Husqvarna 14527E Crown Series Dual Stage Snow Blower

The Husqvarna 14527E Crown Series Dual Stage Snow Blower is a step up from the Husqvarna 11524E Crown Series Dual Stage Snow Blower and is most notably different as it has a clearing width that’s 3 inches wider. The 14527E snow thrower is powered by a 4 stroke Briggs and Stratton engine . This engine has a displacement of 0.31 liters which provides both the auger and impeller as well as the wheels with ample power to easily and efficiently attack very large snow drifts. The wheels on the 14527E are very big with a diameter of 0.41 m (16 inches) and a wheel width of 0.18 m (7 inches).

The Husqvarna 14527E Crown Series 2 stage snow blower is pretty heavy at 106.6 kg (235 lbs). It has a clearing width of 0.69 m (27 inches) and an intake height of 0.58 m (23 inches). What a lot of people love about this Husqvarna dual stage snow thrower is that you have a choice as to how you start it it. You can start it by using the pull cord, recoil mechanism which can take a bit of effort (especially on cold winter mornings) or you can start it by simply plugging it in and pressing the electric starter button.

The Husqvarna 14527E Crown Series dual stage snowblower has a single hand interlocking system that the operator can use to free up one hand while the snow blower is in use. This hand will now be free to do things like change the chute direction or deflector angle. This snow thrower also has heavy duty skid shoes to help control the height you are cutting at and prevent scratches or serious damage from being made on the surface you are operating on. Interestingly, Husqvarna also produce 2 other dual stage snow blowers with a 0.69 m (27 inches) clearing width. These are the Husqvarna 12527HV Snow Blower and the Husqvarna 11527SB Snow Blower.

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2 Reviews of the “Husqvarna 14527E Crown Series Dual Stage Snow Blower”

  1. Randy Griffith says:

    The best of the 10 models that I have owned,

    Year of Manufacture: 2009
    Pros: IBest snowblower out there
    Cons: One of my tires was down on air, added air
    Attachments: I put this to work in heavy snow , does a great job.
    Modifications: Added Cab

  2. Lon Marshall says:

    Not a good machine.

    Year of Manufacture: 0
    Pros: It starts most of the time.
    Cons: Turning levers seize up and wheel won’t engauge. Left wheel goes slower than right wheel so it wants to pull left because something is slipping. Reverse barely works and is slow when it does work. Wires not tied down and come loose. Chute elevator is poorly designed and doesn’t have the travel it should.
    I bought a Husky because I thought is would be a great machine but it really lousy. I can’t even take it apart to try to fix it without voiding the warranty so I’ll have to drive 40 miles to a service provider, leave it and be without till they get around to fixing it if it can be fixed.
    I wish I could get my money back.

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