Cub Cadet has a great reputation for blending power and performance with ease of use, and that’s definitely present in the company’s Cub Cadet 2X 728 TDE two-stage snowblower. The equipment is big enough to get the job done in most residential environments, with plenty of power under the hood. Even so, it also comes with some of the most intuitive tools and controls on the market, making the snowblower exceedingly easy to start and very easy to control after the engine has been put to use. Consumers who typically don’t enjoy cleaning up after winter’s biggest storms will find that this equipment makes the task significantly easier, with thoughtful features and a capable engine that clears driveways, walkways, and other areas effortlessly in most cases.
Features and Benefits of the Cub Cadet 2X 728 TDE Snowblower
One of the problems that plagues many snowblowers targeted to the consumer segment of the market is that they are simply too confusing and complex to use in an efficient way. Many snowblowers think that they have to pair their power under the hood with complex controls, attempting to sell consumers on the infinite amount of control they have over snow depths, chute directions, and more. Cub Cadet proves this just isn’t the case with its powerful, two-stage Cub Cadet 2X 728 TDE. Instead of complex triggers, knobs, cables, and other adjustments, it comes with intuitive and straightforward controls that make it easier to get the job done with precision.
The first of these intuitive advancements is the snowblower’s push-button electric starter mechanism. Any consumer familiar with the typical residential snowblower probably knows that most models come with a starter grip that’s used when getting the engine going. In particularly cold outdoor conditions, this task can be pretty challenging. Starter grips are great in warmer weather, but their utility in the cold is severely reduced. To bypass this hurdle, the Cub Cadet system simply plugs in the wall, allowing one-touch start. The starter can then be disconnected from the wall outlet and the snowblower will enjoy full mobility throughout the outdoor areas that surround the home.
The Cub Cadet 2X 728 TDE doesn’t stop there, however. Another key advancement that consumers will welcome with open arms is the snowblower’s trigger-controlled drive system. This allows the snowblower’s power steering system to be effortlessly engaged, making Cub Cadet’s equipment a great deal easier to maneuver around the inevitable obstacles that can sometimes impede effective snow clearing. The equipment will find a home among consumers who simply need a better way to steer and avoid these problems.
Finally, a four-way chute control is present at the rear of the equipment, making it easy to adjust the discharge chute on an on-the-go basis. This feature is hard to find in many competing models, and its presence means that buyers will be able to almost instantly change the direction that snow is flung after it’s removed from the ground. That helps keep cars and other areas free of nuisance snow that typically has to be shoveled at a later time. These major features make it easier to clean up after winter storms, and they reduce the total amount of labor required to bring back smooth and safe walkways, driveways, and more.
Specifications that Help Get the Job Done
A snowblower is only as good as the specifications and enhancements that lie under the hood, and the Cub Cadet 2X 728 TDE two-stage model has plenty of impressive numbers to share. The equipment can clear a path as wide as 28 inches, and it its 21-inch intake chute makes sure that even the most intimidating blizzards are easy to clean up after the storm as passed. A 12-inch auger and a 12-inch impeller help to make sure that even heavier, wetter snow is easy to move.
The equipment offers a self-propelled operation via a track-controlled steering system. Its six forward speeds, and two reverse speeds, make the equipment easy to control during even more challenging conditions. With a 5-quart fuel tank and a total weight of 268 pounds, the system is also designed to withstand extended periods of snow clearing and outdoor maintenance work throughout the winter, all without refueling.
Accessories Available for Cub Cadet Snowblower Owners
Cub Cadet’s line of accessories for this model focuses mostly on maintenance, though the company’s drift cutters do make it easy to manage blowing and drifting snow on the coldest days of the winter season. Other options available will keep the equipment’s fuel and oil in check, reduce the dirt and grime that makes its way from the snowblower to the garage floor, and assist with clearing clogs or other complications during active snowblower use.
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