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post #1 of 7 Old 09-04-2018, 07:52 PM Thread Starter
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Question Toro snow master series

I was watching a few videos of the 724 snow masters working and I have come to the conclusion that they are a little starved for power(thank you EPA) It seems like they could use larger jets.

I was also wondering if the snow masters used a serpentine belt like my pups as well or is it a smaller V belt? as it uses a snubber clutch pulley for power like my 3000 pup.
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I was also wondering if the snow masters used a serpentine belt like my pups as well or is it a smaller V belt?

It use a flat serpentine belt like the Power Clears.
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Hello Grunt,

Its probably the same part number as mine too.
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Mine barks like a 4-stroke MX/Enduro dirt bike.

Not lacking power at all and the plug is a nice chocolate brown.

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Hi everyone, first post.


I just purchased a 724 qxe (last year's floor model, got a good price) and was wondering what the socket size is on the oil drain plug bolt head. I emailed Toro and they said I should contact a local dealer???

It's part no. 121-0030, not that a google search was any more useful.

(Ended up using a crescent wrench to carefully loosen it and drain the oil. Edit 2: Used neighbor's caliper. It's 13/32. Weird size.)

I haven't used it yet but it looks like it fits my needs perfectly. We usually only get 2-6 inches at a time but I have a 65-ft long driveway and do my neighbors sidewalks to either side so I'm itching for some snow.

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Welcome to the forums carterlake! I'm sure that 724 qxe will work very well for you! Pretty much everyone here has snow fever as well.

Wake me up when the snow's done...
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The local weather wizards were saying that every inch of rain we are getting would be a foot of snow; Insert crying here.
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