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post #1 of 16 Old 01-02-2018, 01:11 PM Thread Starter
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Just picked up a #10995,with a 5 hp.

I thought it was a 7hp when I bought it
Anyway,runs like a dream,safety features were definitely at minimum in 1969 or so.
Love the electric start plug in by the carb.
The chute works perfect.
Anyway,thought I’d share as I don’t find many of these old units here in Ontario,Canada.
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Ariens 924334 11 hp 28”
Ariens 924024 8 hp 32” now a 10 hp
Ariens 910008 7 hp 24”
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Yes its an oldie. Looks solid. Im curious thou, What are the handles for down by the impeller housing. Havent seen one like this before. Good luck with it. They dont build em like they used to!!
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Yes its an oldie. Looks solid. Im curious thou, What are the handles for down by the impeller housing. Havent seen one like this before. Good luck with it. They dont build em like they used to!!
The handle by the impeller housing is to engage and disengage the auger. Little slower and dangerous, isn't it!

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hope u didnt pay close to what this guy is asking for his old ariens from brampton ontario, looks to be same vintage, or am i missing something here


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hope u didnt pay close to what this guy is asking for his old ariens from brampton ontario, looks to be same vintage, or am i missing something here
I have THREE runners just like that I'd sell for the same price. Wonder how hard it would be to get them across the border? If they are worth $600 each in the Great White North, I'd consider a trip.

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I have THREE runners just like that I'd sell for the same price. Wonder how hard it would be to get them across the border? If they are worth $600 each in the Great White North, I'd consider a trip.
posted over a month ago, 78 visits, its not going anywhere fast, maybe ~$300can which is about $200us, assuming it doesnt need parts and u have chains already

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I sell 7 or 8 hp 924 series 24 “ with electric starters for $399 ,for the #10995 I’m asking $300 canadian.
Nice paint 924 series with differentials and electric start bring more $
I sell 2 dozen units a winter
The $600 unit on kijjij must be special LOL

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Ariens 924024 8 hp 32” now a 10 hp
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The handle by the impeller housing is to engage and disengage the auger. Little slower and dangerous, isn't it!
Yes very dangerous. I can imagine all kinds of evil things happening....
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I sell 7 or 8 hp 924 series 24 “ with electric starters for $399 ,for the #10995 I’m asking $300 canadian.
Nice paint 924 series with differentials and electric start bring more $
I sell 2 dozen units a winter
The $600 unit on kijjij must be special LOL

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where in ontario, im assuming not in gta

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