Snow Blowers

Cub Cadet 726 TDE Snow Thrower

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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

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

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


  • 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!


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.


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.


Like all snow blowers 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. This will keep it looking new and avoid deterioration of the tires and metal components.


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