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10-29-10, 03:24 PM   #1  
Ariens snowblower

Replaced the friction disk on my model 932100 824. My problem is, When I put the roll pins back in, some how they didn't line up right. Because when I push the blower and then depress the traction handle, the blower still goes forward. It is supposed to stop. What did I do wrong? How do you align the inner shaft with the outer hex shaft?

 
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10-29-10, 05:25 PM   #2  
The blower is supposed to be "in netural" or disconnected when the lever is released. When the lever is engaged, you should not be able to push it freely as it is in drive.

 
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10-29-10, 06:02 PM   #3  
What I was trying to say is, before I changed the disk, the wheels were free when I pushed it, and when I pressed the traction lever, the wheels are still free. Not the auger

 
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10-29-10, 06:11 PM   #4  
How come the wheels are free? Even when I press the handle

 
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10-30-10, 05:36 AM   #5  
Is there a keyway on the drive axle that may have fallen out?

 
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10-30-10, 07:08 AM   #6  
I just noticed that when the friction wheel is hitting the disk, I can still turn the tires and watching the chain sprocket still turn. Is there a key that goes under the small chain sprocket?

 
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10-30-10, 01:42 PM   #7  
Posted By: mailman2 I just noticed that when the friction wheel is hitting the disk, I can still turn the tires and watching the chain sprocket still turn. Is there a key that goes under the small chain sprocket?
It is possible, if you add your serial number to your model number, you should be able to locate a parts breakdown Here

 
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10-30-10, 06:23 PM   #8  
I have the manual and I all ready located the part. Thank you

 
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