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Model 38458

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Power Clear 621 QZR 21 in. Single-Stage Quick Chute Gas Snow Blower

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The Toro Power Clear 621 QZR Single-Stage 21 in. Quick Chute Gas Snow Blower is easy to operate with the Power Propel self-propel system which has a heavy-duty rotor that continuously contacts the ground, propelling the unit forward, while clearing snow right down to the pavement. This unit features components that resist rust for lasting performance, and the Power Curve rotor system efficiently blows up to 1,800 lb. of snow per minute to help make snow removal fast for your convenience.

  • 163cc OHV 4-cycle engine offers powerful snow-clearing action
  • 21 in. clearance width and 12-1/2 in. intake height help make quick work of large volumes of snow
  • Power curve rotor system cleans down to the pavement helping to clear compacted snow
  • Power propel self-propel system has a heavy-duty rotor that continuously contacts the ground, pulling the unit forward
  • Removable key helps prevent unintended operation and the operator bail quickly stops the snow blower when released for your safety
  • Moves up to 1,800 lb. of snow per minute for fast snow clearing
  • Up to 35 ft. of throwing distance helps move the snow to where you want it
  • 210° Quick Chute allows you to easily change the direction of the thrown snow with the slide of a lever for better snow-throwing control
  • Manual, recoil-start design for reliable ignition
  • Large 7 in. Dia tires help it roll smoothly
  • Rust resistant components for a long life
  • Folding handles and compact design makes storage easy
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Has anyone used this Toro blower on a brick paver driveway?

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September 10, 2012
Will the paddle ruin or loosen the bricks? I need to get a blower that will throw the snow at least 25-30 feet and this one seems like it could do that, however, I do not want it to harm the pavers.

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December 21, 2013
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Driveway is three lanes wide and black top covered.
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October 15, 2013
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I've used a similar paddle snowblower on my brick walkway without any issues
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January 22, 2013
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I don't believe the blower will damage the bricks. We have run it over the plastic transponder on the water meter covers, etc. with no damage.
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Syracuse, NY, USA
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December 26, 2012
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The paddles this machine uses are rubber so it will not lift up or scratch the pavers if they are laid right.
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September 11, 2012
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The paddles will come in contact with the bricks. If the bricks are loose and the ground is not firm/frozen it might loosen them some. If the ground is frozen and the bricks are firmly in place they shouldn’t move.
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Chicago IL
September 11, 2012
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Hello and thank you for your question.
I did not get to use this particular model but i do own a smaller version of it.You will not damage the surface of the pavers as long as you let the blower do its work...In other words if you keep pushing and pressing down on it you will eventually wear out the rubber that's on the blades.Once the rubber is gone bare blades will scrape up the surface of the Read More
Hello and thank you for your question.
I did not get to use this particular model but i do own a smaller version of it.You will not damage the surface of the pavers as long as you let the blower do its work...In other words if you keep pushing and pressing down on it you will eventually wear out the rubber that's on the blades.Once the rubber is gone bare blades will scrape up the surface of the pavers.
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Is it coreless

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June 20, 2015
do i need a core when i use it
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June 22, 2015
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We are assuming you meant to ask if you need a cord. You do not need a cord. However, you will need to add gas for operation.
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This blower does not use a core.
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what is th difference between th 621R,621QZR and the QZE?

