Model # 920402

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Sno-Tek 24 in. 2-Stage Electric Start Gas Snow Blower
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Sno-Tek

24 in. 2-Stage Electric Start Gas Snow Blower

  • 208cc Engine
  • Extreme Duty with up to 16 inch clearing depth
  • Up to 40 feet throwing distance
$649.00 /each

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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
  • two-stage snow blower with electric start features:

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Name 24 in. 212cc 2-Stage Gas Snow Blower 24 in. 2-Stage Electric Start Gas Snow Blower SnowMaster 724 QXE 24 in. Single-Stage Gas Snow Blower Compact 24 in. 2-Stage Electric Start Gas Snow Blower
Brand PowerSmart Sno-Tek Toro Ariens
Ratings (442) (1542) (208) (1020)
Snow Equipment Product Type Two Stage Gas Snow Blower Two Stage Gas Snow Blower Single Stage Gas Snow Blower Two Stage Gas Snow Blower
Clearing Width (In.) 24 24 in 24 24 in
Snow Blower Features Skid Shoes Chute Control,Skid Shoes Power Steering,Skid Shoes,Variable Speed Headlight,Skid Shoes
Engine Make OEM Branded OEM Branded OEM Branded OEM Branded
Traction Wheel Drive Wheel Drive Wheel Drive Wheel Drive
Clearing Surface Type Paved Gravel/ Paved Paved Gravel/ Paved
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Customer Questions & Answers

I just put together my snow tek 24 inch snow blower, I have 2 extra bolts in a plactic holder.

they were cliped to the discharge mount arm that I have already mounted, have no clue were they go ??----and yes I have read the manual.---can anybody help, thanks.
Asked by: bigjohn419
They are spares are in case you snap the ones that are already holding the blades in place.
Answered by: Dean
Date published: 2016-12-05

is it good on gravel driveways?

Asked by: Anonymous
I have a gravel and stone driveway, and I set the skids as high as they could go, but ended up eating a stone that immediately snapped the shear bolts when the stone got lodged between the augur and the housing. There was a spare pair of bolts, but the same thing happened again almost immediately. Very frustrating. The only way I can get out to get more bolts is to shovel my 500' drive! I wouldn't recommend this for gravel/stone drives unless you KNOW there are no loose stones under the snow!
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2017-02-09

Box Size

I want to go pick this up from the store and I only have a station wagon. If I get it in box, what is the box size? I need to make sure it fits in my car. (Model #: 920402)
Asked by: Anonymous
was delivered to my house, It must stay on a skid, until you cut away the box
Answered by: Ralphie
Date published: 2016-02-24

