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Ariens Deluxe 28 Friciton Disk Replacement

Anyone have any resources or video on how to do this? I have the new friction disk and started taking it apart. Baiscally what I have done so far is:
Serivce position. Took off bottom cover. Removed the three bolts on both sides that hold the bearing. Removed the two cotter pins on the shaft. I can't get the shaft to slide so I can get the friction disk assembly off. Do the bearings come off the shaft? Mine seem to be stuck on. I believe the bearings are what is not allowing me to move the shaft and get the disk off.

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Pictures so you know what I am talking about. Does that bearing slide off and mine is just rusted on?
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The bearings do in fact come off. Needed some oil a persuasion. Now its just a matter of putting it all back together.
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When I got the shaft out and the friction wheel assembly off two little parts fell off. A small bracket and a washer. #46 and #60 on this parts diagram. ----> https://ibb.co/c1VtjG

Anyone know where the washer goes?
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Good job, any special tools to get those bearings off or was the oil persuasion enough?

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When I got the shaft out and the friction wheel assembly off two little parts fell off. A small bracket and a washer. #46 and #60 on this parts diagram. ----> https://ibb.co/c1VtjG

Anyone know where the washer goes?
It goes on the inside of the selector shaft U shaped retainer.

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