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post #1 of 6 Old 10-12-2010, 04:54 PM Thread Starter
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Ariens snowblower vs competition comparison vid

Some guy uploaded a video of an Ariens snowbower vs two other brands. The difference in the distance they throw the snow is very very noticeable.



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Any idea what the other two brands are? I'm definitely going to look into a few of Ariens models for when I pick up a new snowblower.
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I don't at all question Ariens capabilities, but it kind of looks like the machine on the right is larger and probably has more engine.
Anyone agree?

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A lot of people questioned him about that on his Youtube page. Apparently the main difference between the the 3 models is the Ariens snowblower has a faster impeller speed and longer chute but all 3 have around the same power. I'm not an expert on this so I can't verify whether thats true or not.
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We will have to see how mine works when we get some snow. I just got it over the summer and have not used it yet. It has a 13 HP engine and sure moves a lot of air sitting there in the garage with the augers going.



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Wow, that's an awesome snowblower there! Be sure to let us know how it does in snow.

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