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10ml60D differential assembly

Anyone know how to re-assemble this left wheel on a '65 Ariens Snow Thro? It has been out of commission for about 20 years and has lots of life I hope. I believe all the parts are okay I just don't know the proper way to put it back. Only the right wheel was turning.

1. Does the retaining washer get installed with the small tabs up as shown in the photo of the wheel?

2. Does the friction spring go on top of the retaining washer in the hub so it holds the washer in place?

3. There was a small 3/16 " roll pin loose and unattached inside the hub. I was able to re-insert it in the hole on the pawl, facing outward away from the body.

4. How does that small pin get installed? (See picture of body with axle/pawl) Does the pin line up with something or just catch on something so the pawls open up and grab the cog inside the hub?
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I don't but I'm sure someone will be along to help you out.

Here is the Ariens site with an exploded parts diagram for the 10ML60D - - > https://parts.ariens.com/partlookup_...RN/10ml60//1/y
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Thanks for the diagram ... looks like the friction spring and retainer washer go into the friction cup. The friction cup bearing cap is the part that is bolted to the body... Then the roll pin is aligned (facing inward) into the loop in the friction spring. This causes the pawl to engage when the axle turns. My photos show the pieces resting on the wheel, instead of inside the cup.
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