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Model 920022

Internet #204264114

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

$1,399.00 /each
  • 208cc Engine
  • Extreme Duty with up to 16 inch clearing depth
  • Up to 40 feet throwing distance

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Power up hills and devour snow banks with this Ariens Compact Two-Stage 24 in. Gas Snow Blower that features a solid axle with 5-1/2 in. wide directional Track drive for enhanced Tracktion control. With a Track Sno-Thro you'll get the Tracktion, power and performance needed to flurry through the deepest, most hard-packed snow, up and down the steepest inclines and over the most slippery paths. With an electric ignition button for quick starts, a remote chute deflector and 205° rotation control, this Ariens Compact Track Sno-Thro Series is designed from the ground up to maximize performance so more snow can be removed more quickly.

  • 208cc Ariens AX engine for snow-devouring power
  • 24 in. clearance width and 20 in. intake height to efficiently clear driveways, sidewalks and patios in minimal passes
  • 6 forward speeds and 2 reverse speeds let you adjust snow throwing to accommodate different conditions
  • 11 in. steel serrated augers and 12 in. 3-blade impeller power through thick snow banks and drive snow into the blowing house unit for discharge
  • In-dash halogen headlight provides bright illumination
  • 205°, 2.5x quick-turn chute with remote deflector allows you to direct snow discharge to exactly where you want it up to 50 ft. for enhance clearance
  • 120-Volt electric push-button start provides a quick and easy start
  • Dual-handle interlock system maintains operator safety while allowing for convenient chute and speed adjustments
  • Cast iron gear case with alloy steel gears helps provide durability, power and long life for tackling extreme snow conditions
  • 5-1/2 in. wide directional snow track for superior tracktion control, especially when climbing hills
  • Finger tip height control allows for easy lifting or lowering of the housing to help maneuver blower over the terrain or dig into packed snow or ice
  • Heavy duty reversible skid shoes adjust the height if blower housing to clear uneven surfaces
  • Rust resistant for long-term use
  • Includes 3-year limited consumer warranty
  • In most shipping areas, Ariens offers free 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, multi-point inspection includes, operators manual confirmation, set tire pressure, check fluid levels and file warranty registration information
  • Disclaimer in qualifying area only - 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 prior to purchasing, call 888-927-4367 option #2
  • This Two-Stage Track Snow Blower with Electric Start Features:

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Military discount?

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Does Home Depot allow a Military discount for orders?
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you would have to ask the store but I think that they do offer a discount
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. For assistance with a military discount, please contact our Customer Care department at 1-800-430-3376.
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Best Airens track model for a very steep asphalt driveway?

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Have used pickup mounted plow, single stage snow blower, skid steer with chains and of course a shovel. So far the shovel has worked the best followed by the single stage though it's like hanging on to a loose dog going down and pushing a loaded wheel barrow going up. Have been looking at the 24 and 28 inch track models. Weights range from 224 Lbs -380 Lbs. Will the heavier machine get substantially better traction for uphill/downhill performance over the lighter machine? I am getting older and am more concerned with safety than speed. I always clear the driveway before driving on the new snow so getting down to the asphalt is not a problem. Compact track 24 or Hydroprotrack 28 Any suggestions?

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It probably comes down to how strong you are. You still have to steer it and control it. I have the 24" compact and it's easy to turn it or drag it backwards faster than the tracks can move it. If you're big and strong go for the bigger one. If not get the smaller one. The 24 compact also doesn't take up as much garage space.
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You, are correct to be looking at the track model, it would have better traction on uphill/downhill slopes. It will need to be your decision about the weight. The 28" would have a little bit better traction. The difference between the compact 24 track has a shift that is notched where as the 28" shift has a infinite speed control giving you the ability to slow down or speed up in very small increments Read More
You, are correct to be looking at the track model, it would have better traction on uphill/downhill slopes. It will need to be your decision about the weight. The 28" would have a little bit better traction. The difference between the compact 24 track has a shift that is notched where as the 28" shift has a infinite speed control giving you the ability to slow down or speed up in very small increments without stopping. Read Less
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Can it be stored outside and will it start if it's below Zero?

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I would like to store my snowblower next to the garage in the winter as I do not have much extra space in the garage. Can it be stored outside with a cover for the entire winter? I live in Nebraska and temps below -20 are very rare. Will it be difficult to start if stored outside?
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I would not recommend storing this outside. The effects from the sitting in the weather even if covered can cause starting and running issues.
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Will it climb stairs as does the Honda Track?