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June 20, 2015
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I am pretty sure the 621R is manual chute, with rope start. QZR is the "slide" chute with rope. The QZE is slide chute w/ Electric start. The 4 cycle motor is beefy and is not for your grandma to try to pull start. Opt for the electric start if you have some arm/shoulder issues.
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Please view our compare document for details on each of these models. You can view it online at https://media.toro.com/CatalogDocuments/Compare/sn_12_490-8457_broch_specs_1stage.pdf.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 201 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Filling oil The owner's manual recommends filling the oil in the operating position. However, without a transmission funnel the job is difficult because the fill port is located low and almost horizontal. I tipped the blower forward until it rested on the snow intake, and filled it easily. The manual states the engine will take almost the full bottle of supplied oil, so I stopped a few ounces short of empty. I returned the blower to operating position, and the oil level was perfect. No surprise leaks from filling in this manner. In the garage everything appears perfect. Time and freezing temperatures in actual operation will be the real test. So far, so good. October 23, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good machine, great buy! I read many reviews about snowblowers before buying. This one had good reviews, a few negative ones. But the good reviews out weighed the the bad. I'm so glad I bought it. I told my Husband that I was probably the talk of the neighbors. They all were looking at what a great job my blower was doing in a heavy wet snow. They were all hand shoveling the heavy snow, while I used the blower. I like the ease of moving the shute from side to side. The distance it throws the snow and how well it works in all kinds of snow. I can have the drive, sidewalks and back patio done in a short period of time. It starts with the first pull, even when the temp was below 15 degrees.This was a great buy for me. Canton, MI March 12, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A great snow thrower for its class I researched this for a long time. I was tempted to go with a bigger machine. For huge snows, I'll still pay to get plowed out. However, aside from horrible blizzards with super deep snow, this machine can do a great job. Delivery from HD was ridiculously quick, assembly took 5 minutes, it starts easily, and does a very good job. It clears all the way down to the pavement, throws farther than I had expected, and is small & convenient to store. The EZ chute control is a must-have. Glad I opted for a model with that feature. It makes directing the snow very easy. March 26, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Purchase Had a two stage thrower and sold it to purchase a smaller and more maneuverable single stage and happy I did so. We avg 30 in of snow a year and that comes in 3-8 in increments. The last storm we had was a very wet and heavy snow. It dumped just under a foot on my house and the my shiny red purchase handled it beautifully. I like the fact that is has a few more cc's to the engine than some of the entry models and that the engines are 4 cycle. No more mixing of oil although the manufacturer recommends fuel stabilizer. The extra money to step up to the 621 QZR series is worth it because the quick shoot is my favorite feature as there is no more bending over to adjust where you throw the snow. I have used it for two snows thus far and I am very happy with the purchase. February 17, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Can't say enough good things about this Snowblower Toro has really delivered a superior product with this Snow blower, providing ease of use, power, light weight, and space saving utility in a performance package. Some of the features that I really like are the method that is used to pick up the snow off the sidewalk, which leaves very little snow on the ground. Throwing distance is very good, and I highly recommend the QZR version which has a lever for pointing the snow where ever you want it to go. Starting is also very easy, one pull in most cases, as long as I don't forget to pull out the choke. I am looking forward to the next big snow after 35 years of shoveling and a knee injury. I have no doubts that this Snow blower will be able to handle it, and no more shoveling for me! November 14, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great machine We've had lots snow this year, including one 16" dump of heavy wet stuff. The 621 QZR has performed like a champion. It has no problems with the plow pile even when it's had a chance to freeze up a little. It always starts on the first or second pull. It's easy to manouver and cleans right down to the pavement. I used a 8 hp two stage for a number of years and this machine is superior in every respect except maybe when dealing with the plow pile - then it's just equal. Assembly was a breeze and it uses very little gas. The noise level is much lower than my old 8 hp. January 21, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Highly satisfied Right after we bought it, we got a foot of snow and frigid temperatures. The blower started right up, and didn't clog once. It took me about 15 minutes to clear the snow from my driveway that holds 8 cars, including the heavy gift the village always delivers at the end of the driveway. And it's tall enough to blow the snow over our boxwood hedges. I'm so pleased we got this. January 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Toro Power Clear 621 QZR is an awesome machine Purchased this machine for my snow clearing business. Probably close to 12 hours on the machine thus far. It does clear snow down to the pavement....... even the compacted snow from the automobile tire tracks as long as the tracks have not started to ice up. Performs well in both wet slush and powder. More than enough power to do the job and uses very little gas. It starts with one pull of the rope and runs quiet. The quick zip turning shute is a timer saver and the deflector has many settings. I highly recommend this machine! November 21, 2013
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