Snow Blowers


Cub Cadet 526SWE Snow Thrower

June 21st, 2011 ernie Posted in 26 " Wide Blowers, Cub Cadet No Comments »

The Cub Cadet 526SWE Snow Thrower has 26 inches of clearing width which will make short work of most suburban driveways. If you have a really long Cub Cadet 526SWE Snow Throwerdriveway you may want to consider an even wider machine, however this will meet most consumer requirements. The 277cc engine has all of the power you will need to get rid of even the heaviest snow. There are 6 forward and 2 reverse speeds, similar to most snow throwers.

This snow blower also comes with a 4 way pitch control and chute rotation to let you control were the snow is going. As with many snow throwers the warranty for consumer applications is longer than those for commercial, due to the heavy use they receive for commercial use. With posi steering, just change direction at the press of a button. No need to try to manhandle the machine any longer. This was a common complaint of many older snow throwers, however with newer machines all you need to do is press the button to change direction.

Cub Cadet 526SWE Snow Thrower – Specifications:

  • 277cc Cub Cadet® OHV 4-Cycle Engine
  • 26″ Clearing Width
  • 21″ Clearing Height
  • 6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds
  • 4-Way Pitch Control & Chute Rotation
  • 15″ x 5″ X-TRAC™ Tires
  • 3-Year Limited Residential & 1-Year Limited Commercial Warranty

Engine: This Cub Cadet 526SWE Snow Thrower 277cc Cub Cadet® OHV 4-Cycle Engine

Transmission: This snow thrower has  6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds

Warranty: This 3-Year Limited Residential & 1-Year Limited Commercial Warranty

Features:

  • Posi-Steer™ Power Steering / Trigger
  • In-Dash Headlight
  • COOL BLUE™ Rust-Resistant, Non-Marking, Reversible Deluxe Skid Shoes

Description of the Cub Cadet 526SWE Snow Thrower

The only other major feature to mention for this snow blower is the in dash headlight for night time operation. The in dash headlight is great to be able to see the direction you are going and any obstacles that might get in your way.

Delivery

Most customers will have to arrange for delivery of their new snow blowers. They are far too big to take home in your car, so you will need a trailer, rent a van or arrange for delivery by the store that you are purchasing the snow blower from. There will be a charge for this service, but it will be the easiest way to arrange for your new snow blower to be delivered to your home. Some stores will rent their vans/trucks to you for a very low price for 2 hours for you to take your purchases home. Lowes and Home Depot do this as well as others.

Accessories

Most snow blowers can be purchased with tire chains to provide extra traction in icy situations. In addition, snow shields are also a good idea if you want to protect yourself from windy conditions and snow being blown back at you from the wind.

Safety & Operation

A snow blower is a powerful machine and should be treated with safety in mind. Carefully read all of the safety guidelines in the manual prior to operating the machine for the first time and follow these guidelines to ensure that both you and the machine do not have an accident.

Prior to starting your snowblower the first time each day, perform a quick walk around check of the machine to ensure there are no loose parts and no leaking fluids. Check the engine oil to ensure that it is at the correct level as specified by the manual. Top up if necessary. Fill the fuel tank while the engine is cold and prior to using the machine. If you do spill fuel, wait until it has fully evaporated prior to starting the engine. Never spill fuel on a hot engine to avoid fires and always fill the fuel tank outdoors to avoid any possibility of vapors going into your house.

Finally never point the chute in the direction of people, buildings or cars to avoid any possible damage and accidents. Sometimes chunks of ice can be thrown at high speed from the chute and if they hit something, it can cause a lot of damage.

Never work on your snow blower with the engine running – this seems like an obvious thing but people still do it and are hurt, sometimes badly, every year. Always turn it off before you do any maintenance, add fuel, check the oil, fix the chains on the tires, or clear the augers of snow.

Clearing Snow from the Augers – this is were lots of people are hurt every year. Before you try to clear snow that is plugging the augers, shut the engine off to avoid sudden turning of the augers or the impeller which could cause lots of damage to fingers, hands and arms.

Use Snow Clearing Tool – This is the really important part. You have plugged the augers with snow, you have shut the machine off and now you are trying to clear the snow away. Never place your hands inside the augers to get at the snow. Use a broom handle if you have an old machine, or the snow clearing tool that came with your newer machine to clear the snow. You can also purchase these tools from most stores as an extra if you break yours or if you have an older machine which does not have one. This is the safe way to clear snow from around the augers and the impeller.

Sometimes the snow is so compacted, that as you clear it away, it allows the augers to turn as a result of built up tension in the pulley mechanism. Better to have a broom handle stuck in there than your hands!

Most new snow blowers come with a snow clearing tool which you can use for this purpose. Always use this tool and never use your hands. If you have an older machine, an old broom handle will do the trick as well.

Maintenance

Like all snow blowers or snow throwers, maintenance is important for your machine to operate at a peak level for many years. Change the engine oil regularly, check the belts for tightness, change the spark plug as required and grease any spots outlined in the manual. If you need to leave the snow blower outside all year round, cover the machine with a proper cover to keep it looking new and avoid deterioration of the tires and metal components.



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Cub Cadet 524SWE Snow thrower

June 7th, 2011 ernie Posted in 24 " Wide Blowers, Cub Cadet No Comments »

The Cub Cadet 524SWE Snow thrower is one of the smaller snow blowers, making it ideal for consumers with small spaces for storage. It may take a little longer to clear the snow, but that is ok, when you have a small space to store your snow blower. Cub Cadet 524SWE Snow throwerThis snow blower is only 24 inches wide with a 208cc engine! It has the standard 6 forward and 2 reverse speeds with full chute controls including pitch control.

The Cub Cadet 524SWE Snow thrower also comes with an electric push button start making it easy to for almost anyone to use. It also has trigger controls to help steer the machine so there is no need to have to man handle this machine. Many people are afraid to use a snow blower because they may feel they are not strong enough to control the direction of the machine. With finger tip controls, almost anyone can operate this machine with one hand.

There is also an in dash light for night time operation. Consumers will appreciate this snow thrower due to its power, small size and clearing width.

