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Toro Power Max 726 OE Two-Stage Electric Snowblower with 26-Inch Clearing Width

Model # 38614|Store SKU # 1000687129

Overview

Model # 38614 Store SKU # 1000687129

Stand up to rough weather with the Toro Power Max Two-Stage 26-inch snowblower. With a dual-stage design, 26-inch clearing width and 21.5-inch intake height, this snowblower is ideal for larger jobs. With six forward speeds and two reverse speeds, you can choose the right speed for the conditions. The expanded chute base and inverted, funnel-shaped design help prevent snow buildup, and the interlock systems allows for one-handed operation, so you can change the speed or the direction of the chute without stopping. Extension cord not included.

  1. Powerful Briggs and Stratton 205cc four-cycle engine clears a 26-inch path and throws snow up to 45 feet
  1. Quick Stick Chute Controls lets you easily change direction and angle of thrown snow
  1. PowerMax ACS Anti-Clogging System helps prevent clogging by preventing too much snow from being fed to the chute
  1. The commercial-grade auger gear case is designed to withstand extreme stress, eliminating the need for troublesome shear pins
  1. Rugged discharge chute, ACS, and deflector come with a lifetime limited warranty
  1. Easy starting with electric start

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
62
Assembled Height (in inches)
44.5
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
204
Assembled Width (in inches)
27.5
Packaged Depth (in inches)
47.6
Packaged Height (in inches)
40.5
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
244
Packaged Width (in inches)
29.8

Details

Country of Origin
US-United States
Product Type
Cordless Electric Snow Blower

Warranty / Certifications

3-Year limited warranty
Power Max 726 OE Two-Stage Electric Snowblower with 26-Inch Clearing WidthToro Power Max 726 OE Two-Stage Electric Snowblower with 26-Inch Clearing WidthStand up to rough weather with the Toro Power Max Two-Stage 26-inch snowblower. With a dual-stage design, 26-inch clearing width and 21.5-inch intake height, this snowblower is ideal for larger jobs. With six forward speeds and two reverse speeds, you can choose the right speed for the conditions. The expanded chute base and inverted, funnel-shaped design help prevent snow buildup, and the interlock systems allows for one-handed operation, so you can change the speed or the direction of the chute without stopping. Extension cord not included.
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Power Max 726 OE Two-Stage Electric Snowblower with 26-Inch Clearing Width is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 169.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from great investment I bought this machine in 2013 and I have had it for a little over six years now..it has started everytime I wanted to use it.since we do get a lot of snow here,it has been thru the test of time.just last week,i noticed that the auger kept turning even when the lever was released.after checking it out, I seen that when I grabbed the auger and impeller shaft and gave it a shake,there was play in the bearing.the bearing was shot..i went on youtube and seen a video of this exact model with the same problem.so, I decided to change it myself..new bearing,two new flanges and three new bolts,and I put it back together and it runs perfect.it took little over an hour to change the parts.the pulley came right off with a little nudge from a pry bar,greased some of the parts,and put both halves together again.my daughter did assist me in getting the bolts aligned..every spring I run it completely dry of fuel,clean it off and spray the moving parts and put it in the shed for the summer.
Date published: 2019-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best purchase I made as a home owner I bought this during summer and got a great deal. I do 5 houses in my neighborhood as a lot of them are over 70. We have had record snow fall this year and I have had no issues at all with this. Owned if for 2 winters and it has had zero issues.
Date published: 2019-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent and efficient Here in cold and snowy Norway the machine just. I have have owned tha machines 3 winters now and it just start when i need it too. It throws the snow far away and is really efficient. The only thing i do miss is a light on it due to it is dark in winter time in Norway. But dont find a power souce to connect a external light.
Date published: 2019-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from RELIABLE!!! Starts first pull every time Have owned 726 OE for 8 years . Change spark plug yearly. Still starts on first pull every time. Had last toro for 20 years!!!
Date published: 2018-11-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Product leaking gas from somewhere I bought my Toro brand-new I have only a few storms under it's belt . As I got ready for this big snow storm I filled up with fresh 94 octane gas and started it up . Ran for a while then started to notice it wasn't running correctly. Checked everything over checked gas line was in full open position , checked all safety control's. Needed some gas anyway and started filling it up with gas and noticed gas dripping from carberutor area . So anyone know what exactly is going on
Date published: 2018-11-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Warranty is important I bought a PowerMax 726oe with a Briggs and Stratton engine in February 2013. I have a large driveway and the Toro PowerMax worked well in heavy snow while the engine lasted. Unfortunately, despite the fact I serviced the engine and kept the Toro in my garage year round, the engine came to an abrupt stop during use in March of 2016. The oil level was not low. I rented a truck to have it serviced by the dealer and was told i needed a new engine, although I was not told EXACTLY what was wrong- only that my warranty recently expired and that it was "probably " a broken rod. The cost of the repair would be almost as much as a new snowblower. I was told Toro no longer uses Briggs and Stratton engines and they now manufacture their own because of performance issues. I also have two Toro lawnmowers and 2 leaf blowers which do work great. Next time I will pay more attention to the warranty when comparing snow blowers.
Date published: 2016-10-31
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Doesn't come through Bought Model Powermax 726E in April 2012 after my older showblower couldn't handle the prior year's winter. This model was highly rated, so I was willing to pay the price. I hardly needed the machine over the last couple winters, so it's almost brand new. We are in midst of the blizzard and the auger turns very slowly, so it's useless
Date published: 2016-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Look the Quick Stick and Electric start Bought a couple years ago, use in Minnesota. Crazy powerful with strong Briggs and Strattion 9hp engine. Will blow wet heavy snow as well, just need to slow down a tiny bit. Thing starts and runs like what is needed and expected. Always run non-oxygenated gas though as my experience with ethanol fuels equals a carb rebuild every few years.
Date published: 2015-11-30
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Do you need to mix gas and oil with this model?

Asked by: Anonymous
No you do not. Regular unleaded gas is OK and I added a gas stabilizer to th.e gas according to the directions
Answered by: officerbob007
Date published: 2013-10-23

does it come with a light?

In some photos there is a light included and in others there is not.
Asked by: Anonymous
This model 38614 does not come with a light.
Answered by: PeterfromToro
Date published: 2013-10-23

How many horsepower does the powermax 726 have?

We own a yardworks 10.5 H.P.(30 inch cut). We get a lot of heavy snowfalls, and our machine often struggles to complete the job. (not to mention it does not throw snow very far) I am concerned that the Toro would fair no better. Any comments? Thank-You
Asked by: Anonymous
13.5 HP
Answered by: OurTom
Date published: 2013-10-23
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