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Path-Pro SS21E 21 in. 208cc Single-Stage Electric Start Gas Snow Blower

$499.00 /each
  • Electric start gets you running on the coldest days
  • 208cc Engine blows snow up to 35 feet
  • Weighs only 95 lbs and easily loads in a trunk or pickup bed

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Product Overview

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. The 120-Volt push-button electric start helps provide a quick and easy ignition.

  • 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
  • 120-Volt push-button electric start for quick and easy ignition
  • 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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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.) 
54.3 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
40.9 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
21.6 in 
Auger diameter (in.) 
8.375 
Clearing Width (In.) 
21 in 
Ideal Snow Depth (In.) 
Intake height (in.) 
12.2 
Product Depth (in.) 
54.3 
Product Height (in.) 
40.9 
Product Width (in.) 
21.6 
Tire height (in.) 
7.5 
Tire width (in.) 

Details

Assembly Required 
Yes 
CA (CARB) Compliant 
CARB Compliant 
Chute rotation turning radius (Deg) 
210 
Clearing Surface Type 
Paved 
Clearing tool included 
No 
Drive System 
Auger Propelled 
Engine Displacement (cc) 
208 
Engine Make 
OEM Branded 
Engine Type 
OHV 
Engine torque (ft.-lb.) 
9.5 
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 
.725 
Number of Forward Speeds 
Number of Reverse Speeds 
Oil capacity (oz.) 
16 
Product Weight (lb.) 
95 lb 
Recommended Oil type 
SAE 5W30 
Refurbished 
No 
Returnable 
30-Day 
Rust Resistant 
Yes 
Snow Blower Features 
No Additional Features 
Snow Blower Usage 
Light 
Snow Equipment Product Type 
Single Stage Gas Snow Blower 
Start Type 
Electric 
Terrain 
Flat 
Traction 
Wheel Drive 
Type of Snow 
Light 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
No Certifications or Listings 
Manufacturer Warranty 
3 Year Consumer, 90 Day Commercial 

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2 or 4 stroke?

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Is this a 2 stroke or 4 stroke engine? Basically, does it have a separate oil tank or do I have to buy a 2-cycle oil and mix it myself?
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February 10, 2016
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Separate gas and oil
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I set my machine up in the beginning of December. I believe it shipped with a container of oil to be added to the case.
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It's a 4 stroke.
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January 18, 2016
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This is a 4 cycle, the oil is separate from the gas
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January 18, 2016
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Also, I forgot to add, does this snow blower come with oil already inside the oil tank or do I have to buy a bottle of 5w-30 right away?
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what type of oil needs to be used

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February 10, 2016
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5W30
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February 9, 2016
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This product uses gasoline with a minimum of 87 octane. Gasoline with 10% ethanol is also acceptable.
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5w30 engine oil
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Regular 5W-30 oil you can pickup from any automotive department at a big box store.
No need to mix. Just ad the entire 16 oz.
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Is there a pull start cord as well as electric start?

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Yes there is...as a side note, the pull start handle is made of plastic. It broke the first day I used the snow blower. There was still enough handle to grab onto to start it but I wouldn't count on the handle lasting long.
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Yes.
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December 13, 2014
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Yes. I have not used the electric start as yet.
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Yes, there is a recoil cord.
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do i plug in only when i plan to plow or can i leave electric start plugged in all the time

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You only need to plug the unit in when starting it. There is no battery, so leaving it plugged in has no benefit. You do not want to leave it plugged in while using.
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You only need to plug it in to start the engine. It does NOT charge any internal battery. Yes, unplug after each use, especially for safety reasons.
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I plug it in when I want to start it
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Just use the plug in when you want to start your snow thrower and then disconnect.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 119 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for small driveways but consider other models based on your needs This is the first snow blower I ever owned. Purchased Nov 2015. I live in Boston, unlike last year's winter, we had possibly the mildest winter in a long while this year. So I only got to use it maybe 7-8 times whole winter. If I am given the second chance, I'd opt out for model with the chute control level and skip the electric start. Here is why. I keep the blower in my garage, it is certainly a few degrees warmer than outside and pull start hasn't failed me once. It is very easy to use and I never needed to use the electric start. However, I'd suggest the remote chute control (can be added later on as an accessory) for homes with small drive ways. My drive is about 20'x35x, one side with high wall. To keep blowing snow to same direction, I found myself changing the direction of chute every 15-20 seconds. For that reason, it would be very nice to have the chute control, which I will probably add next winter. Let's talk about the performance. As I said we didn't have a harsh winter this year but this works perfect with fluffy snow, so-so with slush, but still very nice. Overall, I would recommend this blower someone in NorthEast and small drive way. April 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Snow Blower for the Price Although it has been a light winter thus far in Pittsburgh, PA, I have used my Ariens Snow Blower a few times. It was very easy to assemble. No problem in starting up as this unit as it has an electric starter which is a great feature. The paddles clean right down to my concrete driveway although some snow will blow back under the machine. I was able to blow light powdery snow 25 feet or more. It even cleared the end of my driveway where the snow plow piled up the snow. It really pulls you along especially going down hill on my sloped driveway. It feels a bit heavy going in the up hill direction but you can still feel the paddles helping to move you along. The fit and finish on the plastic cover is some what disappointing especially for an American made product but this does not detract from the overall performance. February 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A beast in the snow We bought this snow blower after reading the reviews for the upcoming 2016 Snowzilla. With expectations of going out a few times with this blower which didn't pan out because of the windy conditions and the point being moot, we waited until this storm was over. A total of 32 inches and we were thinking, no way! After going into the piles and pulling back a few times, this machine showed us it could do the job. Of course this was a light, fluffy snow. Very impressed! Glad we bought this snow blower. Cut the time more than in half. January 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Started right up, but Auger will not engage, very disappointed and returning tomorrow. Very excited to purchase this machine right before our first major snow storm in late January, 2016. Spent some time reading manual and then went to work. The electric ignition worked perfectly, starting the unit right up, BUT, the auger will not engage. I noticed the ignition key was a bit bent when i tried to insert it, so I think Home Depot may have resold a defective unit to me. Time to hire a plow for $35 and tomorrow pocket the remainder of my $560 refund (plow plus 2 year warranty). January 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great snowblower! Snowblower arrived early and in great shape. Has performed very well during two large snowfalls. One was approximately 12" and was handled with no issues. Only concern I have is how long will the snowblower last. There's a lot of plastic including the augers and overall casing. More than the pictures or descriptions indicate. But it is certainly performing great at the moment. February 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by power power power finally had a chance to use my new purchase on 3 inches of light snow. i was impressed with the power of the machine. i cannot see to many snowstorms this blower will not be able to handle. it takes a little practice to get comfortable with it as it really wants to take off. after only one use the only negative i have found is , it is hard to get a clean sweep because of the curved paddles. i hope to figure this out with future use. i would absolutely recommend over a toro as this company seems to stand behind their product in a much stronger way. January 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ariens path-pro snow blower The snow blower was easy to assemble but directions and its illustrations for operating should be simplified and illustrations should be more clear. February 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best purchase ever I am very happy with the snow Blower it work great and looking for more snow to use it again. February 16, 2016
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