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2018 Troy-Bilt Snow Blower Review – What’s New – Which One Is Best For You?

What’s New For 2018 Troy-Bilt Snow Blowers?

Great News! The biggest change in the Snow Blower Market this year is Troy-Bilt is now at The Home Depot! Settle in get comfortable. This article is only 5532 words 🙂

My Opinion: 

I have no problems suggesting the Troy-Bilt Storm Models below for any area of the country that averages up to 80 inches of snow a year including Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Pittsburg, Minneapolis, Long Island, and New Jersey.

I have no problems suggesting the Heavy Duty Arctic Storm 30 and 34-inch models. They can handle any snow you get, no matter where you live in the U.S. They love heavy, wet snow like the East Coast regularly gets.

Why the change?

Troy-Bilt will now get the recognition they deserve. Troy-Bilt makes a complete line of well-built residential snow blowers ranging from the most economical to the largest capacity residential machines. Now that The Home Depot will be carrying Troy-Bilt you will be able to easily purchase the model you want and get the great service The Home Depot offers. (I’m also noticing a lot more local dealers and farm stores carrying Troy-Bilt.)

My opinion:  Since Lowes is now going to be the “exclusive” big box store for new Craftsman products and since floor space is finite at these big stores Troy-Bilt will have even less floor space than they had in the past. So, I’m very glad Troy-Bilt is now available at the Home Depot. The real winner now is you because you will have better access to the complete line of dependable Troy-Bilt snow throwers.

As you most likely know Stanley, Black & Decker (SBD) purchased the Craftsman name this year – but not the products. What that means for snow blowers is Stanley, Black & Decker will be independently developing their own line of Craftsman snow “throwers”, parts, and a repair network. At this time it looks like Lowes will be the primary seller for these new models. (My local ACE Hardware doesn’t have a clue if they will get the SBD Craftsman) The models at Lowes are completely different from the Craftsman at Sears models you know (and love). With the new models at Lowes, you will have to get parts, warranty work, and service through Stanley, Black & Decker. The four Craftsman (SBD) models currently for sale at Lowes are made by MTD but it’s unclear if SBD will continue to use that manufacture in the future, switch to another manufacturer, or build their own.

Problems with Troy-Bilt Snow Throwers:

If you have spent any time at all researching snow blowers, the Internet is full of horror stories about all brands or models of snow throwers. You can ALWAYS find someone who is unhappy with their purchase. In reality, snow throwers from major brands like Troy-Bilt are dependable and will last many years if you size it properly for the area you have to clear, and the amount of snow you usually get. Read the operator manual before you use it the first time, and perform a few simple preventative tasks every fall/spring.

I don’t like the fact that there will be a group of Internet trolls that will make you think twice about buying a Troy-Bilt for your suburban driveway. Across the board, Troy-Bilt is one of the best value brands out there. Troy-Bilt Storm models are well designed, good snow blowers for about 90% of the U.S. They will last years with a little maintenance once in a while.

Reliability: Consumer Reports is the only organization that regularly asks readers to rate the snow blowers they own. Owners rate Troy-Bilt snow blowers as the second best of all the brands. (Honda is first – Husqvarna is last) Reference: CR Subscription Required

Parts & Service: Parts and repairs are easy to get. Parts can be ordered through MTDParts.com, the Troy-Bilt website, your local Troy-Bilt service center, Amazon.com, and The Home Depot. Shear pins and belts are even available at most Walmarts and Menards that stock snow blowers. (Arnold is MTD’s parts division)

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Build Quality: Of course – you get what you pay for with most brands and Troy-Bilt is no exception. With Troy-Bilt, you get a good price on a better than average snow blower across the entire line. The current models are all built well, built to last, and easy to use.

Check out all the Troy-Bilt snow throwers at THD here: Troy-Bilt Snow Bowers at The Home Depot

Troy-Bilt has one “game changer” feature that no one else has!

Troy-Bilt has airless tires on select models never go flat, offer great traction in all conditions, and make even the solid axle machines easy to turn. These tires are an industry game changer for solid axle snow blowers.  I’ve used them for two years now and I actually like the design better than the Michelin Tweel. I like them so much I would like to see 20-inch and 24-inch versions for lawn tractors and zero-turns. The airless tires really make a difference.

How this article is laid out:

I’m going to list the 2-stage and 3 stage snow throwers together by size. I’ll leave the single stage Squall machines for last.

