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Ariens 910019 Throttle cable

6hp Tecumseh- 24in, snapped the throttle cable today- can't seem to locate the part number of the cable (parts group 31/32/33 about 30in long, reverse action) I prefer to source the oem part before trying to make one. Thanks.
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Parts Diagram: https://parts.ariens.com/partlookup_...157/01030001/y

Part on diagram #32, Part number 06908500 $57.15 OEM Ariens https://parts.ariens.com/product-p/0...1%2Fy&ariqty=1

Other sources: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=06908500&atb=v185-1&ia=web

I'd be tempted to use a generic throttle cable myself but I'm cheap.
https://www.amazon.com/s?k=tecumseh+...b_sb_ss_i_1_25

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Thank you, 32 is the whole assembly. I just wonder about quality of aftermarket cable- I can reuse the throttle itself.
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I doubt Ariens makes the cable. If their P O S cable broke so soon, how much worse can aftermarket be ? A drop of oil can do wonders
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You mentioned going OEM and it appears that getting the whole assembly is the only way they sell it. If you want to only replace the cable then you're going to have to make something fit.

If now you want to know about aftermarket it should be the same quality or maybe better if you upgrade to something vinyl covered. I just don't physically know how the cable attaches to the throttle control to know what to look for to fit your needs.

Fat City, I doubt it was a POS as the model appears to be 20 or more years old. Things wear and they break for a number of reasons. Not all of them are because the item is poorly made.


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This ^^^^^^^^ I'm thinking older than that. Nice machine, converted to electronic ignition and electric start.

I did lubricate it but using it at -20C I wonder if the lubricant froze. It can be rebuild easily, there is a guy on ebay that has NOS I call him, likely won't ship here tho.
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Not sure if this will help you?

I bought several MotionPro universal throttle cables from FortNine.ca. I have used them on my BCS 2-wheel tractor, my neighbor's ancient blower and my Honda Ascot motorcycle. They are 72" long with a ball on one end and a barrel on the other.
We're only at -10 here - like Spring


EDIT: Oops! I guess this is not the right type of cable.
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I needed a solid core type. Will cut this one.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Throttle-wi...53.m2749.l2649
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