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Sno Tek 920402 self propelled is jerking banging

Hi - my Sno Tek 920402 824 is barely moving with a jerk or a continual bang when I engage the drive system. Same problem forward and reverse. Cables are fine and tight. Auger is perfect and throws snow a mile. 3 years old, maybe 25 hours of use. Any thoughts or help before I start digging into what is going on? Thanks, Mark
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u gotta open up the belly to see whats going on.

Bought a dead but now fixed 1980ish craftsman II 10/28....ITS ONE HEAVY BEAST

MY VIDS ON FIXIN HER UP

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Have you pulled the bottom pan and looked at the friction disk? Sounds like that might be torn up.
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You nailed it VWGuy. Friction disk rubber is chewed up in 3 places. I will check the forum on how to replace. thanks
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I got lucky and stumbled across a video on that model number:

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