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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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I vote for the 210r, more power than the 2400

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I vote for the 210r, more power than the 2400
Should this have been a poll? Lol. Thanks. I definitely agree it's nice to have more power for the times you need greater distance or in heavy snow where the lighter would have bogged down or clogged. But do I want more weight to push around. What's appealing to me, it's newer and less chance of breaking down, but then I don't know if the Briggs R Tec engine is a better engine than the Suzuki, less problems? Parts availability?

1986 Ariens ST522, 5hp, 22"
1995 Murray Craftsman 10hp, 29" w. 12" impeller
A 1983 Real John Deere 10hp, 32" w. 12" impeller, 16" auger, 20" high front, cast iron gear box, chains
Noma 9hp, 27" w. 12" impeller
Noma 5hp, 24" w. 12" impeller, 20" high front
Gravely Convertible, 12hp Kohler cast iron, 26" width, 600 lbs of cast iron & steel, 2 speed impeller, 4 ground speeds
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What is the problem, just keep both .... I have 3 machines, use them all ...
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What is the problem, just keep both .... I have 3 machines, use them all ...
Problem is I have too many blowers. I have to decide which 2 stage blowers to keep then I have 4 working single stage, want to sell 3 (the Toro 2450, the Toro 210-R, a really nice MTD White with electric start, and a really well running Snapper). And 4 non working single stage blowers I need to work on (2 Toro 3650 that are well used, well used! a MTD with little use). I only want 1 single stage blowers.

1986 Ariens ST522, 5hp, 22"
1995 Murray Craftsman 10hp, 29" w. 12" impeller
A 1983 Real John Deere 10hp, 32" w. 12" impeller, 16" auger, 20" high front, cast iron gear box, chains
Noma 9hp, 27" w. 12" impeller
Noma 5hp, 24" w. 12" impeller, 20" high front
Gravely Convertible, 12hp Kohler cast iron, 26" width, 600 lbs of cast iron & steel, 2 speed impeller, 4 ground speeds
Dynamark 8hp, 26", 12" impeller, for sale
Several other 5hp, 8hp, several 2 cycle, all for sale
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I "think" the Suzuki motors are very well made, but replacing failed ignition components can be quite expensive according to owners who posted here. I would keep the 210.

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I would say to find a hi HP 4 stroke single stage. I'm just too lazy to have a separate gas can with only mixed gas in it. Plus, then if for some reason, someone else had to use it, it would be easier for them.
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Should this have been a poll? Lol. Thanks. I definitely agree it's nice to have more power for the times you need greater distance or in heavy snow where the lighter would have bogged down or clogged. But do I want more weight to push around. What's appealing to me, it's newer and less chance of breaking down, but then I don't know if the Briggs R Tec engine is a better engine than the Suzuki, less problems? Parts availability?
there is no Suzuki motor in the 2400, the only toro's that had Suzuki motors are the 2000 and 3000
you don't push either machine around you tilt them up so the paddled contact the pavement and that pulls the machine along

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2-toro 521E-38052. 1-toro xl824pt 38086
1-.............,TORO XL 624ps..............
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There is no Suzuki motor in the 2400, the only Toro's that had Suzuki motors are the 2000 and 3000
I don't work a lot on Toro 2 cycle single stage enough to order engine parts.

If the 2400 doesn't have a Suzuki, what engine does the 2400 have? Briggs? Tecumseh? I know MTD for years used Tecumseh 2 cycle.

1986 Ariens ST522, 5hp, 22"
1995 Murray Craftsman 10hp, 29" w. 12" impeller
A 1983 Real John Deere 10hp, 32" w. 12" impeller, 16" auger, 20" high front, cast iron gear box, chains
Noma 9hp, 27" w. 12" impeller
Noma 5hp, 24" w. 12" impeller, 20" high front
Gravely Convertible, 12hp Kohler cast iron, 26" width, 600 lbs of cast iron & steel, 2 speed impeller, 4 ground speeds
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There is no Suzuki motor in the 2400, the only Toro's that had Suzuki motors are the 2000 and 3000
I went to the Toro site and typed in my model and serial #. It came up as a 2000 series and 2400 was not mentioned. Under Product Details listed the engine as Suzuki 4.5hp.

1986 Ariens ST522, 5hp, 22"
1995 Murray Craftsman 10hp, 29" w. 12" impeller
A 1983 Real John Deere 10hp, 32" w. 12" impeller, 16" auger, 20" high front, cast iron gear box, chains
Noma 9hp, 27" w. 12" impeller
Noma 5hp, 24" w. 12" impeller, 20" high front
Gravely Convertible, 12hp Kohler cast iron, 26" width, 600 lbs of cast iron & steel, 2 speed impeller, 4 ground speeds
Dynamark 8hp, 26", 12" impeller, for sale
Several other 5hp, 8hp, several 2 cycle, all for sale
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