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Blowers are a must have tool when you need to quickly clean a yard.  Leaf blowers are a great tool for cleaning.

AL-KO Blowers

Alpina Blowers

Black & Decker Blowers

Castelgarden Blowers

Craftsman Blowers

Cub Cadet Blowers

Dolmar Blowers

Earthwise Blowers

Echo Blowers

Efco Blowers

Greenworks Blowers

Hitachi Blowers

Homelite Blowers

Honda Blowers

Husqvarna Blowers

Jonsered Blowers

Kawasaki Blowers

Little Wonder Blowers

Makita Blowers

McCulloch Blowers

Mountfield Blowers

Oleo-Mac Blowers

Parker Blowers

Poulan Pro Blowers

RedMax Blowers

Remington Blowers

Ryobi Blowers

Shindaiwa Blowers

Simplicity Blowers

Snapper Blowers

Stihl Blowers

Sun Joe Blowers

Talon Blowers

Tanaka Blowers

Toro Blowers

Troy-Bilt Blowers

Weed Eater Blowers

Worx Blowers

Yard-Man Blowers

What are the different types of Leaf Blowers?

2 Cycle Gasoline Blowers The most common blower type is a 2 cycle Gasoline Blower.  They are also known as 2 stoke Gasoline Blowers.  These engines use gasoline mixed with oil.  The most common ratio is 50:1.  This ratio is 50 parts gas to one part oil.

4 Cycle Gasoline Leaf Blowers Four cycle gasoline blowers were recently introduced to the market.  They use regular gasoline and require an oil reservoir to lubricate the engine.

Electric Plug In Leaf Blowers Electric Blowers were developed in the 1990s.  They are powered by 120V A/C motors.  In order to power the blower, they must be plugged in using extension cords while they are being operated.  While electric blowers require less maintenance than gasoline blowers, they do not have the power that gasoline blowers possess. 

Cordless Rechargeable Blowers Cordless rechargeable blowers were developed in the early 2000s.  They are typically powered by Li-Ion cordless batteries.  Cordless blowers have the benefit of being able to be used without the restrictions of an extension cord.  They also require less maintenance than gasoline blowers, but also have less power than electric and gasoline blowers.

Backpack Blowers - Larger Blowers are worn on the operators back.  

Handheld Blowers - Handheld Blowers are operated by carrying the blower with one hand or with a strap helping to support blower.

Wheeled Blowers - Wheeled blowers are the most powerful type of leaf blower.

What are the different names for Leaf Blowers?

Blowers are called; 2 Cycle Gasoline Blowers, 4-Cycle Blowers, Backpack Blowers, Blowers, Blower / Vacs, Electric Blowers, and Leaf Blowers. 



Blower Parts Manual 2013