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post #1 of 21 Old 02-20-2018, 09:42 PM Thread Starter
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1978 Ariens 922022 Sn 010242 Engine ?

Greetings

This may be my first post from a long time lurker.

Just picked the above Ariens from a neighbor but it is missing a number of parts and I am trying to determine if it is repower candidate,

Missing the engine, crank pulley, pulley cover and complete chute rotating mechanism(crank, stand off, worm gear etc)

My first concern is wondering if the original 6 hp Tecumseh was a dual crank engine? Model # H60-75376M.

It appears I made the pick one week late on the balance of parts. Was thinking restored this would compliment my mothers uncles old 924039 sn 000483.

Great forum and thank you in advance!

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Just as I finished posting my neighbor stopped by to talk about the blower. He mentioned the original Tecumseh was dual crank. The engine threw a rod a few years ago so he pitched it but he may have some of the missing parts.

So now my question is there any way to repower this with a single crank engine.

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Thank you from the parts breakdown I was not confident it was dual Pto.

I'll investigate the following thread

https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...5hp-clone.html

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The problem is the cam pto runs half speed and opposite direction of the crank. The transmission is designed to run opposite, so you end up with all your forward selections being your reverse and forward is limited to the one or two reverse. On some MTD style machines there's enough room inside the tractor housing to flip the trans or cut the shift lever and reweld it flipped 180 degrees to regain the same speed selection slots for your shifter. On Ariens, they are very congested inside the tractor body and usually very specific spring mounts and similar attachment points for other items, so it's not really worth the work. Check your local CL for another Tec dual shaft or someone here may have one near you.

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might want to post where you live so if someone here has a dual shaft motor and won't ship it you can go pick it up

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