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Old 01-17-2016, 12:22 AM Thread Starter
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Age of this Ariens

Anyone know what year this blower is?

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Snowblowers in the shed. All made in the good ol USA.

Bobcat 28" 2 stage 8hp Briggs
Bobcat 24" 2 stage 7hp Briggs
Bobcat 20" 2 stage repowered with Tecumseh OHH50
Lawnboy Snowboy
Lawnboy Snowboy self propelled
Toro 6000 Rtek Powered
Toro CCR2000 Suzuki Powered
Toro CCR2500 Tecumseh Powered
Toro CCR3650 boxy one, Rtek Powered

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Old 01-17-2016, 12:41 AM
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I'm guessing 10000 series, early 1960's. Based on this link: The Ariens 1960's and 1970's Sno-Thro info site.

1971 Ariens 922002 (sold)
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Old as dirt?
Cable WI, I got family in that area.
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Model Number and serial number always helps. !

Ariens Deluxe28+ AX414cc
Ariens ST824
Ariens 1970
Toro 724
Honda HS521
Cub cadet SS
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Model Number and serial number always helps. !

Without those early '60s is about the best anyone will be able to do.

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It'd have to be 1960-1962 vintage due to the round bucket. They switched to the half- teardrop shape for 1963-1964.


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It's a 1961 or 1962 model 10M-L55.
an Ariens "first series" model:

http://gold.mylargescale.com/scottyc...ens/Page4.html

The 10M-L55 was the only model with that large rectangular heater box:



Decals on the engine, and the engine serial number, can pinpoint which year, '61 or '62.

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Scot to the rescue!!

'77 Ariens 924032 "Brick House" Re-Powered with a TEC 10HP and oversize auger pulley
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Ya totally a first series, is that yours? That's good shape, I wish I could get my hand on that. They made those until 1963 or so

1968 6 Hp Ariens Sno-Thro
1873 8 Hp Ariens Sno-Thro
199x 8 Hp Ariens ST824
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