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Cub Cadet

Model # 2X 524 SWE

Internet # 202938393

Store SKU # 506578

2X 524 SWE 24 in. 208cc 2-Stage Electric Start Gas Snow Blower with Power Steering

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$799.00 /each




Model # 2X 524 SWE

Internet # 202938393

Store SKU # 506578

The Cub Cadet 208cc, OHV 4-Cycle 2-Stage 24 in. gas snow thrower is equipped with Zero-Turn Posi-Steer power steering which delivers effortless, single-hand turning so you can easily maneuver driveways of all shapes and sizes. The single-hand 4-way pitch and chute rotation allows you to quickly change the direction and the pitch of the snow you want to throw.

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  • 24 in. clearing width; 21 in. intake height
  • 208cc electric start Cub Cadet 4-cycle OHV engine
  • Cool blue rust-resistant, non-marking, reversible skid shoes glide along surfaces for better maneuverability
  • 6 forward 2 reverse self-propelled speeds for easy snow clearing at your pace push button electric start makes it incredibly easy to start in the tough winter conditions
  • Push button electric start makes it incredibly easy to start in the tough winter conditions
  • 4-Way pitch control and chute rotation
  • In-dash headlight allows you to clear your driveway any time of the day or night
  • 15 in. x 5 in. x-track tires provide solid traction in extreme weather conditions
  • Use with 5-Watt - 30 oil for best results, unit comes pre-filled with oil
  • Warranty is 3-year residential/1-year commercial
  • Delivered to your home, mostly assembled, simple instructions inside for attaching the handle
  • Model # 31AM53TR756
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Assembled Depth (in.) 
50 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
34 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
28 in 
Auger diameter (in.) 
Clearing Width (In.) 
24 in 
Ideal Snow Depth (In.) 
Impeller diameter (in.) 
Intake height (in.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
Tire height (in.) 
Tire width (in.) 
Assembly Required 
CA (CARB) Compliant 
CARB Compliant 
Chute rotation turning radius (Deg) 
Clearing Surface Type 
Gravel/ Paved 
Clearing tool included 
Drive System 
Self Propelled 
Engine Displacement (cc) 
Engine Make 
OEM Branded 
Engine Type 
4-cycle OHV 
Engine torque (ft.-lb.) 
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 
Number of Forward Speeds 
Number of Reverse Speeds 
Oil capacity (oz.) 
Product Weight (lb.) 
240 lb 
Recommended Oil type 
Rust Resistant 
Snow Blower Features 
Headlight,Skid Shoes 
Snow Blower Usage 
Snow Equipment Product Type 
Two Stage Gas Snow Blower 
Start Type 
Uneven with Obstacles 
Wheel Drive 
Type of Snow 
Heavy, Wet 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
No Certifications or Listings 
Manufacturer Warranty 
3-year limited residential & 1-year limited commercial 


Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 161 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job well. Starts easy. Moves snow well. Actually works best if snow is over 4 inches deep. Already used 6 times (Wisconsin) starts easy even at -15 degrees air temp. Power steering takes awhile to get the hang of but is very helpful. I did call Cub Cadet about white grease inside the oil fill tube and on the oil dipstick. Not to much feedback from CC but went to Home Depot and looked at floor models. All had the white grease. Mine was just heavier. CC suggested removing the grease. Should not have been there according to CC tech. December 31, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I should have dropped the plowing service years ago. The product was easy to assemble and use. I have never owned a snow blower before. I have always used a plowing service. We live right in the heart of the snow belt and get 140" of snow every year. I have a 200 ft long drive with a turn-around area large enough to park six cars as well as two small sidewalks. The unit has gotten a pretty good test and works very well. I am able to clear 4-6 " of average weight snow in about 30-45 minutes. It has an electric start, but it is so easy to pull start that have not used the electric start yet. Our walks are very curved and the unit is maneuverable enough to handle them without a problem. The unit is easy enough to operate that it can be operated with one hand. I have been very happy with this product and would recommend it. January 26, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The best snow blower I've ever had .I'm 65 years old with heart trouble. Really shouldn't be shoveling snow. This machine is very easy to operate. Between the power steering and the electric start, it couldn't be easier. In fact I had a very hard time getting it back from my Eight year old Granddaughter once she got behind the controls. I had a much bigger machine before buying this, but for its size, it does an excellent job. My property is One Hundred' wide, with a Four car driveway. The machine handled 18 to 24 inches of snow effortlessly January 31, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by An absoulute MONSTER! I just bought this snowblower and had the chance to use it during the first snowstorm of the year here in NJ. The snow was extremely wet and heavy and I watched neighbors struggle with their snowblowers trying to move this heavy wet snow with not a lot of luck. I fired up my cub cadet and was easily throwing snow up to 30 feet! I'm sure the neighbors were envious and I was extremely happy! It did it with ease and was very easy to use. The power steering works like a charm and the capability of changing directions of the snow you are throwing with one hand is amazing! A+ in my book December 11, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product Overall I would definitely recommend this snow blower. Easy to start even with pull cord, removes wet heavy snow, plenty of power. My only concern is my driveway is not level and at a fairly steep incline. I have not been able to stop the blower (lock the wheels) while going downhill to adjust my path. Once you start, other than stopping manually, the blower wheels will not lock even when self-propel is disengaged and steer controls will not lock wheels either. And obviously trying to manually stop the blower up or downhill is not the best way on snowy or icy conditions. Other than this the blower works great, January 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Good For the Money I've had this snow blower since November. 2014 and have now had the opportunity to use it in several kinds of snow. I keep this in my garage which is about 60* in the winter so it starts easily usually on the first and second pull. I don't bother with the electric start but it's nice to know it's available if needed. There is enough power to handle heavy, wet snow, though instead of throwing 10' to 15' as it does with drier, lighter snow, it throws 6' to 10'. Certainly understandable because of the difference in weight. Regardless, power is not a limiting factor. I've had several snowfalls so far but with a maximum of 10" of at one time so far but that was no problem at all. Assembly wasn't an issue since I bought a floor model. I have about a 120' single lane driveway, 90% gravel and once the supplied skids were adjusted to their maximum height the blower glides right along with next to no gravel throwing. The power steering works fine, turning easily, and the larger tires with deep tread work well also. The traction is there except when powering through snow piles left by the road plows. The blower has enough power but needs a bit more muscling from me to push through the deeper and heavier accumulations. This is mostly because the tires want to ride on top of the heavy packed plow hills. Again understandable. But don't get me wrong this blower will do the job with a minimum of effort. The multiple forward speeds give plenty of range to satisfy anyone's preferred walking speed. Reverse is limited to two rather slow speeds, which makes sense since I'm sure Cub Cadet doesn't want the blower to run you down in reverse. Nonetheless I'd like one more speed that is a bit faster. It would be nice to have heated handles for the coldest weather but I was aware of the lack before I made the purchase. They are available after market, but too pricy for my taste. The one handed chute control works well for me, which was a small concern before purchase. I haven't had to adjust it, but it seems easily done. It's also nice to have a headlight, but I haven't used the machine in the dark yet so I have no comment. Be sure to use StaBil or Sea Foam to prevent your gas from going bad if you don't expect regular usage. Better safe than sorry, for sure. On the whole I'm pleased with this purchase and unless you have an unusual situation, I think it would work just fine for almost any residential user. Recommended. January 31, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Handled the Winter of 2015 in New England After the winter we had here in New England this year, I finally broke down and bought a snow thrower. After a bit of research I landed on this unit , and I'm glad I did. This unit started easily and handled the heavy snowfall with no issues. It even crewed right through the stuff at the end of the driveway without an issue. August 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just what we wanted Although we have not had any "whopper" snowstorms, my husband did have a chance to use it a few times. He does snow removal as part of his job, so he has used some snowblowers over the years. He was very impressed with the ease of use, the turning radius and over all power. This snowblower was purchased by me, with my husband requesting certain specifications, for my use. Unfortunately, I can't comment on it's use myself because each time it was used, I was at work. Delivery was super. Delivery company called ahead and came at the time they said they would. They even placed it inside of my garage! So far, we are pleased with our purchase. February 28, 2013
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