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Compact 24 in. 2-Stage Electric Start Gas Snow Blower

$899.00 /each
  • 208cc Engine
  • Extreme Duty with up to 16 inch clearing depth
  • Up to 40 feet throwing distance

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Ariens Compact Two-Stage gas snow blower with a powerful 208cc engine and 24 in. clearing path. Great features like electric start, self-propelled drive, in-dash headlight and remote chute control with up to 40 ft. throwing distance. Cast iron gear case with a 5-year warranty and a 3-year warranty on the machine.

  • Powerful Ariens AX 208cc snow engine
  • 24 in. clearing path with 20 in. intake height
  • Self propelled with 6 forward and 2 reverse speeds
  • 120-Volt electric starting system
  • 205° quick-turn chute with remote deflector throws snow up to 40 ft. away
  • In most shipping areas, Ariens offers white glove delivery service, sno-thro will be shipped to your local Ariens authorized servicing dealer who will complete 100% assembly of unit and perform multi-point inspection prior to home delivery, includes operators manual confirmation, set tire pressure, check fluid levels and file warranty registration information
  • Disclaimer: if an Ariens authorized dealer is not in your shipping area, the sno-thro will ship mostly assembled directly to you via regular truck delivery, simple set-up instructions will be included with unit, to confirm white glove delivery availability in your area, call 888-927-4367 option 2
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Will this break down to fit in a compact car with a seat that folds down (Subaru Forester)?

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Will this break down to fit in a compact car with a seat that folds down (Subaru Forester)?
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January 3, 2016
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We have a 2015 Toyota RAV4 .-using two 2x8x8 planks to roll it up into the hatch area I had to remove the Shute crank Rod by pulling the the clip located at the Shute gear plate in order to lower the handlebar/ dash control shifter board down after it was rolled up into the SUV -in order to close the hatch. The height of the Shute dictates your height clearance, measure that from the ground up before you Read More
We have a 2015 Toyota RAV4 .-using two 2x8x8 planks to roll it up into the hatch area I had to remove the Shute crank Rod by pulling the the clip located at the Shute gear plate in order to lower the handlebar/ dash control shifter board down after it was rolled up into the SUV -in order to close the hatch. The height of the Shute dictates your height clearance, measure that from the ground up before you attempt putting it into your vehicle. If you have to remove the Shute you might get it into a lower clearance vehicle like a Subaru forester,- but at that point your disassembling too much of the snow blower. The RAV4 designed SUV vehicles are better equipped with proper room for minimal disassembly, and easier transport of the machine. Read Less
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December 16, 2015
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Yes, but only if you remove the box from the attached pallet or take it out of the box altogether. The opening of the hatch on the Forester is 32" high by 42" wide. I just purchased this snowblower and brought it home in a Forester.
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Colville, WA
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November 30, 2015
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I have a 2000 Toyota 4Runner and with the handle bars disassembled it fit easily in the back with the seats down. I also have a 2009 Subaru Outback and it would have fit in that too, though it would have been tight.
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November 23, 2015
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I have a new explorer and i had to take the wheels off and M.F. it in but it DID fit. (After a half hour)
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November 9, 2015
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I bought it yesterday and it did fit in my Toyota RAV4
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September 3, 2015
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If you have a big shoe Horn maybe,,,I would find some one with VAN or Pick Up. I have a SUV Explorer and wont even attempt to load it.
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January 26, 2015
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Not without much effort... even then it will still more than likely be too bulky to fit. The body of the machine is rather large and will not collapse. It will not fit through a car door, but could fit into a hatchback or small SUV.
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January 10, 2015
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Probably not. I have SS Trailblazer and it just fit. Height issue might be you problem
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January 9, 2015
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I wouldn't think so, reasonably anyway. If you know someone with a van would be most helpful.
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December 2, 2014
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Thanks for the quick responses. The box dimensions are helpful as I couldn't find this info in the specs.
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December 1, 2014
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You will need to check the size of the car. You are able to remove the chute and the handle bars from the machine so it will fit into most smaller SUV or station wagons. but I would check the height of the vehicle to make sure. Shipping size is 34.00 long 29 wide and 34.50 High. If it is out of the box it will be a little shorter but not but much.
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November 30, 2014
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If you are talking about getting it home in the box, the size of the box is 34.00 x29.00 x 34.50 inches tall. Home Depot fork-lifted it straight into the back of my SUV which is a larger mid size. Check the clearances inside your Forester, especially the max hatch door opening. I suspect it would be tight, if it works.
If you are talking about frequent transport of the finished product between houses, it
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If you are talking about getting it home in the box, the size of the box is 34.00 x29.00 x 34.50 inches tall. Home Depot fork-lifted it straight into the back of my SUV which is a larger mid size. Check the clearances inside your Forester, especially the max hatch door opening. I suspect it would be tight, if it works.
If you are talking about frequent transport of the finished product between houses, it is not suited for this and too large for a forester. There is no quick collapse feature...a pickup with light drive up ramps would be best.
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The machine ran out of fuel and now will not restart. What should I do?

