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St824 924082

Yay or Nay for $200 coming out of a Toro 824 powershift with a bad HM80 motor
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post #2 of 12 Old 02-10-2018, 10:56 PM
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Yay, if it runs and blows snow.

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Seems like a good deal to me. From a parts diagram, the 924082 has the differential, which is a nice feature. There would be a knob on the left wheel, to control the differential.

I think it's the newer style of ST824, with the higher-positioned control panel, and 6 speeds forward, vs the older lower control panel, and 5 speeds forward.

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I looked at the serial number and model number. It should be a 93/94. Used once by an older couple who just wants to get rid of it.
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That's the last st824 before they went to the blue dashboard and started cheapening the internals. 200 is a steal if it runs and works looks super clean. If they just want to get rid of it see if they'll take 150
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Yay or Nay for $200 coming out of a Toro 824 powershift with a bad HM80 motor
When you say it's got a bad motor - broken or not running right? If the motor is no good, I'd think around $100 as you're likely to spend another $100-$200 minimum to re-engine it. If the motor runs, just not right then it might be worth it as long as it's nothing major.

It's a crap shoot IMO, look it over and either spend your $$ or not. After all it's your $$ so you're the one that has to live with whatever you decide.

Good luck and hope it works out.
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Maybe I misinterpreted, but I thought he meant his PowerShift had a bad engine, and he was looking at buying the Ariens as a replacement machine.

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A steal....grab it.....my favorite Ariens and it looks mint!....Even the muffler is new!
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Bought it. Never used, older couple bought it but hired a service. Owner had it serviced every year no matter what. Total garage queen
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Bought it. Never used, older couple bought it but hired a service. Owner had it serviced every year no matter what. Total garage queen
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