Toro Snow Commander Snowthrower Paddles, Belt, & Scraper
UT – January 1, 2020:
In 2005, we purchased a Toro Snow Commander, which has served us well in northern Illinois. But after nine years, the paddles were just about down to the wear marks, and the blade was considerably worn. Time to perform some preventative maintenance, because no one wants the blower to crap out during a snow event.This kit is value-packed with OEM parts, and it simply covers just about all the wear points on the Snow Commander. It’s about an hour job, if one has the tools. Tip #1: If you do this yourself, remember to take each paddle off and replace it new “one at a time” – don’t take off all three paddles at once, or the core of the assembly will come apart and your work will double. Tip #2: Do this before the cold weather hits, as it’s not fun below 32F.I took my time, and a neighbor came by to share a beer – so it took 2-1/2 hours to complete. Nice kit.
Robert Stesiak – January 1, 2020:
I bought my Snow Commander way back in November of 2001, for $800.00 and for me to spend $105.00 to get this great machine performing like new again is really worth it. to me it’s cheaper to spend a few dollars to keep things running, than to go out and buy a new product, they want to much money for the new ones,
OutdoorsB4U – January 1, 2020:
Another reviewer said “It’s like having a new snow blower” and I can’t put it any better. These were easy to install, and the price was very reasonable. The only downside was that shipping took awhile, but I had ordered well before snow season, so that was not an issue.
G Beezzy – September 16, 2020:
Ron Sloan: Ibought this Toro 100-9872 KIT Snow Commander Snowthrower Paddles, Belt, Scraper works perfect.
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