Model # CC330

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Cub Cadet 30 cc 4-Cycle Gas Split-Boom Curved Shaft String Trimmer
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Discontinued Cub Cadet

30 cc 4-Cycle Gas Split-Boom Curved Shaft String Trimmer

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Product Overview

For ease of use, it's hard to beat this Cub Cadet trimmer. It has a pro rewind bump head that loads line easily and quickly. Its lightweight construction is durable and it can take most other brands of attachments including blower, edger, pole saw, cultivator and more.

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  • High performance 4-cycle engine does not require mixing gas and oil
  • Curved style boom increases comfort and ease of use
  • Lightweight aluminum boom maximizes durability and longevity
  • Pro rewind trimming head easily loads 20 ft. of line without tangling
  • 17 in. cutting swath to get the job done faster
  • Standard bump head for quick line adjustment
  • Contour handle for ultimate comfort
  • Smart-attach universal coupler a accepts Cub Cadet and most other brands of attachments
  • Included in carton: 0.095 trimmer line
  • 3-year warranty assures product quality and performance
  • Model # 41ADZ33C912

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does this model have detachable attachments?

Asked by: Bubbas
yes it does
Answered by: thenicoletti
Date published: 2016-03-13

Which Home Depot sells this trimmer???

I checked online multiple zip codes/stores in FL, NY, NJ, PA, MA, CO and California, and nobody has it, which makes me wonder does Home Depot sells this product at all?
Asked by: Anonymous
the easier way to do it is contact your local home depot and order it online, then have it shipped to the store which is free instead of paying the extra 70 bucks to have it shipped to your house
Answered by: thenicoletti
Date published: 2016-03-13

When was this discontinued?

Asked by: Tyrone
Hello - This model was discontinued earlier this season and is no longer available. Thank you for your question.
Answered by: CubCadet
Date published: 2016-07-22

How do I replace the string on my Cub Cadet model CC330 grass trimmer

Asked by: 1972
Hello 1972, To replace teh strong on the CC330, please follow the directions listed below. 1. If necessary, remove any old triming line and/or obstructions from the cutting head. 2. Cut one 20 foot length of new trimming line. 3. Turn the bump knob counterclockwise to align the arrows. 4. Insert the new trimming line into the entry eyelet. Push the link through the cutting head untiil a few inches protrude from the exit eyelet. Pull the line until the ends are of equal length. 5. Turn the bump knob counterclockwise to wind the line until about 5 inches protrude from each side of the cutting head. Do not push the bump knob down while winding the line. Do not align the arrows when the line winding is complete. Thank you for your question.
Answered by: CubCadet
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

30 cc 4-Cycle Gas Split-Boom Curved Shaft String Trimmer is rated 2.1 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from poor recoil pull starter design and quality Purchased this item to April of 2013 to replace a six year old Craftsman 4 cycle trimmer that finally gave up the ghost. It would also accept the old Craftsman attachments. On second use the pull cord broke internally. The repair was $20 and the warranty doesn't cover pull starter problems. At the start of the 2014 season the starter internals failed again. I took it apart and "rewound" the recoil springs. This lasted two weeks until the one of the plastic tangs the starter engages broke. I am finally calling it quits and going to buy a Honda, Husqvarna or Craftsman 4 Cycle trimmer. It appears the Cub Cadet and Troy Bilt are the same product as the MTD trimmer. I would highly recommend you not waste your money on this product.
Date published: 2014-04-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like the 4 cycle Bought this unit two years ago to replace my old 2 cycle ryobi which I had several attachments for. This unit is heavier than most I looked at, but it did seem to be made of sturdier material. The gas(ethanol) eat up the gas feed line(I thought I had emptied the tank.) The unit set up about a year. I recently replaced the gas line and it cranked right up. Hope it stays running. The price is Ok for a 30cc unit and it accepts the cheaper attachments which comes in handy. I would recommend the straight shaft. I cannot get used to a curved shaft and use my old ryobi straight shaft for weed eating with a Samauri(?) 3 string head from HD.
Date published: 2013-07-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from update on my trimmer. i was wrong ok so in the beginning the trimmer was great loved it until the throttle cable broke, the inner workings of my shaft stripped out and the clutch broke.. sent it through home depot to the manufacturers thinking ok its under warrantee it'll be fine. took cub cadet from may 30th until dnovember22nd to fix my trimmer under rush order. i use it as the trimmer for my buisness. anyways, i get it back and it will not start so i looked at it and they removed one of the lifter springs and didnt replace it, so i replaced it myself. they put in a dead magnito. an they melted the broken throttle cable onto the trigger with excess plastic. also i found that they didnt replace the shaft or clutch. im very displeased at the quality of the trimmer and that the manufacturer does not live up to the old standards of repair that they used to
Date published: 2016-03-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from JUNK (ZERO STARS) DO NOT BUY. I have used this trimmer for a handful of times and like other reviews, have had nothing but problems. This will not stay running and is leaking oil. I purchased a Home Depot warranty on this as well, however when you buy the warranty they dont tell you its under the manufacturers warranty as well, it is completely contradicting. So when I had a problem with the trimmer Home Depot Warranty service sent me to Cub Cadet. This has been nothing but problems, do not buy this trimmer.
Date published: 2014-07-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from WASTE OF MONEY!!!! I bought this trimmer thinking i was getting a quality trimmer.... just like all the other reviews. After one year the pull cord was seized up. Had it repaired and now there is oil leaking everywhere and pull cord has broke again.This is a known problem but CC refuses to acknowledge it. I'm out $200 plus the cost of a new trimmer. But hey they got my money so who cares right!! This is a company that does NOT stand behind their products and I would advise everyone to not purchase anything dealing with CC!!!
Date published: 2015-11-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cub Cadet was sold to MTD years ago. Now it is junk The first one that I bought was dead. I had filled it with oil as directed, gassed it up and then tried to pull the started. It would not turn. It was totally ceased up. I returned it can considered it fluke. Then next one was running OK for a while. But then the carburetor just died. No way to re-build it so it costs about $100 to buy a new carb. After three carburetors I just gave up. The local mower shop indicated that you had to run pure gas, not the gas that you get at standard gas stations because it has 10% alcohol and the alcohol ruins the rubber inside of the carb. He suggested go to the local airport and get pure (aviation) gasoline. Given that all most ALL gasoline at filling stations have 10% alcohol it consider it a failure for the "new" Cub Cadet. Bad carburetor design. and over $100 for a new out? Get out outta here.
Date published: 2015-05-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Waste of Money, Piece of JUNK!!!!!!!! This is the biggest piece of junk that I have ever bought. Had problems with it from day 1. Had to take it in and get work done on it after the first week because after the first use it did not want to start. Then when I got it back it would only run on half choke and would die with choke off. Used it for the rest of the year and the following year it had the same problem with it not wanting to start. Must say that found it more useful as a sledge hammer even though it is now in many pieces.
Date published: 2016-04-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Quality Purchased in August 2013 and really liked the unit. In the spring of 2014, it was leaking oil around the eye glass. Disappointed that it will take 3 weeks to even know if it can be repaired or replaced.
Date published: 2014-04-28
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