Cub Cadet 524SWE Snow thrower – Specifications:

  • 208cc Cub Cadet® OHV 4-Cycle Engine
  • 12″ Auger diameter
  • 12″ Impeller diameter
  • 24″ Clearing Width
  • 21″ Intake Height
  • 6 forward / 2 reverse
  • 4 way pitch control
  • 4 way 200 degree chute control
  • 2 quart fuel tank

Engine: This snow thrower has a 208cc Cub Cadet® OHV 4-Cycle Engine

Transmission: The Cub Cadet 524SWE Snow thrower has 6 forward / 2 reverse gears

Warranty: The 524 SWE Snow Thrower has a 3-year limited residential and 1-year limited commercial warranty.

Features:

  • Steerable wheel with positive traction
  • In Dash headlight
  • Zero-Turn Posi-Steer™ Power Steering with Fingertip Trigger Controls
  • Push Button Electric Start

Delivery

Most customers will have to arrange for delivery of their new snow blowers. They are far too big to take home in your car, so you will need a trailer, rent a van or arrange for delivery by the store that you are purchasing the snow blower from. There will be a charge for this service, but it will be the easiest way to arrange for your new snow blower to be delivered to your home. Some stores will rent their vans/trucks to you for a very low price for 2 hours for you to take your purchases home. Lowes and Home Depot do this as well as others.

Accessories

Most snow blowers can be purchased with tire chains to provide extra traction in icy situations. In addition, snow shields are also a good idea if you want to protect yourself from windy conditions and snow being blown back at you from the wind.

Safety & Operation

A snow blower is a powerful machine and should be treated with safety in mind. Carefully read all of the safety guidelines in the manual prior to operating the machine for the first time and follow these guidelines to ensure that both you and the machine do not have an accident.

Prior to starting your snowblower the first time each day, perform a quick walk around check of the machine to ensure there are no loose parts and no leaking fluids. Check the engine oil to ensure that it is at the correct level as specified by the manual. Top up if necessary. Fill the fuel tank while the engine is cold and prior to using the machine. If you do spill fuel, wait until it has fully evaporated prior to starting the engine. Never spill fuel on a hot engine to avoid fires and always fill the fuel tank outdoors to avoid any possibility of vapors going into your house.

Finally never point the chute in the direction of people, buildings or cars to avoid any possible damage and accidents. Sometimes chunks of ice can be thrown at high speed from the chute and if they hit something, it can cause a lot of damage.

Never work on your snow blower with the engine running – this seems like an obvious thing but people still do it and are hurt, sometimes badly, every year. Always turn it off before you do any maintenance, add fuel, check the oil, fix the chains on the tires, or clear the augers of snow.

Clearing Snow from the Augers – this is were lots of people are hurt every year. Before you try to clear snow that is plugging the augers, shut the engine off to avoid sudden turning of the augers or the impeller which could cause lots of damage to fingers, hands and arms.

Use Snow Clearing Tool – This is the really important part. You have plugged the augers with snow, you have shut the machine off and now you are trying to clear the snow away. Never place your hands inside the augers to get at the snow. Use a broom handle if you have an old machine, or the snow clearing tool that came with your newer machine to clear the snow. You can also purchase these tools from most stores as an extra if you break yours or if you have an older machine which does not have one. This is the safe way to clear snow from around the augers and the impeller.

Sometimes the snow is so compacted, that as you clear it away, it allows the augers to turn as a result of built up tension in the pulley mechanism. Better to have a broom handle stuck in there than your hands!

Most new snow blowers come with a snow clearing tool which you can use for this purpose. Always use this tool and never use your hands. If you have an older machine, an old broom handle will do the trick as well.

Maintenance

Like all snow blowers or snow throwers, maintenance is important for your machine to operate at a peak level for many years. Change the engine oil regularly, check the belts for tightness, change the spark plug as required and grease any spots outlined in the manual. If you need to leave the snow blower outside all year round, cover the machine with a proper cover to keep it looking new and avoid deterioration of the tires and metal components.



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Cub Cadet 524WE Snow Thrower

April 21st, 2011 ernie Posted in 24 " Wide Blowers, Cub Cadet No Comments »

The Cub Cadet 524WE Snow Thrower has 24 inches of clearing width which is suitable for pretty much all urban situations. If you have a really long Cub Cadet 524WE Snow Throwerdriveway or a large area to clear you might consider a snow blower with a wider clearing width, if time is an issue for you.

This snow blower comes with the standard 6 forward and 2 reverse gears that all snow blowers of this type come with. It also has a 208 cc engine and is a 4 cycle engine. One of the features that many snow throwers come with these days is the Posi Steer system. Unfortunately this snow blower does not come with this feature. Without this system, it is a bit more difficult to control the direction of the machine and make adjustments in direction as you encounter rutted or difficult areas of snow to clear.

Cub Cadet 524WE Snow Thrower – Specifications:

  • 208cc Cub Cadet® OHV 4-Cycle Engine
  • 24″ Clearing Width
  • 21″ Clearing Height
  • 6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds
  • 4-Way Pitch Control & Chute Rotation
  • 15″ x 5″ X-TRAC™ Tires
  • 3-Year Limited Residential & 1-Year Limited Commercial Warranty

Engine: This Cub Cadet 524WE Snow Thrower comes with a 208cc Cub Cadet® OHV 4-Cycle Engine

Transmission: This snow blower has the standard 6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds

Warranty: This Cub Cadet 524WE Snow Thrower comes with a 3-Year Limited Residential & 1-Year Limited Commercial Warranty

Features:

  • In-Dash Headlight
  • COOL BLUE™ Rust-Resistant, Non-Marking, Reversible Skid Shoes
  • All-Wheel / Positive Traction Drive System

Description of the Cub Cadet 524WE Snow Thrower

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Delivery

Most customers will have to arrange for delivery of their new snow blowers. They are far too big to take home in your car, so you will need a trailer, rent a van or arrange for delivery by the store that you are purchasing the snow blower from. There will be a charge for this service, but it will be the easiest way to arrange for your new snow blower to be delivered to your home. Some stores will rent their vans/trucks to you for a very low price for 2 hours for you to take your purchases home. Lowes and Home Depot do this as well as others.

Accessories

Most snow blowers can be purchased with tire chains to provide extra traction in icy situations. In addition, snow shields are also a good idea if you want to protect yourself from windy conditions and snow being blown back at you from the wind.

