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Good afternoon ,new member here good to be here , , I have a neighbor who has a real clean husqvarna ST330P says its the HONDA 18 horse , hes out of town rite now , but im seeking feedback from any members here who own or have owned 1 of these ? , it says on the husky site " discontinued " so that makes me leery ?, maybe it was just to big for the ave homeowners needs ? I know husky and honda both are solid products ,also i run a construction and landscape company so this machine may be pulled into servicing customers accounts , Thank you all and enjoy being here , John
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The guy is either dumb or a liar neither is good

the motor is clone of a Honda made by lct
its 17 ft lbs is about 10.4 hp
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Hmmm not good so its a cheap knock off chinese motor? Ok just looked up LCT and they have an american office , but i see shanghai china .

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Hmmm not good so its a cheap knock off chinese motor? Ok just looked up LCT and they have an american office , but i see shanghai china .

the motor is the best part of that blower
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Although Chinese itís a decent engine, same engines Ariens uses on most of there machines

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Yeah, I have a Predator 99.00 engine on one of my Ariens, been running great for years now, .....
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OK i looked up reviews and really didn't see any problems with the motor , so the chassis is ho hum i take it ?
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Thank you all for the reply 's
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Thank you very much for you're reply's sir
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OK i looked up reviews and really didn't see any problems with the motor , so the chassis is ho hum i take it ?

I certainly wouldn't refer to the chassis as "ho hum." I procured one of these beasts a year ago and put about 11 hrs on her throughout the winter. The chassis/frame is just fine. Went over the beast a few weeks ago with fine toothed comb and everything is still tight and fully operational. The LCT engine is a solid performer. The refs to "knock-off" and "Chinese" are becoming tired. LCT (the company) is a descendant of Tecumseh and is as American as apple pie. Do they manufacture their engines over there? You bet! Almost all the small engine manufacturers produce their engines "over there." Not sure about Chinese apple pie, though...

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