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Husqvarna ST 324P has been developed for landowners who need a high-capacity, robust and durable snow thrower that comfortably clears large areas. It has been designed for frequent use in all snow conditions, 6-24 in. The two-stage system, hydrostatic transmission and power steering ensure easy operation. Throughout, it has heavy-duty components for maximum durability in all conditions, such as its robust auger housing, cast iron auger gear box and cast iron impeller. Features heated handle grips, LED headlight and electric starter for work in all weather conditions.
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Worth every penny.
from Mammoth Lakes, CA
Comments about ST 32P:
This blower will go toe-to-toe with blowers that cost double the price. Great blower. Plenty of power. Hydro tyranny allows very easy use as. Far as slowing down to chew through the heavy stuff or speeding up to clear the basics. Ergonomics and controls are right where you want them.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Bend, Oregon
About Me Do-It-Yourself
Ran great, while it worked Used five times in a winter storm warning, then auger belt broke. In shop now waitting on parts, just received bill from purchase.Very disappointed.
Primary functions/build solid, linkage and controls flimsy
from Richmond VA
When it comes to the engine, drive and auger this is a solid machine. So, why Husky decided to cheap out on the upper controls and linkage is a real mystery - assuming this machine was tested in real conditions. The linkage that attach to the engagement paddles can easily fall off the paddles and thus disable the operations...this happened within 30 minutes of operation. I am a "tool guy" so, I was able to get them back on, but the plastic "notch" that they are suppose to stay in is too thin and unstable and thus, the linkage arm can consistently fall off the paddles. Additionally, the auger hold down mechanism that frees up one's right hand for chute movement is again pathetic inadequate plastic and the contact point (1/8 inch notched plastic) slips away from the steel contact plate and thus, the hold down is inoperable and every time I have to change the shoot, I have to stop the motion of the blower because my right hand has to stay on the auger paddle, while my left needs to stay on the drive paddle. Again, I do not know why Husky did not "beef up" this control portion of the machine, as it controls the features one is buying that make this blower easy and effective to use. My dealer and I are attempting to fabricate fixes to these two problems experienced in the first 30 minutes of use and if we are unable to achieve a permanent and reliable fix they will take the machine back...come on man (Husky) the difference in your cost of building this unit could not increase so significantly that you are prohibited from making the control/linkage as good as the rest of the machine. I live in Virginia and I can only imagine what it would be like in more intense climate conditions.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
So i looked all over at snow blowers. I compared this back and forth looking at Powermax and Ariens. I have never owned a Husqvarna anything so they are new to me. I hated the Ariens auto turn after using it. I liked the Powermax but they didn't hake a heavy duty in a 24" wide only 26". This Husqvarna I have owned a little over a year. This is the best starting single cylinder engine I have ever owned. It always starts on one pull. I put the unit away for the summer per the manual but was really shocked when after sitting all summer i put gas in the tank and one pull away it went. The Hydro trans is great. After running this you won't want anything but a hydro. The blower has good power and can move about anything you can feed it. You can go to fast and work the engine hard, I'm a power junkie however, everything needs more power. However there has never been a pile of snow this machine didn't eat alive. My neighbor has a comparable Ariens and looked at my Husqvarna like I bought a second rate machine. After a year of watching it he came over on the last storm and asked to use mine. I said sure. Not that his was broken but he likes the big Husqvarna better i think....lol. At the end of the day if someone broke in my garage tonight and stole it would i buy another ST324P or look around? No questions asked I would go back to the same dealer and get the exact same machine. After a year of service that's pretty good in my book, I've owned things for a month and said never again.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
from CAPE COD
OK. 2015 FEB CAPE COD MA. I WAS TOLD TO SHELTER IN PLACE AT MY LATITUDE WELL BELOW THE MASON DIXON BECAUSE MY WAMPANOG BROTHERS AND SISTERS WERE'NT FEELING THE WARM AND FUZZYIES OF GLOBAL WARMING. THAT TIME AWAY WAS WELL SPENT WEIGHING THE DIFFERENT TECH IN SNOW BLOWERS AND VALUE FOR THE INVESTMENT. THE HYDROSTATIC DRIVE WAS THE ONE FOR ME AND BECAUSE I OWN A THIRTY YEAR OLD CHAIN SAW THAT RUNS LIKE NEW, HUSQVARNA WAS MY GOTO SNOW BLOWER. 23JAN2016 THE SNOW WAS WET AND HEAVY AT 15" AND CHANGE. ONCE I FOUND THE THROTTLE BELOW THE CHOKE I WAS RELOCATING SNOW TWO TOWNS AWAY. THE SNOW BANKS FROM THE PLOWS WERE NO MATCH FOR THE POWER OF THIS MACHINE AND THE TRIGGER CONTROL STEERING MAKES THIS TASK FUN. I'VE USED OTHER SNOW BLOWERS AND NONE CAN MATCH WHAT THIS MACHINE'S HYDROSTATIC DRIVE DOES.
(11 of 16 customers found this review helpful)
ST 324P Review
Comments about Husqvarna ST 32P:
I have had this snowblower for appx 1 month during some heavy snow storms of 12 + inches so I think I can review this machine honestly (living in New England during the 2015 snow season)For the positive: Power and plenty of it. This machine, even at 24" can move some snow.Solid construction of auger supports and bearings.Weight is both a positive and a negative. Great when you want traction and not so great when you need to maneuver.For the negative: Poor design and engineering of the engine has placed the fuel fill within a couple of inches of the engine exhaust. Granted, I know that you should never fill a hot machine but poor design is poor design. I am sure that I don't have the most exposure to small engines compared to some but a good engine design would have the fuel fill as far away as possible to the exhaust manifold, not right next to each other. If I had noticed this at the dealer I would not have bought this machine!After 3 uses of appx 1.5 hours each the output shaft seal is starting to leak oil. I am waiting until the weather improves to have the vendor I bought it from drag it into their shop for warranty because I am sure it will be at least two or three weeks for a repair.The wheel base is wider than the auger chute. This is not such a huge problem but its a bit annoying when you are trying to make your final pass and the wheel runs over the snow bank and makes your edges look bad.Like the other review it didn't come with an LED light. A neighbor has one with an LED lamp and what a difference.The discharge chute direction control has an annoying detent that is supposed to keep your chute from turning during use. You have to push down and than move the lever side to side for chute control. Try doing that fast when you are getting a face full of snow and your hands are frozen. Get rid of the detent!The heated grips are nice but when you depress the necessary levers the extra diameter of the handle is too thick and its uncomfortable.The engine is quite noisy.This machine could have potential but because of the issues that I have listed I would not recommend this machine. I would love to talk to the QC inspectors as well as the design engineers of the engine to see what they were thinking when they made this.I have had my old snowblower for 12 years. With the trouble I have had so far I don't have such high hopes for this one.
(7 of 25 customers found this review helpful)
I really love this blower. But the description says it comes with an LED headlamp. Mine came with a regular headlamp. Not sure why?
(5 of 23 customers found this review helpful)
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Snow is fed into the housing by an auger and then discharged through the chute by an impeller.
Infinitely variable hydrostatic drive system provides convenient driving with optimum control.
Convenient trigger control power steering allows superior maneuverability in adverse conditions.
The robust and durable auger housing gives sturdy operation, efficient snow clearing and long product lifetime.
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