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My New Ariens 22000

Here are some pics of my new Ariens; my first snow blower. I got it off Craigslist for $125 last night. Started on the first pull of course. The bucket has model number 922003 on it.

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Nice! looks to be in beautiful condition!


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Thanks, Scot. It is very clean considering it's about 5 years older than I am.

I was wondering if you could chime in on the model itself. The bucket has model 922003 and on your site it says it's a "20" Sno-Thro attachment". I haven't found any numbers on the tractor yet. How is that different from something like a model 922008 "Sno-Thro"?
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Nice Michael... I probably would have bought that too !
We might get some snow Fri/Sat, so let us know how it works for ya !
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Thanks, Scot. It is very clean considering it's about 5 years older than I am.

I was wondering if you could chime in on the model itself. The bucket has model 922003 and on your site it says it's a "20" Sno-Thro attachment". I haven't found any numbers on the tractor yet. How is that different from something like a model 922008 "Sno-Thro"?
Michael, Ariens snowblowers of that era had three sets of data tags:

1. The "attachment tag", showing the model and serial numbers of the scoop, in your case, thats the scoop model number 922003.

2. The "tractor tag" showing the model and serial numbers of the snowblower itself..this one should be at the rear of the machine:



3. And the Tecumseh engine tag, giving the model and serial numbers of the engine..

You need to find that "tractor tag" to get the model number of the snowblower itself..is there a tag at the rear of the machine?

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You need to find that "tractor tag" to get the model number of the snowblower itself..is there a tag at the rear of the machine?

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Hi Scot,

Thanks for the information. I was able to find the model number hiding under a healthy layer of grime. It's a 922008.

After reading your site I gave myself the impression that the Sno-Thro models weren't just a tractor and a Sno-Thro tool together.



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