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Straightforward and uncomplicated, Snapper equipment is built to be easy to use and easy to own.


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Briggs & Stratton recalls Snapper 82-volt, 18-in cordless electric chainsaws due to injury hazard. In the event of a kickback, the chain brake guard could fail to activate the switch intended to stop the motor, allowing the chain to continue moving.

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Briggs & Stratton recalls Snapper Rear Engine Riding Mowers due to injury hazard. The weld on the drive axle can fail resulting in loss of brake control, posing an injury hazard. 

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Briggs & Stratton recalls Snapper, Simplicity and Massey Ferguson riding mowers due to injury hazard. The reverse-mow option switch can malfunction and allow the riding lawn mowers to unintentionally mow when being driven in a reverse direction, posting a risk of injury to bystanders.

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*Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 82-volts. Nominal voltage is 72.

†50 lb. (360Z) or 100 lb. (560Z) capacity, do not overload; do not carry passengers. Available on select models. See operator's manual for details.