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Snapper
Snapper traces its roots back to 1894 as Southern Saw Works. Snapper introduced the industry's first self-propelled rotary mower in 1951 and was an innovator of the rear engine riding mower. Today, Snapper manufactures premium lawn care and snow removal equipment for both residential and commercial customers including walk-behind mowers, rear engine riders, tractors, zero turn riders, commercial mowers, snowthrowing equipment, tillers, utility vehicles, generators and pressure washers. Snapper is a division of Simplicity Manufacturing, Inc. Simplicity Manufacturing is a part of the Briggs & Stratton Power Products Group, LLC.

Starting a Snow Clearing Session I

After starting the engine of your Snow Blower, pay close attention when engaging the drive system. If the engine strains excessively or stalls, do not retry before checking all moving parts. Snow from a previous session may have melted and re-frozen, locking up critical parts. Make sure engine is off and try and free frozen parts gently. If necessary, move the blower to a heated area and allow the ice to melt. Failure to do so may end up in a shredded belt or broken equipment.