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Ariens Deluxe 28 SHO - Unknown Spring

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I have an Ariens Deluxe 28 SHO model 921048 that I purchased last fall. It ran great all winter long, and today I changed the oil and removed the bottom cover to apply grease.

When I removed the bottom cover, a spring, a bolt, and a lock washer all fell out and I have no idea what these are for and where they came from. Does anyone recognize these parts and know where they belong? The spring is broken on one side. I didn't have any issues last time I used the snowblower several weeks ago and wouldn't have known anything was wrong if I hadn't removed the cover.

Photo: https://photos.app.goo.gl/vZZEdtyNgfJgYTt49

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I can't get the pic to load a second time but did get a quick view and looks like the spring that attaches to the brake or I think they call it a swing plate to stop the pulley rotating when you let the lever go.

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Yep, I went and took another look and sure enough it is the spring for the brake plate. Looks like this is the correct one: https://www.jackssmallengines.com/ja...riens/08300017

Still not sure about the bolt/washer, I'll have look around some more and see if I can figure out where it's from.

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I’m not positive as it’s been a while since I did a rebuild on my 2017 deluxe (was in a fight with a forklift and lost lol) anyhow a new bucket and frame so swapped everything over but I think the bolt may have had the spring on it bolted in the side, will try and get a pic after work tomorrow when it’s daylight and a little warmer.

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I'd get it back to the dealer and let them deal with it under warranty.
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Looks to me like its part 29 or 30.
https://www.jackssmallengines.com/ja...dler-and-brake
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Looks to me like its part 29 or 30.
https://www.jackssmallengines.com/ja...dler-and-brake
Yes it is 29 and your post just saved me from having to take a pic LOL However the bolt is now a mystery.

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Yep, looks like the spring is part 29, thanks!

The bolt and washer came from the drive pulley, items 17 and 20 here. https://www.jackssmallengines.com/ja...nd-impeller-28

I threw some loctite on it and put it back in, hopefully no more issues.

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Glad you have it resolved, now just to wait for next winter to get some snow lol

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