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Hi, since there must be many experts, and opinions on here I was wondering which may be the better blower between the Simplicity 1022E and the Toro power clear 721 E. They both have electric start, about the same width and the Simplicity has a Briggs and Stratton motor and is $100 less.

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Edit: Also just found an Ariens Path Pro 938032

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Thanks, the one I am replacing is a Toro I bought used and served me well for years but it has given up the other day
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10hp on a 22in sounds good to me


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I don't think the 10 stands for horsepower, and I would get a Toro before the Simplicity...

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Simplicity https://www.sepw.com/snow-blowers/si...e-stage/1022e/
22", 208cc, electric start, SS

Toro https://www.toro.com/en/homeowner/sn...ar-721-e-38753
21", 212cc, electric start, SS

I don't have any experience just want to post what it is we're talking about as I'm thinking there might be some confusion. I always jump to the conclusion a discussion is about 2 stage as that's what I have.

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Simplicity https://www.sepw.com/snow-blowers/si...e-stage/1022e/
22", 208cc, electric start, SS

Toro https://www.toro.com/en/homeowner/sn...ar-721-e-38753
21", 212cc, electric start, SS

I don't have any experience just want to post what it is we're talking about as I'm thinking there might be some confusion. I always jump to the conclusion a discussion is about 2 stage as that's what I have.

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I'll add the link to the one I added in the OP. Thanks

Ariens https://www.ariens.com/en-us/snow-pr.../path-pro-208e
21", 208cc, electric start, SS
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I don't think the 10 stands for horsepower, and I would get a Toro before the Simplicity...


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Because it's a 9.5 torque motor.
So I'm guessing they rounded up to "10" and then added the width and then "E" for electric start for a model designation. So . . . . 1022E
Being it's a 208cc 4 stroke IIRC that would put it in the 6-7 hp range ?

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I don't think the 10 stands for horsepower, and I would get a Toro before the Simplicity...




Because it's a 9.5 torque motor.
So I'm guessing they rounded up to "10" and then added the width and then "E" for electric start for a model designation. So . . . . 1022E
Being it's a 208cc 4 stroke IIRC that would put it in the 6-7 hp range ?

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Thanks, but the 212cc is basically the same.

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