SB10 Series Snow Blowers

SB10 Series Snow Blowers (S/N 881641+)

SB10 Series Snow Blowers

Available Models

SB1051, SB1064


The SB10 Series Snow Blowers remove snow from driveways, parking lots, and sidewalks in general residential areas. The adjustable chute and deflector allow the operator to direct the snow where desired. With optional electric or hydraulic adjustments, the operator can stay on the tractor and rotate the chute as needed. The optional front cutting edge and inner or outer depth shoes can be purchased with all models to increase the life of the units.

Features and Benefits

Quality Comer Gearbox Provides long life, durability construction.
Large main housing Ability to handle large drifts.
Large impeller diameter The ability to move and throw material farther.
Bolt-on hardened steel cutting edge (optional) Improves service life of the Snow Blower.
Sprocket driven chute rotator (optional) Allows choice of three rotator options: manual drive, electric actuator, or hydraulic motor.
Shearbolt protected impeller and auger (optional) Eliminates costly repairs.
Greaseable bearings Less drag and extends life of unit.
Three skid shoe options Multiple surfaces allows you to pick the correct skid shoe for your application.


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Operator's Manual

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Parts Manual

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Overall Unit: One year Parts and Labor
Auger, Impeller, Wear Bars & Skid Shoes: Considered wear items

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Frequently Asked Questions About This Product

Why does my snow blower keep working even after I shear my shear bolt?

You need to grease your imput shaft.  If this shaft is not greased well it can cease up and keep spinning, doing harm to the gearbox, chain and impeller. 

My snow blower makes intermittent clicking noise what is causing that noise?

You could have something caught in your chain.  Inspect the chain to make sure nothing is caught in it. 

My impeller keeps plugging up. What is causing this?

Your ground speed may be too fast.  The snow blower cannot take in that much snow, you need to slow you ground speed down. 

How much adjustment is in the hitch?

You have 6 inches of adjustment forward. 

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Product Literature

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