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Home > Helpful Advice Center > When To Replace Scraper Bar

When To Replace Scraper Bar

When to Replace the Paddles and Scraper on a Single Stage Snow blower

There are a few ways to check if your snow blower scrapper is needing replacement

1)    You can tell that a snow blower has a worn scraper because it will no longer clear the snow from the sidewalk as well as it did before wearing

2)    If you see cracking in the snow blower scraper bar

3)    If you see uneven wearing on the scraper bar  ( See Picture Below)
Worn Down Scraper  VS New Scrapper          Worn Down and Cracked Scrapper