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Ryobi 155 MPH 400 CFM 30cc 4-Cycle Gas Handheld Leaf Blower


155 MPH 400 CFM 30cc 4-Cycle Gas Handheld Leaf Blower

  • No mixing of gas and oil
  • Sound guard down-the-tube exhaust reduces noise
  • Variable speed trigger with cruise control for superior control
$159.00 /each

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Product Overview

The Ryobi 4-Cycle Blower combines powerful blowing performance with a CARB-compliant design. The blower's NoMix 4-cycle engine conveniently eliminates the need to mix gas and oil and the lightweight anti-vibe design gives you smoother, less fatiguing operation. With 155 MPH/400 CFM of clearing power, the Ryobi 4-Cycle blower includes a convenient variable-speed throttle to give you complete control over air-speed. This gas blower is good for clearing wet or dry leaves, grass clippings and small debris in most residential yards. Now available with a 5-year warranty, the Ryobi 4-Cycle Blower is ready to tackle your toughest yard clean up.

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  • No mixing of gas and oil
  • 155 MPH/400 CFM
  • Sound guard down-the-tube exhaust reduces noise
  • Variable speed throttle with cruise control for convenient operation
  • Anti-vibration helps reduce user fatigue

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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the engine displacement for the Ryobi 4 stroke blower?

It is the new manual that explain the serial number's location and it also show the displacement size.
Asked by: hangir11
Hi' your owners manual should say under spec's 30cc Hope this helps ..... Good Luck with your product.............................2/8/16
Answered by: QX40
Date published: 2016-02-09


Asked by: mrpete1
Depending on witch model you have / Go to Google search & type in Ryobi 2 Cycle Leaf Blower Manual & you should find the forth column down / click on to where it say operators manual blower/vacuum - ry0848 Download that pdf ... Hope this helps ?............................................ Good luck with your product..........................2/8/16
Answered by: QX40
Date published: 2016-02-09

The pull that starts engine doesn't catch,it is loose. How do I fix?

Asked by: Rick
Throw it away. Home Depot staff at two different locations said this was a bad product.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2016-10-31

Is there a air/fuel adjustment on the carb ?

This blower will not operate at full throttle. Half throttle is highest speed then the engine stalls
Asked by: Barney
Hi Barney, there are adjustments which can only be done by authorized service centers due to EPA regulations. Thanks for your question!
Answered by: RYOBIOutdoors
Date published: 2016-05-23
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Customer Reviews

