Unknown One: So does the SB only work on fresh powder or can you still use it after thr
snow sitting there for awhile?
safarigoo: Be fun as hell snowblowing a small paved driveway like that
METALfanUSMC: Give it back to the clouds!
doublej118jc: Light, dry snow, I'm not impressed. Lets see how it does here in the east
with 24" of heavy wet snow and with the 5' pile the plow leaves at the end
of my driveway.
Rattler068: Have a Deluxe 28+ 921934 with 305cc B&S engine,love it.
Rotax4life: Busted out my ariens today, 1332le model, We only got a few inches of heavy
snow overnight but it was still throwing it about 30-40ft away. Very nice
Michael Dodd: Is that good? Honey let me go inside this is silly
Dale Pearcey: I just bought the deluxe 30 with the 342cc engine and the first snowfall we
had was very heavy wet snow. I could not believe how well this machine blew
the snow. I also have an 8hp Toro that also works extremely well. I would
recommend both of these machines.
doublewide6: I don't know the CC's, older snowblowers were rated by HP this one is
11.5HP. It does well with wet snow it does not clog. If it gets really wet
the friction disk belt will slip and the drive wheels will not turn.
Agus Siregar: peoples love this product and give positif reviews, check here
goo.gl\M7fVkN ......I bought this blower just in time for the Chicago
blizzard. We're both amazed at how it handled the high snow with out any
problem. I love it! I am very short and petite and I am so happy that I
could even handle this beast with ease. Glad i bought this it really is a
great product :)......
cengeb: Does it have Bluetooth?
doublewide6: @greatmowers The video is new I just made it yesterday. I am located in
Fogelsville, PA which is an hour north of Philadelphia.
doublewide6: @greatmowers It probably is does throw more than 35' but I know that is
what it is rated for. Between my 2 garages I'm boxed in, so I have to throw
across the entire width. It does a good job moving the snow for me. Thanks
for your post.
Paul Jiapizian: Double, I inherited an Ariens snow blower. Apparently, it was sitting idle
for a couple of years and now the I am having a hard time pulling the start
cord. it won't start at all. the other weird thing is the model number on
the blower is 924028 (serial 004677) whereas the model number on the motor
is 924026 (serial 003795). is that normal?
greatmowers: I noticed it cleans right down to the pavement...pretty cool! Where are you
located with all that snow? Is this a recent video?
C0Y0TE5: SIX inches of snow and the man needs a big macho machine to move it. This
is a perfect job for a single stage snow blower. If you live in an area
where the snowfalls normally 2"-8" then a single stage blower is your best
choice. Easy to handle, takes up less room in the garage and does not break
your wallet open. If you live where snowfalls are usually 10" or more then
a DUAL STAGE like this machine is recommended. BEWARE Ariens 20" 22" SINGLE
SPEED slow as heck toy blowers.
poisedonis: now that is a nice snow blower
goBUHuskies: About halfway through the video you pull up next to the garage and
something is flapping away in the wind from the end of the discharge chute
- what is that? Nice video though and good job. Ariens is a beast and an
excellent choice of machines. I am getting a 32PRO model as soon as they
become available in 2011.
doublewide6: I was at a conference and the presenter said due to noise and the push to
go green Ariens is developing machines the are battery powered. He also
said the the battery powered units are more popular in Europe. So, one
direction the Ariens company is looking in the future is towards battery
Paul Metcalf: Battery powered?! No Way, no one wants a weakling battery powered machine
any more then you'd want an electric car or chainsaw.
C0Y0TE5: no prob. C my video of single stage blowing circles around DUAL STAGE:
//youtube/2KNNQu-g2yo (3" snow) waiting for heavier snow to prove that even
with SIX INCHES, single stage is still more efficient.
