Spruce Up Your Snowblower for the Winter Season

December 14, 2011



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Get your snowblower ready for the winter snowfalls by taking care and maintaining your outdoor equipment with these easy tips.

A few proactive and easy upkeep tasks will prevent equipment slowdowns and will make the job of clearing snow as easy and efficient as it can possibly be.

Easy snowblower tips:

  • Make sure to supply clean, fresh fuel to your snowblower engine at the beginning of every season. Remember that you can use fuel stabilizer to keep old fuel from going bad. If you add fuel stabilizer to your small engine at the end of the winter season, you can keep snowblower fuel fresh for up to a year.
Fuel Stabilizer

Fuel Stabilizer

Snowblower Scraper Blade - for most types, brands and models of snowblowers

Snowblower Scraper Blade - for most types, brands and models of snowblowers

  • To prevent oil clogs in your engine, make sure to lubricate your machine at least once at the beginning of the snow clearing season.
Transmission Oil and other lubricants for every engine

Transmission Oil and other lubricants for every engine

  • If your snowblower won’t start, inspect the recoil starter component. It might be worn or broken. Replacement is easy with a recoil starter assembly that includes the starter grip, rewind string and rewind tool.
Snowblower Starter Parts

Snowblower Starter Parts

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