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Compact 24-In. 2-Stage Snow Thrower, 223cc AX Engine, Electric Start

Compact Sno-Thro 2-Stage Snow Blower, Self-Propelled, 223cc Engine, 24-In. is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
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$1,009.00
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Model #
920027
Item #
225621

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Description
Ariens Compact 24 is an all steel 2-stage gas snowblower with a 223cc electric start engine, 24 inch clearing width and in-dash headlight. Throw snow up to 40 feet
  • Ariens 2-Stage AX 223cc Engine
  • Self-Propelled with 6 Forward/2 Reverse Speeds
  • 120V Electric Start
  • Throwing Distance 3' to 40'
  • Cast Iron Gear Case
  • Remote Chute Rotation and Deflection
  • Headlight in Dash
  • 3 Year Product and 5 Year Gear Case Limited Warranty
Specifications
Specifications
SKU 225621
Clearing Width (in.) 20 - 24
Weight 212.0000
UPC 00751058043180
Country of Origin US
Package Width 29.0
Package Length 34.0
Package Height 34.5
Model Number 920027
Brand Ariens
Assembled Width 26.4
Assembled Length 50.8
Assembled Height 45.4
Manufacturer Name ARIENS COMPANY
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Make the neighbors jealous! Overall, a very well-built, stout machine. I’m a Toro fan, but compared side-by-side, this appeared much more robust. I’m very impressed with the LCT (Liquid Combustion Technology) 223cc AX engine; the compression release makes manual starting easy, it starts and runs flawlessly, and most surprising, I drained the oil after the first ½ hour and it was virtually uncontaminated. Chinesium engines typically shed significant metal debris during initial break-in, so LCT must have very high QC. Three very minor complains involving the lamp. First, it shines in your face. Masking off the top inch or so of the lens remedies this, but I can’t believe Ariens let this obvious flaw into production. Two, there’s no on/off switch. Why burn up the halogen bulb during daytime use? (And yes, it should be halogen – LED’s aren’t hot enough to melt snow/ice off the lens). Third, the wiring harness inline connector in front of the engine is unsealed and exposed to the elements, and I suspect the terminals will corrode over time. This is not the application/location for a cheap, unsealed connector. Other than that, I expect this machine to perform exceptionally for decades with proper care. One last thing - DO NOT, and I repeat, DO NOT use E10 fuel in carbureted power equipment, use only pure gasoline. Regardless of what Ariens/LCT says, see the “Project Farm” YouTube video on how destructive E10 is to small engines. Oh, and don’t be fooled by the carton size and the name “Compact.” It is ginormous when assembled and takes up a ton of real estate in the garage! That is all. Carry on!
Date published: 2020-03-03
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