Gasoline Road and Leaf Blower

leaf blower

EBV260Y engine blower has been designed and built to deliver superior performance and reliability without compromise to quality, compromise to quality, comfort, safety, or durability EBV260Y high performance engines represent the leading edge of 2-cycle engine technology, delivering exceptionally high power at remarkably low displacement and weight, As a professional owner/operator, you’ll soon discover why EBV260Y is in a class of its own!

Features of Road and leaf Blower

The road leaf Blower boasts several noteworthy features designed to optimize performance and ensure user convenience:

Equipped with a Renowned Gasoline Engine:
The blower is outfitted with a well-known gasoline engine, ensuring reliability, top-notch performance, and easy startup.

Custom-designed Centrifugal Impeller:
A self-designed centrifugal impeller delivers a substantial air volume and high air pressure, facilitating thorough dust blowing. This makes it suitable for a variety of work requirements.

Adjustable Wind Direction:
The blower offers the convenience of adjustable wind direction, enhancing its usability for different applications.

Powder Coated for Aesthetic Appeal and Corrosion Resistance:
With a sleek powder-coated finish, the blower not only looks aesthetically pleasing but also stands resilient against rust and corrosion.

Applications of Road Leaf Blower

Pre-paving Asphalt Surface Cleaning:
Ideal for sweeping and cleaning road surfaces before asphalt paving.

Road Cleaning for Highways, National Roads, and County Roads:
Suitable for maintaining cleanliness on highways, national roads, and county roads.

Municipal Landscaping Leaf Clearance:
A versatile tool for clearing leaves in municipal landscaping projects.

Construction of Road Markings:
Well-suited for road marking line construction projects.

Precautions for Gasoline Blower Operation

  • Before each engine startup, conduct a thorough pre-operation check to prevent personal injuries and machine damage.
  • Keep flammable materials such as gasoline and matches away from the running engine.
  • Refuel with the fuel level below the neck of the fuel tank, ensuring no fuel residue within the neck.
  • Gasoline is highly flammable, and its vapors can lead to explosions. Refuel in well-ventilated areas, with the engine turned off.
  • Ensure the fuel tank cap is tightly secured.
  • If fuel spills occur, thoroughly clean or allow for evaporation before restarting the engine.
  • Strictly avoid using pure gasoline, adhering to recommended fuel mixtures.

By adhering to these guidelines, users can maximize the efficiency and safety of the gasoline blower in various road maintenance applications.

Assembling The Leaf Blower


Fuel requirements
Use only fresh, clean fuel
Use only fuel with an octane rating of 90 or high
Mix all fuel with premium 2-cycles engine oil at a gasoline/oil ratio of 25:1

Never attempt to mix fuel in the machine fuel tank! Always mix all fuels in a clean, approved container!Some gasoline contain alcohol as an oxygenated!
Oxygenated fuels may cause increased engine operating temperatures! Under certain conditions, alcohol-based fuels may also reduce the lubricating qualities of some mixing oils!
Never use any fuel containing more than 10% alcohol by volume! When an oxygenated fuel must be used fuel containing an ether-based oxygenates such as MTBE is to be preferred over alcohol!
Whenever possible use 2-cycle oil or equivalent oil mixed at a25:1 ratio. Be aware that generic oils and some outboard mixing oils may note intended for use in high-performance air cooled 2-cycle engines, and should never be used in your engine machine

Starting a Flooded Engine

  1. Disconnect the spark plug lead, and use the spark plug wrench to remove the plug in a counterclockwise direction.
  2. If the spark plug is fouled or is soaked with fuel, clean or replace the plug as required.
  3. Clean excess fuel form the combustion chamber by cranking the engine several times while the spark is removed.
  4. Install the spark plug and firmly tighten it with the spark plug wrench. If a torque wrench is available, torque the spark plug to 148-165 inch-pounds. Reconnect the spark plug lead.
  5. Repeat the starting procedures for “ warm engine”
  6. If the engine still fails to fire or start, refer to the troubleshooting flowchart at the end of this manual.

Routine Mainteances

Every 10 Hours (More Frequently In Dusty Conditions)

  1. Loosen the air cleaner cover retaining screw, and remove the cover and filter element.
  2. Inspect the element. If the element is distorted or damaged, replace it with a new one.
  3. Wash the element in clean fuel, and squeeze or blow dry. Wash the air cleaner cover in clean fuel, and wipe or blow dry.
  4. Install the element and cover, and the tighten the cover retaining screw.

Every 10/15 Hours

  1. Use the spark plug wrench to remove the spark plug ( turn counter-clockwise to remove)
  2. Clean and adjust the spark plug gap to 0.6-0.7mm. Replace any damaged or visibly worn plug with a champion RCJ6Y or equivalent.
  3. Install the spark plug finger-tight in the cylinder head, and then tighten it firmly with the spark plug wrench. If a torque wrench is available, torque the spark plug to 148-165 inch pounds.

Every 50 Hours

  • More frequently if you note reduced performance
  • Inspect the entire machine and tubes for damage, including loose or missing components, and repair as necessary.
  • Fuel filter use a wire hook to extract the fuel filter from inside the fuel filter, and then remove and wash the filer element in clean fuel.
  • Before reinstalling the filter, inspect the condition of the fuel line. If any damage or deterioration identified, the vacuum should be removed from service until it can be inspected by a trained service technician.

Storage(30 days or longer)

CLEANING Thoroughly clean the machine exterior.
INSPECTION Inspect the entire machine and tubes for damage, including loose or missing components, and repair as necessary.
FUEL Drain the fuel tank, and the clear the carburetor and lines by running the machine until it stops from lack of fuel.
LUBRICATION Remove the spark plug, and then pour approximately 1/4-oz of oil into the cylinder through the spark plug hole. Before reinstalling the spark plug, pull the recoil starter 2 to 3 times to distribute the oil over the cylinder walls.
AIR CLEANER Remove, clean, and reinstall the filter element as described under


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