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12-07-08, 07:10 AM   #1  
Snowblower differences

I'm looking at two Ariens 7hp/24" snowblowers.

They look identical in every way except for price.
The 920002 is $999,and the 932046 is $945.

They are advertised as "new"

Anybody know what the differences are?
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12-07-08, 08:22 AM   #2  
Stay away from the 932046. That is a HomeDepot model. I have had 2 in the shop this year for the same problem. Not being able to shift them. The problem is the shift fork and it's set up. Cost customers $250 to fix.
Looking at the set up on the 920002, that looks more like a "real" Ariens.

 
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12-07-08, 08:30 AM   #3  
I went to the Ariens site and they don't list either one,just the 624e

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12-07-08, 03:50 PM   #4  
Posted By: daswede I went to the Ariens site and they don't list either one,just the 624e

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The Ariens site ONLY shows current models sold by Ariens dealers. The ones you are looking at are: 920002=2007 932046=2006. That explains why you can't find them on the Ariens site.

 
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12-07-08, 04:01 PM   #5  
That makes sense. Thanks for your reply.

 
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12-09-08, 08:41 AM   #6  
Follow up

From the mouth of Ariens. "The 920002 is the lastest design.Frame and gear are different from the 932046".

You may be right about the troublesome 932046

 
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