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November 23, 2015
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Put gas in
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February 12, 2015
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I am sorry to hear that your machine is not starting. After refueling you may have to prime the engine a few extra times to get fuel back into the fuel system. Then go through your normal starting sequence.
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February 12, 2015
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Refill with gas and hand crank. and ck oil also.
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February 5, 2015
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1. Add clean treated (Stabil) fuel.
2. If the engine is cold, apply the choke (turn clockwise completely).
3. Push the prime button 3 or 4 times.
4. Attach a power cord to the blower frist, then to the power outlet.
5. Push the start button - it should kick in right away.
6. Wait about 3 - 5 seconds.
7. Slowly un-choke - turn counter-clockwise completely.
8. Disconnect power cord from outlet.
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1. Add clean treated (Stabil) fuel.
2. If the engine is cold, apply the choke (turn clockwise completely).
3. Push the prime button 3 or 4 times.
4. Attach a power cord to the blower frist, then to the power outlet.
5. Push the start button - it should kick in right away.
6. Wait about 3 - 5 seconds.
7. Slowly un-choke - turn counter-clockwise completely.
8. Disconnect power cord from outlet.
9. Disconnect power cord from blower and put protective cap back on power port.
10. ATTACK SNOW!
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February 4, 2015
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I would first check with the troubleshooting guide, it could be as simple as the fuel shut off valve not ON or not as simple -contaminated gasoline,dirt maybe moisture.
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February 4, 2015
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I had a similar problem at one point. As it turns out I had added only a couple of cups of gas instead of filling the gas tank. Try using fresh premium top brand gas like Shell V Power or equal. Once the tank is near full, use the electric start and try the recommended 3 pushes on the fuel primer. If that doesn't work quickly, try pushing the fuel primer 7 or 8 times, especially if it is cold and the Read More
I had a similar problem at one point. As it turns out I had added only a couple of cups of gas instead of filling the gas tank. Try using fresh premium top brand gas like Shell V Power or equal. Once the tank is near full, use the electric start and try the recommended 3 pushes on the fuel primer. If that doesn't work quickly, try pushing the fuel primer 7 or 8 times, especially if it is cold and the temperature is well below freezing.
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Is chute and head extension controlled by jockey or manual cranking? Are they both are controllable remotely?

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February 12, 2015
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no
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Both the chute direction (left right etc.) and the vertical angle of the head are controlled by levers located on the 'dashboard'.
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January 20, 2015
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Chute by manual crank. Head extension by jockey. Both remote controlled.
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January 10, 2015
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Not sure what you mean. Both are controlled manually from the control panel, no remotes. If you mean manually.. like reach over to push the chute up or down, no there is a lever at the control board to maneuver it as well as rotating the chute 205 degrees
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December 1, 2014
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The deflector is a lever that just moves up and down. The rotation is done with a manual crank it will take 2.5 turns to turn the chute from one side to the other. Both controls are operated from the dash.
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Manual crank and it is controlled remotely
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Is the Compact 24" Suitable for compacted snowplow mounds at end of driveway?

