Troy-Bilt Squall 2100
- Type: Single-Stage
- Engine: 208cc OH V 4-cycle
- Clearing Width: 21" (53.3 cm)″
- Starter: Electric / Recoil
Brand Troy-Bilt® Type Single stage Horsepower 208cc OH V 4-cycle Starting System Electric / Recoil Fuel Tank 2 qt
In-Dash_Headlights N/A Heated_Handles N/A Consumer_Warranty 2-Yr Limited Commercial_Warranty N/A
Drive Auger Propelled Forward_Speeds 1 forward Reverse_Speeds N/A Tire_Size 8" x 2" Skid_Shoes Scraper / Reversible
Diameter 9” auger Profile N/A
Clearing Width 21" (53.3 cm) Clearing Height 10”
Material Polymer Chute_Rotation EZ Chute manual Turning_Radius 180° Max_Throwing_Distance Up to 35 feet (10.67 m)
Troy Bilt Snow BlowerBy Jimmy Szakel(Owner), Oct. 22, 2011I got this from a friend. I have got a toro / and it isa gas and oil mix and i do not like it.
Troy bilt 23100By Younche(Owner), Oct. 28, 2012Bought new last Spring. I checked it this October to make sure all is ready for our Michigan Winter. I started it up and it vibrated excessively and a screw with some plastic on it fell to the floor. I shut it off and found it was the screw that holds the gas tank clamp to the hood. Very cheap way to hold the gas tank. To repair, it will need a whole new cover. Machine seems to vibrate a lot and the engine does not run smooth even after it is warmed up. Haven't used it in the snow yet.
Thank you ToryBy C. Cederlind(Owner), Feb. 21, 2013Had a Tory 2450 for 5 years. The electric start was gone in one year and it never started when I needed it for the next 4 years. Had it serviced each fall in Oct., but by Jan snow, no go. Now, haven't needed it the last two winters in Kansas City.. until today. And ,of course, no start. Off to Lowes in my tank(car) , 12 inches of snow.. got the last 2100 on the floor.. fully assembled.
Got home, oil, gas, electric start, 1 hour later , monster driveway clear of all 12 inches. Marvelous machine. No oil/gas=smoke junk. Works so much better than my old one! Best $500 bucks I have spent in many a year. 5 stars. Now, we shall see if it starts next year?
Excellent machine. Kudos to Troy.