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Husq 1130STE XP ?

Anyone have any experience with this model or similar Husqvarna snowblowers? Theirs a use one for sale locally I'm thinking of picking up. I have some of their chainsaws just haven't found reviews for the blower.

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Welcome to the group JTP. Don't know how reliable this site is, but here's some reviews on their line.

Husqvarna Snow Blower Reviews @ Snow Blowers Direct - Online Source for Husqvarna Snow Blower Reviews and Ratings
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I'm really happy with mine

2010 Craftsman 27"14.5 ft-lbs
Basically a Red Husky 14527
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If it's a hydro, very nice and user friendly.if it's in good shape it would be a good blower.
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Husqvarna1130 ste xp

Hi,

Had one of these in our VT. rental house and except for a minor adjustment this machine ran great and cleared some major snow.The one we had originally came from lowes if that means anything.

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Go -HERE- for my advice on Husqvarna blowers. They are NOT like their saws, in which I have three of. I made that mistake too. Their blowers are basically orange Poulans and have the same crappy/weak/leaky gearcase that the cheap $500 Home Depot Poulan's have.

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Backpack Leaf Blower (for the real small snow events)

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