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Zoom 34 Non-Powered Bagger for Ariens Zero-Turn Mowers

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The Ariens Zoom 34 Non-Powered Bagger for Ariens Zero-Turn Mowers helps you keep your lawn clean and free of grass clippings. This accessory is designed for use on Ariens Zoom 34 in. Zero-Turn Mowers.

  • For use on Ariens Zoom 34 in. Zero-Turn Mowers
  • Large capacity allows you to cut longer without the need to stop and dispose of the clippings
  • Installation is easy
  • Designed for quality and durability

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Ariens Zoom 2148XL mower with a powered bagger. I lost the flow lever gauge-how do I order and what is the part number?

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The part number for the flow indicator is 00168300. Please contact the authorized Ariens Service and Parts dealer in the area to purchase the part. Home Depot will not carry this part. To find a dealer please go to Ariens website www.ariens.com click on Where to Buy, click on Service and Parts.
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, this item is not available for replacement parts through The Home Depot. However, it may be beneficial to reach out to the manufacturer of the product. The manufacturer is Ariens and their Customer Service department can be reached at 920-756-4688. For more information, please visit your nearest Home Depot store or call HomeDepot.com Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, this item is not available for replacement parts through The Home Depot. However, it may be beneficial to reach out to the manufacturer of the product. The manufacturer is Ariens and their Customer Service department can be reached at 920-756-4688. For more information, please visit your nearest Home Depot store or call HomeDepot.com customer service at 1-800-430-3376. Read Less
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what model heat shield do I use for my 42" zero turn?

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Whenever I stop cutting and may be idled in a location in my lawn, afterwards I notice burn spots in my lawn. I was told there is a heat shield I can purchase.....correct?
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There may be a heat shield available at your local dealership. Please contact the local servicing dealer or Ariens with your model and serial number. They will be able to see if there is a heat shield and get you the correct part number for your mower.
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how do I prevent consistent clog - ups on my shoot? it's very frustrating!

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When I'm cutting my lawn with the bagger and the grass is 3-4 inches high, I have to constantly stop and get off mover to unclog shoot, this is very time consuming and frustrating!
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I am sorry that you are having this issue, when bagging grass there are a few things you can try no matter what machine you are using. Cut during the driest part of the day. Grass can hold a lot of moisture if you cut late in the day or early evening it will allow the grass to dry out. Slow down the travel speed of the mower. When bagging you will want to decrease the speed similar to the speed used when Read More
I am sorry that you are having this issue, when bagging grass there are a few things you can try no matter what machine you are using. Cut during the driest part of the day. Grass can hold a lot of moisture if you cut late in the day or early evening it will allow the grass to dry out. Slow down the travel speed of the mower. When bagging you will want to decrease the speed similar to the speed used when mulching which is roughly 3 mph. Take off less grass per pass. In early spring grass grows quickly you may find yourself having to cut 2 or even 3 times a week to keep up with your lawn maintenance. It is recommended to take off roughly 1/2 inch of grass per cutting. Other items to look at would be the air vane on the mower blade if the vane is worn the blades should be replaced. You would also want to verify your engine is running at the correct RPM if the engine RPM is low it will slow down the blades and could cause this issue as well. If the belt is worn or slipping that would also cause the blades to slow down and could cause an issue as well. If the mower is a few years old it may be time to replace the belt. The last thing I can think of would be if the deck shell has grass build up or if the bagger screen has grass build up it may cause this issue by changing the airflow or not having enough airflow. This can be fixed by cleaning the screen and the deck shell of any debris. Read Less
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Can I buy the part that hooks to the Ariens Zoom 34 discharge shoot for the rear bagger #81503100

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The boot assembly is available under part number 51517700. Please contact an authorized Ariens Service & Parts dealer to purchase. To find a dealer, go to website www.ariens.com click on Where to Buy, click on Service & Parts, enter zip code and click search.
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Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by It works. However, This bagger would probably be easy to install however, I had a tow hitch, for my de-thatcher and aerator, mounted on my mower. This required modification of support braces and some additional hardware. I estimate it took an additional 2-3 hours to make these modifications, in order to use the tow hitch with this bagger. The assembly instructions are poor but adequate if you are mechanically inclined. The system works well, as advertised, but the mower is a bit sluggish with the additional 150 lbs load. I am concerned about the added stress on the 13 hp Briggs and Stratton and the Ariens drive system (belts, shafts, pulleys, etc.). I am wondering if I would have been better off, purchasing the side bagger for this model? April 11, 2011
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Dry Grass Works Great, Wet Grass You Are Out of Luck The non-powered bagger does a great job if your lawn is very dry. If you have damp grass or wetter, the chute jams up, and you will have to repeatedly empty the chute by hand which is a messy and inefficient use of time. Installation of the bagger is more complex than it should be. There must be a simpler process to install what is a pretty basic component. June 18, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bagger for Zoom 34 This is a heavy duty Commercial grade product, I installed it myself but it is not for the faint at heart. The thing is not designed to allow the use of the acessory hitch (it can be modified to work). It is really in the way when you are using it for other reasons than mowing. The bag assembly needs to be modified for easy removal otherwise a really quality product. May 1, 2010
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Buy a rake This product has been a disappointment from the first use. It was not too difficult to install, though not all the parts were shipped in the container. Once installed, the tube clogs very very easily, regardless of the length or moisture of the grass. November 17, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does what it is designed for. Cover needs to stay open farther. Bagger was reasonably easy to install if you have basic mechanical skills. Does a great job. July 30, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Grass bagger or spreader? I was very excited to get this bagger to stop raking my entire yard. After installing I had to modify mower deck bracket to keep blades from hitting it. I was not very happy about the small amount of clearance or lack of. Bending the vertical section of bracket about 1/2" did the trick. While mowing the first time I noticed that the collector lid has gaps in the inlet chute and around the hinges of lid. These gaps caused the grass clippings to blow all over my back and on top of the mower collecting on top of the engine. I was not about to send it back because I require a bagging feature on a mower that can fit between my fence gate. To fix this issue I cut a rubber strip to cover gaps in hinges and duct taped around inlet chute. This being said I am not excited about product fit or function from brand new equipment. With pricing of this bagger higher then a larger mower only added to my frustration. After fixing these issues I am very happy with the performance of system. It doesn't clogg and has a large amount of grass clipping capacity. Other information I could not get while purchasing was the assembled width. For everyones information it is 47" which just fits thru my 48" gate. August 21, 2010
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent addition to a great mower Certain members of my family despise having grass clippings in the lawn so mulching was not an option if I want to keep the peace around here. The bagging attachment was a must-have from the get-go. The setup is a bit time consuming and you definitely need two people to get it done in a reasonable time (especially for lifting the heavy counterweight that replaces the front 'bumper'.) The tube only got clogged once so far, and that was because I was overly agressive in plowing through some rather tall grass. A good rule of thumb is that if the mower is starting to noticeably chug a bit, slow down a bit and all will be well. As reported by another owner, there are 3 or 4 spots on the front of the unit by the hinges and tube entry where air can blast out and potentially dust you with grass clippings. I had some very tough 'pond liner repair' tape lying around and patched those holes before I even started the first cut, and haven't had any trouble with blowback. I recommend you do the same - cover those holes while the plastic is still clean and unspoiled. IMO, Ariens should do a minor redesign and fix this issue. Otherwise, the bagger is very nice! Capacity is good, and removing and dumping the (nylon?) bags is a breeze; no more bending and stooping to deal with a push mower bagger. I and my lower back thank Ariens! May 3, 2011
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