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Ariens 03710000 Chute Crank

While working on my motor swap on my '71 Ariens, I knew I would need a new chute crank and now I have a part number! So far the cheapest I have found them is around $60 and it was a local pickup only. Anyone have one or something similar they would be willing to part with? It does need to fit the worm gear (which I still have). Not sure if I want to get it right now, can't do much till warmer weather anyway, but just getting feelers out there if anyone has one.



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That photo is for a 924 series. 71 ariens did not have u- joints, it has a straight shaft and crank with an eye-bolt to attach to the handlebar. I have used available, PM if interested.
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Yes, I need the one pictured for my motor swap so I can clear the new engine
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That won't work. The 924 gear angle is different than the 10000 series. You need to cut the original shaft, and add u-joints. Here's one of mine I did.
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Yep, that's exactly what I'm looking to do, I forgot I need to adapt my worm gear to the shaft, but that's easy enough to do, it's finding the universals that's the problem
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Yep, that's exactly what I'm looking to do, I forgot I need to adapt my worm gear to the shaft, but that's easy enough to do, it's finding the universals that's the problem
3/8 drive socket universals work well, but require some welding.


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Most of the Ariens gears I've seen are held on to the shaft with roll pins. You might be able to just drive the pins out and swap your old gear onto a new shaft with a universal, and avoid having to do any welding.

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I can supply you with a parts kit of 2 u joints, a support bracket, and a length of rod to duplicate the system shown in my photo. No Welding. You'll need to cut the rod behind the original worm gear, and drill small holes through the shaft to secure the u joints where you want them. PM if interested in the kit.
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