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1032 D Drive broken

My 1032 D would not go forward or reverse . I spoke with the dealer and they recommended changing the drive wheel as that is what usually wears out . After changing the drive wheel I still had the same issue. I found that the lever that engages the drive plate had a broken weld. I removed the part and had it welded and the machine is as good as new.
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Nice looking repair.
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I have the Ariens version of that machine..... Same part broke the weld.....in the same spot. Makes sense, since they are the same machines!!!! I had the same results. Good work finding that one!!


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I had the metal (was aluminum on my 97 JD 1032D) break one of three ears off. Thing still moved but that holds the shaft straight. Found a used ariens one that was solid steel on ebay for something like $50 and it came with the shaft and round plate the friction disc contacts.


I wish it was just the arm like yours that broke as that would have been much easier. Though mine is much stronger now.
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