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We have been watching all the snow falling in the Northeast Region and have seen a lot of great pictures and videos of your Ariens snow blower in action. If you have any pictures and/or videos we can share, please post them below.

I also would like to include a link to our Customer Service area in case you have any questions about your unit. There are some helpful tips provided in this link that are good to be aware of as you prepare your snow blower.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Mary Lyn
 

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Hi Mary Lyn! I just posted to Ariens facebook page, a thread with videos from the Blizzard. Love my Ariens fleet! Oh and I'd also love an Ariens beanie! :)
 

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I'm feeling a great sense of accomplishment as daylight fades

My dynamic duo:



Almost down to bare pavement:



It's been a GREAT day. And the machines didn't miss a beat. The Path Pro continues to impress - - can't wait for the next storm :D
 

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Here's a video of my ariens digging through some pretty deep snow!
http://youtu.be/VMYru7Vl_Ks
Man that thing sure moves the snow! Don't be trying that with a Honda.....you'd still be out there blowin'!! :p You're blowing deeper snow at a faster pace than
one or
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Thanks so much for all the pictures and videos. You guys do some great work, and I have been enjoying all of your posts.

You all have such a wide range of units going back to 1962 - and some long driveways - Awesome!

I liked the above comment . . . "Can't wait for the next snow" . . . as that means more pictures and videos!!!

If you posted above and would like an Ariens beanie, please send me a private message with your contact information, so I can send you one :)

Thanks.

Mary Lyn
 

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Here's short video I took a couple years ago after a big storm. Machine is still going strong. I bought it new in 1978.
 

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as the sun sets on the 2014/2015 season...

I'm wondering what Mother Nature has planned for next winter. We'll probably end up with nothing :eek:

 

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1962 10m-l60

This is me cutting through a plow packed snow bank to make room for trash cans. It's a 1962 10M-L60 with no front guards. I prefer to run my early machines this way, they cut into snow banks a lot easier. No pesky safety guards to get into the way.

 

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