Ariens launches Henry’s Parts

Seven years after selling Stens and JThomas Parts, the aftermarket parts businesses, Ariens Company has launched Henry’s Parts and Equipment. Ariens unveiled the new parts business in October and announced it to dealers during Ariens “Road Show” visits around the U.S.

“Henry’s is committed to delivering affordable outdoor power equipment parts that meet the high standards of quality set by our namesake Henry Ariens in 1933,” says the new Henry’s Parts website. The company says the Henry’s line of Outdoor Power Equipment parts is available exclusively through the Ariens and Gravely dealer network.

The line features several categories of parts including belts; blades; deck components; lubricants, oils and chemicals; string trimmer line; snow parts; tires, wheels and tubes; and more. These parts are available for a range of power equipment brands.

AriensCo began in 1933 when Henry Ariens and his sons Steve, Leon and Francis developed the first American-made rotary tiller for farm and garden use. Ariens built its Model A tiller in Brillion, Wis. The original factory there now houses the company’s museum.