What Kind of Oil Do You Use in a Toro Snowblower?

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Toro's Power Clear line of snowblowers includes 11 models designed for residential use after medium to heavy snowfalls. These are gasoline-powered machines, available in both single or double stage models. Single stage are recommended for clearing small to medium size areas of concrete or asphalt where the snowfall is light and fluffy and does not exceed six inches in depth. Double stage models are designed for larger areas of mixed surfaces such as concrete and gravel, and where the snowfall is wet and heavy and over six inches in depth. Toro recommends the same oil grade and viscosity for all four-cycle Power Clear snowblowers. The two-cycle models use an oil/gas mixture for lubrication.

Power Clear 180

  • The Power Clear 180 (Model 38272) uses standard 10W30 automotive or 5W30 synthetic oil. Its maximum oil fill capacity is 12 ounces.

Two-cycle Power Clear 202 and 221Q

  • The Power Clear 201 and Power Clear 221Q (Models 38587 and 38583) are two-cycle models which require a 50:1 mixture of regular unleaded gasoline with Toro brand 2-Cycle Oil or an equivalent high-grade, NMMA TCW III-certified 2-cycle oil.

Power Clear 421 and 421Q

  • The Power Clear 421 and 421Q (Models 38453 and 38588) use standard 10W30 automotive or 5W30 synthetic oil. The maximum oil fill capacity of both models is 20 ounces.

Power Clear 722 And 726

  • The Power Clear 722 and 726 (Models 38608 and 38614) use standard 10W30 automotive or 5W30 synthetic oil. The maximum oil fill capacity of both models is 20 ounces.

Power Clear 826 And 828

  • The Power Clear 826 and 828 (Models 38614 and 38634) use standard 10W30 automotive or 5W30 synthetic oil. The maximum oil fill capacity of both models is 20 ounces.

Power Clear 1028 And 1128

  • The Power Clear 1028 and 1128 (Models 38644 and 38654) use standard 10W30 automotive or 5W30 synthetic oil. The maximum oil fill capacity of both models is 28 ounces.

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