Cub Cadet 2X 30 HP Two-Stage Snow Thrower

Cub Cadet

$ 1,199.00  

30" CLEARING WIDTH  2-STAGE CUB CADET SNOW THROWER

  • Easy push-button electric start 357cc OHV engine
  • You're covered winter after winter with a premium 3-year limited residential and 1-year limited commercial warranty
  • Dual LED headlights offer superior illumination regardless of chute location
  • Trigger-control power steering for unmatched control, effortless maneuverability and one-hand operation

SPECIFICATIONS

Engine

Engine 

357cc Cub Cadet OHV

Push Button Electric Start

Standard (110 volt)

Oil Fill Tube

Extended

Fuel Tank Capacity

5 quarts US / 4.7 L

Dimensions

Clearing Width

30"

Intake Height

23"

Auger Design

Heavy-duty serrated steel

Auger Diameter

12"

Impeller Diameter

12"

Drive System

Steerable drive system

Speeds

6 forward / 2 reverse

Features

Headlight

Standard

Deluxe Skid Shoes

Deluxe polymer

Shave Plate

Steel

Single-Hand Operation

Standard

Chute

Chute Rotation

Overhead crank w/ tilt

Chute

5" heavy-duty steel

Chute Clearing Device

Dual in-dash LED

Tires

Tire Size

16" x 6.5"

Tread

X-TRAC™

Warranty

Warranty

3 year limited residential / Limited lifetime on chute

 

 

 

 

Customer Reviews

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D.
Mowtown and Snow Blower are Awesome

Mowtown has excellent customer service, speedy delivery and the Cub Cadet plows through 6 inches of snow without a problem. Not much snow this winter but I’m sure it will plow through a foot+ without an issue.

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R.S.
Cub Cadet 2X 30 - What a difference

Keep in mind some of these are just personal opinions. All I can compare it to is my 20 year old Craftsman 26" 9hp blower. Which has served me well for 20 years. It was just time to get something bigger.

The GOOD: Nice and big. I can get through deep snow and cut wider paths. I love it. It throws the snow far. I now have to watch for cars coming down the street so I can stop, otherwise I would be hitting them with snow. It's much quieter than my old one even though it is a much bigger engine. She's a pretty looking machine. It runs and starts flawlessly. Plenty of power. The controls are nice. The chute rotation is about 190 degrees and is done with about a 1 1/2 turn of the chute control knob. My old one took 9 full turns each time I wanted to rotate my chute left or right. The speed of the machine is fast. 1st gear is like 3rd gear on my old blower. Since this machine can handle more snow, it is nice to be able to go a little faster at times.

The BAD: (my opinion) The handle controls are clumsy. Even though this is the style that all snow blowers seem to have moved to, I do not like them at all. My old blower had the lawnmower style handle and these new blowers have the bicycle style handles. It makes it much harder to pull the blower backwards. It makes it harder to push the blower forward when it needs a little shove. The power turning works just as advertised, but again it's just something I don't like. Maybe if I get use to it, I'll appreciate it more. The tires traction. Don't like them at all. My 20 year old blower had outstanding tire traction. It would literally keep pushing into a snow bank. The tires on my Cub Cadet love to just spin. As soon as I get into any deeper heavy packed snow they will spin.(which brings me back to the bicycle style handle bars and not being convenient when you have to push the blower). These tires will not allow me to back my blower up onto my front and back decks. The tires just won't catch the stair tread edge. They just spin. My old blower would easily back up the steps. I ended up having to go out and buy a $300 cordless snowblower to do my decks with. All because of tires. Then there is the speed concern. I know I talked about it as a good, but there is also a bad to it. My first gear is too fast. When I get into some deep hard packed snow, I want to be able to go slower. With the way the tires spin, the last thing I need is this moving too fast.

The UGLY: The unit came to me in a cardboard box on a pallet. That is good. Yet when I opened it and start assembling it, it turns out the bottom edge (scrapper blade?) of my brand new blower was bent down (I can't figure how that was even possible). It formed a "V" shape and made adjusting the cutting depth impossible. I did not complain because I did not feel like having to have this shipped back to the seller, then wait for a new one to arrive. Would have taken weeks. I just took a hammer and beat it back into shape.

Thank you very much for your review. We appreciate the time you spent writing it. If there is something we can do to help with the traction issue we will reach out to you. I will look into this for you. I also want to apologize for the damage to the scraper bar. This may have happened wheile still with the anufacturer or possibly during transit. Without knowing for sure, a claim would be very hard to back up. We appreciate your business and are willing to do whatever we can to make sure that you're happy with your purchase. Thanks again!
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W.S.
Great experience

Received my cub Cadet 2x 350cc snow thrower on time and without any issues. The delivery driver was very friendly. I hope the snow thrower is the last one I have to buy!!

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O.J.
Stellar service! A++!

Purchased out of state over the Internet at a great price! Mowtown was very professional and handled the transaction with aplomb. They quickly responded to a concern I had with my order and resolved it to my satisfaction, maintaining excellent contact and follow-up through email. Was very nervous as this was the most expensive and heaviest purchase I've made to date, Mowtown made it very easy! Absolutely would buy from them again! A++!

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