3X 30" TRAC Snow Blower 

3X™ THREE-STAGE POWER
3X 30" TRAC Snow Blower is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 28.
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From $ 3,399.00 MSRP
3X 30" TRAC Snow Blower 
3X™ THREE-STAGE POWER
3X 30" TRAC Snow Blower is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 28.
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From $ 3,399.00 MSRP

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  • 420cc OHV Engine is powerful, dependable and equipped with push-button electric start.
  • Patented three-stage technology includes an induction accelerator that quickly pulls ice, snow and slush through the system
  • Track drive tires with three levels of operation depending on snow conditions, incline and surface type.
  • Features heavy-duty augers and impeller with 12-inch serrated steel construction and a steel shave plate for added durability.
  • Trigger-controlled power steering and self-propelled drive for unmatched control, effortless maneuverability and single-hand operation.

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed, happy for 3 year warranty! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Bought this last year (Dec 2019) and loved it. The first time we used it this year the drive sprocket on both tracks broke. Leaving it unable to move. We were shocked that they were made out of plastic. There is another review purchased the same month that had the same problem. The repair man said it was not common. We wonder if the plastic was defective at that time. Luckily it was still under warranty and we were able to get it repaired at no cost. We will keep an eye on it for any cracking this year. Perhaps we should have purchased the model with wheels.
Date published: 2020-12-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not Super Impressed, not good for wet snow at all Purchased this snow blower last spring after moving into a home with a longer driveway and with an expectation of more snow. I was excited to use the 30" trac on our first snowfall this winter and struggled almost the whole time. Snow kept getting backed up in the auger and I spent most of the time pushing snow rather than throwing it. When it was working, it only threw the snow a few feet, mostly landing back on the driveway I was trying to clear. Hopefully this works better in future snowfalls since it is too late to return. Trac system worked well on my steep driveway, only getting stopped once the pile that accumulated got too big. Turning on the other hand was a struggle and the triggers did not seem to do much to assist in turning.
Date published: 2020-10-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Expected more I bought the 3X 30 inch track to replace a 25 year old snow blower and finally got to use It today. Started easily enough and steering was a little rough but I’ll get used to that. Snow today was only about three to four inches and very light and fluffy. My 25 year old snow blower would have sent this snow 30-40 feet. This new top end one only sent it about 10-12 feet. Again this was light and fluffy. So because I have a wide driveway I have to blow snow twice. I can’t imagine what will happen when we get wet heavy stuff. I’m really worried. On the other hand the Tracks worked great going up the steady incline of my driveway. For the price I paid for this I expected more!
Date published: 2020-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the 30" track drive I bought the 30" track drive in Feb 2021 after my YardMan 24" wheel drive two stage could not keep up with the new gravel drive and snow at the new country house. The 30" track drive works really well, almost like it is passing through cotton candy, it doesn't ever bog down. Bother reverse are slow, too slow. The heated handles are useless since you're going to be wearing thick winter gloves. The left/right steering paddles work well, no problems controlling in any direction. We expanded the drive to almost 500' and it's all compacted millings, and it worked great yesterday. Easy, right through drifts.... I am very happy with this purchase.
Date published: 2022-01-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's a work horse in the snow I have only had snowblower for a few months but I've used it twice once in a 20inch snow storm and the other in a 6inch snow storm. Performance was great or just wants more snow. The only thing I would suggest cub cadet make sure customers purchase plenty of shear pins at the time on purchasing snowblower. Heavy snow will cause them to break it seems every use. But great snowblower.
Date published: 2019-02-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unbelievable piece of equipment! Purchased the 30 inch 3x with tracks. Using in North Dakota.I try to give the best actual use reviews that i can good and bad. Lets start at the top. The controls are great, the hand controls these are larger, if you have small hands it may pose a small issue, but, the levers are not hard to press down either. When moving forward with the auger on you can take your hand off of the auger control for one handed use this is good to have sometimes personally I don't use it much. The triggers for the zero turn capability are great and the feature works great, although, it seems to be easier for me to just move the machine by my own power, getting the blower to move quickly with this feature would mean stopping and switching to one of the faster gears to turn around fast. The Chute worm drive works great, on a few occasions i have had the cables that run over the chute gear box hang up on that box and i have to move them off or it wont turn, not a big deal. the lever controlling the chutes directional out put, great no problems. One thing i didn't understand is that the all metal chute sits on a polymer base, glass filled plastic i guess? I would have preferred steel paying 2k for a machine you would think they wouldn't cheap out on that. Heating hand grips get toasty enough, if you have big gloves and its 40 below then they are ok. The gear speeds are what you would expect although R1 is