Let’s get started!

24 inch Troy-Bilt Snow Blowers

Troy-Bilt has two 24-inch snow blowers that are inexpensive, yet do the job for many homeowners. The machines use the same quality parts as the more expensive machine – they just don’t have as many features.  They have the same warranty as the more expensive models. One model, the Storm 2460, is one of the best value snow blowers on the market today.  If you live in a subdivision with a 2 car driveway and get 60 inches of snow or less a year it’s a great choice.

Troy-Bilt Storm 2460 MY 24 inch Best Value Choice: The 24 inch Storm 2460 keeps up the tradition of one of the best value snow blowers on the market. It can easily handle a 12-inch snowfall but can also clear that 24-inch drift as needed.  The high intake also means it can clear that huge snow plow drift the snow plows left you overnight. I highly recommend this snow blower if you have a 2 car driveway about 80 feet long, (or single car equivalent) get an average snowfall of 60 inches or less a year. It’s designed to work on gravel, turf, cement, and blacktop. The 208cc engine is just the right size for this snow blower. The airless tires really make a difference. They give you all the traction of the 15-inch X-Trac pneumatic tires but the tread design makes them VERY easy to turn on this solid axle snow thrower. It also has the poly skid shoes so it won’t scratch your stamped and decorative driveways and patio. Last but not least, the long discharge chute puts the snow where you want it and the EZ chute control is fast and very easy to use. (My opinion) This model does not have power steering but is light enough and with the airless tires – it’s very easy to use for most people. Yes, there are a lot of bigger, larger, and more expensive snow blowers on the market, but if you just want a decent 2-stage to clear your “typical” suburban driveway this is one of the best choices. 

Troy-Bilt Storm 2410 If you have to have the least expensive 2-stage snow blower on the market this is the one.  The 208cc 24 inch Storm 2410 is most like your old 5 hp Troy-Bilt, Craftsman or Murray that you are replacing it with. It’s a simple snow blower capable of handling 8 to 12-inch snows and can clear that end-of-driveway drift. This snow blower will take you longer to clear your driveway than any other 24 inch that Troy-Bilt sells – but it will still get the job done. It’s a much better snow blower for most people than a single stage snow thrower and built better than the Chinese imports. It’s one of the few snow blowers in this price range with electric start. The intake is higher than your 20-year-old Murray which means it can clear that 21-inch snow plow drift the snow plows left you overnight. This is a decent snow blower if you have a 2 car driveway about 40-50 feet long, (or single car equivalent) get an average snowfall of 50 inches or less a year. It’s designed to work on gravel, turf, cement and blacktop. The deep lug tires are the right size for this snow blower. It also has the poly skid shoes so it won’t scratch your stamped and decorative driveways and patio. This model does not have power steering but is light enough for most people to use. Don’t expect this model to clear heavy, wet snow well, throw the snow more than 25 feet or have a lot of traction for clearing the snow plow drift.

Troy-Bilt Vortex 2490 I’m not a fan of this snow blower but that doesn’t mean it’s not the best one for you. The combination of the huge engine and 3rd stage allows this snow blower to throw snow much farther and has about twice the capacity of the Storm 2460 above. It has all the premium features Troy-Bilt offers – power steering, hand warmers (that work), 4-way chute control, long discharge chute, and headlight. It absolutely loves 12-15 inches of normal snow and it’s fun to watch how far it will throw the snow! What I don’t like about this snow blower is the front – 3rd stage auger spins about 10 times faster than the side augers. In 2 to 4 inches of snow that “fan” just splatters snow all over the place. That means to clean your driveway in one pass you always have to have the uncleared part of your driveway to the right of the machine. In other words, you have to start in the middle of the driveway and keep turning left at the end of the pass. I have not been able to plug this snow blower but in wet snow, it tends to pack the snow inside the housing and you’ll have a lot of cleaning to do before you put it away in your garage.

