Ariens Dlx Sno-Thro Review

By October 10, 2016Tools
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254Cc Engine: While you can find a bigger engine, the Ariens DLX Sno-Thro’s 254cc engine has respectable power. This machine is super efficient, reliable and powerful.
Heated Handles: If you spend more than a few minutes in sub-freezing temperatures with your hands fixed on handlebars, even with gloves, you’ll quickly come to appreciate this model’s heated handles.
Remotely-Operated Chute: When snow blowing, one of the main reasons you’ll slow down isn’t your own stamina, but having to stop and make adjustments to the discharge chute. Remotely controlling that operation keeps you moving.
Directional Snow Tires: This model’s snow-tread tires dig in and prevent slippery operation. Its wheels also turn in the direction you want to go, instead having to wrestle the machine into turns.
Weight: All that power and convenience comes with a heavy price, this machine weighs more than 250 pounds – it’s a beast to transport.

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About Francis K.

Francis K. doesn’t stray too far from his toolshed. In fact, other than a brief stint at college, he’s been working on DIY projects or professional woodworking since he was a teenager. If it involves handiwork and a little elbow grease, he’s your guy.