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post #1 of 5 Old 02-23-2020, 01:28 PM Thread Starter
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CCR2450GTS paddles

Picked up a CCR2450 yesterday, $55 , mainly to tinker with. Paddles have fair amount of wear . Have looked through past threads, I have come to the conclusion that OEM Toro will have the best fit/ longevity . Kage ? Any new products worth looking into ? Thanks
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Check ebay or amazon out. I believe the black paddles from Toro are stock but they make longer lasting ones that I believe are red in color. The red paddles are more expensive because they last longer. I've always used the black paddles and am impressed with their longevity. JMTC.

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I've only replaced one set on my CCR2500, with OEM. They fit well and look to be good quality. For me it's not worth saving a few bucks on iffy replacements.

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the oem toro paddles are the best you can buy. at the dealer i work a there only like 23 bucks a piece so theirs no point in skimping really
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Try home depot.I bought them a few years back .They were on a cardboard display along with other toro items usually on an end cap with the snow blowers. Not sure of the price
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