I know that Ariens made snowthrows for JD back in the 70s, the model before this one that you have posted here. But I'm not sure how long they produced for JD or for what other models.
I'm inclined to say that this one is an Ariens with a new coat of paint
Its 100% Ariens, it was originally orange, someone took green spray paint to it for some unknown reason..It isnt one of the ones that Ariens made for John Deere..its just spray-painted green! people are strange..
another dead giveaway it was spray painted green.. The black Ariens handles don't stay black all the way to their end down on the mounting area on tractor.. they turn green just below the big panel. even looks like a little green overspray on the panel maybe where handles turn green (hard to tell on overspray). It's a given that it was re-painted by previous post by Scot- this is just another way to tell. personally- I'd steer clear as got to much not right and under-powered for that machine now. 5 is ok on 1-stage but in my opinion not for that.. especially if you get the NY snow (why you hate the Packers!.. now my feelings hurt)
i went to the dealer this morning to pick up an original toro key and a knob for the handle for the ccr3650r i just got. from there i went and got a hair cut, haveing the allergic reaction to onions just before christmas ment i couldn't get a hair cut either. once back home i made some lunch...
Greetings from St. John's NL all,
After what was last winter an absolute unusually brutal winter here ( https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/pov-paris-marx-snowstorm-1.5439420) , I swore it was to be my last winter without a snowblower.
Looking for help on how old my HS928 is. # on rear axle is SZAS-1116907. I'm located in Canada and Honda customer service cannot find any info on this model. Advised it was a US model. Unable to reach anyone at the phone # provided. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hello. I saw this today
This is sad but I can't forget that this company sold trash motors with plastic lobe cams with plastic gears they have to...