Manufacturer of exclusive three-stage snow blowers. The story of the birth of the Cub Cadet trademark began in 1961 with the release of maneuverable mini tractors with a capacity of 7, 10 and 12 horsepower. The original owner of the brand was the American company International Harvester Corporation, engaged in the production of large-format agricultural technology. In 1981, the already well-known Cub Cudet brand was redeemed by MTD, a corporation specializing in the manufacture of motorized garden equipment.
The most famous manufacturer of snowplows in Europe offers models of various structural versions: self-propelled and manual, tracked and wheeled. In the Russian consumer market riders and lawn mowers supplied from the USA are most in demand.
The updated range of 2010–2013 includes mobile snow blowers, adapted to the conditions of a long and harsh Siberian winter. High cleaning efficiency is provided in two stages. First, work comes sharp blades of the auger, which cut the dense snow and break the ice, pushing the mass to the rear wall of the housing. Then comes the turn of the high-speed impeller, which blows residues through the chute in the desired (regulated) direction. Winter OHV engines, manufactured by Briggs & Stratton (USA or Japan), are characterized by minimal noise levels and an improved launch system. The reinforced Xtreme-Auger toothed auger consists of six independent spirals with an increased working surface. To protect against overloads, each blade is equipped with a special lock, which significantly reduces maintenance costs. Tires X-Trac, thanks to a pronounced, directional tread, eliminate slipping on icy areas. The patented control system (Power steering control) allows you to operate the equipment with one hand while at the same time adjusting the direction of snow emission (the turn of the chute is designed for 180 degrees). Due to the variety of speeds (6 forward, 2 reverse), the movement of the unit is greatly facilitated. All Cub Cadet snow plow models (except for the M53) are equipped with a so-called “bottom shoe”, by lowering or raising it, you can adjust the clearance between the auger body and the ground. Such a construction will provide the same efficiency both on asphalt tracks and on uneven (gravel) surfaces.