$41.70

  • Husqvarna 582846301 Snow Blower Heavy Duty Cover, Gray Aurora CO
  • Husqvarna 582846301 Snow Blower Heavy Duty Cover, Gray Aurora CO
  • Husqvarna 582846301 Snow Blower Heavy Duty Cover, Gray Aurora CO
  • Husqvarna 582846301 Snow Blower Heavy Duty Cover, Gray Aurora CO

Husqvarna 582846301 Snow Blower Heavy Duty Cover, Gray Aurora CO

5 out of 5
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Description


Heavy duty protection against sun, weather, dirt, Birds & tree sap. Water resistant. Elastic cord at the bottom of cover for quick, custom fit. Includes handy storage bag. Fits most 2-stage Husqvarna snow blowers & others.


3 reviews for "Husqvarna 582846301 Snow Blower Heavy Duty Cover, Gray Aurora CO"

  1. :

    The cover doesn’t cover the entire snow blower. the area where the operator stands there is no coverage from the material at the bottom foot. look at the pictures they failed to show this looks like I’ll have to push the handles forward during the off season just to get the tarp all the way down pretty disappointing another foot of material would have been perfect. seems heavy duty. I own the 24″ huskvarna snow blower so this was supposed to be made just for that snow blower. UPDATE: to keep the cover from blowing off and to keep the snow out I had to release the out chute spring so chute would lay down and bought a pack of cheap spring clamps, fits pretty good now, wish it fit this good on it’s own.(see pics)

  2. :

    Great accessory for my snowblower. I could not go 5 stars on the installation because there is no mention of the fact that you have to do the handlebar end of the cover first and then pull it over the front of the blower. Also it gets 4 stars in durability because mine sun faded pretty bad in the 2 months I had it sitting outside my garage. Other than that I like it

  3. :

    Durable and easy to cover the blower. It’ll fade a bit if you leave out in the sun, but it has held up to repeated use. Very nice to have if you want to cover the blower between uses without returning to the garage, such as when the forecast calls for several days in a row. Way better than messing with tarps and bungee cords when you’re wearing gloves.

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