Husqvarna 14527E Chain Drive, 2 Stage 27 inch 305cc Snow Blower

There are many snow blowers that can get almost any job done, but most of these versatile, powerful snow blowers are over 1600 dollars. One of the most economical models available that can still get these types of jobs done is the Husqvarna 14527E Chain Drive. This model has the ability to clear a 27-inch swath at one time. This is a really great benefit, because many of the industrial models available are difficult to use and lack the intuitive features that many homeowners need to get the job done right in the first place.

One of these such features is the addition of halogen lights to the snow blower. These lights illuminate the areas that need cleaning in all situations even complete nightfall. This becomes necessary when the snow continues to fall into the night, and you need a clean driveway in the morning. Also, it gives everyone an idea of just how sensitive Husqvarna is to the needs of all of their customers.

Also, the Husqvarna is the perfect complement to any homeowner’s tool arsenal in areas where snowfall is a regular occurrence. For example, you want to make sure that your equipment is always in working order, and sometimes it is just not feasible to make a run for batteries in inclement weather. As a result the snowblower battery can die and make it very hard to get even a small charge to start your snow blower. Then you will have to call an outside service to clear the snow from the driveway.

Next, in order to ensure that the wheels always maintain traction, husqvarna added wheels that are over sized and attached to a transmission that always engages them. This results in less slippage, and more grip even in compromising situations.

Finally, this model is equipped with a host of other features such as power steering and adjustable drift cutters. These  drift cutters are a ways to force larger amounts of snow into the housing at a very high rate of speed. This allows the model to function like an industrial model, without all of the drawbacks that are typically associated with these types of models.

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