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'74 10000 Series Drive Issues

Decided to work on a traded in '74 10000 series with a drive issue. Turns out it was the Bearing Carrier. Having to cut the axle Flange to get the axle out made this more of a job than it had to be.
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Those aluminum Bearing carriers DO Break. All in the same spot. Some of the The "Older" Ariens had cast Iron Bearing Carriers that were not Prone to breaking. Not Sure When the went to the Aluminum Ones.
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