Model # 938031

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Ariens Path-Pro SS21 21 in. 208cc Single-Stage Gas Snow Blower
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Ariens

Path-Pro SS21 21 in. 208cc Single-Stage Gas Snow Blower

$586.54 /each

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Ariens brings their trademarked durability and robust design characteristics to the single stage platform. The new Ariens Path-Pro features everything you expect from Ariens in a lightweight, compact Sno-Thro that is easy to maneuver, transport and store. The Ariens Single-Stage 21 in. Gas Snow Blower is great for clearing snow from driveways, sidewalks, patios and more. Its 208cc Ariens AX engine helps provide ample power during use and it features a 21 in. width for efficient clearing. The snow blower can throw snow up to 35 ft. and features a 210° chute rotation, allowing you to easily blow snow out of its path.

  • 208cc Engine for powerful performance
  • 21 in. W and 12.2 in. intake height for efficient clearing in fewer passes
  • Single-stage operation for use on patios, sidewalks and small driveways
  • Reinforced rubber paddles and adjustable scraper bar clean down to the surface
  • Tall discharge chute provides 35 ft. throwing distance for enhanced clearance
  • 210° chute rotation with adjustable deflector for optimal snow-throwing control
  • Easy to use recoil start, just pull the chord and go
  • Robust 8 in. tires for enhanced maneuverability
  • Foldable, ergonomic handlebar designed for comfort and convenience
  • Commercial-duty housing cuts through packed snow and end-of-driveway buildup
  • Maintenance friendly cowl with easy access and service door for oil and gas fill
  • Delivered to your driveway via truck carrier mostly assembled, simple set-up instructions included with unit

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Snow Equipment Product Type Single Stage Gas Snow Blower Single Stage Gas Snow Blower Single Stage Gas Snow Blower Single Stage Gas Snow Blower
Clearing Width (In.) 21 in 21 in 20 in 21 in
Snow Blower Features No Additional Features No Additional Features Chute Control No Additional Features
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How do i get the snow shoot to move it seems to be stuck.

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I would take it apart to check for obstructions otherwise the chute is easily rotated
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February 18, 2014
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Make sure you assembled the 3 parts in the correct order as per directions and aligned all three holes. Do not tighten the three screws/bolts all the way until you have all three in their proper hole. There is a strong ratcheting sound as you move the chute left or right. I take it you have the manual chute and not the model with the remote kit to move the chute. If that is the case I would guess you Read More
Make sure you assembled the 3 parts in the correct order as per directions and aligned all three holes. Do not tighten the three screws/bolts all the way until you have all three in their proper hole. There is a strong ratcheting sound as you move the chute left or right. I take it you have the manual chute and not the model with the remote kit to move the chute. If that is the case I would guess you have to check if it put together right. Read Less
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bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
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February 11, 2014
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If assembled correctly you should be able to rotate the handle at the bottom of the chute. It is a bit stiff on mine but easy enough to turn.
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Indianapolis, IN, USA
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January 6, 2014
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You may have installed the shoot incorrectly. I had a little trouble lining up all the holes the screws had to go through but once I got past that I added the oil and had it running in only minutes. make sure you put the pieces together in the right order.
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December 24, 2013
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Try and get the machine into a warm area and see if possibly ice has developed on the shoot flanges. Also look for mechanical issues i.e. something binding the worm gear mechanism.
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December 17, 2013
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You may want to closely review the assembly instructions of the shoot to make sure the pieces were assembled in the proper order. The shoot should rotate rather easily with light to moderate force using the handle.
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December 4, 2013
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Please check the adjustment on the chute. This adjustment is made under the chute rotation gear and will increase tension on the spring. Be careful not to over-tighten. Further information is printed in your Owner's Manual.
In the owners manual view a detailed photo of this adjustment.
Go to the website www.ariens.com click on support, and then manuals.
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Please check the adjustment on the chute. This adjustment is made under the chute rotation gear and will increase tension on the spring. Be careful not to over-tighten. Further information is printed in your Owner's Manual.
In the owners manual view a detailed photo of this adjustment.
Go to the website www.ariens.com click on support, and then manuals.
If you have your Model and Serial Number, click on Get Product Manuals to access the Electronic Manuals Search/View page. The manual may be viewed or you may download it. Read Less
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What is the height when the handles are folded down?

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February 11, 2014
I would like to know if this will fit in the back of my SUV (Volvo SC90) with a 32" opening.
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February 18, 2014
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With the handle folded down the discharge chute is a bit higher so you need at least 29 to 30 inches. The 32 inches for the SUV should give you plenty of wiggle room.
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February 18, 2014
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Blower fits in my Escort wagen
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Indianapolis, IN, USA
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February 13, 2014
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Top of the shoot is the high point at 29.5 inches. Handles fold down lower than this.
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February 13, 2014
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It is best to check with Home Depot to see if they leave the equipment in a box or if they will have it out of the box with the handle bars down.
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February 12, 2014
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29" .
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Can you use it on gravel roads?