Safety & Operation

A snow blower is a powerful machine and should be treated with safety in mind. Carefully read all of the safety guidelines in the manual prior to operating the machine for the first time and follow these guidelines to ensure that both you and the machine do not have an accident.

Prior to starting your snowblower the first time each day, perform a quick walk around check of the machine to ensure there are no loose parts and no leaking fluids. Check the engine oil to ensure that it is at the correct level as specified by the manual. Top up if necessary. Fill the fuel tank while the engine is cold and prior to using the machine. If you do spill fuel, wait until it has fully evaporated prior to starting the engine. Never spill fuel on a hot engine to avoid fires and always fill the fuel tank outdoors to avoid any possibility of vapors going into your house.

Finally never point the chute in the direction of people, buildings or cars to avoid any possible damage and accidents. Sometimes chunks of ice can be thrown at high speed from the chute and if they hit something, it can cause a lot of damage.

Never work on your snow blower with the engine running – this seems like an obvious thing but people still do it and are hurt, sometimes badly, every year. Always turn it off before you do any maintenance, add fuel, check the oil, fix the chains on the tires, or clear the augers of snow.

Clearing Snow from the Augers – this is were lots of people are hurt every year. Before you try to clear snow that is plugging the augers, shut the engine off to avoid sudden turning of the augers or the impeller which could cause lots of damage to fingers, hands and arms.

Use Snow Clearing Tool – This is the really important part. You have plugged the augers with snow, you have shut the machine off and now you are trying to clear the snow away. Never place your hands inside the augers to get at the snow. Use a broom handle if you have an old machine, or the snow clearing tool that came with your newer machine to clear the snow. You can also purchase these tools from most stores as an extra if you break yours or if you have an older machine which does not have one. This is the safe way to clear snow from around the augers and the impeller.

Sometimes the snow is so compacted, that as you clear it away, it allows the augers to turn as a result of built up tension in the pulley mechanism. Better to have a broom handle stuck in there than your hands!

Most new snow blowers come with a snow clearing tool which you can use for this purpose. Always use this tool and never use your hands. If you have an older machine, an old broom handle will do the trick as well.

Maintenance

Like all snow blowers or snow throwers, maintenance is important for your machine to operate at a peak level for many years. Change the engine oil regularly, check the belts for tightness, change the spark plug as required and grease any spots outlined in the manual. If you need to leave the snow blower outside all year round, cover the machine with a proper cover to keep it looking new and avoid deterioration of the tires and metal components.



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Cub Cadet 528 SW Snow Thrower

March 7th, 2011 ernie Posted in 28 " Wide Blowers, Cub Cadet No Comments »

The Cub Cadet 528 SW Snow Thrower / Snow Blower clears 28 inches of snow at a time with a 277 cc engine and 21 inches of clearing height. There are 6 forward and 2 reverse speeds, common to most snow blowers in this class. The chute comes with Cub Cadet 528 SW Snow Thrower4 way pitch control and 200 degree rotation.

Features include a trigger pitch control for steering. No more need to try to man handle one of these heavy snow blowers, just press a trigger to change direction. There is also an in dash headlight for night time work so that you can see the snow ahead of you.

The size of this snow thrower is perfect for urban situations with not many places for storage. It is still big enough to clear large drifts of snow, yet small enough to store in your garage.

Cub Cadet 528 SW Snow Thrower – Specifications:

  • 277cc Cub Cadet® OHV 4-Cycle Engine
  • 28″ Clearing Width
  • 21″ Clearing Height
  • 6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds
  • 4-Way Pitch Control & Chute Rotation
  • 16″ x 6.5″ X-TRAC™ Tires
  • 12″ Auger diameter
  • 12″ Impeller diameter
  • 5 qt fuel capacity

Engine: This Cub Cadet 528 SW Snow Thrower comes with a  277cc Cub Cadet® OHV 4-Cycle Engine

Transmission: The transmission on the Cub Cadet 528 SW Snow Thrower has 6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds

Warranty: This Cub Cadet snow thrower comes with a  3-Year Limited Residential & 1-Year Limited Commercial Warranty

Features:

  • Steerable wheel / Positive traction
  • Power steering / trigger
  • Deluxe COOL BLUE™ Rust-Resistant, Non-Marking, Reversible Skid Shoes
  • In-Dash Headlight

Delivery

Most customers will have to arrange for delivery of their new snow blowers. They are far too big to take home in your car, so you will need a trailer, rent a van or arrange for delivery by the store that you are purchasing the snow blower from. There will be a charge for this service, but it will be the easiest way to arrange for your new snow blower to be delivered to your home. Some stores will rent their vans/trucks to you for a very low price for 2 hours for you to take your purchases home. Lowes and Home Depot do this as well as others.

Accessories

Most snow blowers can be purchased with tire chains to provide extra traction in icy situations. In addition, snow shields are also a good idea if you want to protect yourself from windy conditions and snow being blown back at you from the wind.

Safety & Operation

A snow blower is a powerful machine and should be treated with safety in mind. Carefully read all of the safety guidelines in the manual prior to operating the machine for the first time and follow these guidelines to ensure that both you and the machine do not have an accident.

Prior to starting your snowblower the first time each day, perform a quick walk around check of the machine to ensure there are no loose parts and no leaking fluids. Check the engine oil to ensure that it is at the correct level as specified by the manual. Top up if necessary. Fill the fuel tank while the engine is cold and prior to using the machine. If you do spill fuel, wait until it has fully evaporated prior to starting the engine. Never spill fuel on a hot engine to avoid fires and always fill the fuel tank outdoors to avoid any possibility of vapors going into your house.

Finally never point the chute in the direction of people, buildings or cars to avoid any possible damage and accidents. Sometimes chunks of ice can be thrown at high speed from the chute and if they hit something, it can cause a lot of damage.

Never work on your snow blower with the engine running – this seems like an obvious thing but people still do it and are hurt, sometimes badly, every year. Always turn it off before you do any maintenance, add fuel, check the oil, fix the chains on the tires, or clear the augers of snow.

Clearing Snow from the Augers – this is were lots of people are hurt every year. Before you try to clear snow that is plugging the augers, shut the engine off to avoid sudden turning of the augers or the impeller which could cause lots of damage to fingers, hands and arms.

