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removing the bucket

i'm thinking about removing the bucket on my 932105 Ariens this spring,to clean up some rust around the impeller housing inside the bucket,just wondering what kind of job that is,since ive never done that before.thanks
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i'm thinking about removing the bucket on my 932105 Ariens this spring,to clean up some rust around the impeller housing inside the bucket,just wondering what kind of job that is,since ive never done that before.thanks
Depends on how far you want to take it. any where from a hour to 6 hours.

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You are not going to have fun getting that pulley off the back of the auger housing. I looked at the parts diagram.

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I'm not going to help since you 'h8' the Packers (kidding).. read the manual links and jump into it- may or may not go well. You won't know until your at it. Hope all goes well.. even if your not a Packer fan.
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