basically useless, but, that has been my experience with all blowers, just go right to R2, 6 is perfect for top end fast. The engine on the machine is impeccable, the thing is a monster, it seems like the more load you give it the more it wants to throw snow even farther...wow. it holds a TON of gas too, which i love, and its pretty quiet in my opinion for a 420cc engine. As we move down you have the height adjustment, transport, gravel, packed etc. This feature works great and they really thought about the settings i think, they are great for each application, although you will likely use them for something other than what is marked. The lever on the adjustment can be pretty hard to move for a smaller person though. On to the Tracks, these things are great, i have to blow out tons of snow out of my yard and sometimes you run up on snow pack, wheels dig in and you are stuck, the tracks just keep on moving love this feature. The tracks will slip, internally, when they are wet or slightly icy or if you are trying to go forward or back and you are decently stuck, not my favorite, hasnt stopped me but i would prefer to not have to put extra wear on that part. The 30 inch cut is what it is, 30 inches, the fact that the engine and the auger will handle anything you stuff in there is what really sells me. it throws and throws and doesn't quit. The 3 stage auger itself, great feature, the machine draws snow much better than a traditional cheap dollar snowblower. The LED lights on the unit are great, you get a great spread of light and its bright. The material the unit will throw. if you have deep light powdery snow, it just fun to use. The blower cuts through that stuff like it isnt even there and tosses it a like 40 feet. Heavier snow that is slightly wet, it seems to throw just as far, the only issue here is that the traction is so good that you start to push a snow-pack out in front of you and you end up stopping, maybe that is user error but it happens to me sometimes. Heavy wet snow, even with this the blower throws it probably 10 or so feet but it throws. Watery Slushy snow, you will find that it just comes out of the Chute 3 or 4 feet but generally does not just fall out the Chute all over the side of the blower. Deep snow, if it is light powdery snow, i have run several inches over the top of the blower and it will just make itself a tunnel and keep going anything after light and fluffy you slow down more and more and may have to even break up the snow in front if its really bad. All in all, this is a Titan in the walk behind class of blowers. If you have the money to spend...SPEND IT! You won't be disappointed. Just looking at this piece of equipment and the craftsmanship, you can tell it will last a very long time. A+ Cub Cadet!
Date published: 2019-03-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Snow Blowing along the North Coast - 3rd yr review This is an update to my review from about three years ago (Nov 2017). In that time I have probably used this machine 2-3 times in the first two years and twice(2) this year for a total use of not more than 8-10 snow removal uses. While the blowing of snow is very good, the maneuverability of the unit is lack luster at best and the traction, that the tracks provide, do sometimes slip on packed snow occationally. As stated in the original review, this machine with tracs is good if you are just doing a long driveway (or run) but if you have a "turn around" apron then clearing this is "difficult" and down right "maddening". Turning this trac beast 180 degrees is very difficult using the steering levers and the two backup (reverse) gears are so slow it is laughable. Reverse gear #1 is all but useless and gear #2 is not much better. Anyway, today, which was the second use this year and probably about the 8th or 9th use over the past three years, the left track stopped moving and I found that the TRAC DRIVE WHEEL, which is made out of plastic, had cracked (disintegrated? pieces here and there on the driveway) at the sprocket LIKE A FEW OTHER REVIEWS HERE STATED. Of course the 3 year warranty ended last month (typical) and I tried to stop by the dealer today and see about the TRACK DRIVE WHEEL part, and ask if there is a replacement procedure (not shown in the owners manual nor a belt adjustment procedure either) but they were closed. I will stop by again during the week with the following two questions: 1) can this be converted to wheels, and if not, 2) what is the replace procedure for the TRACK DRIVE WHEEL (sprocket) once parts of obtained. This seems to be a flaw on this model (3x 30 trac) and I would not suggest getting it unless you ONLY have a long straight narrow drive. But, as always, YMMV. Good Luck.
Date published: 2020-12-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Performed well after 1st 7" snowfall I brought this unit home one day before our first snow, which was a 6-7" one that was wet (tree limbs bent down). The 3x 30 Trac started up flawlessly and had no problems at all removing the heavy snow. The real test was the pile at the end of the drive the plows left. It was very wet and about 14" deep. Blew right through it. The 3 stage does seem to work as advertised. Also, the tank treads just drove through that mess with no issues. The throwing distance wasn't bad, and considering it was a wet snow, did pretty good. The power steering worked very well and is a necessity with tank treads. I only had 2 items I could snipe about. 1. The hand heaters, for an outside machine, were not that hot. My truck steering wheel gets warmer. It would be nice if those went up a notch or two hotter. However, they did heat up and they will be appreciated in the sub zero sessions. 2. The chute pitch adjust to raise and lower the chute exit would not go to the highest setting. I may have to fiddle with the tension on the flange nut there so it will be loose enough to adjust the full range but not so loose it flops around. In summary, I am very happy with it after one medium grade test. I think this will perform well for many years.
Date published: 2017-12-15
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