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Ariens 10,000 series 60's & 70's snowblower

Are these 10,000 series tractors and Sno-Thro's interchangeable?

I have a 1971 Ariens snowblower 910954 tractor with a 32' Sno Thro attachment 910955.

Can this Sno Thro attachment fit my 10,000 series 1967 snowblower 10M6D-ST624 currently has a 24' Snow Thro attached?

Any help would be appreciated.

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The chute controls are also different between the '67 and the '71.

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Thanks, I didn't think of the shoot controls. Next thing are the motors interchangeable?
The 1971 has a blown motor, the 67 has a newer 1999 motor?

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By the way both snowblowers have a 7 HP on them, but originally both had 6 Hp motors.
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Just get yourself a 99 dollar HF Predator I have one on a 10M6 for years now and it works great.
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are the motors interchangeable? The 1971 has a blown motor, the 67 has a newer 1999 motor?
They will interchange but the some folks here feel that 7hp is not a good match for a 32" bucket.


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