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10ML35 Alive And Well

This had to be the Easiest Predator Swap I've Done on one of these Older Ariens Machines. Factory Engine Studs were long enough, and the Chute Crank needed No Mods. Tires were from a Small MTD.
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The 10000 series are still my favorites, I'll always restore them whenever I have the chance as I find them, a simple joy to work on, and the repowers work so well.

Nice job …..
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Those first series are a snap.....to repower.....
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Very nice! Did you drill holes on the axle so that you could pin the MTD wheels?


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Very nice! Did you drill holes on the axle so that you could pin the MTD wheels?

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On some of my machines, when I replaced wheel hubs, I used the ones with a keyway, and took my Dremel grinder, and put in a keyway on the axle. Just another way to achieve a new wheel setup. Works real nice on the split rim setup, using a tube. I did that many years ago on my Yardman when I wore out the solid Chevron tire, which by the way, those Chevron tread worked great.
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The Dremel: Such a handy tool..

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