Model#: TRBN31AM66P3766
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Troy-Bilt Storm 2625 243cc 26 in. Two-Stage Electric Start Snow Thrower

  • Troy-Bilt Storm 2625 243cc 26 in. Two-Stage Electric Start Snow Thrower
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$1,319.99
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Non-CARB Compliant Product - This product does not meet CARB regulations and is not available for sale or use in the state of California.
As unpredictable as Mother Nature can be, the Storm 2625 two-stage snow thrower from Troy-Bilt is up for the challenge. Powered by a dependable 243cc Troy-Bilt engine, the Storm 2625 cuts into drifts with its patented Xtreme auger system, breaking up tightly packed snow before discharging it through an extended, clog-resistant chute. Additional features include Just One Hand operation, 200 degree chute rotation and an in-dash headlight for added visibility in low light conditions.
Features:
  • Powerful 4-cycle 243cc engine delivers reliable power and performance
  • Rugged X-Trac 15 in. tires and all-wheel drive traverse snow and terrain with ease
  • 6 forward and 2 reverse speeds for easy control and maneuvering in various conditions
  • In-dash headlight offers improved visibility during operation
  • Well balanced and easy to control Just One Hand design
Includes:
  • Storm 2625 243cc 26 in. Two-Stage Electric Start Snow Thrower- 31AM66P3766
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Specifications

CARB Compliant: No
Clearing Depth: 21 in.
Clearing Width: 26 in.
Drive System: All-Wheel Drive
Engine Displacement: 243cc
Engine Type: Troy-Bilt OHV
Impeller Size: 12 in.
Power Type: Gas
Starter: Electric / Recoil
Wheel Size: 15 in. x 5 in. X-Trac Tires

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Reviews

4.4 / 5.0
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Storm 2625 Snow Thrower
I purchased this Snow Thrower because we moved to the snow country in Northern Calif. I purchased this same brand on the East Coast and loved it. I got the next size larger than the older one and "LOVE IT ". I have used it but only twice in the last 2 years and it did as I expected it to do. With the light , I can clean my driveway anytime... day or night. I love it and my neighbors do to ! Being in an area with elder people, I clean their driveways also. Once I get started clearing the snow, it is hard for me to stop and I love helping my neighbors.
October 23, 2014
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Beast
This snow thrower is a beast. Moves great amounts of snow effortlessly. Highly Recommend!!!
April 23, 2015
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Excellent device
I absolutely love this snow thrower as it is making my life a lot easier here in the north east
December 10, 2015
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WELL PLEASED
I USED THE 26 INCH 2625 BLOWER 5 TIMES THIS WINTER SO FAR, ONCE WE HAD 12 INCHES OF WET SNOW AND IT WALKED RIGHT THROUGH IT AND BLEW IT 20-25 FEET AWAY. I AM 81 AND I CAN STILL HANDLE IT WITH OUT A PROBLEM, I HAVE 300 FEET OF SIDEWALK AND A 24 BY 40 DRIVEWAY
February 11, 2016
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Awesome VALUE!!!
No more sore back for me!!!! This machine is a beast! Really got lucky I think. Was the last machine in town to my knowledge, and the price to features ratio is dang good in my humble opinion. Only had it one day so far, but works flawlessly! Blasts snow where I want it with little effort. Will review durability in a couple years.
January 22, 2016
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Storm 2625
The engine, snow throwing ability, and ergonomics are great. The plastic parts around the handle and the automatic auger device should be upgraded. My auger would not stay engaged unless I was holding it. I had to have it repaired after the first storm. It works fine now, but could use improvement.
April 16, 2015
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Easy first use
We have had only one snow so far this winter. The snowthrower started up after one pull! I look forward to the rest of the season.
December 26, 2014
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Very Happy!
So far, no problems. Easy to start, so far one pull and it's running. I haven't used it much this winter because there hasn't been any snow. But I'm very happy with the quality and ease of starting.
February 5, 2016
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1st time snowblower
Best dealer. Best bet for the money. A basic machine with good value.
January 16, 2017
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Not happy with it
Pros: starts easy, i like the chute control, works well in heavy wet snow.

Cons:On light fluffy snow it won't blow it plows the snow.
January 28, 2017
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how far is snow discharged?
A shopper on Oct 18, 2016