Cub Cadet 528 SWE Snow Blower


The Cub Cadet 528 SWE snow blower is much more powerful than the smallest models of the CUB Cadet 500 series such as the Cub Cadet 524 We snow blower or the Cub Cadet 526 SWE snow blower. The engine that activates the 528SWE is built at home by Cub Cadet themselves. It is a 4-stroke engine with a displacement of 0. 36 liters. Using a positive traction/directional wheel transmission, the snow blower has 6 speeds when moving forward and 2 speeds for reverse.

The width of the cleaning face is 0. 71 m (28 inches), allowing the operator to clean a path of more than 2 feet wide in each pass. You can also cut at a depth of 0. 53 m (21 inches) in each pass, which is enough to deal with very intense night snowfalls. The quittings does not damage or spider the surface of the soil on which it works thanks to the adjustable sliding shoes manufactured with an ultra high molecular weight material designed specifically not to leave marks. These shoes are also reversible, so that once they have worn on the one hand, you just have to turn them into the place of having to buy new ones.

The endless used to break the snow has a diameter of 0. 3 m (12 inches) like the rest of the snow blowers of this series. The crumbled snow is triggered by the duct thanks to a driver that has a diameter of 0. 3 m (12 inches). Fortunately, the duct is made of steel so that it does not double, break or deformed during intensive use. This snow blower also uses a deflector at the top of the landfill to give greater precision to the address and the position that the snow is sending. The only difference between this snow blower and the snow blower Cub Cadet 528 We is that the engine that operates the 528We is 0. 28 liters of size.

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