John Deere 1332PE Snow Blower

The John Deere 1332PE dual stage snow blower has an impressive 32 inch clearing width. This model is almost always exclusively used by professional contractors and commercial outfits due to it’s size and robust power output. The JD 1332PE snow thrower is powered by a 4 stroke snow series ‘MAX’ engine designed and built by Briggs and Stratton. This engine provides 16.5 ft-lbs of gross torque power which is identical to the gross torque power of the John Deere 1330SE snowblower.

The 4 quart fuel tank provided with the John Deere 1332PE snowblower will allow you to operate the machine for long periods without having to refill it every 5 minutes. The JD 1332PE is very easy to operate thanks in part to it’s well constructed chassis and parts. The dash mounted chute deflector is electronically controlled and is able to rotate through 200 degrees so that you will always be able to direct snow away from the area you are clearing.

The engine powering the John Deere 1332PE snow thrower routes power to it’s wheels via a friction disk drive transmission that give it 6 gears going forward and 2 when reversing. Like the other large snow blowers in this series, the JD 1332PE’s handles are heated for comfort which makes operating it for long hours much easier and more comfortable than snow blowers from days gone by. This machine uses a serrated steel auger for cutting into snow and breaking it up effectively before spitting it out the chute deflector. This model should be big enough for most contractors, but if not, there is always the slightly bigger John Deere 1338PE snow blower.

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2 Reviews of the “John Deere 1332PE Snow Blower”

  1. Steve Burke says:

    Picked this up from PowderMill Sports in October. First time I tried to use it the chute would only go half way. 3 Inches of snow would only toss it just beyond the side of the machine. Had an older John Deere machine that worked great for many years so I figured I’d get another one, HUGE MISTEAK!!!! Should have gone with the Ariens.
    If you’re thinking about one of these don’t, go for the Ariens, friend bought one, 10 times the machine this piece of junk is.
    Anyone looking to buy I’ll sell cheap. Only used twice…

    Year of Manufacture: 2011
    Pros: None
    Cons: Thing is a piece of junk, basically $2400.00 out the window.
    Attachments: None
    Modifications: None

  2. snowman says:


    Year of Manufacture: 2010
    Pros: good snow mover, even in wet, heavy snow
    Cons: Turning is by man-handle, despite JD’s promotional. Corners ARE a problem

    I have had a problem with the electric chute deflector, sometimes does not work, and there is no way to manually control

    Attachments: none
    Modifications: none

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