TB430 Gas Leaf Blower

25cc, 2-Cycle Gas Leaf Blower

Model No. 41AS99BS766

$99.99

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The Troy-Bilt TB430 Gas Leaf Blower offers the convenience and power you desire. The 25cc, 2-cycle gas engine is lightweight and powerful with air stream speeds up to 200 mph and clearing power of up to 430 cubic feet per minute (cfm). The TB430 comes with SpringAssist™ technology for faster pull starts as well as simple, reliable starting with Prime, Flip & Go™ starting system. User friendly features enhance the design of the Troy-Bilt blower, including extended tubes with built-in leaf scraper and variable throttle with cruise control to get through any size project with comfort. For comfortably blowing leaves and debris from yards and hard surfaces.

TB430 Gas Leaf Blower is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 89.
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FEATURES
  • Air speed up to 200 mph and air volume up to 430 cfm
  • Simple, reliable starting with Prime, Flip & Go™ starting system
  • Extended tubes with built-in leaf scraper
  • SpringAssist™ Technology for faster pull starts
  • Variable speed throttle with cruise control

*as rated by engine manufacturer

SPECIFICATIONS
  • 12.2 lbs.
  • 15.375" (L) x 10" (W) x 14" (H)
  • 25cc, 2-cycle
  • 200 mph
  • Up to 430 cfm
  • Variable speed throttle with cruise control
  • Prime Flip & Go™ with SpringAssist™ Technology
  • 3-step
  • N/A
  • Additional Concentrator Nozzle
  • 10 lbs
  • 2-year limited
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst purchase ever don't buy Used it once and will not start. Purchased 2016 product TB430 2cycle Blower bought the blower at Lowes. I'm ready to through in the trash.
Date published: 2016-07-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not a great product This blower was a disappointment (and an expensive one as well). After three months of use, it became difficult to start and would not stay running once started. Customer service was not helpful with their assistance. I would look at other brands.
Date published: 2017-07-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from will not run new from lowe's12-16-15,run 2 or 3 times,start chokeing down after a few min, will not start,no fire .thanks tommy goff 06-24-2016.
Date published: 2016-06-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bad Purchase I purchased the TB430 for my residence. After following the owners manual on start up it started with ease. Remember that was just out of the box and started well. A week later I pulled out the blower clean up the grass clippings. I primed 10x pulled several times after about 5 minutes it started. But in the middle of the job the blower just quit. So let it cool off and then tried to start it again. But no luck!!!! I tried 2 days later (10x prime and pull) still no luck. I would not recommend this product to anyone looking for a blower. I plan on returning the blower back to Lowes and get my money back. I would rather sweep then go and sweat trying the get this blower started. By the way all of my yard equipment is Troy Bilt. Not a problem. That is why I purchased this Troy-Bilt product. But this blower was a big disappointment to because it is Troy-Bilt.
Date published: 2015-09-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Troy-Bilt # TB430, 2-Cycle Gas Leaf Blower I, purchased this Troy-Bilt, # TB430, 2-Cycle Gas Leaf Blower - because of the Quality Brand Name it carries. -=- * This is Not My First Gas Leaf Blower that I've Owned !! -=- * This Leaf Blower is Hard to Start and Hard to Keep Running - When First Started Cold (It Keeps Dying) !! and Yes - I, Use Fresh Gasoline, with the Correct Oil Mixture !! and I, Have Followed All of the Instructions on How to Start this unit !! * It Takes A Long Time To Warm Up - So It Will Stay Running !! * Worst of All - That It Does Not Have the Power -/- Air Flow Volume it Should with the Ratings It Has !! * It Shows to have the Same Motor CC's and Air Flow Mass - of the Old Gas Blowers that I own !! * The Quality of This Gas Leaf Blower - Is Very Poor !!
Date published: 2015-09-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Won't Start Got the TB430 from my brother-in-law. Saw him use it to blow leaves. Started okay and blew a bunch of leaves for about 30 minutes. Took a 30 minute break and then tried to start it. Wouldn't catch. Brought it home and started it. Ran rough and didn't respond to the throttle. Removed the carb and disassembled. Sprayed with carb cleaner and blew out the jets with compressed air. Almost started a few times but just wouldn't catch. Spark appears to be fine and gas is getting into the carb. Will try one more time. Hope it runs. If not, battery/electric is the way to go.
Date published: 2018-11-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Mixed bag but a Good Blower overall. "I have reviewed this product as part of Troy-Bilt's Beta Team Program. I received this Troy-Bilt product free of charge in exchange for my unbiased opinion. I am not an employee of Troy-Bilt, its parent company, affiliates or subsidiaries." Now with that said, let's get into this machine. First of all, THANK YOU to the Trot-Bilt designers who finally put the METAL base under the engine and gas tank for the unit to rest on while you are starting it, resting it, or just storing it. As simple an idea as this is, this will extend the life of the blower and its' components. Out of the box, it is easy to put together and the instructions are simple enough for 10 year old to follow. I do recommend you use the premixed fuel. I know it is salty, but in terms ease of use (no mixing fuel and oil and no separate cans), I have found that 2 cycles run cleaner and cooler with the premixed fuel. I have used the TB430 for all kinds blower jobs: leaves, stones, dirt, trash and snow. The long nozzle is a big plus for people like me who have back problems and have a hard time bending for any length off time. The machine is very well balanced considering the metal rest that I previously mentioned. It is light weight and easy to maneuver. And after SEVERAL uses, it is fairly easy to start. So let's touch on that subject. Out of the box, if you follow the instructions, be prepared to get a sore arm. Mine was just stubborn and did not want to start. I have owned numerous 2 and 4 cycle tools and this by far was the hardest I had to start. And it took several minutes for the engine to reach operating rpms. I was definitely not use to waiting for the warm up. But I have learned that during this warm up, if you have an area that needs "blown", but delicately, this is the time to use it. I am guessing that I have used this unit for probably 30 different jobs since I got it in late November 2015. The starts have gotten much better, but it still has its warm up period. Restarting it is easy; one or two pulls is all it takes. Another negative is the position of the air intake. If you are right handed, like I am, the air intake is right next to your right leg and is so strong that if you have a loose jacket or baggy pants on, they will get sucked into the intake guard. You'll hear the engine rev up and you'll feel the tug on your clothes. The first time it happens, it will take you by surprise. later on, it just becomes an inconvenience until you decide to change clothes. I can't recommend where they could have moved it, but I think they could have atleast put a shroud on it to draw air from the bottom. Overall, I do like this blower. It handles all tasks that I have used it for. Leaves, dry dirt and stones are blown away with no issues. Dry snow is also easily moved and it even moved slightly wet snow. So it does to a good job. The negative sides of the starting process and the air intake pretty much balance everything out. That is why I call it a GOOD blower and not a GREAT one. It is a good value and it should last a long time. There is no skimp on quality on the parts that Troy-Bilt put into the TB430.
Date published: 2016-03-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from reliable and efficient I purchased this leaf blower about 5 or 6 years ago and it is still running good. It has a commercial grade engine. I have never had any problems starting it if you follow the directions. Over time, the carburetor screws to control rich & lean gas mixture may need adjustment, but this is something the customer can do. I have found it to be a reliable and easy to use hand-held leaf blower for small to medium jobs and I would recommend it to anyone.
Date published: 2015-10-17
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