When were snowblowers invented?

Answer The snowblower was invented by Arther Sicard, a Canadian inventor, in 1925. He originally used a 4-wheel drive truck chassis and added a snow scooper and chute. The first chute blew snow 90 feet. T... Read More »

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How long do snowblowers last?

A well-built snowblower can and should last for many years, if maintained properly. Lubricate moving parts and keep the machine in a clean, dry place during the off-season months to prolong its lif... Read More »

Troubleshooting Snowblowers?

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Do snowblowers have an oil filter?

Snow blowers generally consist of an engine that requires fuel and oil. Therefore, snow blowers have an oil filter to filter out dirt buildup and contamination. If necessary, replace the oil filter... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot Gas Snowblowers?

If you live in an area with harsh winters, you likely have a gas snowblower. Many consumers who live in areas that get heavy snowfall choose gas snowblowers over electric for their cordless conveni... Read More »