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post #1 of 9 Old 10-07-2015, 10:20 AM Thread Starter
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Ariens ST1032 RH rake or assy.

I'm looking for the right-hand (as viewed from operator position, LH as viewed from front) rake for an Ariens ST1032, model 924084. Has anyone got one?

Would prefer local pickup near northeast MA but shipped is fine too if the cost isn't too high.

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Still looking for this if anybody has one!

Also: I'd definitely consider buying the pair of rakes or whole auger/gearbox assembly if you don't want to split it up, depending on price.

~1994 Ariens 924084 (ST1032) "papa bear": restored, re-engined, real nice!
1991 Ariens 924050 (ST824) "mama bear"
Toro PowerCurve 1800 "baby bear"

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I might have one, give me a few days to take a look around...
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Great, thanks!

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1991 Ariens 924050 (ST824) "mama bear"
Toro PowerCurve 1800 "baby bear"

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I have a set. I just need to check to make sure they are not siezed to the shaft. I will know by Saturday. I am just north of Boston.
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I'll give Mike first shot as I have a lot of irons in the fire right now.
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Thanks guys!

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1991 Ariens 924050 (ST824) "mama bear"
Toro PowerCurve 1800 "baby bear"

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I have a set. I just need to check to make sure they are not siezed to the shaft. I will know by Saturday. I am just north of Boston.
Hey if you happen to have a bucket for that machine in good condition, I might be interested in that too. My machine *has* a bucket, but it's got rust issues.

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1991 Ariens 924050 (ST824) "mama bear"
Toro PowerCurve 1800 "baby bear"

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Thank you. I will PM. You once I find out if the rakes are good. I do have a good solid bucket from that machine. Does have surface rust.
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