Snow blowers vary in power and other details, but they nearly all operate with an auger that loosens and pitches snow through a chute. Two-stage models feature an impeller resembling a fan that allows the machine to throw snow a greater distance. Snow blowers are available in gas-powered or electrical versions.Know More
Electric snow blowers tend to be smaller than their gas-powered counterparts, making them a better choice for tight spots and small spaces. They use augers just like gas-powered snow blowers, but do not require maintenance, such as oil changes.
Single-stage snow blowers operate with gas engines. Their augers scoop snow and throw it out a chute. The augers on these machines touch the ground and are capable of hurtling rocks along with the snow. Therefore, the machines are not safe for use on gravel surfaces, A single-stage blower is capable of clearing snow up to 12 inches deep.
For deeper snow, many people use a two-stage snow blower. A two-stage blower not only handles snow 20 inches deep and often deeper, but throws snow a greater distance, in some cases as far as 50 feet. The auger on a two-stage machine does not touch the ground, making it safe to use on gravel surfaces.Learn more about Tools
Locations to purchase Jiffy ice augers can be found on the dealer locator map found on the company's website. The equipment can also be bought through the company website and several authorized sellers like Mills FleetFarm and Marine General.Full Answer >
A gas leaf blower may not start if it is out of fuel or it is flooded. Other reasons for starting failure include a kink in the gas line, a dirty fuel filter or bad spark plugs. A lack of power causes an electric leaf blower to not start.Full Answer >
Replacement parts for a Jiffy ice auger can be bought directly from the Jiffy Ice Drills Web page at JiffyOnIce.com. Under the "Accessories" tab on the left of the website, there is a "Replacement Blade" section, and under "Service" there is a "Service Parts" tab where other engine parts can be purchased.Full Answer >
Shoppers find used snow plows for sale on sites such as Craigslist.org, eBay.com, PlowKing911.com and ThruwaySpring.com. Buyers find used trucks with snow plows already attached on sites such as TruckPaper.com.Full Answer >