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Re: NEW Toro Snowmaster 24" Single Stage Self propelled Snow Thrower
#1   Nov 9, 2015 7:43 pm
Yes it is..
Re: NEW Toro Snowmaster 24" Single Stage Self propelled Snow Thrower
#2   Oct 27, 2015 12:55 pm
I purchased a new Toro 724 snowmaster from Home depot to supplement my mint Honda 621 single stage and cant wait to see how it compares to the Honda. It will be my first 'clone' powered unit and I am hearing good things about them. Its a Lorcen engine, so we shall see. it looks like it put together well. Its made in mexico.
Re: Honda HS621 restoration
#3   Feb 10, 2014 9:54 pm
blumonster wrote:
Had both, HS35 was more productive, did not feel it was less powered than 621.Mind you it is heavier, maybe a factor in its better handling.

within a few pounds of each other.(95 vs. 99 lbs). Weight basically the same. HP huge difference(60% more hp on the 621) and Honda rates the 621 in a whole nother league when it come to amount of tons per hour and throw distance. You had a sick 621 you were comparing. Its really not close
Re: Honda HS621 restoration
#4   Feb 10, 2014 12:07 pm
blumonster wrote:
The best of the best of the ... İn single stage territory İs still Honda HS 35 . Honda can put a stronger engine and reproduce HS35 and sell it for $5000.

But the fact remains the HS35 is the inferior 3.5 hp engine as compared the 621's 5.5 hp engine and the 621 throws way more snow furthur(32' vs. 21').. Seen and ran both. No comparison. Otherwise I would have bought a 35 :)
Re: Honda HS621 restoration
#5   Feb 3, 2014 8:50 am
These are truly one of the very best of the best SS blowers ever made. Nod the plastic Chinese crap that is out there today.. I HAD to locate a low hour unit and I was luck enough to do that. it will be in my family for generations now
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