Ariens Deluxe 30
Released November, 2010
The Pros:Works through hard packed snow easily, don't even have to slow down. Hurls snow the 50 feet it advertises, gets it well out of the way. Directional shute is easy to move around quickly.
The Cons:Doesn't make coffee.
The Ariens Deluxe 30 is a mid-cost snowblower with a 30" clearing width. The snow chute of the the Deluxe 30 can throw snow up to fifty feet, and the 2.5x ice drill manual chute control allows you to dictate where the snow goes.
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The Briggs & Stratton 305cc 1450 series Ariens Polar Force engine of this snowblower offers six forward speeds and 2 reverse speeds. The tires of this snowblower are 15" x 5" directional snow tread tires that are designed to perform in slippery conditions. A clean-out tool is included for maintenance. This snowblower differs from the lower cost Deluxe 28 model in that it has a more powerful engine, as well as a higher clearing width. The Ariens Deluxe 30 is contructed entirely of steel.
- Briggs & Stratton 305cc 1450 series Ariens Polar Force engine
- 120 volt electric start with recoil back-up
- 2.9 quart fuel capacity
- 6 forward speeds / 2 reverse speeds
- 30" clearing width
- 21" housing height
- Throws snow up to 50 feet
- 200º 2.5x ice drill manual chute control
- Dual-handle interlock system
- Reversible skid shoes
- Standard clean-out tool
- All steel construction
- Heavy-duty aluminum XS gear case
- 14" Steel serrated auger
- Three blade, 14" steel impeller
- Remote locking axle
- 15” x 5” Directional snow tread tires
User Reviews (3)
works through hard packed snow easily, don't even have to slow down
hurls snow the 50 feet it advertises, gets it well out of the way
directional shute is easy to move around quickly
can aim the discharge high or low as needed, great for variable terrain
light is effective, helps you avoid obstacles
starts up on the first try every time
fairly quiet when running, won't wake up the whole neighborhood
control layout is accessible when you're in motion
solidly constructed, should last for years of use
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