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5 Simple Steps to Get Your Snowblower Ready for Storage

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Good-bye, winter. Summer will be here before you know it! Get your snowblower prepped for off-season storage in 5 simple steps to prevent startup issues next year. 5-Step Snowblower Winterization 1. Drain the Fuel System Start the engine and run it dry of fuel. If you haven’t added a fuel treatment during the season, add a little now to prevent residual fuel from forming gummy deposits or fouling the carburetor…

"29 year old Toro has been the best thing ever!!"

“29 year old Toro has been the best thing ever!!”

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Ed from West Chester, PA shares his “My Toro Story”. We bought this Toro snowblower in 1987.  It is hard to believe but after 29 seasons and regular routine maintenance, it is still a work horse!  Very dependable and still does a great job! Thought you should know that this blower still exists and functions, since you don’t make this model anymore! Thanks for making a great product!   As…

How to Change Engine Oil on a Single Stage Snowblower

How to Change Engine Oil on a Single-Stage Snowblower

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Changing the engine oil of any type of snow blower is an essential maintenance task, especially if you own a Toro Single-Stage Snow Blower. The older your oil is, the more difficult it becomes to protect all the vital parts of your snow blower’s engine. To keep your single-stage snow blower performing at its best, here’s a quick guide to learning how to properly change your engine oil.

Winter Checklist for Two-Stage Snowblowers

Winter Checklist for Two-Stage Snowblowers

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When the first snow storm hits your door, will you be ready? This video will help you ensure that your two-stage snow blower is up for the challenge. From spotting damage on the auger to checking to see if your handles and cables are in place, here’s how to keep your snowblower running strong, all winter long.