Standing in your driveway at 7 A.M. with a foot of snow on the ground, and a wind chill below zero, is the last place you want to finally figure out how to start your new snow blower.
So here’s an easy cheat sheet to help you get your snow blower fired up when you need it most.
There’s nothing worse than getting a surprise jolt when you snag a crack in the sidewalk, right?
From gravel to asphalt and concrete, a good pair of skid shoes guides your snow blower over those cracks and bumps.
Push around a 250 pound snow blower for half an hour and you might break a sweat.
Then add 12+ inches of snow to the equation, and you can count on getting one heck of a workout.
But Ariens Company has a solution to make these heavyweight machines less intimidating. Auto-Turn Steering Technology.
It’s so easy, your grandma could do it! Learn how Auto-Turn Steering works.
Big bad four-wheel drive! It won’t help you on a sheet of ice.
For some, the only confidence booster they need is to see the flashing lights of a salt truck passing down the road.
Some states do it better than others, but once that salt hits the ground, the magic begins.
Do you want your old trusty mower to start back up in the spring, after several months in hibernation? Then properly preparing it for winter storage is crucial.
Otherwise, you might as well throw a new mower on your Christmas list, and hope Santa won’t charge you for delivery after making these naughty mistakes.
Watch our video on how to replace a broken shear pin on an Ariens two stage snow blower.
Your hand begins to feel numb, like it’s falling asleep. Then comes a shocking sensation, like a hundred stingers piercing your fingers at once.
Unless you just cut down a tree with a beehive, the tingling pain in your hand and fingers could be caused by the vibrations from your chainsaw.
Do you feel the vibrations?
How far will you go to find Ethanol-Free gas? 5, 10, 20 miles, or all the way to Alaska?
The hunt is on! Maybe a gas station supplying ethanol-free fuel is right around the corner.
Find the closest one near you!
All this talk about ethanol and bad gas leaves many homeowners and landscapers constantly worried about refueling their power equipment.
Repair shops know it all too well, how ethanol and stale gas affects your equipment. They’re seeing the damage every day.
But for those who want to see it to believe it, here’s your chance. Check out the effects of ethanol up close!