Monthly Archives: February 2014

Troubleshooting Guide for: Troy-Bilt Storm Snowblower

Though Troy-Bilt’s equipment has a reputation for being among the most durable and reliable on the market, even the company’s excellent Storm series of snowblowers can run into trouble from time to time. The good news is that most of … Continue reading

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Maintenance Tips for Troy-Bilt Storm Snowblowers

The best way to make sure that a Troy-Bilt snowblower can keep handling winter storm leftovers until the spring thaw is to make sure that the equipment is properly checked and maintained while it’s actively in use. That means working … Continue reading

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How to Store Your Snowblower Properly

When the weather heats up and the threat of accumulating snow is gone for at least another eight months, it’s time to focus on the best practices for safely storing a snowblower until its services are required once again. From … Continue reading

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OPEI’s Involvement with Battery Operated and Electric Outdoor Power Equipment

Though outdoor power equipment might not be subject to the same tests and stringent standards as automobiles and commercial vehicles, the industry is still subject to a combination of private standards bodies and public regulation that govern everything from engine … Continue reading

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