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Help with Ariens Year

I have had this thing for awhile. I got separated from it by a move and it sat outside unknowing to me and took a beating. I want to restore the whole thing. It doesn't have a engine anymore. I will need to re power it and figure out exact what year it is. The model number on the tractor and the stamp in metal are both decinegrated. What i do have left is the model # on the attachment. It reads 922003. From what my calculations of that and the look of the thing i'm thinking 72.
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here is a pic of the beast.
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According to The Ariens 1960's and 1970's Sno-Thro info site., that could be a 1971 to 1975 "22,000 series" machine.

It may not be possible to narrow it down further without the number off the tractor, but if you post some photos maybe someone could figure it out?

~1994 Ariens 924084 (ST1032) "papa bear": restored, re-engined, real nice!
1991 Ariens 924050 (ST824) "mama bear"
Toro PowerCurve 1800 "baby bear"

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here are a few more. So I do know it had the H40 4hp tecumseh on it. It is a 20 inch.
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Looks like u need a engine with two shafts if your repowering those can be a pain to find. Good luck
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Looks like u need a engine with two shafts if your repowering those can be a pain to find. Good luck
ugh yes. I was looking at that myself. I dont have the pulleys or anything left from the ones that were on the engine . Am i over my head?
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its a 73 to 74
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