Sears Stock Item # Storm 2410 Storm 2460 Vortex 2490
engine 4-cycle / 208 cc OHV 4-cycle / 208 cc OHV 4-cycle / 277 cc OHV
starter type electric electric electric
clearing width 24” 24” 24″
intake height 21” 21” 21″
auger / impeller 12” serrated auger /
updated 12” impeller
12” serrated auger /
updated 12” impeller
12” serrated auger /
12” 3rd stage/impeller
speeds 6F/2R 6F/2R 6F/2R
Drive Control  Solid Axle Solid Axle  Trigger Power Steering
operation control    single hand control single hand control
chute control crank / manual EZ Rotation Chute 4-Way Joystick
tire size 13” x 4” X-Trac 15” x 5” Airless 15″ x 5″ X-Trac
headlight  Yes Yes 
skid shoes Small Glide-Tech Glide-Tech Glide-Tech
handle steel  steel  steel
warranty 2 year limited 2 year limited 2 year limited
extended chute    Yes Yes
Other Options     Hand Warmers 
Typical Sale Price $599 $699 $1099
Buy Here From THD -> Troy-Bilt Storm 2410 Troy-Bilt Storm 2460 Troy-Bilt Vortex 2490

When you read snow blower reviews you are going to find reviews that state “the engine would not start,” “the engine won’t stay running.” and “the engine runs rough.” You will find these reviews for all brands and sizes of snow blowers.

98% of the time engine problems with snow blowers are either fuel or operator related. Snow engines run/operate differently than your lawn mower engine. Educating yourself on how to store fuel, how to keep your fuel clean and how/why your snow blower engine runs the way it does will go a long way towards liking your new snow blower. Please read this article to learn more: Buying A New Snow Blower FAQS – Read This For The Truth

26 inch Troy-Bilt Snow Blowers

If a 28-inch snow blower is too big for your garage but you want something larger than a 24 inch, a 26 inch is a good choice. Troy-Bilt offers the inexpensive Storm 2660 and the great value Storm 2665.

Troy-Bilt Storm 2660 The Storm 2660 is the 26-inch version of the Storm 2460 above, It has the good 208cc Troy-Bilt engine, solid axle, good tires, and extended chute. It does not have a remote deflector control.

Troy-Bilt Storm 2665 MY 26 inch Best Value Choice! New! Exclusive to The Home Depot! The Storm 2665 adds a larger 243cc Troy-Bilt engine and a remote deflector. Solid axle, good tires, and extended Quick EZ-Rotation chute. At $799 it is one of the best value 26-inch snow blowers. I can highly recommend this snow blower for most people who get up to 80 inches of snow a year, have a 2-car 100-foot driveway and want more power than the snow blower you now have.

Troy-Bilt Storm Tracker 2690XP If you have a small, steep driveway this is the best choice on the market today! The Storm Tracker 2690XP is one of the most underappreciated snow blowers around. It has the best traction of any 24-26 inch snow blower. It has heated handgrips, power steering, and a good 208cc engine. In other words, it has all the features of the high-end residential snow blowers plus tracks for a reasonable price. In fact, it has a larger engine and all the features of the Honda 24 inch tracked snow blower for HALF THE PRICE! Yes – it will last just as long. 

The electronic 4-way remote chute/deflector control on the Storm Tracker 2690XP is the best electric chute design on the market. All the gears, motors, and controls are sealed up under the dash so it’s protected from any moisture. The joystick right by your right thumb is the easiest to use.  This electronic chute control has been around for over 10 years and has proven to be completely reliable.

Sears Stock Item # Storm 2660 Storm 2665 Storm Tracker 2690XP
engine 4-cycle / 208 cc OHV 4-cycle / 243 cc OHV 4-cycle / 208 cc OHV
starter type electric electric electric
clearing width 26” 26” 26″
intake height 21” 21” 21″
auger / impeller 12” serrated auger /
updated 12” impeller
12” serrated auger /
updated 12” impeller
12” serrated auger /
updated 12” impeller
speeds 6F/2R 6F/2R 6F/2R
Drive Control  Solid Axle Solid Axle  Trigger Power Steering 
operation control single hand control   single hand control single hand control
chute control EZ Rotation Chute – No deflector control EZ Rotation Chute Electronic 4-Way Chute
tire size 15″ x 5″ X-Trac 15″ x 5″ X-Trac D-Track with SelecTrac
headlight Yes  Yes  Yes
skid shoes Glide-Tech Glide-Tech Glide-Tech
handle steel  steel  steel
warranty 2 year limited 2 year limited 2 year limited
extended chute  Yes   Yes Yes
Other Options     Hand Warmers 
Typical Sale Price  (Sales Change Often) $781 $799 $1199
Buy Here at THD -> Troy-Bilt Storm 2660  Troy-Bilt Storm 2665 Troy-Bilt Storm Tracker 2690XP

Troy-Bilt snow blowers are among the most popular snow blowers for price and capacity. The Storm models are just the right size and power for the majority of the homes and driveways north of Interstate 70.  In other words, if you normally get 2-14 inch snows and average 40-80 inches a year these are great machines. They all have a 21-inch intake height so they will handle drifts and the occasional blizzard. No, they don’t have the capacity of the heavy-duty, “snow belt” machines that cost hundreds more, but for most of us, they are just the right combination of features, power, and price.

