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Newbie question about re powering Ariens 924

Hy folks, I'm new to the repowering world for snow blowers . I have use for the las few years a Ariens 924 st10 28. The blower is in great shape. The motor quit on me last winter. I'm looking to put another motor on the blower. I'v been reading a few forums here and there and one thing alway comes up. Dual shaft or single shaft . How do i know if i have a single or a dual shaft motor ? Here the model I have:

https://www.manualslib.com/manual/94...?page=10#manua

My motor is HMSK100-159119s

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Easiest way to tell is to look at the belts, The duel shaft has a second pulley that spins the opposite direction as the main shaft and is used to drive the wheels, If you have two pulleys one behind the other on the main shaft then it's a single shaft, Ariens did use duel shaft engines but mostly single shaft. The pic that comes up shows a single shaft setup.
Here is a pic of a dual shaft, The second pulley will drive the wheels.

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