Use Snow Clearing Tool – This is the really important part. You have plugged the augers with snow, you have shut the machine off and now you are trying to clear the snow away. Never place your hands inside the augers to get at the snow. Use a broom handle if you have an old machine, or the snow clearing tool that came with your newer machine to clear the snow. You can also purchase these tools from most stores as an extra if you break yours or if you have an older machine which does not have one. This is the safe way to clear snow from around the augers and the impeller.

Sometimes the snow is so compacted, that as you clear it away, it allows the augers to turn as a result of built up tension in the pulley mechanism. Better to have a broom handle stuck in there than your hands!

Most new snow blowers come with a snow clearing tool which you can use for this purpose. Always use this tool and never use your hands. If you have an older machine, an old broom handle will do the trick as well.

Maintenance

Like all snow blowers or snow throwers, maintenance is important for your machine to operate at a peak level for many years. Change the engine oil regularly, check the belts for tightness, change the spark plug as required and grease any spots outlined in the manual. If you need to leave the snow blower outside all year round, cover the machine with a proper cover to keep it looking new and avoid deterioration of the tires and metal components.


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Cub Cadet 528 SWE Snow Thrower

February 21st, 2011 ernie Posted in 28 " Wide Blowers, Cub Cadet No Comments »

The Cub Cadet 528 SWE Snow Thrower comes with a 357 cc engine and powers a 28 Cub Cadet 528 SWE Snow Throwerinch wide clearing width that will make short work of your driveway, parking lot and walk ways when it comes to clearing snow. The intake height is 21 inches and the 12 inch impeller and augers are large enough to deal with most snow conditions. This snow thrower also has 6 forward and 2 revers gears which is pretty common in the market for snow throwers and snow blowers.

A nice feature is the remote 4 way pitch control and chute rotation which allows operators to direct snow in almost any direction and all from the controls on the handle bars.  The tires are 16 inches and provide lots of traction.

Cub Cadet 528 SWE Snow Thrower – Specifications:

  • 357cc, OHV 4-Cycle Cub Cadet® Engine
  • 28″ Clearing Width
  • 21″ Intake Height
  • 12″ impeller diameter
  • 12″ auger diameter
  • 6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds
  • 4-Way Pitch Control and Chute Rotation
  • 16″ x 6.5″ X-TRAC™ Tires
  • 5 qt fuel tank
  • 3-Year Limited Residential & 1-Year Commercial Warranty

Engine: This Cub Cadet 528 SWE Snow Thrower has a  357cc, OHV 4-Cycle Cub Cadet® Engine

Transmission: This snow blower has 6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds

Warranty: This 3-Year Limited Residential & 1-Year Commercial Warranty

Features:

  • Push Button Electric Start
  • Posi-Steer™ Fingertip Controlled Power Steering
  • In-Dash Headlight
  • Ultra High Molecular Weight COOL BLUE™ Adjustable/Reversible Skid Shoes

Description of the Cub Cadet 528 SWE Snow Thrower

This CC 528 SWE snow trhower also has push button electric start to make it easier for many people to start this machine in cold weather. You also get power steering with this machine with a flip of a switch to change direction. No need to try to manhandle a heavy snow blower, just press the switch. If you blow snow at night, then you will appreciate the in dash headlight to give you lots of light while blowing snow.

Delivery

Most customers will have to arrange for delivery of their new snow blowers. They are far too big to take home in your car, so you will need a trailer, rent a van or arrange for delivery by the store that you are purchasing the snow blower from. There will be a charge for this service, but it will be the easiest way to arrange for your new snow blower to be delivered to your home. Some stores will rent their vans/trucks to you for a very low price for 2 hours for you to take your purchases home. Lowes and Home Depot do this as well as others.

Accessories

Most snow blowers can be purchased with tire chains to provide extra traction in icy situations. In addition, snow shields are also a good idea if you want to protect yourself from windy conditions and snow being blown back at you from the wind.

Safety & Operation

A snow blower is a powerful machine and should be treated with safety in mind. Carefully read all of the safety guidelines in the manual prior to operating the machine for the first time and follow these guidelines to ensure that both you and the machine do not have an accident.

Prior to starting your snowblower the first time each day, perform a quick walk around check of the machine to ensure there are no loose parts and no leaking fluids. Check the engine oil to ensure that it is at the correct level as specified by the manual. Top up if necessary. Fill the fuel tank while the engine is cold and prior to using the machine. If you do spill fuel, wait until it has fully evaporated prior to starting the engine. Never spill fuel on a hot engine to avoid fires and always fill the fuel tank outdoors to avoid any possibility of vapors going into your house.

Finally never point the chute in the direction of people, buildings or cars to avoid any possible damage and accidents. Sometimes chunks of ice can be thrown at high speed from the chute and if they hit something, it can cause a lot of damage.

Never work on your snow blower with the engine running – this seems like an obvious thing but people still do it and are hurt, sometimes badly, every year. Always turn it off before you do any maintenance, add fuel, check the oil, fix the chains on the tires, or clear the augers of snow.

Clearing Snow from the Augers – this is were lots of people are hurt every year. Before you try to clear snow that is plugging the augers, shut the engine off to avoid sudden turning of the augers or the impeller which could cause lots of damage to fingers, hands and arms.

Use Snow Clearing Tool – This is the really important part. You have plugged the augers with snow, you have shut the machine off and now you are trying to clear the snow away. Never place your hands inside the augers to get at the snow. Use a broom handle if you have an old machine, or the snow clearing tool that came with your newer machine to clear the snow. You can also purchase these tools from most stores as an extra if you break yours or if you have an older machine which does not have one. This is the safe way to clear snow from around the augers and the impeller.

Sometimes the snow is so compacted, that as you clear it away, it allows the augers to turn as a result of built up tension in the pulley mechanism. Better to have a broom handle stuck in there than your hands!

Most new snow blowers come with a snow clearing tool which you can use for this purpose. Always use this tool and never use your hands. If you have an older machine, an old broom handle will do the trick as well.

