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McCulloch MC621ES (21") 208cc Electric Start Single-Stage Snow Blower

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Grade
Style
Clearing
21"
Wide
Intake
13"
High
Surface

Paved
Area

Large
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Re-Designed For 2011 - 2012!
Scraper bar now hugs the ground
Prevents snow from flying back from under the snow blower

208cc LCT 4-Cycle Engine - Largest Engine In Class
Electric start - just press a button and off you go!
Up to 90 minutes run time on a tank of gas

Single Stage System
Auger/paddle churns the snow and throws it from discharge chute
Smooth ratcheting manual chute adjuster
Designed for smaller driveways, sidewalks, decks and patios
Ideal for clearing light, powdery snow

Fully Welded Steel Frame
Durable steel auger housing
Ergonomic Handle

Fiber Reinforced Rubber Auger Blades
Ball bearing auger supports
Provides forward propulsion
Composite scraper bar cleans path clear of snow



Model
  Model Number:961 82 00-06
 UPC:085388802729
 Manufacturer:McCulloch
Engine
 Brand:LCT
 Type:4-Cycle OHV
 Power:208 cc
 Torque:9.00 ft-lbs Net Torque
 Starting System:120-Volt Electric /w Recoil
 Fuel Tank:1.6 quarts (1.51 liters)
Auger
 Diameter:8 (20.32 cm)
 Material:Rubber
Chute
 Material:Plastic
 Chute Rotation:Manual
 Turning Radius:180°
 Max Throwing Distance:45 feet (13.72 meters)
Drive System
 Drive:Auger Drive
 Tire Type:Alternate Bar Tread
 Tire Size:8" x 2" (20.32 cm x 5.08 cm)
Options
 Remote Deflector Contols:No
 Drift Cutters:Not Applicable
 Front Weights:Not Applicable
 Interlocking Controls:No
 Hand Warmers:No
 Skid Shoes:Not Applicable
Overview
 Weight:90 Lbs. (40.82 kilograms)
 Dimensions:48.0L x 21.0W x 38.0H
(121.92 x 53.34 x 96.52 cm)
 Consumer Warranty:2 Years
 Commercial Warranty:Not Available
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Q: is McCulloch still made in USA or did they sellout to China like most everyone else?
by Anonymous on August 06, 2011

A: The McCulloch snow blowers are all produced in the United States
by Joe, Product Expert

McCulloch 961 82 00-06 Reviews & Ratings
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Dennis Mcallister
Greenlawn, NY
REVIEWED
JAN.
31
2011
2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5
Mcculloch Mc621es Not A Happy Story
After reading the reviews and looking at various blowers I thought the McCulloch would fill our needs. One of the reasons for the selection was that I was getting messages from SB Direct that the blower was in-stock, ready to ship. As Long Island, NY was expecting to get another 16" of snow, I not only ordered the machine but paid the extra $50.00 for express same day shipping, as it turned out the blower shipped a day or day and a half later therefore it arrived the day after the storm... more
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Joe
Cedar Rapids, IA
REVIEWED
DEC.
28
2010
2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5
Blows Snow Under Blower
There is so much snow coming under the blower it completely coats your boots and pants. Is this normal? I have never seen any other blower do this.
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Lawrence L.
Minneapolis, MN
Total Reviews
2 Reviews
REVIEWED
APR.
12
2011
2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5
Mcculloch Snow Thrower
I bought the McCulloch MC621 snow thrower. The motor is fine and starts easy. My trouble is the snow that comes
back from under the machine and on my feet. It also leaves snow after it's path. It does not clean down to the cement like Toro and other snow throwers. My neighbor bought a used MTD single stage and his cleans right down to the cement. I have to almost push this one.
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Bill Hill
Radnor, PA
REVIEWED
FEB.
22
2011
4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Hang Up The Shovel
The snow blower arrived after a series of storms the first part of February in the N. East. Very little assembly and it sat in the garage for 3 weeks. Then it snowed.

Well the machine started up electrically with no problem and I proceeded to learn how to use it. Specifically staying upwind of the discharge. The machine threw snow 30 plus feet even the heavier bottom snow. With heavier snow you have to set the chute with very little downward angle or it will clog.

The machine does kick... more
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Dave Camp
Wallingford, CT
Purchased from Snow Blowers Direct
Purchased 1/24/11
REVIEWED
FEB.
15
2011
1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5
Not Wild About This Mcculloch
Don't care for it. Blows to much snow back at you under the machine so your shoes and pants get soaked. Next one will be a two stage. Next time I'll try the pr624es or a Husqvarna.
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Michael
New Hyde Park, NY
Purchased from Snow Blowers Direct
Purchased 1/18/11
REVIEWED
FEB.
10
2011
4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Nice Mcculloch
Machine Has Plenty Of power does a good job clearing snow. Major problem is it pushes snow under machine that hits you in the legs
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Aj
Chelmsford, MA
REVIEWED
FEB.
02
2011
4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
How Is It Fixed
I have now used it twice and it is fine, as of now. I had owned a Troy bilt and it broke after two hours. I am having the same problem of snow out the back. How is it fixed. I can't even find it on a McCulloch site. Overall it seems ok. I purchased it the other day from a shop and they have an excellent rep and put it together. But I really would like to know how to fix this annoying problem..
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Ray
North Branford, CT
REVIEWED
JAN.
08
2011
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Ray In New England
I purchased my McCULLOCH from a local power equipment dealer. This blower has replaced a craftsman single stage blower that i have had for several years that started to break down. The McCULLOCH is far more powerful and very easy to maneuver. I just used it for the first time in 6+ inches of wet snow and I am very pleased with how it threw even wet snow, the only problem I had was your feet are covered in snow from under the bottom of machine other than that extremely pleased with its power.
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Ned
Westerly, RI
REVIEWED
FEB.
05
2011
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Good Single Stage Blower
It was delivered on time, the evening of a 8" storm. A lot of comments mentioned that it spewed snow under the blower onto your boots. They were right on! BUT it was easy to fix, just adjust the scrapper blade and it was minimized.
In summary, a good choice, good price. Just a side note. My previous one was a small Toro, about 25 lbs. This one is not light, 90 lbs.
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Scott Kitzerow
Overland Park, KS
Purchased from Snow Blowers Direct
Purchased 11/14/10
REVIEWED
JAN.
29
2011
4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Review Update
Apparently, the spark plug wire disconnected during my first use in the snow.....after reconnecting, the blower fired right back up. My revised review would be that the unit is OK...but, in reality, I have never, in my life, had a spark plug wire become disconnected all by itself....in the middle of running....
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Scott
Overland Park, KS
REVIEWED
JAN.
20
2011
1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5
My 30 Year Old Toro Is Way Better.
Purchased in October, to be ready for the snow season. Product arrived on time, as ordered. I uncrated, added the oil, added fresh gas, and the unit started right up on the first pull. I started it every week just to make sure that it would be ready when needed.

First snowfall of the year, the blower started without any problems.....THEN, the problems started....the blower only ran for about 5 minutes before it quit...no sputtering, laboring, choking...just quit. I hauled it back into... more
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