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post #1 of 11 Old 11-21-2015, 04:33 PM Thread Starter
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Ccr 2000

I recently bought a CCR 2000. It is not new, and has issues (like some rust, and needs new scraper and paddles), but I have to say I am impressed by this machine.
Last night and today we got about a foot and a half of heavy wet snow, and this little machine cleared it all. I even did it quicker than my neighbor with a struggling 2-stage.
It starts on the first pull (if I remember to not hold the lever down...lol) and runs strong. I think I am gonna keep this for a while.

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Nice ludespeedny, I'm happy that your CCR 2000 is performing so nicely, and I agree it's a "keeper". I just checked with my Ariens is sitting in the garage, and he's jealous!
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nice !! i do a have question about your paddles......are they worn down to the " time to replace" holes ? i bought a used ccr 6053 this summer, and the paddles are wore to the holes, just dont want to spend the $100 on new paddles this season if the existing set will kinda do the job.

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Honestly, not sure. I know it doesn't throw very far, and haven't measured. The guy I got it from never replaced them, and I don't think these had holes, and didn't see any holes.
Here is a vid if you want to see how far it throws: https://goo.gl/photos/yYDhrQeAxvDaU4cR6
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the vid doesnt seem to work on my end, but from the pics, it does look like your machine is doing ok moving that wet heavy stuff !! cant wait to try my ss as ive never used one.

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looks like you were blowing some wet heavy snow, the heavier the snow the less distance your machine will throw it

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Yeah, was a very wet/heavy snow.
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Yeah, was a very wet/heavy snow.
my 2450, 3000, and 3650 perform the same as your 2000 in wet heavy snow. genuine toro paddles have a small hole in them as a wear indicator, lets you know when they need replacing. look at the tip of the paddle and go up from there. some replacement paddles don't have the wear indicator

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Ok, I'll check it out and see what I can find.
Out of all your, what is your favorite model? I was originally looking for the 2000 and 3000, but didn't think I would find one in my price range till this popped up.
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