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one of the worst thrown rods ive ever seen. ripped out almost the whole right side of the block and even got a piece of the cast iron cylinder wall. this is on an ariens 8524 classic which is pretty much an st824 with a newer revision chute and dashboard
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She gave all the power she could until the very end!!

Interesting how the cast iron liner has the ridges, way over engineered.

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Some JB Weld will fix that. ;-)

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NICE WORK! A little JB Weld will have that thing running in no time.
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What HP was that engine?
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Thats the worst I've seen.....no JB for that girl.......time for a wake. The good news is a Predator will bolt up quick....and cheap.
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crazy glue will fix that right up, yessiree, lol.
was it over revving? odd noises b4 she blew?

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Hmm... Takes the principal of "Air Cooled" to a whole new level

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