Join Date: Jan 2017
Location: Lawrenceville NJ
Which should I keep, CCR-2400 or 210-R
Last year I picked up a Toro CCR-2400 but haven't used it. After getting it running last year, I discovered it wouldn't start during the snow storm this year, carb problem, which has been solved.
Today I got a relatively newer 210-R. I haven't started it yet. 2 cycle, Briggs?
I'm not terribly familiar with Toro. The 210-R is newer, maybe a 2009 model or newer. I think that is when they were introduced? It's bulkier than the CCR-2400, heavier. The CCR-2400 of course is older with a Suzuki engine, much lighter and more maneuverable but again older.
I have 2 stage and plan to use the 2 cycle for the very occasional cleanup after the 2 stage, or use it for those 1"-2" snows.
I don't know the likelihood of either breaking down, or the availability of parts.
Which should I plan to keep?
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