22" Two-Stage Snow Blower

Model Number: YB5765

 

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Features & Benefits

Features and Benefits

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  • Easy to start engine – YARDMAX 6.5 HP 196cc recoil start.
  • Multiple speeds offered by self-propelled drive – 5 forward and 1 reverse.
  • Easily slice through hard-packed snow and ice with the serrated steel augers.
  • Axe-shaped housing further chops through ice and snow.
  • Aluminum gear case with alloy steel gears and synthetic gear oil extends performance.
  • High-speed impeller consumes more snow and extended chute maintains a tighter discharge, engineered for maximum snow throwing and minimal blowback.
  • Control crank easily allows chute adjustments on the fly.
  • Simplified assembly.
  • Standard pin-lock axle provides 2-wheel drive for better traction and 1-wheel drive for increased maneuverability.
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FAQs

FAQs

Should I leave fuel stored in my unit?
No, fuel should not be stored in the unit. It is important to prevent gum deposits from forming in the fuel system. If the unit is to be stored for longer than 30 days — drain the fuel tank, retighten the gas cap, start the unit and let it run until it stops.

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Specs

Features and Benefits

Spec Sheet Spec Sheet PDF
  • Easy to start engine – YARDMAX 6.5 HP 196cc recoil start.
  • Multiple speeds offered by self-propelled drive – 5 forward and 1 reverse.
  • Easily slice through hard-packed snow and ice with the serrated steel augers.
  • Axe-shaped housing further chops through ice and snow.
  • Aluminum gear case with alloy steel gears and synthetic gear oil extends performance.
  • High-speed impeller consumes more snow and extended chute maintains a tighter discharge, engineered for maximum snow throwing and minimal blowback.
  • Control crank easily allows chute adjustments on the fly.
  • Simplified assembly.
  • Standard pin-lock axle provides 2-wheel drive for better traction and 1-wheel drive for increased maneuverability.
Customer Reviews

FAQs

Should I leave fuel stored in my unit?
No, fuel should not be stored in the unit. It is important to prevent gum deposits from forming in the fuel system. If the unit is to be stored for longer than 30 days — drain the fuel tank, retighten the gas cap, start the unit and let it run until it stops.

Can’t find your answer?
If your question is not here, please check our FAQs. If you need additional help, please Contact Us.