Troy-Bilt Storm 2860 Best Value 28 inch! The Storm 2860 does not have power steering but with the airless tires, it is still VERY easy to use. The extended chute with remote deflector puts the snow where you want it. The EZ Chute rotation control is fast, easy and won’t wear out. The 243 cc engine has plenty of power for snows up to 14 inches but it still can handle those 18-20 inchers if you drop it down a gear.  I have used this snow blower extensively over the last two years and it has been up to the task for any snow I’ve gotten up here in Northern Wisconsin! You can check out my videos on YouTube/Paul Sikkema to see it in action. It’s a great value snow blower and even includes heated hand grips that work!

Troy-Bilt Storm 2890 Best Value 28 inch with Power Steering! It’s also the Quietest Gas Powered Snow Blower on the Market! The Storm 2890 has all the features of the Best Value 2860 above and adds power steering and the Troy-Bilt quiet engine (with Noise Guard Technology) for only $100 more. 

Troy-Bilt Storm Tracker 2890 Best Value Tracked Snow Blower! The Storm Tracker 2890 has all the features of the Storm 2860 and 2890 models and adds a larger engine and 3-point track drive! Yes, it has power steering that works perfectly and hand warmers that work. The combination of power and 3-point tracks make it the best choice for steep driveways. For the price, this is an exceptional deal if you need a tracked snow blower! One of the unique features of the Troy-Bilt Storm Tracker over a wheeled unit is you can adjust the skid shoes to clean your smooth driveway and patio well but you can also raise the front of the snow blower up just a little to clear soft gravel driveways, turf and other “rough off road” areas just by moving a lever on the side of the machine. Using the same lever you can also lock the front down so you can easily scrape hard packed snow off your driveway. This snow blower, with the 3-point tracks, has a lot more clearance under it than the $3000 Honda snow blowers and the Chinese made machines with the old 2-point drive system. Because of that fact it won’t get stuck as easily clearing paths and trails as the 2-point models. 

28 inch Troy-Bilt Snow Blowers

Sears Stock Item # Storm 2860 Storm 2890 Storm Tracker 2890
engine 4-cycle / 243 cc OHV 4-cycle / 243 cc OHV Quiet Engine 4-cycle / 277 cc OHV
starter type electric electric electric
clearing width 28” 28” 28″
intake height 21” 21” 21″
auger / impeller 12” serrated auger /
updated 12” impeller
12” serrated auger /
updated 12” impeller
12” serrated auger /
updated 12” impeller
speeds 6F/2R 6F/2R 6F/2R
Drive Control  Solid Axle Trigger Power Steering Trigger Power Steering
operation control  single hand control  single hand control single hand control
chute control EZ Rotation Chute EZ Rotation Chute EZ Rotation Chute
tire size 15” x 5” Airless 15” x 5” Airless D-Track with SelecTrac
headlight Yes  Yes  Yes
skid shoes Glide-Tech Glide-Tech Glide-Tech
handle steel steel steel
warranty 2 year limited 2 year limited 2 year limited
extended chute   Yes  Yes Yes
Other Options Hand Warmers   Hand Warmers   Hand Warmers  
Typical Sale Price  (Sales Change Often) $899 $999.99 $1299
Buy Here at THD -> Troy-Bilt Storm 2860 Troy-Bilt Storm 2890 Troy-Bilt Storm Tracker 2890

Troy-Bilt Storm 3090

Troy-Bilt Storm 3090 The Storm 3090 is one snow blower that I love to hate. Let me explain. This snow blower has been around in various forms and colors for over 10 years. It’s been sold under many names, Craftsman, Craftsman Pro, Cub Cadet, Troy-Bilt, MTD, MTD Pro Yard Machines, Remington and even the new Craftsman at Lowes. The engine and controls change but the rest of the machine has stayed the same. (I have the Troy-Built XP version here with the electronic joystick.) It’s a dependable snow thrower. It doesn’t break. The current engine on the Storm 3090 has plenty of power, starts well, and is very reliable. You will rarely break a shear pin (unlike the 3-stage snow throwers) and belts last for years. But:

