McCulloch Snow Blowers

McCulloch Snow Blowers

Power and Innovation

McCulloch Motors Corporation was founded in 1943 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, by Robert Paxton McCulloch. McCulloch has since been acquired and is a brand within the Husqvarna Group, but still continues its tradition of powerful engines and technical innovation.

McCulloch single stage snow blowers are light, easy to operate and store, and clear snow all the way to the ground. The two stage McCulloch snow blowers use powerful engines and wide working widths to make quick work of deep snow drifts.

McCulloch Snow Blowers

McCulloch Electric Starters standard on all snow blowers

Electric Start on All McCulloch Snow Blowers

McCulloch's snow blowers all use a 120 volt electric starting system with recoil backup. Convenience and ease are important factors these days, especially when it comes to starting your equipment. That's why McCulloch's starting system is ready to go when you are.

McCulloch Snow Blowers

McCulloch snow blowers feature LCT Storm Force Engines

Features LCT's Patented Storm Force Engine

These two stage McCulloch snow blowers feature the engineered power of an LCT Storm Force engine. The Storm Force delivers outstanding performance in those sub-zero temperatures. Overhead Valve (OHV) technology improves the power and efficiency of the engine.

McCulloch's Storm Force engines include a cast iron sleeve to reduce bore wear and improve emissions. Dual ball bearings minimize friction and wear, helping to extend the life of your engine.

McCulloch SNOWBLOWER CATEGORIES

McCulloch Single Stage Snow Blowers McCulloch Single Stage
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Single Stage Snow Blowers Single stage snow blowers use only one step to throw snow. The auger scoops the snow off the ground and in the same motion throws it out the chute.

Single stage snow blowers are ideal for lighter use (under 10" of snowfall) and are typically easy to maneuver due to their lighter weight.

McCulloch Two Stage Snow Blowers McCulloch Two Stage
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Two Stage Snow Blowers Two stage snow blowers use a metal auger to scoop the snow off the ground and feed it to a high speed impeller that blows the snow out the chute.

Two stage snow blowers can handle deep snow drifts, are self-propelled, and clear a wider path than single stage snow blowers.

McCulloch Consumer Snow Blowers McCulloch Consumer
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Consumer Snow Blowers Consumer snow blowers are made for the homeowner who needs to clear snow but does not want to spend more money for the extra features and durability that come with prosumer and professional snow blowers.