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Parts compaibility for Ariens

Ariens snowblower Model 924073, Ser. #023991

I am trying to find a parts/model compatibility chart for this machine. I am looking for an impeller specifically, but would take an entire bucket assembly if need be, as a new impeller might be more than the cost of buying a used machine from Craigslist.

One of the blades on the impeller is folded over. I was told that the fix was essentially beating it back into place, as heating it would take the temper out of it. It may be more cosmetic than functional.

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Post up a picture of it. Might be something you could bend in a vise or with an adjustable wrench instead of beating on it. As long as all the metal is there you really don't have to worry about balance as long as you get it pretty much back to it's original shape/position.


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Are you talking just the curled tip bent over backways, or the whole leg that attaches to the main plate of the impeller plate? If it's just the tip and bent really bad over, cut it off and weld it back on, or cut them all off and use stock to bend close to the original curves but longer and weld them on all blades. Pete from the Gilson site describes it here on his website. Scroll down a bit to the impeller repair section. The old Ariens impellers are very thick and will take a weld nicely. The newer styles and lesser machines are pretty thin for home welding. Even if you have to farm out the welding, it's A LOT easier than trying to remove a 25 year old impeller from the shaft. If you do cut and weld the offending tip, scrub up the other side and lay a comparable bead on it if you have a 4 or 6 blade. If you have a 3 blade do them all to approximate a balance.
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If you are going through the trouble of welding them you can do them all as an impeller kit. You won't be able to make them touch like rubber, but you can get them pretty close.

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It's the whole leg. I'm not at all interested in trying to separate the fan from the shaft if I can find an entire front end and swap them out. I really don't feel any excessive vibration.
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