Maintenance

Like all snow blowers or snow throwers, maintenance is important for your machine to operate at a peak level for many years. Change the engine oil regularly, check the belts for tightness, change the spark plug as required and grease any spots outlined in the manual. If you need to leave the snow blower outside all year round, cover the machine with a proper cover to keep it looking new and avoid deterioration of the tires and metal components.

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Cub Cadet 726 TDE Snow Thrower

February 7th, 2011 ernie Posted in 26 " Wide Blowers, Cub Cadet No Comments »

The Cub Cadet 726 TDE Snow Thrower is built for traction with a steerable track drive system that will not slip on the most difficult surfaces. Cub Cadet 726 TDE Snow Thrower Powered by a 208 cc engine and clearing 26 inches in width at a time, you will make quick work of just about any snow drift that comes across your parking lot or driveway. The clearing height is 21 inches and the snow chute comes with a 4 way pitch control and chute rotation system.

There is also an in dash headlight to provide lots of light for night time snow clearing operations.  This snow thrower also comes with a push button electric start system.

Cub Cadet 726 TDE Snow Thrower – Specifications:

  • 208cc, OHV 4-Cycle Cub Cadet® Engine
  • 26″ Clearing Width
  • 21″ Clearing Height
  • 6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds
  • 4-Way Pitch Control & Chute Rotation
  • 12″ impeller diameter
  • 12″ auger diameter
  • 2 qt fuel capacity

Engine: This Cub Cadet 726 TDE Snow Thrower has a 208cc, OHV 4-Cycle Cub Cadet® Engine

Transmission: The 726 TDE snow thrower has 6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds

Warranty: This 3-Year Limited Residential & 1-Year Commercial Warranty

Features:

  • Push-Button Electric Start
  • In-Dash Headlight
  • Deluxe COOL BLUE™ Rust-Resistant, Non-Marking, Reversible Skid Shoes
  • Steerable Track Drive
  • Posi-Steer™ Power Steering / Trigger

Description of the Cub Cadet 726 TDE Snow Thrower

This snow thrower may be larger than what many consumers may need to clear urban driveways, however with this machine you can make short work of any snow clear operation and have the power to deal with just about any snow drift. Steering is easy and straight forward with the use of the power steering trigger system.

This snow blower is a powerful machine, treat with safety in mind!

Delivery

Most customers will have to arrange for delivery of their new snow blowers. They are far too big to take home in your car, so you will need a trailer, rent a van or arrange for delivery by the store that you are purchasing the snow blower from. There will be a charge for this service, but it will be the easiest way to arrange for your new snow blower to be delivered to your home. Some stores will rent their vans/trucks to you for a very low price for 2 hours for you to take your purchases home. Lowes and Home Depot do this as well as others.

Accessories

Most snow blowers can be purchased with tire chains to provide extra traction in icy situations. In addition, snow shields are also a good idea if you want to protect yourself from windy conditions and snow being blown back at you from the wind.

Safety & Operation

A snow blower is a powerful machine and should be treated with safety in mind. Carefully read all of the safety guidelines in the manual prior to operating the machine for the first time and follow these guidelines to ensure that both you and the machine do not have an accident.

Prior to starting your snowblower the first time each day, perform a quick walk around check of the machine to ensure there are no loose parts and no leaking fluids. Check the engine oil to ensure that it is at the correct level as specified by the manual. Top up if necessary. Fill the fuel tank while the engine is cold and prior to using the machine. If you do spill fuel, wait until it has fully evaporated prior to starting the engine. Never spill fuel on a hot engine to avoid fires and always fill the fuel tank outdoors to avoid any possibility of vapors going into your house.

Finally never point the chute in the direction of people, buildings or cars to avoid any possible damage and accidents. Sometimes chunks of ice can be thrown at high speed from the chute and if they hit something, it can cause a lot of damage.

Never work on your snow blower with the engine running – this seems like an obvious thing but people still do it and are hurt, sometimes badly, every year. Always turn it off before you do any maintenance, add fuel, check the oil, fix the chains on the tires, or clear the augers of snow.

Clearing Snow from the Augers – this is were lots of people are hurt every year. Before you try to clear snow that is plugging the augers, shut the engine off to avoid sudden turning of the augers or the impeller which could cause lots of damage to fingers, hands and arms.

Use Snow Clearing Tool – This is the really important part. You have plugged the augers with snow, you have shut the machine off and now you are trying to clear the snow away. Never place your hands inside the augers to get at the snow. Use a broom handle if you have an old machine, or the snow clearing tool that came with your newer machine to clear the snow. You can also purchase these tools from most stores as an extra if you break yours or if you have an older machine which does not have one. This is the safe way to clear snow from around the augers and the impeller.

Sometimes the snow is so compacted, that as you clear it away, it allows the augers to turn as a result of built up tension in the pulley mechanism. Better to have a broom handle stuck in there than your hands!

Most new snow blowers come with a snow clearing tool which you can use for this purpose. Always use this tool and never use your hands. If you have an older machine, an old broom handle will do the trick as well.

Maintenance

Like all snow blowers or snow throwers, maintenance is important for your machine to operate at a peak level for many years. Change the engine oil regularly, check the belts for tightness, change the spark plug as required and grease any spots outlined in the manual. If you need to leave the snow blower outside all year round, cover the machine with a proper cover to keep it looking new and avoid deterioration of the tires and metal components.


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Cub Cadet Snow Blower 930 SWE

January 28th, 2011 ernie Posted in 30 " Wide Blowers, Cub Cadet 1 Comment »

The Cub Cadet Snow Blower 930 SWE is the smallest snow blower in the 900 series Cub Cadet Snow Blower 930 SWEthat Cub Cadet offers for sale. Thirty inches wide with a 357 cc engine, this snow thrower will handle pretty much everything most consumers will throw at it. With standard 22 inch clearing height, 16 inch augers and impeller you will be able to clear all of the snow in your driveway quickly and efficiently.

This unit comes with a push button electric starter for easy starting on cold days, remote pitch control and rotational controls for the chute, an in dash headlight and power steering trigger for easier steering on rough surfaces. No more need to try to manhandle the machine, let it do the work for you with a push of a trigger. This feature makes snow clearing so much easier.

The Cub Cadet Snow Blower 930 SWE also comes with the standard 6 forward and 2 reverse speeds, along with 16 inch traction tires for dealing with all kinds of conditions.  A great machine for most consumers.

