light snow. Read morePublished on July 14, 2013 by shan