Cub Cadet Snow Blowers
“When there’s a snowstorm in the forecast, the last thing you want to be is caught off guard. When you have a Cub Cadet® X Series® snowblower, winter weather never gets in your way”, from the Cub Cadet website.
Why Buy Cub Cadet Snow Blowers?
Cub Cadet Snow Blower Blows Away the Competition. It’s a beast at slicing through deep mounds of snow—including that stubborn plow pile at the end of the driveway—and flings it faster and farther than other machines. Consumer Reports gave it top marks in our latest snowblower tests.
Types of Cub Cadet Snow Blowers:
Cub Cadet makes several models of snow blowers that include:
- 1X™ 221 LHP
- 2X™ 24 Quiet
- 2X™ 24 HD
- 2X™ 26 HD
- 2X™ 28
- 2X™ 28 HD TRAC
- 2X™ 30 HD
- 2X™ 30 MAX
- 2X™ 34 MAX
- 3X™ 26 HD
- 3X™ 28 HD
- 3X™ 30 HD
- 3X™ 30 HD TRAC
- 3X™ 34 MAX HYDRO
- 2X™ 24
- 2X™ 28 HP
- 2X™ 26
- 3X™ 26
- 2X™ 28 HD
- 2X™ 30 HP
- 3X™ 30
Cub Cadet Snow Blower Reviews
“I have used my Cub Cadet 30-in Three-stage 420-cc Gas Snow Blower 3 times this year powerful and fast works like butter…. Starts easy and made in America, Very Happy.”
“First time I used this I couldn’t believe how far it throws, mid to wet snow. My prob was going too slow! This thing wants to work!”
“Recently purchased new Cub Cadet 2X 24″ snow thrower to replace my worn-out unit. I am pleased with all the features: power to get the job done, dual-LED lights, lever adjust chute angle, and easy turn with handle levers. Starts on first pull every time, but has electric start if needed. Very please with my purchase and enjoy the time in the snow getting the job done.”
“Very happy with this new addition to my garage. Garage space is at a premium so I like the 24″ wide, however it can handle the snowplow’s windrow at the end of the driveway with ease. The electric start is nice and I really like how easily it turns and handles.”
Snow Blower vs Snow Removal Service
Still having trouble deciding whether to buy a snowblower? Consider the following:
1. Your Time is Valuable
Life is busy… kids, family, and work can often get in the way. Shoveling snow is just another task that you don’t need. One of the main reasons homeowners choose a snow removal service is because they value their time and don’t enjoy clearing snow.
2. Snow Blowers Are Inconvenient
A snow blower takes time to use, clean, and maintain. Imagine having to pull out the snowblower every time it snows or when the snowplow blocks your driveway. It could be early in the morning or in the middle of the day. Do you want to go through the hassle?
3. More Money Than You Think
There is a hefty cost in buying a snowblower, but many homeowners think that once purchased, you will save more money. Consider the time it takes to maintain and use a snowblower. It costs about $100/year for annual snowblower maintenance (oil change, lubrication, and more), plus the time it takes you to bring your snowblower for servicing. Consider how much your time is worth when deciding to use a snow removal service or buying a snowblower.
4. Operating Snow Blowers and Shoveling Snow Increase the Risk of Heart attacks
Snow shoveling and pushing a snowblower are known triggers for heart attacks, according to Harvard Health. Rarely exercising and cold weather both boost blood pressure, interrupt blood flow to part of the heart, and make blood more likely to form clots.
If you would like to chat about the pros and cons of a snow removal service, please do give J.R Lawn and Snow at