Cub Cadet Snow Blower 930 SWE – Specifications:

  • 357cc, OHV 4-Cycle Cub Cadet® Engine
  • 30″ Clearing Width
  • 22″ Intake Height
  • 16 inch auger
  • 16 inch impeller
  • 6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds
  • 16″ x 6.5″ X-TRAC™ Tires

Engine: This Cub Cadet Snow Blower 930 SWE comes with a 357cc, OHV 4-Cycle Cub Cadet® Engine

Transmission: This 6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds

Warranty: This snow thrower has a 3-Year Limited Residential & 1-Year Commercial Warranty

Features:

  • Push-Button Electric Start
  • Remote Pitch Control / Crank Chute Rotation
  • In-Dash Headlight
  • Deluxe COOL BLUE™ Rust-Resistant, Non-Marking, Reversible Skid Shoes
  • Posi-Steer™ Power Steering / Trigger

Delivery

Most customers will have to arrange for delivery of their new snow blowers. They are far too big to take home in your car, so you will need a trailer, rent a van or arrange for delivery by the store that you are purchasing the snow blower from. There will be a charge for this service, but it will be the easiest way to arrange for your new snow blower to be delivered to your home. Some stores will rent their vans/trucks to you for a very low price for 2 hours for you to take your purchases home. Lowes and Home Depot do this as well as others.

Accessories

Most snow blowers can be purchased with tire chains to provide extra traction in icy situations. In addition, snow shields are also a good idea if you want to protect yourself from windy conditions and snow being blown back at you from the wind.

Safety & Operation

A snow blower is a powerful machine and should be treated with safety in mind. Carefully read all of the safety guidelines in the manual prior to operating the machine for the first time and follow these guidelines to ensure that both you and the machine do not have an accident.

Prior to starting your snowblower the first time each day, perform a quick walk around check of the machine to ensure there are no loose parts and no leaking fluids. Check the engine oil to ensure that it is at the correct level as specified by the manual. Top up if necessary. Fill the fuel tank while the engine is cold and prior to using the machine. If you do spill fuel, wait until it has fully evaporated prior to starting the engine. Never spill fuel on a hot engine to avoid fires and always fill the fuel tank outdoors to avoid any possibility of vapors going into your house.

Finally never point the chute in the direction of people, buildings or cars to avoid any possible damage and accidents. Sometimes chunks of ice can be thrown at high speed from the chute and if they hit something, it can cause a lot of damage.

Never work on your snow blower with the engine running – this seems like an obvious thing but people still do it and are hurt, sometimes badly, every year. Always turn it off before you do any maintenance, add fuel, check the oil, fix the chains on the tires, or clear the augers of snow.

Clearing Snow from the Augers – this is were lots of people are hurt every year. Before you try to clear snow that is plugging the augers, shut the engine off to avoid sudden turning of the augers or the impeller which could cause lots of damage to fingers, hands and arms.

Use Snow Clearing Tool – This is the really important part. You have plugged the augers with snow, you have shut the machine off and now you are trying to clear the snow away. Never place your hands inside the augers to get at the snow. Use a broom handle if you have an old machine, or the snow clearing tool that came with your newer machine to clear the snow. You can also purchase these tools from most stores as an extra if you break yours or if you have an older machine which does not have one. This is the safe way to clear snow from around the augers and the impeller.

Sometimes the snow is so compacted, that as you clear it away, it allows the augers to turn as a result of built up tension in the pulley mechanism. Better to have a broom handle stuck in there than your hands!

Most new snow blowers come with a snow clearing tool which you can use for this purpose. Always use this tool and never use your hands. If you have an older machine, an old broom handle will do the trick as well.

Maintenance

Like all snow blowers or snow throwers, maintenance is important for your machine to operate at a peak level for many years. Change the engine oil regularly, check the belts for tightness, change the spark plug as required and grease any spots outlined in the manual. If you need to leave the snow blower outside all year round, cover the machine with a proper cover to keep it looking new and avoid deterioration of the tires and metal components.



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Cub Cadet Snow Blower 933 SWE

January 21st, 2011 ernie Posted in 33 " Wide Blowers, Cub Cadet No Comments »

The Cub Cadet Snow Blower 933 SWE is 33 inches wide and powered by a 357 cc engine. It is 12 inches narrower than the 945 SWE making it more attractive to Cub Cadet Snow Blower 933 SWEconsumers with large driveways and commercial operations who need a slightly smaller machine with lots of features and snow clearing capability. At 33 inches wide it is a little easier to store than wider machines. It comes with 22 inches of snow clearing height and the standard 6 forward and 2 reverse gears.

For those of you who do not like to use the pull chord, it comes with a push button electric starter. There is also push button remote crank chute rotation and remote pitch control which allows you to change direction of the snow leaving the chute at any time while on the go.  Change direction of your snow clearing operations with the press of a button with the power steering trigger. No more wrestling with a heavy machine to change direction or keep your snow blower going in the right direction.

This is a great snow blower for consumers and commercial operations with it’s large snow clearing width .

Cub Cadet Snow Blower 933 SWE – Specifications:

  • 357cc Cub Cadet® OHV 4-Cycle Engine
  • 33″ Clearing Width
  • 22″ Intake Height
  • 16 inch auger
  • 16 inch impeller
  • 6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds
  • 16″ x 6.5″ X-Trac™ Tires
  • 5 quart fuel tank
  • 3-Year Limited Residential & 1-Year Commercial Warranty

Engine: This Cub Cadet Snow Blower 933 SWE has a 357cc Cub Cadet® OHV 4-Cycle Engine

Transmission: 6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds

Warranty: This Cub Cadet Snow Blower 933 SWE comes with a 3-Year Limited Residential & 1-Year Commercial Warranty

Features:

  • Posi-Steer™ Power Steering / Trigger
  • Remote Pitch Control / Crank Chute Rotation 190 degrees
  • In-Dash Headlight
  • Deluxe COOL BLUE™ Rust-Resistant, Non-Marking, Reversible Skid Shoes
  • Push-Button Electric Start

Delivery

Most customers will have to arrange for delivery of their new snow blowers. They are far too big to take home in your car, so you will need a trailer, rent a van or arrange for delivery by the store that you are purchasing the snow blower from. There will be a charge for this service, but it will be the easiest way to arrange for your new snow blower to be delivered to your home. Some stores will rent their vans/trucks to you for a very low price for 2 hours for you to take your purchases home. Lowes and Home Depot do this as well as others.