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November 25, 2014
I only have a two car driveway but the snow is typically wet an heavy and we get the snow plow mound on our side of the street. Is the Compact 24" Suitable for compacted snowplow mounds or should I jump up to the 28"? The extra $200 is not an issue but if I can save the extra storage space then why spend it.
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February 12, 2015
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Well, thanks for the tips. I ended up leap-frogging over the Deluxe a bought the 24" Airens Platinum SHO. Thank goodness I did with the four+ feet we've received in the last three weeks. I would have been cursing myself if I had cheaped out. My neighbors have have also benefited from the 306cc, 15hp generosity this beast provides.
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February 12, 2015
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depend on the temperature and type of snow that is frozen solid and amount of snow.
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In my opinion, in the case of clumped heavy wet snow I'd say jump up. My compact did it a number of times last year, but last year, 2013, was exceptional. We received abt 8'' last night in fact, with the drifting by us was close to a foot. The snow was medium density I would say, and this unit launched it a min of 40 feet in one gear loser than it's high.
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In my opinion, in the case of clumped heavy wet snow I'd say jump up. My compact did it a number of times last year, but last year, 2013, was exceptional. We received abt 8'' last night in fact, with the drifting by us was close to a foot. The snow was medium density I would say, and this unit launched it a min of 40 feet in one gear loser than it's high.
The end of the driveway pile, thanks to the snow plow guy, was close to two feet. I simply went after it with 1/2 the throwers opening at a time, and it was no problem. I love this unit. With the 28 I probably could have hogged it out. I just don't have the need most of the time is all. Read Less
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December 22, 2014
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yes,mine plowed through 2 to 3 feet deep snow no problem as i live in minnesota
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I have never seen any type, or size of residential snow blower that could handle that type of snow pile, or large windrow left by commercial plows. Typically they are full of ice chunks, or very hard packed snow that will not process. Best to do it by hand I'm afraid.
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If it was me I would look at the model 921024 instead. It will give you the bigger engine and rakes but still be only have a 24 inch width to store it in the garage and for easier maneuverability.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 957 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love the home delivery service I selected the free home delivery from homedepot.com, and glad I did. The snow blower came fully assembled. It had been tested prior to delivery so it came with oil and a half tank of gas. Delivery person was on time and professional, and I got a five minute training session of the controls. I used the snow blower for the first time today on four inches of fluffy snow. The unit started easily with the electric starter on the first try after sitting for several months in the garage. The two-stage thrower throws the snow an average of 15 to 20 feet. The unit is heavy and takes a moderate amount of strength to operate, but not more than other units of similar size. I was able to clear the driveway and walkway without much trouble. The chute did not jam, though as I said this snow was fluffy. I see no point in using reverse gear. It is quite easy to manually pull the unit backward. Using reverse gear seemed a little dangerous because the unit is coming at you, and might push you over on a slippery surface. Other than that, I like all the features of this model. I had one significant problem, which was that it pulled strongly to one side while going forward. If this happens to you, look for a YouTube video called, "Ariens Sno-Thro housing adjustment process to correct erratic auto-turn performance". In my case it turns out that the "shoes" needed to be adjusted to raise the housing up 1/8" off the ground. After I made that 2 minute adjustment this morning, the problem went away. January 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Machine This machine just dug me and three neighbors out of the Blizzard of '16 here in New Jersey. I measured 20 inches of heavy snow after it had packed-down some in the sun for several hours. This smallish snowblower didn't like that very much, especially where it had drifted up to four feet, and where the plows had left walls of hard-pack. A machine this size is designed more for 6-12 inches of snow. But it powered through it all, albeit slowly. You could hear and feel the strain on the engine at times, it huffed a bit, but it never quit. This is a basic machine. You get several forward speeds and two reverse. Snow aiming is done with two separate controls, not a fancy joystick. Once you push down the auger lever, it will latch down until you release the drive lever, freeing your right hand to adjust the chute. There is no power steering, no heated handles, no bluetooth quadrophonic stereo, or any other gadgets that can break down. What you get is solid simple construction, with an all-metal snow chute, and a quality Briggs engine designed for cold weather operation. Everything works the way it should, and the engine starts reliably by hand. It also has an electric starter, although I've never used it, and a headlight, which I have never found useful, but it does no harm. Without all the extra features, it is fairly lightweight for a machine its size, which makes it easy to maneuver. Ariens machines tend to be lighter in weight than same-sized competitors. At times that light weight worked against it - in huge piles of snow, it would tend to climb up until it lost traction. So just pull it back down and have another go. This was a huge storm, and the day after was sunny and above freezing, so it wasn't 20 inches of powder. This was well beyond what I think the machine was designed for, and it chugged through it. For more normal snowfalls, it powers right through everything at a good clip. I like the size of this machine. I deliberately didn't get a larger one for several reasons. This smaller machine is easier to handle. It fits right through the back door to the garage, and doesn't take up a huge space there during the snow season. And the rest of the year, it doesn't take up a huge space in the back of the shed. At the same