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Help with a Deluxe 28 Part Number

I reviewed the parts manual for my Ariens Deluxe 28 model #921022 and could find anything. Does anybody know a part number for this piece of black rubber that protects the end of the cable that attached to the chute? As you can see, mine is split in half. Is this something to worry about? Do I have to buy the whole cable assembly for the piece I need? Thanks.
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I reviewed the parts manual for my Ariens Deluxe 28 model #921022 and could find anything. Does anybody know a part number for this piece of black rubber that protects the end of the cable that attached to the chute? As you can see, mine is split in half. Is this something to worry about? Do I have to buy the whole cable assembly for the piece I need? Thanks.
NO you need not worry about that. it is more for looking cool than anything else.

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You could glue that together rather easily with gorilla glue or something similar. I guess its there to protect the cable from the elements ,rusting & maybe freezing up.
You know what they say: Duct tape saves the world but I think some glue
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I would trade the machine in and upgrade!!
Use some crazy glue.
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I don't know if it is possible with yours, but I know Ariens flipped the assembly upside down and has the cable coming in from the top now. This prevents water from going down the cable.

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you could use electrical tape. also. it should be a stainless steel cable. other than that I would not lose any sleep over it.

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Need the model and serial number to find some parts.

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Need the serial number to check the Ariens site but the generic sites seem to sell it only as an assembly.

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you could use electrical tape.
That should work good.
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Electrical tape ?? IMHO that wouldn't even make it through summer with the adhesive melting and turning to goo. In the winter once it got cold it would just crack up and fall off. It's not designed to handle much heat and no movement.

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