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CCR2000 paddles - OEM vs aftermarket

Think I need a new set of rubber paddles on my CCR2000. I see lots of aftermarket stuff on eBay and very little OEM. Anyone have experience of OEM vs the aftermarket paddles? Do they wear as well and are there fitment issues? There also seem to be a couple of different brands of paddles. Any preference of one over the other?

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I remember seeing someone say they elongate the holes and just move their old paddles out a bit.

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I use to have two 2450's, I put oem paddles on one and aftermarket paddles on the other. fitment with the after market paddles was not an issue but the paddles were cut a bit longer than the oem paddles and made a smacking sound when they hit the back of the auger housing

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I just replaced the paddles on my Toro 421 with after market paddles at almost half the price of originals. They claim to be extended wear and are made by Ticor out of recycled car tires. Fitment was perfect and they have six rows of nylon cording instead of two rows on the originals. I haven't tried them yet and will do a review after they get some usage. I ordered three sets for $68 delivered. One set of original Toro paddles cost $30 two years ago, so it is like getting one set free.

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I just replaced the paddles on my Toro 421 with after market paddles at almost half the price of originals. They claim to be extended wear and are made by Ticor out of recycled car tires. Fitment was perfect and they have six rows of nylon cording instead of two rows on the originals. I haven't tried them yet and will do a review after they get some usage. I ordered three sets for $68 delivered. One set of original Toro paddles cost $30 two years ago, so it is like getting one set free.
Where did you order the panels from? Maybe I'll give the a try. Thx

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Wish I could find inexpensive Ariens paddles.

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Could you get 2 cheap/thin paddle kits and double them up?

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Where did you order the panels from? Maybe I'll give the a try. Thx
These are the ones I received. They replace Toro part number 99-9313. They are also about 1/16" thicker than the originals and were not a problem to mount.




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I am trying to decide if I should run a set of these after mine are worn out.

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I wonder if they would punch out a thinner version for the smaller machines.

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Found a new OEM set locally and took one of the old ones off. Found the old ones weren't worn that badly after all so back on it goes for this season. At least I now have spares.

The Kage Innovation blades look really interesting. Never heard of them before.

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