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Cub Cadet 3X 26 in. Three-Stage Snow Blower

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The Cub Cadet 3X 26 in. Three-Stage Power Snow Thrower is ideal for up to 18 in. of snowfall, 8-15+ car driveways, walkways, and smooth and gravel surfaces. This innovative thrower clears deep snowfall up to 50% faster than a traditional Cub Cadet 2X two-stage snow thrower and allows you to move at a comfortable pace.

  • Auger Size: 12 in.
  • Clearing Width: 26 in.
  • 357 cc OHV engine
  • Electric/recoil - mitten
  • Heated hand grips
  • Power steering with fingertip trigger controls
  • 15 in x 5in. tires with X-Trac tread
  • CARB compliant
  • 3 year limited warranty

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Specification Description
Impeller Size: 12 in.
Tire Size: 15 in. x 5 in.
Warranty: 3-Year Residential
Product Type: Three-Stage Snow Blowers
Tread Type: X-TRAC
Intake Height: 21 in.
Drive System Type: 6F/2R
Starter Type: Electric/Mitten
Engine Manufacturer: Cub Cadet
Chute Type: Clog-Resistant Polymer Chute
Auger Size: 12 in.
Engine Type: 357cc OHV
Stage Type: Three-Stage
Power Type: Gas
CARB Compliant: Yes
Brand: Cub Cadet
Clearing Width: 26 in.
Manufacturer Part Number 31AH55TA710
Cub Cadet 3X 26 in. Three-Stage Snow Blower is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 24.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from too much trouble I own a Huskee snow blower with a 179 cc motor. Two winters ago we received a large amount of snow and the Huskee was having difficulty in handling it. Last summer I purchased a Cub Cadet three state snow blower based on the advertising. With the larger motor I felt it would go through the snow with no problem, like in the advertising. Last winter we did not receive as much snow as the following year. We received about six inches one day so I took the Cub Cadet out to try it. It started very easy, but the chute kept plugging up. In the advertisement they talked about a no clog chute. The Cub Cadet could not handle six inches of snow without the chute plugging. I took out the Huskee and cleaned the snow away with no problem. The Cub Cadet did not live up to the advertising and is not worth the money I paid for it.
Date published: 2018-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Runs great and ease to put together. Best snowblower I have ever owned. I would recommend to other people I know.
Date published: 2017-01-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't use on gravel! Bought for 5'4" 120 lb female to use while husband had major surgery. Easy to manage the first 2 weeks it worked, then had to be brought in for repair due to clog of stones. Has been clogged 5 times since. Not made for gravel driveway! Works great on the paved area and long brick sidewalk but constantly clogs on the 600 ft gravel driveway. Is in the barn now waiting to be unclogged, not a little clog but one which requires the whole machine taken apart yet again. Not good in Michigan weather where a dependable snow thrower is paramount!
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Monster snow thrower for the heavy stuff I bought this 3 stage, 26" snow thrower to replace my aging 2 stage 24" one built by another manufacturer. I have to confess I was worried I was paying to much to just move snow around the driveway. But, you own a snow thrower for the big storms, 8" and up right? My first time out, we had a light snow around 4" that was heavy and wet. I thought this big daddy would handle it well. It did, to a point any way. In the deeper drifts, it cut through like a hot knife through butter. In the patch areas with little snow, to my disbelief, it kept clogging up. My only thought was, "man this thing needs a lot of throughput to run smoothly." Thinking it through a bit, I decided that maybe the problem wasn't the thrower at all. It was the snow not moving through with enough volume to shake loose the buildup in the chute. The upper auger had more than enough speed to toss an anvil out of the chute. So, to solve the buildup problem, I bought some "snow thrower lube". A day before the next storm, I applied the lube liberally through the entire auger bay and the chute. This allows the snow slide right over the surface. Well, problem solved. The snow thrower performed as it should, throwing snow over 40 feet without any clogging at all. Long story short: Even though it is a VERY powerful machine with a HUGE motor, you may still need snow thrower lube to keep it from clogging when dealing with low volumes of wet, heavy snow.
Date published: 2017-01-06
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