The problem I have with the snow thrower is the front auger flights are too close together and that design severely limits its capacity.  If you have 4-8 inches of snow to clear, the Storm 3090 (and it’s cousins) does a good job. But, if you try to clear 10, 12, or more inches these tightly spaced auger flights limit the amount of snow going into the snow blower and the snow piles up in front of the machine. If you keep driving the snow blower it actually looks more like a snow plow than a snow blower because the snow piles up in the front.  Its even worse in heavy, wet snow – the front auger will plug up into a solid cylinder of snow and no snow can get to the impeller.

If you look at the front auger on this 30-inch snow blower the six closed auger flights are much closer together than the four flights on the 28-inch machine. The extra auger flights are too close together and that’s where the bottleneck is with this otherwise good snow blower. 

So, if you need a snow blower to clear a large area and only get up to 10 inches of snow the Troy-Bilt Storm 3090  can be a good choice because its a dependable machine at a good price but if you get that occasional heavy-wet snow or regularly get snows deeper than 10 inches a better choice is the Troy-Bilt Arctic Storm 30 below.

Troy-Bilt Arctic Storm 30-34 Heavy-Duty, High Capacity Snow Blowers

Yes, I saved the best for last! Last year Troy-Bilt introduced the new heavy duty 30 and 34 inch Arctic Storm snow blowers to replace the old, tired 33 and 45-inch models but no one really explained why it’s such a leap forward for Troy-Bilt… I won’t spend any time explaining why the old MTD built models were so bad. Let’s just say – they are gone! – and move on.

The Troy-Bilt Arctic Storm 30 and  Troy-Bilt Arctic Storm 34  snow blowers are a new design and very heavy-duty. They feature thicker steel, better components including all steel discharge chutes, 14-inch high capacity impellers, and 14-inch front auger systems. These new snow blowers even have handle supports so using them is much easier than the old models.

It’s big and awesome but balanced well and surprisingly easy to use. I highly recommend the 30-inch heavy duty snow blower if you have a long driveway to clear, or you get large doses of heavy, wet snow. The 34 inch is has a larger engine and will throw snow as well as the best red and orange commercial snow throwers. These are high-end homeowner snow blowers, not commercial machines but I would have no problems recommending the 34-inch version to a church or other business that needs to clear large areas once or twice a week.

Compare this new heavy-duty Troy-Bilt Arctic Storm, Ariens Platinum 30, Husqvarna ST330P and the Toro PowerMax HD 1228.

I’ll say it – “For half the price as the Honda 32 inch you get a snow blower that will perform the task faster.”

In 2017 Consumer Reports rated this snow blower and the $3000 Ariens Rapidtrak – as the two of the best 2-stage machines. In addition, it scored just as well as the Cub Cadet 3X HD. 

Troy-Bilt Arctic Storm 30  If you live around Lake Tahoe, on the East Coast or any other area of the country that gets a lot of heavy, wet snow this is one of the best value, heavy-duty snow blowers on the market. It has large 16″ X 6.5″ X-Trac tires for great traction. It has the large 14-inch impeller and 14-inch front auger to quickly move all types of snow through the machine. It has the highest intake height of any of the current snow blowers so it will take on deep drifts efficiently. The snow blower including the chute is made of heavy, reinforced steel so it will last. 

The 357cc engine on the Troy-Bilt Arctic Storm 30 has plenty of power for this snow blower. Yes, there are other 30-inch snow blowers with larger engines but this engine is a good choice for both power and fuel economy.

The 420cc engine on the Troy-Bilt Arctic Storm 34 has over-the-top power. In two years I have not found snow deep enough to slow this 34-inch monster down.

Heated handgrips and the electronic 4-way chute make it fun to use. Don’t listen to your grouchy old neighbor who tells you electric chute controls break and are not worth the money. I’ve sold thousands of MTD made snow blowers with this specific control and it is bulletproof! It’s easy and fun to use and much faster than the Honda electric chute control!

