Cub Cadet Snow Throwers

Apart from manufacturing walking and riding lawn mowers for residential and commercial use, Cub Cadet also offers seven different snow blower models. Referred to as “snow throwers,” Cub Cadet snow blowers have clearing widths that range from 24 inches to 45 inches and are powered by 4-cycle engines ranging from 208cc to 342cc. All Cub Cadet’s snow throwers feature push button electric start, posi-steer fingertip-controlled power steering and deluxe steel skid shoes.

Cub Cadet’s History

Cub Cadet was founded in 1961 by International Harvester to provide a new line of products for the residential market. Production started in Louisville, Kentucky. In 1981, MTD Products Inc. purchased the Cub Cadet line from International Harvester and is still known for its “dependability and rugged construction.” Cub Cadet riding mowers and tractors continue to have a loyal customer base, which has lead to a magazine called Cadet Connection, highlighting collecting, restoration and general information for the Cub Cadet tractor enthusiast.

Features Of Cub Cadet

On residential machines, Cub Cadet uses Kawaski and Kohler engines. Cub Cadet snow throwers use a two-stage operation technique. Each machine features an “auger” or steel spiral at the front and an “impeller” to throw the snow, which is a fan-shaped disc behind the auger. All Cub Cadet snow throwers also feature eight speeds, six forward speeds and two reverse speeds. Posi-steer fingertip-controlled power steering, as well as a remotely controlled chute pitch allows for single-handed operation.

Cub Cadet Warranty

Cub Cadet snow throwers come with three-year limited residential warranties and one-year commercial warranties. All warranty coverage is determined by a physical examination of the unit.

Cub Cadet
P.O. Box 368022
Cleveland, OH 44136
Technical and Warranty Support: (330) 273-8669