time, I wouldn't get a snowblower that was any smaller. I don't know how people with single-stage machines got through this latest mess, but I guess they did. For first-time buyers, here is some general advice: Get all the spare parts you'll need to keep it running. That includes an extra spark plug, extra 'shear pins', engine oil, and for me, some extra fuel line tubing. Also, whatever tools you might need to make use of these parts. These are all things you may find very difficult to get the day after the big storm. You can keep it all in a small toolbox or a shoebox, along with the manuals. The spark plug is a critical part in an engine that only has one. In my experience, swapping out the plug is the first thing to try on a engine that won't start or runs poorly, and will usually do the trick. A can of starting fluid is also a good thing to have on hand. A snowblower uses a lot more gas than a lawnmower. Have a 2 gallon can can for it, and make sure it is full. You can easily use a gallon a day or more, especially if you are going to be a snowblower hero like me. Have some way to inflate the tires, especially after the long off-season. Snowblowers and newspapers do not get along at all. Suck in one of those free local rags that they always seem to throw onto your driveway the night before the storm, and you can be over an hour picking frozen pulp out of the auger before you can get back to work. This is also why you want those extra shear pins. Clear the driveway and walks of booby-traps before the snow starts. Don't throw the shovel away, you'll still need it to clean around the edges and tight spots. The snowblower won't do everything. A snowblower is going to spend most of the year idle. Invest in a cover to keep it clean, or at least an old bed sheet. Don't leave it outside, invest in a shed if you have no place to keep it indoors. Those DIY plastic sheds are surprisingly nice and affordable nowadays, and can be installed anywhere. Before you put it away in the spring, make sure you drain the entire fuel system, both the tank and the carb, and then run it dry until it sputters out from fuel starvation. That is good advice for any small engine, and is actually the standard way to shut down an airplane! Most small engine problems stem from storing them fueled-up. I've said a lot here, but I'm resting up after a long hard day. Today, this little machine performed above and beyond, and I couldn't be more pleased with it. January 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product. Warning: Make sure all adjustments are correct before using. This piece of equipment was a life saver. We had a large winter storm this year and this purchased saved my Butt! However, 5 hours in my unit stopped throwing snow and quit pulling. Upon further investigation I learned that the belts were toast. When I called the repair facility at Ariens, they explained that they had a few calls that day just like mine and that the set up man, an outside source contracted by Home Depot, had not set cables correctly before sale. After replacing the belts at my expense because I refused to load it up in my Expedition and deliver it to the repair facility for warranty, the unit is working perfectly after proper adjustment. February 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by A Back Saver I've used it extensively, about 6 times, in the last two weeks. It's worked very well. I have a long gravel driveway, and the Ariens has kept it clean. It's easy to start, and really throws the snow. One caution: get extra shear pins when you buy this. I got an extra pack of three, and have already used two of them (I would guess because of the rocks in my driveway and some ice I hit). Note that it comes with two extra pins. It's plowed through eight inches easily. I'm confident it would handle a foot of snow the same way. Beyond that, I'd make sure I was using it multiple times, to keep it manageable. I love not shoveling any more. My back thanks you, Ariens. February 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by One of the best investments I have made This well crafted piece of machinery is quite the blessing. I purchased it in October of 2015 and had my first chance to use if during Snowmageddon 2016 in Pennsylvania. With the drifts I had as much as 40" of snow to clear in my drive way and sidewalk surrounding the house. The snow blower made this job bearable. If I had one complaint it was that it did not clear all the way to the pavement the way I use to when shoveling but I chalk that up to one of two things; since it was my very first time using it, I have not mastered the maneuvering yet, or because there was so much snow to remove,, that may have affected things. But all in all, I am very pleased. February 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Harpers Ferry WV just dug out of 40 inches of snow. Blizzard of 2016 was no match for this snow blower. Had to use it twice during storm to keep up. Next day dig out saw about 30 inches left on ground where we blew snow the day before. Ran about 2 .5 hours each time, on one tank of fuel. Worked like a charm. doesn't need chains. Blows powder snow about 20-25 feet max. Never clogged blowing powder. Only complaint: Vibration in the grips. After using for awhile, my hands were uncomfortable from the vibration. Needs more padding on the grips. Easy fix. I cut some foam off sleeping /camping pads and wrapped around grips then used zip ties to secure. Much better. Great snowblower. January 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Extremely unhappy I bought this snow blower one week ago on 1/17/16 at the Home Depot in Totowa, NJ. Firstly it came missing a cotter pin so had to go back to Home Depot for a replacement pin. Last night we got around 16 inches of snow where I live in NJ and went out to fire it up this morning to start clearing my driveway. It started with the electric start but the self propel didn't work and the blade did not spin! I tried everything that was suggested in the troubleshooting section of the manual but nothing worked. I had to hire someone to come and plow my driveway. Needless to say I'll be returning to Home Depot next weekend, very disappointed. January 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Can't find better If you want a slightly narrower machine, this is it. Quality is excellent. Like all Ariens, this should be around for many years. Unlike the Chinese made products, you have this fixed instead of throwing it out. Well worth the extra money. If blows lighter snow a good twenty five feet, heavy and wet snow at least 10 feet. Chews through the heavy snow from the plow with no problem. 24" of snow and it keeps going. Move the pin to lock the wheels for hills and ice. Raise the height of the auger deck for gravel drives. March 8, 2016
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