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Wanted Ariens 10000 metal belt cover

WANTED a metal belt cover for my 1971 Ariens Sno-Thro 10000 series along with a wing mounting bolt if you have one, if you don't have a wing nut don't worry about it. The cover has to have its decal fully intact, little to no rust. Its okay if their is some paint loss as I can re-spray it. It has to be able to be mounted with the bolt not a clip on or strap on one.
I will give $20 plus the 6 to 8 bucks to ship it.
Attached is a photo of one I got last year for 10 bucks, I am looking for one in that condition. It does not have to be perfect as long as it has its decal and little to no rust, some paint loss is okay. (I DO NOT WANT THE PLASTIC ONE, I HAVE THE PLASTIC ONE AND THEY CRACK AND FADE, I WANT TO UPGRADE TO THE METAL ONE). Thank's PM if you have one to sell. Thank's
Photo of the one I have on my one machine below. Its held on with the wingnut style bolt instead of a regular bolt, if you have a wingnut bolt to go with it please include it. I will give an extra $2 for the wing nut bolt if necessary.
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That one has a bit more rust than I would like, if you have another one like that with the decal in good shape like that with no or little/less rust let me know. That is the wingnut I am talking about that I need.

-Or if anyone else has one in descent shape, some paint loss is fine as long as the decal is their and their is no rust or minimal rust than message me, I'm looking for one. If you have one like the one in my photo on one of my machines, I'll buy it right away and I am looking for that wing nut mounting bolt. Thank's
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Yea, whats the story with the "wheel spacers" part 10450 part 115 in the parts diagram of the rotary mower attachment manual, two on each side when you install the rotary mower. What is their purpose, are they still available, do you have them and do you have a bagger for a rotary mower as it looks like I will be getting it tomorrow. Is their an issue if I use the mower without those spacers on the wheels?
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Never mind the rotary mower I am buying is the one that applies to the 1965-1966 manual and does not show those spacers, not the 1972 mower which calls for them. I just hope my 1971 Tractor has the same wheel set up as a 65-66 or I might still need spacers even though it doesn't show them as part of them mower setup for that year but the tractor may have also been slightly different 5 years prior, who knows. Also the 65-66 manual only shows a mulch plate, not a bagger, will the bagger fit my 65-66 mower or is it only for the 72 model and do you have one? The rotary mower form 65 looks almost the same as the 72 but their are slight differences, those bars aren't on the sides and the 65 one doesn't have a deflector. Good thing I'm getting the 65-66 model it matches the metal belt cover not the plastic one the 72 matches the plastic one, not that its a big deal. Do I need those spacers, you gotta bagger?
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Sooo, yes, no, maybe what does the wheel spacers do? You do/don't have them?????
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i have a set of wheel spacers and the oem extra long lug nuts. 60 for the set plus shipping
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