John Deere 827E Snowblower

The John Deere 827E 27 inch snow blower is powered by a Snow Series engine designed and built by Briggs and Stratton that provides it’s auger with 11.5 ft-lbs of gross torque power. This dual stage snow thrower is similar to it’s smaller single stage brother, the John Deere 726E snow thrower in that it has a push button 110V electric starter, allowing you to get the JD 827E going without much effort at all on you part.

The fuel tank capacity on the John Deere 827E snowblower maxes out at 3 quarts of gasoline. It also comes with dual halogen lights which make operating it during the early morning or late evening much easier as you can see exactly what you are doing. The 0.25 liter engine transfers it’s power to the auger via a friction disc drive transmission which gives it 6 gears when traveling forward and 2 gears in reverse. The deflector chute can be easily removed if needs be by simply unscrewing it. The chute itself has the flexibility to turn 190 degrees and needs to be operated manually.

The John Deere 827E snow thrower comes with X Trac tires as standard. They have a diameter of 16 inches and are 4.8 inches wide to help make sure that the machine (almost always) stays stuck to the ground. Most users will also appreciate the fact that this 27 inch wide snowblower comes with a quality muffler that keeps the noise from operation down to a minimum. If you find that this snow blower is not big enough for your needs, you can always opt for a bigger one, like the John Deere 1028E snow blower.

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  1. Aubin Jean Guy says:

    it is o.k due to the probleme with the swich it would be find

    the snowblower is Inside the garage every night and clean every time before storage

    Jean Guy Aubin

    Year of Manufacture: 2012
    Pros: work very well
    Cons: to many probleme with discharge chute swich 2 swich in 2 years probleme with on and off key need new swich more money
    had to install ruber house to protect wire because off vabrasion they cut the cuting ont the wire and tuch te metal
    Attachments: very good
    Modifications: over hall i am happy with this snowblower but you need to work on your swich for inition an snow tower

    I had a john deer in 1983 nd this old model 826 never had a probleme it thill working

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