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Ariens Snow Blowers Category

Available replacement parts listed below, please click product number to view more information about each replacement part.

Original Model: Tecumseh Various

If you have a blower that has a different engine on it than these that are listed feel free to email me the engine model number, crankshaft dimensions, and send me a picture of it on the unit and I will see what else may be available for it. Tim@SmallEngineWarehouse.com The models with a H50-H60-H70 engines on them typically have a 3/4"x2-5/16" shaft on them. The Briggs Intek OHV 5-7.75hp engines will normally replace these engines. You would likely have to knock the mounting studs out of the frame and use normal bolts to bolt it down. The models with the HM80-HM100, HMSK80-HMSK100, and LH318-LH358 engines on them typically use a 1"x2-3/8" shaft on them, you could buy one with a longer shaft and add a bushing to the end of it to hold the pulley in place. NOTICE: You could also buy another engine on our website with a 3/4" diameter shaft on it and change your pulleys. If your chute control rod goes above the engine you would have to buy the same series of engine or we wouldn't have anything for you unless you can redo the crank and move it out of the way.

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General Disclaimer

While we may have sold many engines listed above to be used for a Ariens Snow Blowers Category, we are NOT claiming these are exact replacements unless the product notes explicitly say so. Many original equipment engines may no longer be in production because of obsolesence or EPA regulations, so in some cases there may not be an exact replacement available. Our intention here is to show that other customers have utilized these in the equipment shown, but may have had to make some modifications to do so. If we know of any required changes, we will list those, however, some adapting during installation should be expected.