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Twade
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2017/01/01 12:22:51 (permalink)
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Ariens 924517

I had to replace the pinion sprocket in my snow blower. After putting it all back together it ran great for a few mins. After it started to act up again. It was then I noticed that the pinion shaft was loose and wobbling. Could this just be an adjustment that i need to make or do i need to replace the drive disk? Any help would be awsome. Have a lot of snow to move.
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Tom
post edited by Twade - 2017/01/01 16:45:24

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    kawimaniac2145
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    Re: Ariens 924517 2017/03/28 21:26:50 (permalink)
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    do you have a model number for it? also try check the seals and or bearings around where the seal go through. if that's not it. check the pinion shaft for signs of wear like deep scratches, light bend, or just signs of old an old part. same with the disk.
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    Re: Ariens 924517 2017/11/10 07:07:56 (permalink)
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    Can you give us model number? If the cable broke inside a swaged fitting replace the cable.
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    Re: Ariens 924517 2017/11/10 10:19:10 (permalink)
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    Come on guys OP gave you the model umber. It is a 924517 which is a ST1336DLE.
     
    Since I have even even a snowblower in person but if if OP can give me the pinion location I may be able to see how it is setup.
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    Re: Ariens 924517 2017/12/12 14:04:10 (permalink)
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    I know this is a very old post by the original poster but just want to make a couple points.
     
    First off AVB is correct the original poster did put the model number in the heading, would also help if this information was also in the body of the message along with Serial Number.
     
    Next thing is it would help if the poster had included the part number of the part that had been replaced to help identify what had been done. It is often confusing when one person might refer to one part by a different name than someone else. 
     
    Also, I'm new here, but if there is any chance of attaching a photo of the part in question it will help under stand what the problem is and what can be done to correct it!
     
    Personally I have not had any experience with any Ariens blower less that maybe 20 years old but right now have around half a dozen from mid 1960's up to late 1970's.
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    Re: Ariens 924517 2017/12/12 14:07:22 (permalink)
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    Forgot to mention in last post for information on Ariens a good place to look is Ariens!
     
    http://apache.ariens.com/cgibin/ctrg0005?SESSIONID=0.7002090361336866&Site=ARIENSS
     
    Go there and put in some of your information and yopu can see lots of information.
     
    At the least go to the parts book and make note of the part you need help with!
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