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post #1 of 7 Old 09-12-2016, 12:48 PM Thread Starter
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New 921045 On the Way

A new Ariens 921045 (Deluxe ST24LE) is on the way to my house.

I'll be doing the out of the box assembly and setup myself. I've reviewed the videos of other Ariens Deluxe model setups and have read as much as I can find on-line. So I feel pretty comfortable that I'm ready to go, but...I'm wondering if there are any "gotchas" that I should watch for during the assembly and setup that you experienced Ariens experts could let me know about.

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Assembly is pretty straight forward and shouldn't take much more than an hour. Most of that time will be unboxing it!

I would suggest going on line and reading through the instruction/assembly procedure before it gets there. This way you will already be familiar with it.

It's an awesome machine and just perfect for a moderate sized driveway.
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Who orders snow blowers when it's 90 degrees out ?

I ordered a Pro 28 yesterday ... Seems like people are getting prepared.
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They are talking a bad winter (almost like every other winter they say this) but with how hot it was up here in the NE im expecting a ton of lake effect. If it lands correctly, lots of snow removal will be indeed be needed and the on the side of the road MTD my father in law got together for me last year... it wont cut the mustard.
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Who orders snow blowers when it's 90 degrees out ?

I ordered a Pro 28 yesterday ... Seems like people are getting prepared.
I held off on ordering a snow blower last year and by the time I decided I needed one, the ones I was interested in were all sold out. Decided not to take that chance again this year.

Supposed to be in the 90s tomorrow when it's supposed to arrive. Might be a bit warm in the garage while I'm working on it.
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The off season is always the best time to buy. You aren't going to get the deal you would buying a convertible in the winter. However you will usually get some type of promo whether it be some kind of freebie or a financing promo (sometimes both) along with the pick of the litter in terms of model availability. Good luck with your new machines!

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Never to early to order. I ordered my Snapper 20 years ago at the end of September. That way my dealer reserved one and I did not worry about getting the model I wanted. It was delivered before the first storm of the season.
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