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should not be used on graveled roads but i use it on my pavered driveway
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I would highly recommend not using this on a gravel driveway. To self propel the machine the rubber paddles will contact the ground and pull itself forward. When this happens you will most likely be pulling in gravel, that gravel will need to be discharged through the chute and may cause damage to machine.
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Personally I would be cautious. The impeller has rubber "blades" which clean very close to the surface of whatever you are clearing. When using mine on pavement or black top it has thrown small stones or pieces of ice with considerable force. My guess would be the gravel would be tossed around and might damage the machine.
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March 6, 2015
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Yes, simply adjust the auger/impeller housing height to clear gravel or crushed rock surfaces.
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Is this a 2 or 4 cycle engine?
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4 cycle
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This is a 4 cycle engine.
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This engine uses straight gasoline, no oil mixing, therefore a 4 cycle engine
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Customer Reviews

Path-Pro SS21 21 in. 208cc Single-Stage Gas Snow Blower is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 80.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprisingly powerful I bought this snow blower 2 (or is it 3?) years ago and have been quite happy with it. However, for the first time today I had to use it in heavy, wet snow. It's one thing to blow the light powder, so I wondered how it would perform in these conditions. I was surprised at how easily it chewed through 6-7 inches of the real heavy stuff, throwing it 30+ feet away. Really nice machine, I must say.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent machine Really pleased with this machine! Used 3 times so far on snowfalls between 4-9". Performs really well. Tackled some 15" drifts and it just chews its way through (albeit at a slower pace). Couldn't ask for more. Have the 208cc model and it seems to have a lot of power. Packed very well from the factory. Unfolded the handle, 3 screws to mount the discharge chute, poured in supplied oil, gassed it up and it started on the first pull. (And continues to start on the first pull every time.) Did a lot of research on their engineering of this model and it seemed to stand out from the competitors. Couldn't be happier with it!
Date published: 2014-02-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ariens Snowblower Haven't been able to use it yet but it seems sturdy. However when I went to assemble it, I found I was missing a screw. I contacted the company via email and I am still waiting on the missing part.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed Bought this 2 years ago. It's been difficult to start since day one, including using the electric start. Didn't need it last year so it sat properly stored until today. Now it won't start at all.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Product I bought this machine for doing a large deck and trim work my 48" two stage snow blower would not do. It started easily with the first pull out of the box. It has no problem removing 7 to 8 inches of snow with an ice crust on the top. The rear guard is excellent for protecting the engine and it's light and highly maneuverable. The engine is a little larger than the majority of the single stage models and this is a big plus. Ariens is know for high quality USA made snow blowers and this machine will not disappoint!
Date published: 2013-12-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Snow Blower Reinvented The build quality and usability of this machine is top notch. I opted for the pull-start only model to save a few bucks, but definitely wanted the power of a 208cc. Gas-ed and oiled out-of-the-box, mine started on the 2nd pull. Our 2nd significant snowfall of 2014 here in Minnesota, and this thing works fantastic! I have a few rental properties in addition to my own home, so I needed something lighter to haul around. I'm 43 years old and 170lbs. and I can lift the machine onto the tailgate of my full-size pick-up by myself. Ideally, you'd want a hand lifting it, but it can be done solo. I think they've "built a better mousetrap" with this single-stage snow blower, but I'm puzzled as to why snow blowers in general (especially single-stage) cost so much more than a regular lawn mower? Seems to be similar technology? I really hated to shell out $500 for this machine, but I may forget all about that after a few more snowfalls. )
Date published: 2013-12-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Product but Handle broke the first time I used it. I am really disappointed that the handle broke the first time I used the snow blower. When I reached out to Ariens, their response was to contact a local dealer. I expect better customer service then to just be told to contact a local dealer. They should have taken the time to send my a new handle. It was under warranty. I should not have to find a local dealer and drive there to pick up a new handle.
Date published: 2016-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ariens PathPro model 938031 Consumer Report panned this model in their Feb 2014 issue but they got it dead wrong. This snow blower is the nicest single stage I have ever had my hands on. Powerful and easy to use-I love this machine. Just cleared 10 inches from my driveway and it was a breeze. I find myself almost hoping for more snow. And the quality Ariens puts in their products is amazing. This is an amazing snow blower for less than $500. Highly recommended by this user.
Date published: 2014-01-06
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