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New Toro Power Clear 821's online

Looking at the Toro website, and see they have upgraded a significant part of the single stage lineup. The new 821's caught my eye, as they seem to have engines almost 25% larger (252cc) and 3 quart fuel tanks.

Anybody else have any info ? Cant wait to see them on the floor soon.

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That thing is a beast! We will be seeing a bunch of those in the back of pickup trucks belonging to the parking lot snow removal crews. Steel chute, interesting...or maybe it's still plastic...?

Wake me up when the snow's done...

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That thing is a beast! We will be seeing a bunch of those in the back of pickup trucks belonging to the parking lot snow removal crews. Steel chute, interesting...

Only issue could be weight. I know a few solo guys who keep the old 2 stroke machines running since there easier to lift into dump trucks with Sanders.

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My Dealer just got theirs in.
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I do not think he will not sell many of them leaving the chutes off.

I wish Toro would bring back their 2 stage two cycle snow blowers.
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I do not think he will not sell many of them leaving the chutes off.

I wish Toro would bring back their 2 stage two cycle snow blowers.
Dont think the 2 strokes will come back. EPA emissions laws.

My snowmobile is a 4 stroke, cleaner and easier to build, no smoke or smell. I really like it.
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I do not think he will not sell many of them leaving the chutes off.
Can't tell if serious.
These are so fresh out of the box they are still unassembled.
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Can't tell if serious.
These are so fresh out of the box they are still unassembled.
Do you know any other specs that are improvements 9ver the 721's?

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My local Toro dealer is a family member. I saw this thread and messaged him about them. He sent me the photos as he was just unboxing them. I could have pushed for more info but knew he was busy. Perhaps I'll stop in on Monday.
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My local Toro dealer is a family member. I saw this thread and messaged him about them. He sent me the photos as he was just unboxing them. I could have pushed for more info but knew he was busy. Perhaps I'll stop in on Monday.
What a lucky guy . Toro only has last years brochure still up. I'll keep checking in. Thanks

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