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Ariens ... I'm thinking parts machine $75 MN

"Used, runs great." 6hp 24"

Really . . . "Used", with the augers folded over like that you think it "runs great".

This makes some of those Honda machines with the ground down auger housings look pretty good.

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call me crazy but its worth 50 if the gearbox is good and the engine actually runs well since it is an extended cam engine
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Runs great,,, blows snow not so great.

How did anyone wreck the augers that bad?
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It's not even a 24" model. That's a 922 series 20"
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Arriens ... I'm thinking parts machine $75 MN
never heard of them who makes arriens snowblowers, I couldn't find it on scotts website either

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Some of the 922 series were actually 24". I have one sitting in the shed at my mothers house that is. It was a 6HP engine too, so could be the 6HP ones had the wider augers.

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LOL - I guess it's up for interpretation on what's "good" about it. If you need a parts machine it might be good..... or if you have one that can be a donor for it I guess. You could part it out for more than he's asking if nothing else



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"Used, runs great." 6hp 24"

Really . . . "Used", with the augers folded over like that you think it "runs great".

This makes some of those Honda machines with the ground down auger housings look pretty good.

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those bent auger are easy to straight with 2 pair of big vicegrips
grab the bent tine in 2 places, with a vice grip in each hand, bend it straight
you'd be surprised how easy most of them straighten out
or worst case, BMFH it straight...




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Arriens ... I'm thinking parts machine $75 MN
never heard of them who makes arriens snowblowers, I couldn't find it on scotts website either

They were "twice" as good as the regular Ariens machines but very limited porduction.

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