Snow Blower Maintenance
Do not get stuck in a storm with a broken snow blower. Keep these parts on hand so you do not miss a beat.
Follow these steps to safely clean out your snow blower chute if it gets clogged.
Clearing snow can be difficult when you’re dealing with starting issues and clogged chutes. Prevent these problems from occurring with these snow blower troubleshooting tips.
In order to be ready and able to take on winter, follow these maintenance tips and tasks to ensure your snow blower can handle all the season throws (or drops) its way.
An easy to follow maintenance schedule will help you keep your snow blower in tip-top shape all year long!
Follow these directions to prepare your snow blower for winter use.
Watch this step-by-step video to properly store and winterize your snow blower for the season in order to prevent startup issues next winter.
If you experience auger or drive loss on your two-stage Troy-Bilt snow blower, it may be necessary to perform a combination of some of the tasks in article to fix the issue.
When unanticipated equipment issues occur with your snow blower, such as starting issues or a clogged chute, these can often be fixed with a few maintenance tasks and tools. Here’s a snow blower troubleshooting guide for common snow blower issues.
Did you know that the shear pins in your snow blower are actually supposed to break? By breaking, shear pins protect the gears in your auger gear case from more significant – and costly – damage.
If your trusty leaf blower is weary from fall leaf clearing, here are some handy leaf blower maintenance tips to help it keep performing like new. And, it just might come in handy for quick snow clearing needs, too.