Liscome: Yeah, just throw all your snow in your neighbors yard
ilikejor ed: i feel sorry for ur neighbers lmfao
doublewide6: @1strongeric probably about $650
851995STARGATE: After more research the AMP rider appears to have been discontinued. and
the three I mentioned turn out to be some of the last ones you can buy,
people were having complaints about the batteries dying quickly, however
the snow thrower still is in existence with great reviews as I asked at my
doublewide6: Happy I could help out in your decision making effort. I love mine!
hazzard1111111111111: I make these ariens snowblowers in brillion wi
Mrtopgamer11: @doublewide6 im in Reading pa not that much snow this year
2krisz: HAHAHAHA what the hell is that machine ???????
Me. Boombuyay: Great video, I wished that I would have watched your video before I
purchased my blower but next time around it will definitely be a ariens!!!!!
deziking: Damn I want one. How much did you pay for this? Looks easy and efficient.
Holsteri: sucks machine
Todd Copper: Sounds like you have one powerful machine, maybe a 340cc, I think this is
what I'm looking for or maybe even the 420cc. No replacement for
displacement ! These are estimates for cc to hp conversion, obviously there
are varying factors involved. 179 cc = 5 hp 205 cc = 8 to 9 Gross Torque =
5.5 to 6.5 hp 250 cc = 11 to 11.5 Gross Torque = 7 to 8 hp 305 cc = 13.5 to
14.5 Gross Torque = 9 to 10 hp 342 cc = 15.5 to 16.5 Gross Torque = 11 to
12 hp 389 to 420cc = 18 ft lbs = 13 to 15 hp
stuart christy: I bought a Arien Platum 30 three years ago and love it. It replaced a
Troybilt 1030 made by MTD I had nothing but trouble with.This machine in
the vidioe is vary similer to my Ariens I have now ,I also outfitted it
with a premume snow cab,
tgilldesign: Nice job with the video review. I have been researching snowblowers with my
online subscription to Consumer's Reports... and have found the Ariens
brand to be on the top for recommendations. They actually tie a particular
model of Troy Built and a few others, but those are made by MTD... and
actual user reviews don't come close to matching that of user experiences
with the Ariens brand. I'm going to buy the 2011 Ariens 921022... it's a 28
TheMrpanda54: Nice features but for 2 grand, yeah, ok....
greatmowers: looks more like a 50' throwing distance to me!
Eric Harris: Personally Im glad that you think that ariens is the best snowblower
company but Im going to have to disagree Toro is the best snowblower
company thats my opinion.
goBUHuskies: Are you sure this is an 11HP motor? They don't give HP ratings like they
used to but give "torque" ratings instead. I think this may be an 11.5 foot
pounds of torque which is probably around 250cc in size or about 8 HP or
so. All the engines today show torque rating, not HP. Torque is what counts
anyway - the more the better.
851995STARGATE: Very correct, almost a year after what you've said and Ariens is selling
the electric AMP 24 and they also sold the AMP rider lawn mower, and they
have been pretty succesful
cengeb: Does it have Blutooth?
kctyphoon: Reasons i say that - it cost me $800 to buy a 20 year old yamaha thrower,
and both honda's and yamaha's 6 hp models, match or exceed almost every
other 10 -12 hp throwers. Not saying yours isn't nice, but there is a
reason some makes/models cost a few grand.
9SecondStreetMustang: @goBUHuskies What you are seeing flapping is something that is on his
house, like a towel or something, it is not attached or coming out of the
chute on the snowblower. Watch it carefully, and pause it if you need to.
stfuyufamf: Wow that baby works great.I think i am going ariens for my next blower but
Billy Toilembocker: Da freak outta here! I'd rather use a plow shovel than a single stage.
Useless garbage, would never be able to handle the wet compacted heavy snow
I am accustomed to. Doesn't matter if is is 2" high, the single stage is
worthless with heavy snow.
doublewide6: Thanks for your comment. Where are you located that you are seeing this
mahmahmonkey: Thanks for that U.S.A. mention at the end. Not enought folks care about
851995STARGATE: @doublewide6 i live near philly too but when was this we had so much snow
last year i forgot...