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Bookend 32s. 70's 924s.

Picked these up at the end of last winter. Left one is a 1974 model, right is a 1979. I got the 74 first and then a couple of weeks later the 79. I rebuilt the front end of the 79 over the summer and have been using it all winter. The 74 just got a donor gas tank and got to see some snow today...
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That is one of my favorite model Ariens. I've got a 78 twin stick that I put a late model 10 hp Tech on ,light, impeller kit, and will put the real tall chute on for next winter. It has chains on turf tires, but I'll probable swap them for X-tracs when I come across some.
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That's like the SI swimsuit edition for snowblower lovers
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Impressive pair there. Looks like you're set for almost anything that might come your way

Now find an illegally parked Kia or Honda and give it a thrashing.
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