Accessories

Most snow blowers can be purchased with tire chains to provide extra traction in icy situations. In addition, snow shields are also a good idea if you want to protect yourself from windy conditions and snow being blown back at you from the wind.

Safety & Operation

A snow blower is a powerful machine and should be treated with safety in mind. Carefully read all of the safety guidelines in the manual prior to operating the machine for the first time and follow these guidelines to ensure that both you and the machine do not have an accident.

Prior to starting your snowblower the first time each day, perform a quick walk around check of the machine to ensure there are no loose parts and no leaking fluids. Check the engine oil to ensure that it is at the correct level as specified by the manual. Top up if necessary. Fill the fuel tank while the engine is cold and prior to using the machine. If you do spill fuel, wait until it has fully evaporated prior to starting the engine. Never spill fuel on a hot engine to avoid fires and always fill the fuel tank outdoors to avoid any possibility of vapors going into your house.

Finally never point the chute in the direction of people, buildings or cars to avoid any possible damage and accidents. Sometimes chunks of ice can be thrown at high speed from the chute and if they hit something, it can cause a lot of damage.

Never work on your snow blower with the engine running – this seems like an obvious thing but people still do it and are hurt, sometimes badly, every year. Always turn it off before you do any maintenance, add fuel, check the oil, fix the chains on the tires, or clear the augers of snow.

Clearing Snow from the Augers – this is were lots of people are hurt every year. Before you try to clear snow that is plugging the augers, shut the engine off to avoid sudden turning of the augers or the impeller which could cause lots of damage to fingers, hands and arms.

Use Snow Clearing Tool – This is the really important part. You have plugged the augers with snow, you have shut the machine off and now you are trying to clear the snow away. Never place your hands inside the augers to get at the snow. Use a broom handle if you have an old machine, or the snow clearing tool that came with your newer machine to clear the snow. You can also purchase these tools from most stores as an extra if you break yours or if you have an older machine which does not have one. This is the safe way to clear snow from around the augers and the impeller.

Sometimes the snow is so compacted, that as you clear it away, it allows the augers to turn as a result of built up tension in the pulley mechanism. Better to have a broom handle stuck in there than your hands!

Most new snow blowers come with a snow clearing tool which you can use for this purpose. Always use this tool and never use your hands. If you have an older machine, an old broom handle will do the trick as well.

Maintenance

Like all snow blowers or snow throwers, maintenance is important for your machine to operate at a peak level for many years. Change the engine oil regularly, check the belts for tightness, change the spark plug as required and grease any spots outlined in the manual. If you need to leave the snow blower outside all year round, cover the machine with a proper cover to keep it looking new and avoid deterioration of the tires and metal components.



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Cub Cadet Snow Blower 945 SWE

January 7th, 2011 ernie Posted in 45 " Wide Blowers, Cub Cadet No Comments »

The Cub Cadet Snow Blower 945 SWE has a wide 45 inch clearing width that will help you make short work of even the largest areas.  Combined with a 420cc engine and Cub Cadet Snow Blower 945 SWE22 inch intake height, you can deal with even the largest snow drifts.

This is a snow thrower that will also appeal to commercial companies who clear snow as a service and also companies who need to keep their parking lots and walkways clear for their employees. Note that there is a different warranty for consumer applications vs. commercial companies who clear snow as a service. This machine has several features which make it easy to use, such as power steering triggers and power directional chute that lets you change direction on the go.  The Cub Cadet Snow Blower 945 SWE is a large 4 tired machine that may be more than what most consumers may need, appealing to those customers who have long driveways or large parking areas to clear.

Cub Cadet Snow Blower 945 SWE – Specifications:

  • 420cc, OHV 4-Cycle Cub Cadet® Engine
  • 45″ Clearing Width
  • 22″ Intake Height
  • 16″ impeller
  • 16″ auger
  • 6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds

Engine: This Cub Cadet Snow Blower 945 SWE has a 420cc, OHV 4-Cycle Cub Cadet® Engine

Transmission: 6 Forward / 2 Reverse Speeds

Warranty: The Cub Cadet Snow Blower 945 SWE comes with a  3-Year Limited Residential & 1-Year Commercial Warranty

Features:

  • Push-Button Electric Start
  • Remote Pitch Control / Crank Chute Rotation 190 degrees
  • In-Dash Headlight
  • Deluxe COOL BLUE™ Rust-Resistant, Non-Marking, Reversible Skid Shoes
  • Dual 16″ x 6.5″ X-TRAC™ Tires
  • Posi-Steer™ Power Steering / Trigger
  • 5 quart fuel capacity

Delivery

Most customers will have to arrange for delivery of their new snow blowers. They are far too big to take home in your car, so you will need a trailer, rent a van or arrange for delivery by the store that you are purchasing the snow blower from. There will be a charge for this service, but it will be the easiest way to arrange for your new snow blower to be delivered to your home. Some stores will rent their vans/trucks to you for a very low price for 2 hours for you to take your purchases home. Lowes and Home Depot do this as well as others.

Accessories

Most snow blowers can be purchased with tire chains to provide extra traction in icy situations. In addition, snow shields are also a good idea if you want to protect yourself from windy conditions and snow being blown back at you from the wind.

Safety & Operation

A snow blower is a powerful machine and should be treated with safety in mind. Carefully read all of the safety guidelines in the manual prior to operating the machine for the first time and follow these guidelines to ensure that both you and the machine do not have an accident.

Prior to starting your snowblower the first time each day, perform a quick walk around check of the machine to ensure there are no loose parts and no leaking fluids. Check the engine oil to ensure that it is at the correct level as specified by the manual. Top up if necessary. Fill the fuel tank while the engine is cold and prior to using the machine. If you do spill fuel, wait until it has fully evaporated prior to starting the engine. Never spill fuel on a hot engine to avoid fires and always fill the fuel tank outdoors to avoid any possibility of vapors going into your house.

