2X™ 26 Quiet

2X TWO STAGE SERIES
2X™ 26 Quiet is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2.
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$ 1,369.00
2X™ 26 Quiet
2X TWO STAGE SERIES
2X™ 26 Quiet is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2.
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$ 1,369.00

Pure Power with Easy Handling

Tackle winter weather on any surface with two-stage power. The 2X® snow blower is ideal for taking on 12 inches of snow, offering the power, performance and features needed to clear a path and move on to winter fun.

  • 243cc Cub Cadet® OHV with SmartSound™ Technology
  • Clear your driveway without disturbing your neighbors with SmartSound™ Technology, it is 45% quieter than other Cub Cadet 2X snow blowers
  • The in-dash yard light improves poor visibility and adds safety
  • Heated handle grips keep hands warm


2X™ 26 Quiet Features

Specs & Maintenance

Product Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid machine! This snowblower has all the options. It has hand warmers, power steering, easy crank chute, beefy 15" tires, and runs quieter. I have yet to use the electric start because it starts easily with the pull cord. Only negative so far is that the slide shoes seem to leave markings on my paved driveway.
Date published: 2018-01-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I wish they had negative stars to rate this machin I bought it to replace my old blower which broke down mid-winter (18 year ago) I could not figure out why it kept getting stuck until I repaired the old one. If you are in the business of designing snowblowers, you should know something about snow. The reason it is completely useless in a heavy snowfall is that, for some unfathomable reason, it was designed with less than 1" clearance between the bottom of the tires and the bottom of the gearbox. This means that if you have a few centimetres of snow, the tires will dig down trying to get traction, and immediately the machine bottoms out, allowing the wheels to spin without gripping. My old blower has 5" of clearance measured at the same place, so it pretty much never gets stuck. If I could return it I would do it in a flash.
Date published: 2020-03-14
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