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This machine will be able to go up stair inclines.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Cuts through snow like a hot knife through butter This is a powerful machine for its size. The tracks pushed the machine through our recent record-breaking snowfall of 31 inches in 24 hours. It climbs our steep driveway without a problem. It is difficult to maneuver and turn and you can't push the machine when the engine is not running and in gear. The fastest speed in reverse is very slow. The scoop can be raised, however the pile of snow left under the machine causes the machine to get bogged down when the scoop is raised. Overall, it is a very sturdy and solid machine. This is my third snowblower and by far the best. January 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good for a very steep driveway Recently purchased Compact Snow Thro and have used it twice on our driveway and parking areas in Connecticut. I am generally satisfied with its performance to date. It works best on new, dry snow that is at least 2-3 inches in depth. It does not work well with slushy snow (clogs the discharge chute) and does not get down to the pavement well, leaving a coating of snow particularly if it has been packed down a bit by the passage of our regular snowplow guy. It doesn't "breeze through hard packed snow drifts" as advertised. It will merely ride up over hard packed snow. I would like to be able to adjust the scraper blade to actually scrape down to the pavement. January 28, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Will power through anything I was very disappointed when the snowblower ran for two seconds and then did not restart without being taken to the service center. It had a bad ignition coil right out-of-the-box. The tracks would dig into anything with the best traction that you could expect. although it is. Hard to move the tracks are not powered up. Seemed to be very well-built and will throw a lot of snow. February 25, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Compact track 24 slow/hard turn I ordered the track that had the lever to help steer it but didn't receive that unit. This Compact Track 24 is very difficult to turn around at the end of the drive. You have to stop and pick up on the handles and swing it around to face the direction you want to go. It is also extremely slow even in the fastest gear and reverse is 10 times slower. Unlike my wheeled unit I used to have, you cannot move this without starting it and putting it in gear. You can't push or pull it. January 23, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great snow blower. Track drive goes wherever you point it. It's been amazing. Tracks take it anywhere. Easy to steer. Plows thru the wettest chunky pile left by the plows. Only problems are that even when it's warmed up you can't restart it without using the choke and sometimes it starts chugging like it's running out of gas. Loosen gas cap to vent then tighten it again. The cap probably isn't venting December 10, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Did not know what to expect but now after using very... I bought this Hydro pro track in Oct and just received first snow, did not know what to expect, but I'm satisfied with how it does the job of snow blowing. I replaced my DR unit with this as I have had major shoulder work done and can't be pulling back or pushing down on the handle bars to transport. I have hill going around my deck and did not know how it would back up the hill. If you keep the engine at full thottle it does back up slow but it does come up the hill that is major to me/. I like the hydro as you can set your own speed and just walk behind let it do the work. November 25, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by What a Machine!! Just took delivery of the Hydro Pro track 28" with 420cc engine. I traded in my Toro 1332 Power Shift for this new machine. The reason I bought a new snow blower was the Toro would always get clogged up when I needed it the most, even using the spray. I would then have to use my single stage Honda. Our driveway is 250" long with 70' wide by the garage doors. I would always have to blow the driveway twice because the Toro was inferior to the Honda on heavy snow. We just had 16" of snow in Chicago on Feb 1st, and the first attempt to clear the snow was wet and heavy. I was tired of having to do all this extra work. That should now be a distant memory!! Our driveway is now clean and dry but obviously I need to find some snow to try out the new machine. Two and half feet of packed snow at the edge of the driveway would be a good test. The combination of Auto steer plus Hydro drive makes maneuvering very easy with no stress on the back, even on dry pavement. . I was concerned about buying the Trac system vs tires based on online reviews, but this combo is perfect and very easy to operate. The engine is quiet and smooth, and easy to pull start, even though it has electric start. The machine went thru the packed snow like a hot knife thru butter, and the volume of snow being thrown looked like I was making snow for a ski hill. What a blast!. Can't wait for the next snow fall. February 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Track 24 Model 920022 This is a tank with an attached snow blower. I have a steep and dangerous driveway that this track model laughs at. The unit is not especially fast but I'm in no hurry. Safety is my primary concern and that's what this model delivers. Contractors would definitely want a larger model. Turning on tracks was a concern but I quickly learned to turn while in motion. It takes some effort but nothing an average person can't handle. I plow a ground-level trex deck attached to my home and I can get within six inches of the siding without problem. Again, I plan my turns in advance. The track model allows me to raise the front off the ground (two positions) and drive across grass or any other irregular surface, plowing as I travel. I find that very useful when plowing my deck or moving from one part of my property to another. Deep snow on the lawn is no longer a barrier to winter travel. I store mine in a shed. I drive straight in, store it and back straight out when I need it. Yes, movement is somewhat challenging due to high track friction. If you attach small, sturdy castors to a 24" by 24" sheet of plywood you can raise the unit, slide the platform underneath and then move the blower where you want it. Wheeled units are much easier to move so be sure you can deal with tracks. I replaced the metal skid shoes with the non-abrasive shoes. I plow a trex deck along with expensive pavers and I DO NOT want to scratch either surface. The non-abrasive shoes are all I'll ever use. If you need a track unit for your home I strongly suggest you consider this model. I purchased mine from a local dealer who assembled, tested and delivered it to my home ready to go. January 30, 2015
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