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Cub Cadet

Model 1X 221 HP

Internet #203528214

1X 221 HP 21 in. 179 cc Single-Stage Electric Start Gas Snow Blower

$549.00 /each
  • 179cc Cub Cadet OHV engine with 21 in. clearing width
  • High performance Auger-Assist drive system
  • Push button electric start with safety key

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The Cub Cadet single-stage 21 in. gas snow blower quickly cuts through light-to-moderate snowfalls with ease, allowing you to clear your driveway and sidewalks efficiently and with less effort. With a 21 in. clearing width, 13 in. intake height, high-performance auger system, powerful 179 cc 4-cycle OHV engine and easy 190-degree chute control, you’ll make quick work of your driveway and be out of the cold before your neighbors even get started.

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  • Ideal snowfall range: 3 in. to 6 in.
  • Ideal surfaces: smooth concrete or asphalt
  • 21 in. clearing width; 13 in. intake height
  • 179 cc, 4-cycle Cub Cadet OHV engine for powerful performance
  • Auger-assisted drive system for easy maneuverability
  • 190 degree chute rotation lets you easily throw snow to the desired location
  • Push button electric start makes it incredibly easy to start in the tough winter conditions
  • Throws snow up to 35 ft.
  • Gull wing handle for enhanced comfort
  • Powder coat paint for a premium look and weather resistance
  • Use 5W-30 engine oil for easy starting at all temperatures
  • Choose Cub Cadet with confidence every Cub Cadet snow blower is backed with a full 3-year residential and 1-year commercial limited warranty
  • Model # 31AS2S5D756

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Does this use regular gas or an oil mix?

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This machine carries a 4 cycle engine, therefore the oil and gas are separate, not mixed. This machine will use a 5W30 motor oil and regular fuel.
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how many pounds of snow per minute does the cub cadet model # 221 HP remove?

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Hello, and thank you for your question.
Under nominal testing conditions, most two-stage* snow throwers in good working order should throw snow a distance of approximately 15-20 feet.
The overall strength and operating condition of the engine, drive gears, drive belts, and the volume and density of the snow also must be considered when evaluating distance performance levels.
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Hello, and thank you for your question.
Under nominal testing conditions, most two-stage* snow throwers in good working order should throw snow a distance of approximately 15-20 feet.
The overall strength and operating condition of the engine, drive gears, drive belts, and the volume and density of the snow also must be considered when evaluating distance performance levels.
Individual outdoor conditions could considerably affect this range both positively or negatively. The weight and density of the snow is complicated by the ambient temperature and sometimes even chemicals, such as salt.
Wind intensity and direction can also play a noticeable factor in this throwing distance performance as well.
Also, keep in mind snow throwers that have a single rotating auger that performs both the collecting and the discharge functions of snow movement into and out from the machine generally are considered light-duty or compact design snow throwers where overall machine size and weight are a concern and where small to moderate amounts of snow are normally being processed.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good power and snow removal but average otherwise. This unit has power to spare and successfully throws any kind of snow you throw at it. The functionality is superb. However, on my third use a wheel fell off. Turns out they are held on with a push-cap. My radio flyer wheels are held on with a push-cap. Seems to me a more secure method of mounting the wheels should be used. More in sync with the cost and importance of the unit. The service department is sending parts (a new push-cap, a washer and a spacer) but until they arrive it's back to the old shovel. This is probably a quality control issue at the factory. The wheel seemed a little wobbly when it arrived. January 13, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by snow packs on the wheel under drive belt I just bought this snow blower 1/20/25016 and the first time i used it on about 3 inches of snow the wheel under the drive belt stopped turning on count of snow packing up and the wheel stopped. Had to clean the snow and ice off several times. It is a poor design from cub cadet. On 1/22/2016 we had 8 plus inches of snow and the same problem. It was a night mare to stop and clean the wheel off. I would give it 5 stars it this did not happen. January 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works for me. This is perfect for here in Boise. We receive moderate amounts of snow and this machine handles it well. October 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Medium size but powerful Due to our severe and seemingly never ending Winter here in Northeastern Ohio, snow blowers were hard to come by. My TroyBilt (of 14 years) finally bit the dust (snow) when the driveshaft weld cracked. Anyway a nice lady working at Home Depot (Brooklyn Ohio) suggested I check the website to see what was still available. The Cub Cadet 179cc model seemed okay for the price. I'm happy I made this purchase. What a 'kick butt' machine. Easy to start, and the auger really grips the concrete surface. I'd highly recommend this model for someone looking for a dynamite 1 stage blower. March 3, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor engineering because it throws snow backwards from underneath leaving a slopy mess behind. Very hard starting unless using the electric start. Rattles like an old model T. Worst part is that it throws snow backwards from underneath leaving a snowy trail behind. Not a good design. February 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great machine Assembles easily. First start quick and blows snow perfectly. Had to clear a path for oil delivery ran across my yard effortlessly. Love it. A new add to my Cub Cadet family. February 18, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by don t buy this garbage. I got a 30" last winter and this year it won t start even if it was empty of gas when I store it. It says 3 years warrantee but when I called the service they say gasoline related issue is not warranted and I should expect to pay $150 or more. I did some search and find out other people with the same problem every year. January 17, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by good for thick slushy snow I have been able to use this machine now 5 times this winter. The first time I got to use it it was throwing 1.5" of very heavy slush without clogging. Awesome. It starts quick and easy. The more I have used it on regular snow however, I have been somewhat disappointed. It is the loudest machine I have owned and feels like it is going to fall apart as soon as I engage the auger. It seems to throw as much snow under the auger back at my feet as it does out the chute. The skinny short and curved handles hurt my hands after 5 mins of using. They would be well served to put an inch of foam all around the handles. The odd shape only gives you a small area for your hands and you feel like you are pushing your daughters toy baby carriage. It has been two hours and my hands still hurt. I do like the chute controls and the headlight has helped with night work. I am up in the air about recommending this, but since I have to choose, I will say yes, I recommend it, but barely. In the review section, I don't understand what "smart attitude" means. February 2, 2013
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