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Ariens 10ML60D drive system

I have one of the above mentioned guys. I was giving it some love and decided I would pick a scab and remove the right side wheel drive hub, just to check it out. I have never had these off before; so I know nothing about them. I wanted to learn. I have found that there was a large friction ring with a tab in the middle of it, that has broken in three pieces...the two ring halves and the little tab that was in the middle. Parts Tree lists the model; but when you look at the drive parts, they don't show anything like it. The rest of the inside of this mechanism consists of a double acting pawl device that I suspect works as a ratchet. This pawl thing engages in internal teeth of a drum that the wheel attaches to.

Where can I find the right parts breakdown for this? Where can I find parts? And how important is that thing? It seems like it was working okay last winter.....
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you have the parts diagram open for the regular 10ml60 (non differential version)
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Wow, thank you for the fast reply! I went back and looked at the diagram again. It's there, up in the left hand corner by itself. Of course, it's NLA....
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I have a small box of these ratchet drive hub parts somewhere. I'll try to dig it out and see if there is a friction cup. It doesn't ring a bell though...
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I have friction springs available, but not cheap. PM if interested.
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I have friction springs available, but not cheap. PM if interested.
Thanks....I did send you a PM.
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Oops, I don't know where I got cup from, must have been a senior moment.
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