With these ma­chines, snow is no prob­lem

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Snow is no prob­lem when you have a strong snow blower you can rely on. That is why many peo­ple drop by Le­feb­vre Small En­gine in Alexan­dria to check out the lat­est Husquvarna mod­els.

Husq­varna’s two-stage sys­tem snow throw­ers work well even with hard-packed snow by grind­ing it down be­fore it is fed into the hous­ing and dis­charged through the im­peller.

The ma­chines of­fer a cleated track-drive sys­tem that de­liv­ers un­beat­able propul­sion on slip­pery sur­faces, hills, and in deeper snow. Con­ve­nient trig­ger con­trol power steer­ing al­lows you to op­er­ate each wheel sep­a­rately for su­pe­rior ma­neu­ver­abil­ity and tight 180-de­gree turn­ing. Get­ting started is not an is­sue. Low tem­per­a­tures are of­ten tough on bat­ter­ies. Thanks to an elec­tric starter sys­tem you don’t have to worry if your snow blower won’t start. Sim­ply con­nect your blower to a power out­let and start the en­gine by press­ing a but­ton.

If you’re forced to work in dark con­di­tions, bright LED head­lights will light the way.

To add to your com­fort, you can also get heated hand grips.

BRING IT ON: Robert Blais, man­ager of Le­feb­vre Small En­gine, with some of the snow blow­ers that are hot items.

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