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Toro 38515 CCR 2450 GTS Recoil 5 HP Single Stage Gas Snowblower

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 100 pounds
  • ASIN: B000BPE8VQ
  • Item model number: 38515
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #233,105 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

This patented technology, with curved rotor and inverted funnel housing, moves more snow in less time and virtually eliminates clogging. Wide rubber paddles propel the snowthrower forward while cleaning down to the pavement.

These industry leaders are compact, lightweight and are perfect for clearing walks and driveways down to the pavement with ease. All Toro single stage snowthrowers are backed by Toro's 2 Year Full Warranty.
*Capacity and throw distance will vary with conditions.

Customer Reviews

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Pros: it is very fast.
R. V. Hatcher
A 2-stage would probably have had an easier time with the larger drifts, but the Toro 2450 rose to the challange and got the job done.
JRH
It's very easy to set up.
Sparky

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By JRH on March 13, 2006
I have a house in the city with a short, standard width driveway, but almost 100 feet of sidewalks and a patio. I bought a 2-stage snowblower when I first moved in 6 years ago, but found the 2-stage too big and bulky. The Toro 2450 is light enough that it's easily maneuvered, and I can even get it into my back yard easily to clear the patio.

I had one concern that was recently put to rest. I grew up taught that you need a 2-stage for larger, heavier snowfalls. We just had 12 inches of snow at 30 degrees F -- a large, wet snowfall -- and the Toro 2450 did an OK job with it. A 2-stage would probably have had an easier time with the larger drifts, but the Toro 2450 rose to the challange and got the job done.

One other thing; I hesitated on buying electric start or not. In the end, I elected to not go with the electric start to save some money. So far, the Toro 2450 has started on the first or second pull every time, and the pull starter is much easier to pull than my old 2-stage snowblower. My wife could easily start this, but I don't want to share my toy!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Santo Spirito on March 15, 2006
3.14.06 minneapolis: just had 12" + with 30 degree wet snow. I struggled for 4+ hours

with the new Yard Machine......the neighbor just walked thru his property with a

single pass ...and down to the pavement.......IN JUST 30 MIN.!!

Next year: out with the yard machine.....in with the Toro.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Stephen R. Clark on July 15, 2007
I bought one of these machines on the recommendation of a friend. I thought that a single stage unit would not be adequate for Detroit's wet snow, but I took his word for it.

I found it to be an amazingly powerful and reliable machine that could clear a 25' by 60' driveway in 12 minutes. I also used it to clear plowed snow in front of the drive and its light weight made it easy to attack the pile from the top down. Very impressive.

I would recommend it to anyone.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By G. Nelson on February 14, 2007
This compact, lightweight Toro is the David of snowthrowers, I've owned it for 3 seasons (CCR2450, the base model) and it just tears through anything below freezing. I have cowrorkers that bought the big metal 8hp throwers you see out there that make you look like a real man, well they end up scraping the last .25 inch layer of packed snow off their pavement and they have to stop and unclog their throwers every 5 minutes. This thing gets down to the pavement everytime, even the packed stuff and I've NEVER had to unclog it. The only possible drawbacks are the 20" swath is a little narrow, and in really deep stuff that the plow left behind (a foot or more) you may have to hit the drifts more than once to get everything.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Sparky on December 24, 2008
Living in Marquette, Mich. for the past 4 1/2 years, having a snow blower is almost a must-have item. Being younger, shoveling didn't bother me the first few years, but after the first snowfall a few months ago I finally got sick of it (not to mention the back pain) and finally shelled out on the Toro 2450.

I researched different brands, two-stage and single-stage, and I don't have $1000+ to spend on some behemoth. It was either a low end two-stage Yard Machine, which had a few more convenience options I liked but I've never been a big fan of YM products (feel they're less reliable), or the single-stage Toro. After reading reviews, I went with the Toro. Now I say, "Bring on the snow!" because I'm having too much fun plowing my driveway!

This little machine has done a wonderful job so far. While we get around 200+ inches of snow each year, most of the snowfalls tend to be no more than eight inches at once and it's usually the powder stuff. The Toro has more than enough power to clear it out. And if we do get a rare massive 20+ inch dumping, I tend to be home enough that I can plow the driveway once or twice during the storm to prevent it from becoming too deep.

As for the wet, heavy snow, most of that I get right now is when the plow trucks go by and leave a pile at the end of the driveway. The other day I actually had about six inches worth sitting there. It took me a bit longer to push the snow blower through it, at times going slow as a snail (but it was still flinging the snow), but it got the job done. I did encounter one problem during this, though, and that's when I backed up and rammed into the pile of wet snow trying to speed up the process (because it was going so slow) and I guess it was too much for the paddles to handle and it shut off.
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