Powerful 369cc Ariens AX369 Engine
Designed to function in sub-zero conditions
120-volt electric start w/recoil (cord not included)

Super High-Output Impeller (SHO)
Faster impeller speeds by way of modified belts and pulleys
Improved output and throwing distance

Disc-O-Matic Drive System With Large Cast Iron Gear Case
Easily shift into any of the six forward or two reverse speeds

5.5" Wide Directional Snow Track
Gives you extreme maneuverability and improved traction
Ideal for gravel drives and for steep hills and inclines

Auto-Turn Steering Technology
Senses change in direction automatically as you turn
Adjusts power to the inside track to make turning easier

Quick Turn Chute Control
Rotates up to 200 degrees using single lever

Remote Chute Deflector Control
Dash-mounted control to change position & angle of the deflector

Keeps your fingertips toasty warm in sub-zero weather



Engine Brand Ariens Engine Type 4-Cycle OHV CC 369 CCs Starting System 120-Volt Electric /w Recoil Fuel Tank 0.8 Gallons Torque 17 lbs

Auger Housing / Chute Control

Auger Diameter 14 Inches Impeller Diameter 14 Inches Profile Steel 3-Blade Auger Material Serrated Steel Chute Material Steel Chute Rotation Quick-Turn Turning Radius 200 degrees Max Throwing Distance 55 Feet Clearing Width 28 Inches Intake Height 21 Inches

Drive System

Drive Disc-O-Matic Steering Auto-Turn Gear Case Cast Iron Reverse Speeds 2 Reverse Tire Type Directional Snow Trac Forward Speeds 6 Forward Tire Size Tracks


Remote Deflector Controls Yes Drift Cutters Sold Separately Front Weights Sold Separately Interlocking Controls Yes Hand Warmers Yes Headlights Halogen Skid Shoes Included - Reversible


Weight 306.3 Pounds Product Length 58.5 Inches Product Width 29.9 Inches Product Height 45.3 Inches Consumer Warranty 3 Years Commercial Warranty 90 Days





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Ariens Platinum Track 28 SHO (28") 369cc Two-Stage Snow Blower

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Two complaints

I think the auto-turn could be much better; such as reversing the direction of the inner track. I also wonder why the drive-engage depresses from the top--natural instinct is to squeeze from the bottom.

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