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post #1 of 12 Old 01-26-2020, 02:27 PM Thread Starter
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Airens 7524 model 932141

Just bought this unit works good,runs great,previous owner just replaced gearbox for the auger.the gear selector linkage is loose where it meets the cover at the bottom of the machine.anyone have experience with this.cant figure out how to load pics
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Do you mean the rod from the handlebar/dash to the lever at the tractor body is sloppy fit? Or that lever at the body is floppy?
The 932 series has a lot of issues with the shifter fork inside the tractor body. It sits in the peeled out body hole and angles up toward the engine where there is another peeled IN body hole. Each end should have a plastic bushing cupping the rod in the holes. This is usually where slop is on these or the previous owner replaced the friction wheel and didn't reinstall the fork washers. If it's just the rod from the handle down to the tractor, they had a couple different designs, one has an adjustment trunnion down by the tractor, the other has the trunnion up under the dashboard. The lever down by the body has a set screw on the underside that may be loose.
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This is waht makes up the friction drive inside the cover and how the parts are arranged.



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I absolutely hate this model Areins....just sayin.
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The part going into the cover is sloppy,it goes through a hole through the cover.if I upgrade to a paid subscription can I post pics
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You already have the ability to post photos from this end. Not sure how you're trying to do it that doesn't work.
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I don't use a hosting site. My photos are on my computer. If you go below the empty reply box and hit the "Go Advanced" button another screen will open with another empty reply box and below that on the left will be a button for adding attachments.


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I hate when the shaft pops out of the cup and slams the unit into full high gear! Had a customer call me on that last year DURING a snow storm as I just serviced it a few weeks prior. I showed him the poor design where the "tab" is bent in and told him over time it will just move, get loose again and fall out. Why didn't Ariens weld in a gusset to keep it from moving?
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