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Want to replace solid tires on 922006

I am new with these old Ariens - I have a 922006 - with the solid rubber tires. Can I change them to something like these or not?
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I am new with these old Ariens - I have a 922006 - with the solid rubber tires. Can I change them to something like these or not?
I'm not sure. Usually the ones with solid tires have a different wheel that doesn't work with a tube or tubeless tire or may even be bonded to the wheel. I dont' know specifically on your Ariens Model.

But you can always look around for someone selling the wheel/tire assemblies off their machine or even a machine with good tires and a blown engine for the wheels. Just need to make sure the shaft diameter matches and that they'd fit your machine.
Sometimes you need to be creative.

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According to this site, yes:

Tire and Wheel Assembly [07124100] for Ariens Lawn Equipment | eReplacement Parts


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I started your own thread as this didn't have anything to do with the OP's question.

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Thanks so much! The hard rubber is not so great.
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I put these on an early Ariens
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Sometimes you need to be creative.
I'll ditto that thought.
I had the same problem, not with an Ariens, but the same principle.....i.e. worn out hard rubber tires on non-pneumatic wheels. It took some scrabbling around, but with some good advice I was given here at the forum and a lot of research on my own, I came up with as good a solution as I'm likely to find for a nearly 40 year old machine.
You might want to check out my thread for ideas.

https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...es-wheels.html

Here's another relevant thread on this same topic:
https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...-retrofit.html

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I put these on an early Ariens
Do you recall which tires and wheels those are?

Thanks you all for the links and help! Speaking if wheels and tires - how do I lock/unlock the differential if this machine has one?
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Pretty Sure they came off a 5-22 MTD.
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Pretty Sure they came off a 5-22 MTD.
I haven't pulled the 3 bolt hubs off yet - does the axle have a hole for a pin like in your pic or did you have to drill it?

Also any chance you have a model number or the tire size on those side walls?
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