Briggs & Stratton Snow Blowers

Winter Warriors
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Single Stage Snow Blowers

Equipped with a dependable Briggs & Stratton  Series™ Engine designed for harsh winter applications, this snow blower is the perfect machine for helping you take on up to 12-inches of light snow. Briggs & Stratton’s single stage snow blowers clear the snow on your sidewalks, driveways, and pathways all the way down to the pavement.

Single-Stage with Snow Shredder

The Briggs & Stratton Single-Stage with Snow Shredder tackles  light to moderate snowfalls, including the tough and compacted end-of-driveway snow left behind by the snow plow, with SnowShredder™ Serrated Auger technology. Clear heavy and wet snow down to the pavement as multiple serrated surfaces provide advanced ice chopping and snow clearing power.

Standard Series 2-Stage Snow Blowers

With more power than a single-stage, the Standard Series two-stage snowblower is perfect for frequent light and medium snowfalls, helping you tackle your small to medium driveways and pathways with ease. This is a self-propelled snowblower with six forward and two reverse speeds.

Elite Series 2-Stage Snow Blowers

Tackling moderate to heavy snow on medium driveways and pathways can be a breeze with an Elite Series snow blower. Equipped with a powerful Briggs & Stratton  Snow Series™ Engine, dual-trigger steering for making easy turns, and a durable steel frame and chute and notched steel auger can take on snow and ice with ease.

Snow Blower Safety Tips

  • Learn to properly use your machine by reading the snow blower operator’s manual.
  • Check the oil before using your snow blower
  • Only add fuel BEFORE using your snow blower or after waiting for the engine to cool down (2 minutes); do not add fuel while the machine is in use
  • Only operate/turn on your snow blower outdoors (including your closed garage) to avoid carbon monoxide hazards
  • Before you begin, clear the area of any objects or debris that could get caught in your machine or thrown from the snow blower
  • Take breaks or stop when needed, especially if you are at higher risk for heart problems (some risk factors include existing heart condition or other health conditions, being a smokers, sedentary lifestyle, family history, and age)
  • Dress appropriately to stay warm and protected from winds and blowing snow as you use your snow blower

Snow Blower Maintenance

Regular snow blower maintenance and a seasonal tune-up will help your Briggs and Stratton snow blower perform at its peak. Preventing snow blower problems can be as easy as 3 simple steps.

Snow blower maintenance checklist:

  • Change the oil  in your snow blower engine regularly
  • Replace spark plugs when necessary
  • Prevent ethanol fuel damage by using fuel stabilizer & properly storing equipment

Snow Blower Storage

When storing your snow blower, add fuel stabilizer like Briggs & Stratton® Advanced Formula Fuel Treatment & Stabilizer to ensure that gas does not get stale. If your snow blower is equipped with a fuel shut-off, always switch off the fuel flow whenever you transport your machine. This will protect the carburetor from flooding and help prevent fuel spills.

Be sure to carefully wash and hand-dry your snow blower at the end of the winter. Road salts can damage your snow blower the same way they corrode a car’s exterior. Again, be sure to consult your Briggs & Stratton manual and Feldmann Power for recommendations and safety tips specific to your snow blower.