Snowblower, Snowthrower, What’s The Difference?

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Snowblower, snowthrower, what’s the difference?

Merriam-Webster defines snowblower as “a machine for removing snow (as from a driveway or sidewalk) in which a rotating spiral blade picks up and propels the snow aside”  When you type snow blower, snowthrower, snowthrower into their search box Merriam-Webster says “see snowblower”

Yes it’s that simple, they are all the same.  In the next post I’ll cover different types of snow moving equipment. You can use that information to help you decide what type of snow moving equiment is best for you.

Here’s the list for next time:

Snow Shovel
Electric Snow Shovel
Electric Snow Thrower
Single Stage
Two Stage
Tractor Mounted Blade
Tractor Mounted Snow Thrower
ATV Snowblade or Snow Thrower
Tractor Loader or Skidsteer
Pickup Mounted Snowplow
Truck Mounted Snowplow
Dedicated Snow Thrower
Rotary Plow

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