$ 1,699.00

Ariens Deluxe 30(30") 306cc Two-Stage Snow Thrower


Powerful 306cc Ariens AX306 Engine
Designed to function in sub-zero conditions
Throws snow from 3 ft. up to 50 ft.
120-volt electric start w/recoil (cord not included)

Disc-O-Matic Drive System
Easily shift into any of the six forward or two reverse speeds
Large Cast Iron Gear Case
Provides additional power in extreme snow conditions
Delivers more engine power to the auger to throw snow

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

Chute Rotates Up To 200 Degrees
Single lever adjusts direction and height of snow stream

Interlocking Controls
Locks both handles, freeing one hand for chute operation

In-Dash Remote Chute Deflector
Adjust discharge chute up and down from the operator position

16” x 4.8” Directional Tread Tires
Virtually eliminates the need for tire chains



Engine Brand Ariens

Engine Type 4-Cycle OHV

CC 306 CCs

Starting System 120-Volt Electric /w Recoil

Fuel Tank 0.66 Gallons

Torque 15 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 2.5x Crank

Turning Radius 200 degrees

Max Throwing Distance 50 Feet

Clearing Width 30 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 Tread

Forward Speeds 6 Forward

Tire Size 16" x 4.8"


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 276 Pounds

Product Length 58.3 Inches

Product Width 32.4 Inches

Product Height 45.5 Inches

Consumer Warranty 3 Years

Commercial Warranty 90 Days






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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Kevin Murphy

Looks great, but won't be able to use till next winter.