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Free Ariens Factory Service Manuals in PDF. They also sell paper copies.

I'm sure this is old news but I searched the forum and didn't see anything about it. Ariens offers the PDF version free at...

Ariens Order Owners Manuals

The paper version for my machine is only $20.

They also offer the parts catalog and owner's manual.

I don't know what's available for other models but if you like to do your own work it's worth checking out.
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Thanks Eric, I have the parts and owners manuals from that Ariens site. They didn't have the service manual in pdf or paper form for my machine when I bought it. I just checked and Ariens still do not have them for my machine.

So you are lucky to have the paper service manual at such a low price for your machine. Very helpful info.

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Thanks Eric, it has been talked about before, but it's always good to remind people that this's been on my Ariens page for a long time, page 3:

Handy tip: if you have a model number, but not a specific serial number, use 001000 as the serial number, works every time.

As far as I know, Ariens has free .pdf manuals for every model they have ever made! 99% anyway, Going back to the beginning of time..or at least 1964 or so!

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Thanks Eric ! This will be very usefull one day.
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