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Model # 920402

Internet # 202222489

Store SKU # 629254

24 in. 2-Stage Electric Start Gas Snow Blower

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The Home Depot no longer carries this specific product.

$649.00 /each
  • Features 3-blade impeller for powerful snow removal
  • Includes rust-resistant exterior for all-weather durability
  • Highly rated for ease of use (see reviews)




Model # 920402

Internet # 202222489

Store SKU # 629254

Keep tough weather conditions under control with the Sno-Tek by Ariens 2-Stage 24 in. Gas Snow Blower. The snow blower features a 24 in. clearing width, 20 in. intake height, all-steel augers and a 3-blade impeller for powerful and efficient snow removal. Six forward and two reverse speeds let you change the speed to match the conditions and the 205°, quick-turn chute lets you direct the snow where you want it. Simple, push-button electric start allows for ease of use and the rust-resistant exterior helps ensure lasting life.

  • 208cc Sno-Tek engine delivers powerful performance
  • 24 in. clearing width and 20 in. intake height for efficient snow removal
  • 6 forward speeds and 2 reverse speeds let you adjust snow throwing for different conditions
  • 11 in. serrated, all-steel augers pull snow into the blower unit to power through tough conditions
  • 12 in. 3-blade impeller provides the driving force to discharge the snow
  • 2-stage design is ideal for larger jobs or unpaved surfaces
  • 40 ft. throwing distance ensures adequate snow removal
  • 205°, 2.5x quick-turn chute with remote deflector lets you direct snow exactly where you want it
  • Push-button electric start for simple ignition
  • Polar track tires with pin-lock axle maintain traction in slippery, slushy snow and ice
  • Rust-resistant exterior for long-term use and all-weather durability
  • Heavy duty aluminum gear case
  • Reversible skid shoes adjust the height of the blower housing to clear uneven surfaces
  • Includes 2-year limited consumer warranty
  • Home Depot Protection Plan:

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Assembled Depth (in.) 
51.9 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
43.3 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
26.4 in 
Auger diameter (in.) 
Clearing Width (In.) 
24 in 
Ideal Snow Depth (In.) 
Impeller diameter (in.) 
Intake height (in.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
Tire height (in.) 
Tire width (in.) 
Assembly Required 
CA (CARB) Compliant 
CARB Compliant 
Chute rotation turning radius (Deg) 
Clearing Surface Type 
Gravel/ Paved 
Clearing tool included 
Drive System 
Engine Displacement (cc) 
Engine Make 
OEM Branded 
Engine Type 
Engine torque (ft.-lb.) 
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 
Number of Forward Speeds 
Number of Reverse Speeds 
Oil capacity (oz.) 
Product Weight (lb.) 
180 lb 
Recommended Oil type 
SAE 5W30 
Rust Resistant 
Snow Blower Features 
Skid Shoes 
Snow Blower Usage 
Snow Equipment Product Type 
Two Stage Gas Snow Blower 
Start Type 
Flat with Obstacles 
Wheel Drive 
Type of Snow 
Heavy, Wet 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
No Certifications or Listings 
Manufacturer Warranty 
2-year limited consumer 


Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 1310 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very Dissapointed We bought this product a few weeks ago and finally had the opportunity to use it!! Before we even got it out of the garage the problems started. The electric start would not work at all, thankfully the pull start worked like a charm. Then on of the skid plates fell off - these came pre assembled (ours came pre assembled without the bolts) So already off to a great start - then we could not get the machine to turn off and had to use the choke to turn the snow thrower off! What a piece of junk. Now were unsure as to if we should stick it out and have it fixed under warrenty or return it and buy one somewhere else?? I would never reccomend this brand to anyone! December 30, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great machine! I've had my sno-tek 24" for 2 winters now and no problem whatsoever! Easy to maintain and has good power. The engine is very easy to start! Even when it's been sitting for weeks, switch on, full choke, 3-4 primer shot and 1 pull. In my opinion the only thing I would change is the first gear. It's a tad too fast. June 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sno-Tek 24" I've had Ariens snowthrowers in the past and so far the Sno-Tek machine is every bit as good as the Ariens branded machines. We received our snowblower just 3 days after ordering it online. Assembly was a cinch and the machine started first pull. The unit has electric start but I find it more convenient to use the pull starter. I've since had a number of opportunities to use it and it's reliable and solidly built. As far as I can tell, the onlyt significant differene between the 24" Sno-tek and the 24" Ariens compact is the motor. Time will tell is if the SnowForce motor is a tough as the Briggs & Stratton. Definitely worth a look if you're in the market for a snow thrower. December 19, 2010
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by feeling bad about this review I researched this model last year before buying it. All the reviews were excellent!! Last year in Saint John not so much snow. Both times I used it I got my driveway half done before it conked out. Last night I tried to use the blower again and it would not start. I was told at local store that it was under warranty and take it to the authorized dealer. Since I have no means to take the thrower there, it cost me $40.00 to pick it up and $40.00 to bring it back. It seems to me that when you buy an item with a warranty you should not have to continue to pay. December 28, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by North Bay Weather Recently purchaed my first home and with the canadian weather bringing in the heavy snow falls i needed a reliable snowblower. This one worked like a charm! I tested all the features, the pull start was much much easier then I had expected, first pull started it. Throws snow with no problem and even dug right into the tough heavy snow left at the end of the driveway left by the city snow plow. Drive way is about 40'x25' and got it done in just under 20 minutes. Highly recommended, especially at the sale price (549.99) January 20, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Don't forget the oil! The manual says the crank case has oil. It does not! I started mine up and it seized up about 30 seconds later. I realized the problem and put a whole quart of oil in. I was then able to start it with the electric start and it worked fine. The oil dipstick itself is poorly located and extremely short. Filling it with oil is therefore a bit of a pain with lots of spillage and guess work at the proper level. I'm hoping my little mistake (yes, I should have checked for oil anyway) doesn't affect my long term usage. Choke control is also unlabelled. Manual refers to "run" and "start" positions but these are not marked anywhere. After I figured out the oil situation, the engine ran well and had plenty of torque. Cleared my 80 foot driveway of 8" of snow with no issues. December 28, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Sno-Tek 24 Inch Two Stage Snow Thrower I picked mine up about a month ago. Used it a few times already, for what I need it will do the job, but is definitely not a workhorse. I cannot see it lasting too long if I would have to clean the top of the driveway after the city plows come by. Luckily I have a snow removal company for that and the driveway. I found that while I'm using it , I notice little spots of oil in the snow. I don't know where it's coming from. Is this a sign of things going to go bad. I don't have a good feeling about this machine. December 20, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It's a Workhorse! I purchased the Sno-Tek 28E back in Nov 2010 and having now owned it for a few years I feel I can write an accurate review. We have a large double driveway and this machine has been a stellar performer during each winter season. In the third winter season (2012-2013) I had to replace the carburetor ($75.00) because a rubber gasket inside had dissolved due to using gasoline with ethanol. I now only use high grade gas with no additives and I no longer use any type of gasoline stabilizer when storing away, instead I do a complete fuel drain of the tank, carb and line in the spring. During this current winter season of 2013-2014, we have experienced some record snowfalls and I could not be happier (or more thankful) that I own this snow-blower. It has been a consummate performer, handling everything from large snowdrifts to that deep pile of wet ‘n heavy slush left at the end of our driveway by municipal snowplows. To date, it has handled everything I have thrown at it; and it just keeps doing the job. A few days ago our local newspaper delivery guy threw a rolled-up newspaper onto the end of our driveway where it eventually became covered in snow. Because I did not see it, my Sno-Tek pulled it into the chute where it became stubbornly lodged, causing the engine to automatically shut down. It took me 30 minutes using a crowbar to get it all cleaned out. Then with one pull of cord, the Sno-Tek started-up immediately and worked like champ. I highly recommend this machine. February 5, 2014
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