Troy Bilt Storm 2410 Snow Blower

The Troy Bilt Storm 2410 Snow Blower is a step up from smaller models of snow thrower built by Troy Bilt like the Troy Bilt Squall 210 Snow Blower or Troy Bilt Squall 2100 Snow Blower. The Storm 2410 has a clearing width of 0.6 m (24 inches) and an intake height of 0.53 m (21 inches). This means that it is well capable of handling even very deep snow drifts with ease. The snowblower uses an all wheel drive transmission which gives it 6 speeds when traveling forwards and 2 speeds for when it’s reversing. This means that no matter what the conditions, you will always be able to find a speed that suits you.

The X Trac tires on the Troy Bilt Storm 2410 snow blower are specially designed so as to offer increased grip and stability to the machine when it’s in motion. The tires have a width of 0.1 m (4 inches) and have a diameter of 0.33 m (13 inches). The engine powering the Storm 2410 snow thrower has a displacement of 0.18 liters and is built by Troy Bilt themselves. You’ll be glad to know that it’s a 4 stroke engine which means that there is no need to worry about fuel mixing. The fuel tank is capable of holding up to 1.9 liters of gasoline.

The Troy Bilt Storm 2410 snowblower is a dual stage snow thrower (sometimes called a 2 stage snow thrower). This means that it has both an auger and an impeller to deal with the snow. The auger that first breaks up the snow has a diameter of 0.3 m (12 inches) and sends the snow towards the impeller which has a diameter of 0.3 m (12 inches) also. Both the auger and the impeller blades are constructed from steel. The skid shoes on this snow blower are adjustable so that you can accurately control the height of the cutting edge from the ground.

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2 Reviews of the “Troy Bilt Storm 2410 Snow Blower”

  1. F Letsby says:

    Let’s put it this way; it was so bad, I checked the warranty term in the middle of the first real snowstorm I used it in. Can I prove a manufacturer’s defect if the thing turns on, but is usedless for the purpose for which I bought it?

    Year of Manufacture: 2011
    Pros: This thing is worthless. Only a year old, used twice in light snow (4-5 inches) and now in a big storm – 20″ plus. It starts OK, with the electric start.
    Cons: The Troy Bilt stalls repeatedly, even when not actively blowing snow. My driveway is only about 40 feet long, and I must have re-started the snowblower 40 times – many times coming back to the garageto get to the electiric start; many other times using the pull cord. I really had to nurse this thing to finish the job. (Yes. I know how to use teh choke.) The snow was deep, but this is a pretty big snowblower, and I was able to make cuts only about 2 inches wide to keep the Troy Bilt from stalling. And the sidewalk? Where I had to cut through 20″ of snow? Not a chance, even in the lowest forward gear, it couldn’t handle a couple of inches forward at a time, now matter how careful I was.
    Attachments: None
    Modifications: None

  2. John Marshall says:

    Poor

    Year of Manufacture: 2010
    Pros: It worked very well for the first two tanks of gas but now one of the augers fell off and the engine is hard to start. The transmission seems to be slipping as well.
    Cons: Not reliable
    Poor build quality
    Hard starting

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