155 MPH 400 CFM 30cc 4-Cycle Gas Handheld Leaf Blower is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 158.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Pull starter broke after a just over a year of residential use. Ryobi cheeped out...its a plastic... Pull starter broke after a just over a year of residential use. Ryobi cheeped out...its a plastic part against the metal starting plate. The plastic breaks after repetitive pulls and you have to disassemble the entire machine to get the the part. (high labor cost) Not the quality you expect from Ryobi...would spend a little more $ to avoid the hassle.
Date published: 2016-10-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from After one month, the pull cord jammed. Took it back to Home Depot to swap out, which they did. ... After one month, the pull cord jammed. Took it back to Home Depot to swap out, which they did. After 2 months, the new unit jammed. Home Depot would not swap. At 2 different stores, the Home Depot repair staff said that the Ryobi's were poor quality - that they frequently jam or other issues. They both also said Home Depot shouldn't be selling them because they are so bad. I also called a certified Ryobi service center in Dallas - they said same thing - poor quality, Home Depot shouldn't sell them, and I shouldn't have bought it. Would have been nice to have been told that by Home Depot when I bought it instead of when I brought it in for service. So now it's in shop, we'll see if Ryobi honors warranty. I liked that it was 4 cycle, but since 2 crapped out with 3 months, it's pretty poor.
Date published: 2016-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This thing is fantastic. I like the nice quiet sound of the 4 stroke engine. I didn't have any ... This thing is fantastic. I like the nice quiet sound of the 4 stroke engine. I didn't have any problems with the starter like other people did. I have burned huge piles of leaves with this thing in a short period of time. You get the fire going and then let it blow a stream of air onto the pile, and huala, all the leaves are turned into ashes in a few hours. Very useful for that purpose. It's lasted a long time of use doing stuff like this. No messy mixing oil and gas.
Date published: 2016-12-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ryobi 4-Cycle Gas Blower after 2 years use Have had this blower for two years. Use at least 20 hours per season. Although the 4-cycle is very quiet, after just two season's use there's an issue with the fuel delivery. Seems like a hole in fuel line/bulb or some other issue. I thought the 4-cycle, which avoids pre-mixing would be a benefit. in most cases, given good operational life, this would be true. But, the quality just doesn't seem to be there. For the price, there are numerous 2 cycles out that that offer equal or better performance; My replacement craftsman is now a year in and it appears to be a much better unit operationally. I would not recommend this unit. Based on the low rating feedback and the fact that its no longer offered on the shelf of my local home depot, I wonder if its been pulled due to operational issues.
Date published: 2015-11-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Get to know your local Ryobi warranty repair shop Bought the original model 02/2013 and we just received our 2nd replacement. We are on our 3rd one in just over a year. The shop mechanic said they use a plasitc cam shaft and it wears down fast so they don't fix it, just replace it with a new one. Initially, it truely does start, run and work great, but my wife uses it 4-5 times/wk with light work of blowing leaves, etc. Then it just starts getting harder and harder to start and eventually you will blow your arm out trying to get it to run. If you have that issue, just take it back to the local warranty repair shop and Ryobi will ship you a brand new one, the cam shaft lobes wear down and it becomes impossible to start.
Date published: 2014-06-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk Junk Junque trash This is about the least dependable piece of trash I have ever had. The leaf blower lasted about four hours of run time. I Took it in for "unable to start" to the factory authorized repair shop in Lavergne TN. It was under warranty! The shop could not fix it. They said," broken Cam Shaft" Reason given "low oil, and dirty oil". Believe me when I say, I am a 66 year old who has used lawn equipment for many years. The equipment I own is well maintained and low oil is not the reason for this Junk's failure. The thing was hard to start from the very first. I believe the cam shaft, if actually broken, was installed improperly at the factory. It would barely run from the first but when advanced to higher speeds it stalls and will not run. I did not have an alternative blower to use and ran this one at low RPM until it quit working (about 4 hours). Ryobi made me a customer of their competition because they blamed me for their shoddy manufacturing process. I would recommend staying the heck away from anything Ryobi. I guess even I get a bad apple on occasion. My worst pain in the butt was the "customer service after purchase. Home Depot pushed me to Ryobi and Ryobi pushed me to a local small engine repair shop, and then when I called to ask what Ryobi could do they pushed me back to the repair shop saying they can't see my machine so they had to agree with their trusted shop machinics. JUNK JUNK JUNQUE trash...nuff said!
Date published: 2015-10-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Two units failed after about 12 to 14 uses Both ryobi blowers failed to start after only 12 to 16 uses of between 5 to 15 minutes. Failures were due to lack of compression. The starter cord woukd pull with little resistance, indicating low compression. HomeDepot replaced first unit thanks to manager who valued their customers. However a new Home Depot manager sadly does not practice these same values. Offered no assistance, not even a small 10% discount for another blower. All she would say was it's past the 30dayreturn. You have contact Ryobi Ryobis customer service was even worse..Because, I did not have a receipt, they only use manufacture date. Oddly enough, the instructio manual had a print date about one year later which meant it was still under warranty. Ryobi did not consider this evidence. Offered no solution and hung up on me. A LOCALSHOP DIAGNOSED THE LOWCOMPRESSION PROBLEM BUT COULD NOT get Ryobi parts. Poor experience with this RyobI blower and their customet service compounded by a HomeDepot manager who seems to have lost touch with building customer loyalty and finding solutions to a product that many reviewers have reported problems with. Home Depot can make it right by putting some pressure onRyobi and offering it's customers a small discount to buy a new blower.
Date published: 2016-02-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't bother its terrible This is the second one I have had and both died in mid use. The fist died after just 6 months. One good thing is that it was still under warranty and was replaced. The repair shop said internal parts were warped or defective. The second arrived 3 months ago and that died the same death and in same manner, right in the middle of operation. Runs fine for a few months then dies a quick death. Going back to 2 cycle.
Date published: 2015-11-21
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