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Impeller bearing....

Been having fun here reading up on snowblowers....Great site....I have a...

Ariens ST824..
Model..924020
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The impeller bearing is out and ordered stens 230-300 bearing .75 ID x 1 3/4 OD from Amazon that doesn't go on the shaft....The ID of bearing from amazon is a hair under .75... Do these bearings from china differ in ID size..I don't want to drive the bearing on and never get it off
Question---should I reorder and take my chances on getting one that fits, or buff up the shaft to make it fit.....Thanks, Dave in Carson City, nv.
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Is the shaft still slightly rusty ?? How hard did the old bearing come off ??

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Ariens part number 05406300 BRG-BALL .750X1.750X.50 and I do see it crosses over to the Stens 230-300.
Sooooo it should be the right part.

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It's my neighbors Ariens, and helping him getting it running. The shaft is all cleaned up and smooth..We had a **** of a time getting the old bearing off...soaked it in penetrating oil for 4 days...finally used a pickle fork and beat it off. Bearing has been on since new....ID of new bearing is .74900 but specks says .075......From reading the forums for the past month, it is a good machine to get running and keep.....
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You just got unlucky on this purchase, I think.

I bought a 4-pack of Peer brand impeller bearings and they all measure slightly above .750"


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Maybe use that pickle fork to beat the new one on if you can keep it on the inner race. or a pipe that fits over the 3/4 shaft and sits on the inner race.

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Do not beat the bearing on
clean everything up

use antiseize

it should go on snug thats it
you could heat the bearing up
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You just got unlucky on this purchase, I think.

I bought a 4-pack of Peer brand impeller bearings and they all measure slightly above .750"

Thanks, I might just return and rebuy for another one and keep my fingers crossed
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Do not beat the bearing on
clean everything up

use antiseize

it should go on snug thats it
you could heat the bearing up

Might try to heat with a propane torch......don't want to hurt the bearing....
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Might try to heat with a propane torch......don't want to hurt the bearing....

if after you clean everything up and light heat wont do it get another bearing
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