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Anyone have instructions or a pic of the Friction Plate Assembly

I need to figure out how to assemble the plate to the metal bracket.

I would need a pic in between (on the inside) the plate and the large metal bracket.
I only have found pic of the top or bottom.

This I need in between pic
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I need a pic like this. Im not sure if 2 of those gold bushings are used, one opposite to the other, or just one.
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I don't know how that is set up, but I know the older Ariens used a 2 piece design to hold the impeller bearing from both sides.

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Which Ariens do you have ?? Model # ??

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Which Ariens do you have ?? Model # ??

921022 Deluxe 28
I'm not sure how tight tolerances are but this thing is all over the place, lol.
I took that plate off to give it a good clean and lube but when spinning the plate there is a slight wooble.

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I also noticed that the other pulley is very close to the frame of the bucket to the point that there are some rub marks. I took it apart thinking maybe some washer was missing, but according to the schematics it's all there.
Then again I've already found some errors on the schematics themselves.
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