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post #1 of 15 Old 02-18-2014, 08:34 PM Thread Starter
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What Is This Part Please?

Found it under the pro 28 today. Not sure if from the blower. It's about 1 1/2" long 3/4" wide.

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flux capacitor locking clip

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Looks like a clip to something. When you say under the blower do you mean in the belly pan or literally on the floor under it? Sorry, but I don't recognize it. Any chance it is some type of wheel clip?

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On the floor under blower. I've been looking at pro 28 part diagrams and did not see anything that looks like it.
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Hymulator? Or, as detrdrbuzzard says, it might be from the flux capacitor.
Honestly, I don't know but looks like it coule be some type of a cable retaining clip?

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Looks like a retaining clip that would go into a groove on the OD of a shaft to keep something in position on that shaft, like a circlip or snap ring.
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Maybe a cable guide?
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I looked at all the parts diagrams available on the Ariens site and the only part that looks somewhat like it is on the engine. The part was called Belt Finger.
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It reminds me of the "clip" that holds the chute deflector cable to the arm that turns the chute left/right
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I looked the blower over pretty well. Everything seems as it should, can't find anything missing. I'm beginning to believe it's not from the blower. maybe I should start looking at my Toro single stage.
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