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Ariel’s 922003 Auger Belt

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I rescued an old Ariens from a scrap yard. It has the Tecumseh HS50 engine. I purchased a new carburetor and got it running.
However, the auger belt is missing and need the dimensions. Any tricks on installing along width length and width of belt?
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Welcome to the forum! Nice rescue!

Googling your model number brought me to a parts list and diagram at partstree.com:
https://www.partstree.com/parts/arie...er-parts-list/

It looks like the belt is Ariens part 07205600.

Jack's Small Engines sells it for $17, implication is it's an OEM belt:
https://www.jackssmallengines.com/ja...riens/07205600

This Amazon link is for an aftermarket belt, and lists it as 1/2"x32", for $8:



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Thanks for quick reply. Here’s a photo of the Ariens 922003. Just needs an auger belt and new recoil. Electric start still works. It purrs after new carburetor set up.
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Welcome!
This YouTube video is a belt change for your machine - I think??




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You folks rock with your wisdom and knowledge on the old orange. This Ariens appears to be a stout little machine. Im surprised how well it fired up and ran.
I’ll check at the local auto store or order the belt as suggested from Amazon!
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Curious what model the tractor is. Looks like a '75 '003 bucket. 5HP...I'm assuming the tractor is a 922014.

I own the prior year's version of that machine. They have a surprising amount of grunt to them and are much easier to use than a 10,000 series.

Also, it definitely is a 72056 belt, and the two tractor belts are probably 72023's.

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922003 Ariens. I ended up buying the auger belt at a local farm supply store 1/2” by 32”. The Ariens with the new carburetor and belt runs surprisingly well with the Tecumseh HS50 and is a small tank. I’m fortunate to rescue the lil machine. The belt change was a rather simple after watching YouTube video. You folks really helped me and I appreciate taking time for guidance!
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Awesome! Just make sure the belt is strong enough for the application. Snowblower belts are different than things like automotive fan belts, I guess, or other "light duty" belts. You need to match size, but also make sure that the new belt is strong enough. Yours may be fine, it just seems worth mentioning, if it was perhaps purchased as a "generic" belt of a certain size.

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