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Sno-Tek

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Engine Maintenance Kit for Snowblowers with LCT Engines

$9.98 /each

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Keep your Sno-Tek snowblower in top shape with this engine maintenance kit. It includes 5W-30 oil, a spark plug, fuel stabilizer and a replacement ignition key.

  • For use with Sno-Tek snowblowers
  • Compatible with models using an LCT Storm Force 208cc engine
  • Includes a 32 oz. bottle of Ariens 5W-30 engine oil, a spark plug, fuel stabilizer and extra ignition key
  • Fuel stabilizer uses a non-toxic granular formula to keep gasoline fresh

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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
4.5 
Product Height (in.) 
15.5 
Product Width (in.) 
11 

Details

Fits brands 
Ariens, Sno-Tek 
Fits models 
Sno-Tek 20(939401), Sno-Tek 24(920402), Sno-Tek 28 (920403), Sno-Tek 22 (939400), Sno-Tek 24(920400) 
Part Type 
Tune-Up Kit 
Returnable 
60-Day 
Used with equipment type 
Snow Blower 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
30 days 

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how much oil should I put in my brand new sno-tek snow blower model 920402?

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November 19, 2011
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November 22, 2011
Answer: 
All the lubricants for your machine can be purchased at your local Ariens servicing dealer. To find a list of local dealers, click here.
In many cases, the lubricants are the equivalent of lubricants used in automobile applications and are available through other retail outlets that sell automotive products.
Four-Cycle Engine Oil
Ariens recommends the use of a high-quality automotive 5W30 motor oil in Read More
All the lubricants for your machine can be purchased at your local Ariens servicing dealer. To find a list of local dealers, click here.
In many cases, the lubricants are the equivalent of lubricants used in automobile applications and are available through other retail outlets that sell automotive products.
Four-Cycle Engine Oil
Ariens recommends the use of a high-quality automotive 5W30 motor oil in the four-cycle engine of your Ariens Sno-Thro or Sno-Tek machine. Refer to the engine manufacturer's manual for oil fill capacity; the capacity will almost always be less than one quart. (To get more information about the engine on your snow thrower, click here for links to the engine manufacturer's websites.)
Ariens part number 00067600 - Ariens 5W30 Engine Oil, 32-oz. (1 Quart) Container - is an excellent choice for all Sno-Thro and Sno-Tek engines.
Two-Cycle Engine Oil
Some Ariens single stage snow throwers have a Tecumseh two-cycle engine that requires mixing oil with the gas. The model numbers of these machines are 938001-938019, 938117, 938300-938307, and 938400. Ariens recommends using a high quality, 2-cycle oil mixed with fuel at a ratio of 50:1. (2 1/2 oz. of oil for 1 gallon of gasoline.) For more information on Tecumseh engines, click here to go to Tecumseh's website.
Auger Gear Case Lubricant
Over the years, Ariens has used several lubricants in auger gear cases including grease and gear oil. Modern auger gear cases on Sno-Thro and Sno-Tek models use synthetic gear oil. It is always best to check the owner's manual for a specific model to make sure the correct lubricant is being used. For instructions on how to download a free copy of the manual for your snow thrower, click here.
Here are some rules of thumb:
If your walk-behind snow thrower was built after 2008, Ariens recommends using Ariens part number 00068800 L3 Lube. This is a synthetic gear oil and is available from any Ariens servicing dealer.
If your walk-behind snow thrower was built before 2008 and has gear oil (not grease) in the auger gear case, then Ariens also recommends the new synthetic gear oil part number 00068800 L3 Lube as the best choice. L2 Lube (Ariens part number 00008000) is also acceptable for these gearcases. A non-synthetic gear oil (often used in automotive gearcases) in NOT acceptable for these gear cases.
Older auger gear cases that have grease, or a product called Liquid Grease, must be refilled with grease rather than oil. For grease filled gear cases (mostly from the 1960's and 1970's), use Ariens part number 00006000. For auger gear cases that use Liquid Grease (some Sno-Thro's built in the 1980's and early 1990's) use Ariens part number 00007200.
Your local Ariens servicing dealer can advise which lubricant to use. For a list of local dealers, click here.
Generally speaking, the lubricant in an auger gear case does not need to be changed or serviced unless the gear case is being rebuilt or there is evidence that the gear case is leaking. A tiny amount of lubricant may be be pushed out of the gear case seals from expansion during hot summer months. This is normal and does not indicate a leak that needs to be repaired.
IMPORTANT: See your owners manual for detailed instructions on checking the level and adding gear case lubricant to your machine.
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November 21, 2011
Answer: 
Hello and thank you for your question.
You haven’t specified if this question it’s in regards to oil level in auger gear case or oil level in crankcase?
In any case, gear cases are filled to the correct level at the factory and unless there is an evidence of leakage there should be no need for additional lubricant.
Engine on the other is shipped with 5W-30 oil in crankcase and for the exact level that
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Hello and thank you for your question.
You haven’t specified if this question it’s in regards to oil level in auger gear case or oil level in crankcase?
In any case, gear cases are filled to the correct level at the factory and unless there is an evidence of leakage there should be no need for additional lubricant.
Engine on the other is shipped with 5W-30 oil in crankcase and for the exact level that is required for your unit you would need to refer to the ENGINE manual that was shipped with your unit. Typically crankcase it’s filled so that once measured it indicates that oil level it’s in between "min" and "max' on the dipstick.
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Can I use the same 5W-30 oil in auger gear case and crankcase?

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December 9, 2015
I just bought the sno-tek snow blower. The auger case did not come with a dip-stick so I can't tell if I need to add more oil or not. Can I use the same oil for both auger gearcase and the crankcase?
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December 14, 2015
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No the gear box takes a different oil then the engine. The gear box will take a part number 00068800 Please check the owners manual on how to measure the oil in the gear case.
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Will the spark work for Arien 24 compact?

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October 23, 2015
I have an Ariens compact 24 with Model # 920021. It seems to me that the engine are the same 208cc.
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October 26, 2015
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It looks like the plug is the same. The part number of the spark plug is a 21547400.
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does spark plug need adjusting?

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October 18, 2015
I'm purchasing this spark plug for sno-tek 920402 that is four years old; can I install the spark plug without checking the gap size? I have no experience,tools, or knowledge, on how to check and how to adjust. I don't believe I checked gap size last year, and it worked fine. Is the gap pre-set at factory of manufacture?
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The gap can be pre-set but it is recommended to check the gap to be sure it is correct.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A must buy starters kit! This item includes most of the maintenance parts for the Sno-tek by Ariens snowblowers. For less than $10, you're prep with a full size engine oil, one spark plug, fuel stabilzier for 2.5 gallons of gasoline, and a spare engine key. It's a must buy starter kit for the Sno-tek line up. November 17, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by very nice kit, great value perfect companion maintenance kit designed for my LCT engine on my Sno-tek snowblower... November 8, 2011
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