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just picked up a brand new one 306cc.. got the heated grips installed....nice machine..price was good too...1199$. not bad considering i sold my old st1028 for 700$, so it didnt cost me too much.,..surprised ariens doesnt use the briggs anymore...looks and feels like a rugged machine..i was gonna go crazy and buy a monster, but i honestly didnt need to spend 2500+ for what i need it for...im sure it'll perform more than enough
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This thing is a monster!

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Don't the SHO models have standard heated grips??
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Don't the SHO models have standard heated grips??
The platinum models have standard hand warmers but only the Delux 30 has them. Optional on the other Delux models.

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Is the 28" Deluxe SHO new within the Ariens line-up? Can't say I've noticed it previously. MSRP?

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Is the 28" Deluxe SHO new within the Ariens line-up? Can't say I've noticed it previously. MSRP?

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Yes it is new for 2016. Here is the list of new models posted earlier by Mary Lyn of the Ariens Company: https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...ns-models.html

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Interesting. Thanks, Town!
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i paid 1299$ with hand warmers installed...i just didnt wanna do it myself...its heavier than i expected.....it almost looks as if the newer models arent as heavy, but this has got some nice weight to it
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Good luck with it, SnowJob!

The SHO machines seem heftier. My 24" SHO weighs about 15 lbs more than the 28" Deluxe. I can feel it when I move them around.

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thank u...like i said im sure itll be more than enough power for me....im in the northeast so snow comes heavy @ times..id rather have more than less...although with the winter we're having i may not get to use it at all...eh, could have worse issues i guess lol...
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