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Working on my ariens pro, getting ready for the winter. wanted to check the belts, etc for the winter and when i pulled off the bottom cover there was a spring on the bottom of the pan. I was hoping someone could tell me how to upload a image of it to the thread. It would make it easier to ID. It seems funny since its only a year old come this February. Thanks in advance for your time.....
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Hello,
Working on my ariens pro, getting ready for the winter. wanted to check the belts, etc for the winter and when i pulled off the bottom cover there was a spring on the bottom of the pan. I was hoping someone could tell me how to upload a image of it to the thread. It would make it easier to ID. It seems funny since its only a year old come this February. Thanks in advance for your time.....
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Guessing model 926040? The swing plate (thing the lower drive pulley is mounted to) has a shorter spring that attaches to the right front corner, and then to a notch on the frame. Brake spring? Either one of the idler pulley brackets loose?

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I moved this to the Ariens section since it's more a specific question for an Ariens model. Please post the model and serial number.




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Where does it go ??-1206150902a.jpgThe mod.# is a 926040 and I hope this helps. Removed bucket to fix the bushing, reinstalled it and went to check if I needed to grease the rest. hope the picture helps. thank you all for the quick replies...
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Do you have this spring in place for the swing plate?

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Sorry about that.... the serial # is 039720
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Did you take the belt cover off and look for the spring in picture above?
I was just thinking, if it's not there, you may have no reference for where it should be.
On the schematic above, the spring attaches to the swing plate very near where call out #35 (the actual number "35", not where it points to) is on the schematic, and then links to the tractor frame in a notch. If you locate call out #40 and continue that little bolt picture in a line LEFT to the tractor body in the schematic, that's the notch.

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Thanks jtclays for the info. I guess I have to remove the bucket again to get a good look.
Funny thing is, everything appears to work the right way when using the handles. It returns to the correct position when released. (either handle) So again thank-you and will keep you updated when I can remove bucket.
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