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Re: Need help with Ariens Deluxe 30 please!!!
#1   Mar 14, 2011 8:17 pm
...just wait til you find out it was stolen!
Re: Need help with Ariens Deluxe 30 please!!!
#2   Mar 14, 2011 4:53 pm
I have an Ariens Platinum 24 from last year and I start it with the throttle full on.  When the engine catches, I back off a tiny bit on the throttle..  About the same time I have to turn my choke down a click.  Even on the cold days, full choke seems to be too rich for the engine. I let it run only 30 seconds or so before I go back to full throttle and zero choke.

Even after the engine is fully warm, I can't back off the throttle too much or the engine turns off.  I'd say, if the throttle slides a total of 3 inches (and full power is full right on the throttle), if you back it up an inch or so the engine turns off.

BTW, you are supposed to run these engines at full throttle whenever you're blowing snow or even having it motor along without the augers spinning.
Re: Video of my Ariens blowing snow
#3   Feb 24, 2011 9:28 pm
I'm jealous!  Can you swing out over to New Hampshire and do the same mod on my Ariens 24? Hell, let's add a turbo the next time around!
Re: Best Snow thrower or Electric shovel for doing a Roof
#4   Feb 15, 2011 10:41 pm
aa335 wrote:
But I'm sure it won't top the video of the guy in Chicago who uses his snowblower to bury his neighbor's car because she stole his shovel.


Now, THAT is funny!
Re: Best Snow thrower or Electric shovel for doing a Roof
#5   Feb 15, 2011 7:27 pm
aa335 wrote:
Yeah, I the metal roof should be able to hold up the tire threads, it's the rest of the tractor weight and the loose nut behind the steering wheel that I worry about. 


Yes, well, I wanted to enter my 40th useless post to this forum so I had to relax my usual high editorial standards!
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