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CS 3310Chipper/Shredder

$799.00
CS 3310 is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 17.
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Overall Rating: 3.5

3.5

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  • 10:1 debris reduction ratio
  • 3" chipping capacity
  • 2-in-1 upright chipper shredder

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SPECIFICATIONS

Hopper

2-way feed, steel hopper/dedicated chute

Tow Bar

Standard

Reduction Ratio

10:1

Engine

250cc Briggs & Stratton®

Fuel Capacity

3 qt.

Chipper Blades

2 hardened-chromium steel blades

Approximate Weight

200 lbs.

Capabilities

2-in-1 steel upright chipper shredder

Shredder

12" hardened-steel shredding blade/12 cast-steel flails (4 sets)

Tires

10" x 4" fully pneumatic

Collection Bag

5-bushel capacity

Chipping Capacity

3" diameter

WARRANTY

Warranty

3-year limited residential

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great Bought this from the local independent Cub Cadet dealer. The dealer brought it to my house assembled, with oil in the engine, completely ready to run. The first time I used it the engine started right up. It was running before I even had the cord pulled all the way out. Very easy start. The unit restarts easy as well, you just do not have to use the coke, like any normal engine. As far as chopping goes, it worked great. In no time it turn my pile of sticks into mulch. For th most part the unit pulls all the sticks into the chopper with ease. The only issue you have is small branch sticks, the sometimes get caught in the shoot. Just push them down, and good to go.
Date published: 2018-10-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 3 inch chipper I bought this several weeks ago and it functions okay, as far a 3 inch chipping.. not so much! It struggles with green 2 inch and smaller green branches, the bark gets stuck around the drive shaft for the blades ,, now your going to spend a hour taking the shoot off and trying to dig stringy Burke from around the shaft. It’s fine with dead wood
Date published: 2018-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Five thumbs up Works great! Perfectly happy so far. Makes great mulch
Date published: 2018-08-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Chips well but no tow bar! I just bought this last weekend at my local Tractor Sipply Store and it’s works great and chips everything we need. The only problem is that it didn’t come with a tow bar like the photos show, not having the bar makes it difficult to move around our 1.5 acres property. I tried to get a tow bar separately but have been unable to locate one online. Is it supposed to have the tow bar included? How do we get the tow bar for this piece of equipment?
Date published: 2018-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well made chipper shredder and EASY TO START Many bad reviews say this is hard or impossible to start when warm. It has a manual choke. If you understand how to use the choke it starts every time, usually on the first pull. For a cold start set the choke all the way on. As soon as it starts immediately move the choke at least part way off, if the weather is cold, and all the way off if the weather is warm. If it is cold out you may need to keep the choke part way on for a few seconds to keep the motor running until it warms up but don't start using it until the choke is all the way off or it will not reach full power. If it fires once but doesn't start on the first pull move the choke part way off and pull again. It should start. If you have been using the chipper and turn it off to empty the bag it will be a warm start. Leave the choke all the way off unless it took you a really long time and the motor has cooled quite a bit. Then you may need to set the choke part way on. This will depend on how much the motor has cooled and also the ambient temperature. If the chipper ran out of gas, after refilling, you will need to set the choke all the way on and pull a few times to get the gas flowing. As soon as it fires once(or starts) turn the choke off if the motor is still warm and it should start on the next pull. If you just refueled a cold motor that had run out of gas you may need to leave the choke part way on even after it fires once (or starts) but only for a few seconds. In any case if you leave the choke on after it fires at least once and pull a few more times you can flood the motor. To clear a flooded motor turn the choke off and pull a few times to clear the excess fuel. With practice, and understanding how the choke, engine temperature, and ambient temperature affect starting, you can usually start it with the first pull.
Date published: 2017-10-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This machine is very very very hard to restart after it is running. Even if it was only running for a short time. You have wait for the engine to cool down before it will restart what a waste off time. I have only used it twice and I HATE it. I'm 65 years of age and it is hard to keeping pulling on the rope over and over to get this working. I'm looking for an other brand to replace this unit.
Date published: 2017-08-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Frustrated I bought this shredder two years ago. Since then I have produced probably only 5 full bags of mulch. To start this machine you will have to say several time "please", but will never be sure it will help. It can not be restarted after 30 min of work. If you want to empty the bag and continue you will have to wait at least one hour, it is probably getting overheated. Sometimes it fails to start because a small piece is left inside the machine. You will have to open and clean it, but is not user (women) friendly, you need a manpower to do so. This product definitely not worth the money. It did not save me any, I am still buying mulch.
Date published: 2017-06-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Chipper is fine - engine is TERRIBLE I bought this unit from Tractor Supply on 6/7/2015 to chip and shred a honeysuckle "forest" I'm battling in my yard. As a few others have stated, it is very difficult to start. My wife would never be able to start it so the first line of business should be to add an electric start. Don't even think about turning it off and restarting it unless it sits for at least an hour. It just won't. I have used it only sparingly since I bought it, a total of ten hours or less. This past weekend I changed the oil in preparation of chipping multiple piles of honeysuckle I've cut down the last couple weeks. Using fresh, name brand gas, I cannot get this thing to start to save my life. I jumped online and have read many similar horror stories regarding the Briggs & Stratton 1150 engine that is on this unit. I now need to track down my receipt since, luckily, I am still within the two year engine warranty window. I'm giving it a second star since the core unit is fine; It's the engine that's terrible. If they start producing it with a different engine then maybe I could recommend it.
Date published: 2017-05-04
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