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Help me Spot My Ariens Model Number
Ariens places their model numbers and serial numbers on easy-to-find tags on their lawn equipment. Unless your equipment is very old, your model number should always begin with a 9. In most cases, the serial number is a stand-alone six-digit code. On some tags, though, other numbers and a letter will precede the serial number (for example, 123456M001004). If you see a serial number like this, just grab the last six digits (001004). Those are all you will need. Here’s where to look for ID tags on popular Ariens equipment:
If you have a front tine tiller, check the rear frame, between the two wheels.
On a zero-turn mower, check where you normally place your left foot. You should find the tag just under the footrest on the mower’s frame.
On an orange-painted snowblower, check the lower frame, just under the handles and between the wheels. On one of the newer snowblowers painted black, you can find the tag in the same place, but you’ll have to visit the Ariens site and use their parts lookup to find both snow blower and engine parts.
Remember, the parts for the engine may be specific to the engine’s manufacturer, so if your snow blower uses a Briggs and Stratton engine, you’ll want to check out our Briggs and Stratton page for helping finding that model number.
Ariens Knowledge Center
Is your riding mower on the fritz? Or maybe it just has a flat tire that needs immediate attention. Whether you need a new carburetor for your string trimmer, a push mower blade, or new tines for your tiller, we have you covered with thousands of Ariens spare parts to help you get back to work.
And with our repair resources, including our forums where you can find expert tool advice, and our how-to articles designed to simplify even the trickiest repairs, you can spend less time wondering how to complete a repair, and more time making your lawn look good.
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Ariens Goes to Washington
In 1933 Henry Ariens built the first rotary tiller in his garage. He then used a hands-on approach to sell his innovative product to local farmers, bringing test models to their fields and showing them how his tool “plows as it discs as it harrows.” Since then the company has become a brand that lawn-care professionals count on, and their mowers mow the White House lawn.