how do I start it

Asked by: fred
It has a traditional pull-start as well as an electric start. I honestly rarely need the electric start even in cold weather, but it's good to have as a backup, especially at the beginning of the season when you're trying to get gas to the engine for the first time since the summer. Generally, I pull start it and it's ready to go.
Answered by: MP
Date published: 2017-01-16
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24 in. 2-Stage Electric Start Gas Snow Blower is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 1539.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far, I'm not disappointed. Only used once to date. Blower started easily and did the job. W... So far, I'm not disappointed. Only used once to date. Blower started easily and did the job. With the chains installed, both wheels must be locked using the outermost axle holes (you won't find discussion about this in the manual, see the Ariens answer to my question about this situation). With both wheels locked, it is more difficult to make a turn. But, in my case, I have a straight driveway, so used the reverse gears to back up to the start line after completing a row.
Date published: 2016-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sno tek 24 Purchased this during first snow storm in Vermont Nov 2016.Was already put together by Home Depot.Put fresh gas in it primed 3 tomes started first pull.We got 18 inches snow.This machine sliced through it like butter throwing it 30ft or more putting my 1028 Yardman blowerto shame.The tires maybe small but it handled my 300 ft steep grade gravel driveway just fine(i did just put chains on now 12/5/16)A+++ you go Areins.As for lighting I purchased 2 each Blackfire 75 Lumens 3 LED (BBM970) clamp on flash lights($15 ea at Home Depot) they even include the batteries.Just clamped one on each side onto handle bar frame and bingo I could see fine at night.THese bad boys adjust up down left right and even swivel.Now my sno tek 24 can't be beat for any price...this machine is by far hands down the best bang for the buck win win all around...let it snow..let it snow...let it snow and I will blow it away...yeah yeah yeah
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from wasn't sure if I should get a single stage or dual stage..always loved toro, but after the last o... wasn't sure if I should get a single stage or dual stage..always loved toro, but after the last one only lasted 2 years and I was done and purchased this sno tek as everyone I know loves ariens... used last winter and worked great each time and already twice this December...I can't believe how quickly I am done cleaning my drive way..I jump in and help my neighbors out now...your not as quick on it as single stage but more power for end of the drive way with this heavy duty dual stage...this sno tek is a champ...great bang for the buck...beter than nike...just do it..dont' shovel...
Date published: 2016-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought this machine a month ago and HD has been asking me to write about it. Yesterday was the f... Bought this machine a month ago and HD has been asking me to write about it. Yesterday was the first snow of the season (11" of wet heavy stuff). I went out this AM and pull started it as my extension cords are buried in snow lighting my Christmas stuff! One pull and started right up. The unit comes with one drive wheel and a cotter pin assembly to make the other wheel drive. I did that right away. Took about five minutes to get used to the handling, as this is my first two stage. I have an old Toro one stage that would not have moved this much snow this fast. I gave it five stars based on today, but give me a few months and who knows, but for now great. I bought this one on line and it was delivered into my garage for free. Set up is easy with the fold out poster with hieroglyphics of setting it up.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This will be my third winter with my Sno-Tek. Some things in my experience to look after... 1) ... This will be my third winter with my Sno-Tek. Some things in my experience to look after... 1) ALWAYS use a premium grade fuel, without ethanol. I treat mine with Seafoam fuel treatment. 2) When finished using, shut off the fuel, and allow the machine to idle until all the fuel in the carburetor is used up and the machine dies. 3) NEVER change speeds or especially directions while the machine is moving. Come to a complete stop, and then change speeds and/or direction. You will get away with it for awhile, as I did, and then shifting on the fly will result in a bad friction wheel. $26 dollar replacement part and about an hour to replace. 4) Do not overwork the machine, if you are pushing instead of throwing snow, slow down. You are just putting wear on your friction wheel, and once again... see #3 for repair costs. 5) Brush off snow after use and after shutting off the machine, clean out any ice/snow that has accumulated in the auger assembly. REMEMBER TO DO THIS ONLY ONCE IT'S SHUT OFF. The Sno-Tek is a great machine, but remember you will be using it in extreme conditions, so treat it right, and it will do it's job. Pay attention to your preventative checks and maintenance. I would not be without one... if mine blew up tomorrow... I would be on the way to HD to pick up another... it's really an essential tool. It throws snow like a champ... and starts quickly... usually on the first pull.
Date published: 2016-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can't say enought about this device. It sure has saved my back! Easy to use, extremely powerful... Can't say enought about this device. It sure has saved my back! Easy to use, extremely powerful and reliable. And its even the envy of my neighbors...including my daughter(see photo)
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have owned this snow blower for 5 years now and have had an excellent experience with it. Livin... I have owned this snow blower for 5 years now and have had an excellent experience with it. Living in Montana I have lots of opportunity to use it. In addition, I volunteer with our city to clear sidewalks and driveways for the elderly and disabled that are not able to take care of their own snow. I do all the recommended maintenance including changing the fluids more than once a year depending on hours used. I only use premium gas, preferably without ethanol, and drain the fuel tank and then run it until the carburetor is dry, with no fuel in the bowl, at season end. The next season I have not had any problems getting it started the first time. I was surprised this snow blower did not come with tire chains like my previous one. I found out they are not necessary due to the construction of the tires. I also appreciate that you are able to set this model up so that either both tires drive it or just one with the other tire free wheeling. The first option is great for deep or heavy snow as well as drifts. Having only one drive wheel makes it much easier to turn and maneuver. A nice feature. Yes, as others have mentioned, it doesn't have power steering or heated hand grips or some other fancy features that add to the cost and tend to break down, but you can't complain about the air conditioner when using it. The only items I have needed to repair/replace, other than standard tune up items, are the primer button and one of the shoe skid plates. The skid plate only had to be turned over, which was great. I will be replacing the scraper bar at the end of this season just to help prevent wear on other items if I wait to long. This is the second Ariens snow blower I have owned and I will buy another when the need arises. I also would recommend this model to anyone that needs a 2 stage snow blower.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've had my Ariens Sno-Tek snowblower for 2 years. So far, so good. Certainly not as good of a ma... I've had my Ariens Sno-Tek snowblower for 2 years. So far, so good. Certainly not as good of a machine as Ariens flagship brand snowblowers (and yes, this is an Ariens product, they just brand it differently because it's their "value brand"), but better than any other "value brand," and still held up to most of the standards of any other Ariens product. Machine is tough, made in America (except for the engine), reliable and gets the job done. I'm almost disappointed that I've only been able to use it once so far this winter, but it got a ton of use the past two winters. When minor things do break in it, it's easy to fix, and I'm not good at fixing things. While I miss the old Tecumseh engines that Ariens used to use, the LCT engine in this machine (the same exact engine as the Ariens Compact 24) is a good engine. Now if you want to know what this machine doesn't get you for $650 compared to the $900 Compact 24: First and foremost, it is missing Ariens' signature orange stainless steel chute (in fact, this is Ariens' only machine that isn't orange, but it does have an orange stripe up the chute to just give it a taste of tradition), but rather has a plastic chute, it has smaller wheels than the Compact 24, and lacks a headlight. There are a few other details that I'm probably forgetting, but all-and-all this is a similar machine to the Ariens Compact 24 with some bells and whistles removed to cut the price down, and it's still a great machine for a great value. My father had an Ariens snow blower - the same one for over 30 years - for most of my growing up, and I wanted to continue the tradition of quality, so this "Value model" gave me the opportunity to do that at a price I could afford. This machine is every bit an Ariens. Are the "regular" Ariens better? Yeah, but this is still a great machine for an affordable price. I'm glad I bought it.
Date published: 2017-01-16
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