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Ryobi 40V Snow Thrower; 5ah batteries x 2; RY40862VNM; used, like new; $250+tax

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https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI-40V-HP-Brushless-21-in-Cordless-Single-Stage-Snow-Thrower-with-2-5-0-Ah-Batteries-RY40862VNM/317079223

https://secondipity.com/like-new-...batteries/

Check my previous posts for reputations of this website. In short IMO, trustable and reliable.

It will show "only 1 in stock" if only one is left. So, be quick if you need it.
As the time of posting, it shows "Availability: In Stock", but I think this means just 1 or 2 in stock, not many. [update: seems more than 5 left this time, I tried to add 5 to the cart and it passed.]

It should go OOS in minutes (okay, hours maybe...), but might come back one or two times later. So, keep monitoring it for one or two days maybe.
It will show "404 error" if OOS.
The link will be the same if came back in stock.
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I have this machine and for normal snowfall (think 6-8" or so), it's a champ. The handle wears quick and can collapse down when pushing hard or when you hit ice.
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I have this machine and for normal snowfall (think 6-8" or so), it's a champ. The handle wears quick and can collapse down when pushing hard or when you hit ice.
Can single stage keep up with the hard packed stuff at the end of a driveway from town plow going by?
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Reviews are not good. Too many complaints about the quality
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problem is you wont really be able to test it in most parts of the states until December.
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Bought one of these deals from eBay in April and come this winter the thing would stall whenever it touched snow
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I'd love to swap out my SnowJoe and ditch the PITA extension cord, but I've only needed it twice in the past three years.
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It used to snow where I live.. Not anymore.
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Quote from JesseH5623 :
Can single stage keep up with the hard packed stuff at the end of a driveway from town plow going by?
No. Wet, icy snow is a challenge for this machine. I can remove the normal stuff from the driveway with ease but the stuff left by the plow I have to remove manually.
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I'd love to swap out my SnowJoe and ditch the PITA extension cord, but I've only needed it twice in the past three years.
For me SnowJoe is the backup, in case something goes wrong with the mower with snow blade attached. For the rare occasion I need it, 200 ft extension cord is okay.
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I have this model from another vendor. I've been happy with it the one occasion I had to use it on 7" of middle-weight snow. We have four additional batteries 4ah, 5ah, and 2x 6ah to keep it going while things charge.
The collapsing handle issue is maddening, but can be fixed permanently on the cheap with two turn key hose clamps of the correct size. Fully extend the handle and tighten them at the slide joint. When you want to collapse it back down, loosen them a turn or two. Ezpz. Better than any fix you'll fight Ryobi for, and solves the only real weakness I've encountered.
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FYI: it shuts off as soon as it touches the snow been struggling to fix the issue. Save your money spend couple of bucks more to buy different brand
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Quote from jailer1 :
I have this machine and for normal snowfall (think 6-8" or so), it's a champ. The handle wears quick and can collapse down when pushing hard or when you hit ice.
Can confirm, this thing blows in all the wrong ways.
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It used to snow where I live.. Not anymore.
Isn't that a Joni Mitchell song? Wink
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I bought a refurb. I think the snowblower is the same but mine came with two beefy 7.5ah batteries and French text on the box, so maybe it was Canadian originally. It works quite well and the construction seems to be vastly superior to the 80V Masterforce (rebranded Greenworks) I bought from Menards when we were expecting a winter storm and no one had anything else in stock. I returned the Masterforce and kept the Ryobi.

We get lake effect snow here, which comes down wet, heavy, and quick at times. This Ryobi handles it well, and even moves the stuff the plow left at the driveway apron, if it isn't too deep. You can't compare it to a $1200 two-stage gas snowblower, but it still kicks butt quietly with no cord, no gas, and no engine maintenance. Bonus: I also use the batteries with an inverter for portable power when camping, and they work with all the other Ryobi 40V tools.
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