Finally never point the chute in the direction of people, buildings or cars to avoid any possible damage and accidents. Sometimes chunks of ice can be thrown at high speed from the chute and if they hit something, it can cause a lot of damage.

Never work on your snow blower with the engine running – this seems like an obvious thing but people still do it and are hurt, sometimes badly, every year. Always turn it off before you do any maintenance, add fuel, check the oil, fix the chains on the tires, or clear the augers of snow.

Clearing Snow from the Augers – this is were lots of people are hurt every year. Before you try to clear snow that is plugging the augers, shut the engine off to avoid sudden turning of the augers or the impeller which could cause lots of damage to fingers, hands and arms.

Use Snow Clearing Tool – This is the really important part. You have plugged the augers with snow, you have shut the machine off and now you are trying to clear the snow away. Never place your hands inside the augers to get at the snow. Use a broom handle if you have an old machine, or the snow clearing tool that came with your newer machine to clear the snow. You can also purchase these tools from most stores as an extra if you break yours or if you have an older machine which does not have one. This is the safe way to clear snow from around the augers and the impeller.

Sometimes the snow is so compacted, that as you clear it away, it allows the augers to turn as a result of built up tension in the pulley mechanism. Better to have a broom handle stuck in there than your hands!

Most new snow blowers come with a snow clearing tool which you can use for this purpose. Always use this tool and never use your hands. If you have an older machine, an old broom handle will do the trick as well.

Maintenance

Like all snow blowers or snow throwers, maintenance is important for your machine to operate at a peak level for many years. Change the engine oil regularly, check the belts for tightness, change the spark plug as required and grease any spots outlined in the manual. If you need to leave the snow blower outside all year round, cover the machine with a proper cover to keep it looking new and avoid deterioration of the tires and metal components.


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Cub Cadet Snow Thrower SW13545L

January 30th, 2010 ernie Posted in 45 " Wide Blowers, Cub Cadet 3 Comments »

The Cub Cadet snow thrower model SW13545L will handle almost all conditions that you can throw at it. Large snow drifts, long driveways with steep grades are no problem for this powerful snow thrower. With electric start , just press the button and away you go. Use the snow guides on each side to cut drifts for deeper snow.

Cub Cadet snow thrower 13545L

Many operators will be impressed with the power of this heavy weight snow thrower. At 482 pounds and a 420 cc engine, you have the power to handle any snow condition you can throw at it.

The deluxe skid shoes and shave plate will ensure that you do not leave marks on your driveway and walkways while shaving the snow down to the surface. Perfectly balanced to minimize the were and tear on the operator the Cub Cadet snow thrower model SW13545L will be one of the best purchases you can make.

Cub Cadet Snow Thrower – Specifications:

  • 420 cc OHV 4 cycle engine
  • 45 inch cleaning width
  • 22 inch intake width
  • 16 inch auger diameter
  • 5 quart fuel capacity
  • 478 pounds
  • 6 forward, 2 reverse gears

Engine: 420cc OHV 4 cycle engine

Transmission: 6 forward and 2 reverse, all wheel positive traction

Warranty: 3 year limited residential / 90 day limited commercial

Features:

  • Push button electric start
  • Single hand operation
  • Remote pitch control
  • 190 crank chute rotation
  • Dual in dash headlights
  • Tires dual 16 inch by 6.5 inch
  • Heavy duty reversible deluxe steel skid shoes

Description of the Cub Cadet snow thrower model SW13545L

The Cub Cadet snow thrower model SW13545L has a 45 inch cleaning width with a 22 inch intake. The push button start makes this an easy machine to start. Operation can be handled with one hand while the other hand operates the chute direction and the chute pitch controls. The Posi steer fingertip controlled power steering makes this machine a dream to operate.

This is a large snow thrower weighing in at 478 pounds and operators are reminded to let the machine do the work and you use the controls to steer and drive. Trying to manhandle one of these sturdy machines is too much work and you really do not need to exert yourself in this manner.

Long driveways are no problem at night with the dual headlights lighting the way.

Delivery

Home Depot is a authorized dealer for Cub Cadet snow thrower model SW13545L and other snow throwers models sold by Cub Cadet. Customers can pick up there new snow thrower at the local store or arrange for delivery. Home Depot also has vans that can be rented an hour at a time for customers to transport purchased items to their homes. The rates are reasonable and cheaper than having someone make the delivery for you.

Safety & Operation

The Cub Cadet snow thrower model SW13545L is a powerful four tired snow thrower that can handle all of the large snow drifts you can throw at it. As with all snow throwers, the Cub Cadet snow thrower model SW13545L should be operated with safety in mind. If you are clearing driveways with a gravel base, there is always the chance that stones or ice chips may get picked up and thrown from the chute. Always point the chute away from buildings and cars as well as people. Projectiles of this type can do a lot of damage including breaking windows and causing cuts needing stitches.

The manual that comes with the Cub Cadet snow thrower model SW13545L will cover the various safety and operating  measures that the operator should take to prevent injury to themselves as well as people around them. Read the manual carefully and follow the guidelines.

If you need to clear the impeller or the  auger of ice and snow, always shut the machine off first before digging any snow out. Never stick any object into the auger or the impeller. Were tight clothes when using the Cub Cadet snow thrower model SW13545L and avoid wearing long dangling scarves around the snow thrower.

Maintenance

Maintenance can be performed by the operator of the Cub Cadet snow thrower model SW13545L with little problem. Change the oil in the engine each season or more often depending on the overall use of the machine. Operators should review the manual for frequency of maintenance requirements.

If you plan to do your own maintenance on the Cub Cadet snow thrower model SW13545L, first read the manual and if you still have questions, you might talk to your local small engine mechanic or the mechanics that work on these machines for Home Depot.

If you decide to take your machine into a mechanic to be serviced, you will need to arrange for transportation.  Getting to know your local small engine mechanic is also a good idea. They are a wealth of information and most will be glad to assist in answering questions and giving guidance. Return the favor by purchasing the parts you need from the same shop.

Don’t forget to add grease to all of the grease fittings to avoid extra wear and tear on mechanical parts of the Cub Cadet snow thrower model SW13545L.

We did not see any online reviews for the Cub Cadet snow thrower model SW13545L online, however feel free to add your comments at the end of this post.



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