One of the unique features that I really like on this snow blower is the square tube running from the top of the handle down to the frame. This reinforces the handle assembly and makes the snow blower very solid and easy to turn. This is the only residential snow blower that has this “commercial” feature.

I highly recommend this snow blower for homeowners who have long driveways with drifts. The trigger power steering allows the snow thrower to move in a straight line without much effort on your part. If you want to turn or make a small course correction just pull the small trigger under the handle.

You can check out my videos on YouTube/Paul Sikkema to see the Arctic Storm 34 in action.

Sears Stock Item # Storm 3090 Arctic Storm 30 Arctic Storm 34
engine 4-cycle / 357 cc OHV 4-cycle / 357 cc OHV Quiet Engine 4-cycle / 420 cc OHV
starter type electric electric electric
clearing width 30” 30” 34″
intake height 21” 23” 23″
auger / impeller 14” serrated auger /
updated 14” impeller
14” serrated auger /
updated 14” impeller
14” serrated auger /
updated 14” impeller
speeds 6F/2R 6F/2R 6F/2R
Drive Control Trigger Power Steering Trigger Power Steering Trigger Power Steering
operation control  single hand control  single hand control single hand control
chute control EZ Rotation Chute Electronic 4-Way Chute Electronic 4-Way Chute
tire size 16” x 6.5” X-Trac 16” x 6.5” X-Trac 16” x 6.5” X-Trac
headlight Yes Yes  Yes 
skid shoes Glide-Tech Glide-Tech Glide-Tech
handle steel  steel reinforced steel reinforced
warranty 2 year limited 2 year limited 2 year limited
extended chute  Yes   Yes Yes
Other Options Hand Warmers    Hand Warmers  drift cutters  Hand Warmers  drift cutters 
Typical Sale Price  (Sales Change Often) $1099 $1499 $1699
Buy Here at THD -> Storm 3090 Arctic Storm 30 Arctic Storm 34

21-inch Troy-Bilt Single Stage Snow Blowers

Troy-Bilt makes a snow blower for just about every driveway in the U.S. but I’m not a fan of owning a single-stage snow blower as your only, primary snow clearing tool. Why? Yes, single-stage snow throwers are faster to use on that light dusting to 4 inches of snow but they don’t handle that end-of-driveway pile the city snow plow leaves you well at all.  Yes, the Troy-Bilt models will clean packed down snow a 2-stage can’t but if you have to throw the snow in a certain spot, over bushes or over a wall they don’t have the throwing distance to perform those tasks. They do make a great “second” snow blower and compliment your 2-stage for tasks the 2-stage is too big for.  They do work well for patios, raised decks, 2-4 inchers, and cleaning snow off the sidewalks and around the doorway to your business. In other words, if you live North of Interstate 70 you should not consider a single-stage snow blower for your primary snow removal tool. If you do buy one I suggest the 208cc models. The 123cc is too small and the 179cc engine has a history of being hard to start.

New! Exclusive to The Home Depot! Squall 208 EX

Sears Stock Item # Squall 123R Squall 179E Squall 208 EX Squall 208 XP
engine 4-cycle / 123 cc OHV 4-cycle / 179 cc OHV
4-cycle / 208cc OHV
4-cycle / 208cc OHV
starter type recoil electric electric electric
clearing width 21″ 21” 21″ 21”
intake height 13” 13” 13″ 13”
auger / impeller 9 ” reinforced paddle 9 ” reinforced paddle 9 ” reinforced paddle 9 ” reinforced paddle
speeds Will pull itself if you lift the handle Will pull itself if you lift the handle Will pull itself if you lift the handle Will pull itself if you lift the handle
Drive Control NA NA NA NA
operation control single hand control single hand control single hand control single hand control
chute control Manual Chute Manual Chute Manual Chute Remote Crank Chute
tire size 8” x 2” 8” x 2” 8” x 2” 8” x 2”
headlight   LED headlights LED headlights
skid shoes NA NA NA NA
handle Deluxe Folding Deluxe Folding Deluxe Folding Deluxe Folding
warranty 2 year limited 2 year limited 2 year limited 2 year limited
extended chute NA NA NA NA
drift cutters  NA NA  NA NA
Typical Sale Price  (Sales Change Often) $359 $399 $499 $599
Buy Here at THD -> Squall 123R Squall 179E Squall 208 EX Squall 208 XP
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