TURNING MADE EASY
Dual-trigger steering makes tight turns effortless. It allows you to stop the power to either wheel, easily turning the machine left or right.
Dash-mounted chute rotation and deflector controls make it easy to point snow exactly where you want it.
FREE HAND™ CONTROL
Free Hand™ Control allows you to drive with one hand while changing speed or adjusting the deflector direction with the other hand.
POWERFUL SNOW ENGINES
Briggs & Stratton® Snow Series Engines are guaranteed to start on the coldest days down to -20° F.* These engines will deliver the power you need to move thick, heavy snow. Whether tackling a light dusting of snow or winter’s worst storm, engines matter. *Conditions will apply. See the operator manual or visit briggsandstratton.com for complete details
STEEL DASH WITH LED HEADLIGHTS
The heavy-duty steel dash panel includes convenient controls and LED headlights.
HEATED HAND GRIPS
Heated hand grips with on/off switch keep your hands warmer on cold winter days.
|Model||2132||Throwing Distance (ft)**||60|
|Clearing Width (in)||32||Auger Type||Serrated Steel|
|Intake Height (in)||23||Auger Diameter (in)||14|
|Auger Gear Case Material||Heavy-Duty Cast-Iron||Skid Shoes||Polymer Reversible|
|Number of Impeller Blades||3||Engine Model||2100 Professional Series TM|
|Engine Brand||Briggs & Stratton||Engine Displacement||420|
|Torque (ft-lbs, gross)*||21.00||Starter||Electric w/ Recoil Back-up|
|Fuel Tank Capacity (qts)||5.9.0||Chute Rotation||200° Electric|
|Chute Material||Steel||Drive Type||Friction Disc Drive|
|Chute Deflector||Electric||Ground Speed-REV (mph)||2|
|Ground Speed-FWD (mph)||6||Panel Type||Steel|
|Tire Size/Thread (in)||Arctic Trac 16X4.8||Heated Hand Grips||Standard|
|Free Hand TM Control||Standard||Dual-Trigger Steering||Yes|
|Headlight||Dual LED||Storage Cover||Optional|
|Clear Out Tool||Standard||Drift Cutters||Optional|
|Snow Cab||Optional||Tire Chains||Optional|
*All power levels are stated gross torque per SAE J1940 as rated by Briggs & Stratton.
**Capacity and throwing distances can be affected greatly by conditions.