DIY - Ariens Snowblower Friction Disc Repair

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BakeLikeAPro: THE best series of tutorials I've ever seen on YouTube on snowblower repair. My Ariens snowblower started to act up yesterday, the wheels were just jumping ( a little bit of going then stopping then going ) and now the wheels will not turn unless I lift the back up off the ground so the wheels are not in contact with the snow. As soon as I put the snow blower down, the wheels stop turning... leading me to believe it may be a broken friction disc. I love how you never assume anyone knows a thing about repair and you include all-steps in your tutorial. - That's what make a great tutorial. I do the same thing on my channel. Anyway, I subbed, and liked the video, I hope other will also. Thank you .

John Haakman: Hello, my older 8hp ariens sno thro has no neutral, any idea why? Cheers, John

Numa Newbern: QUICK QUESTION about friction disc, I have seen the same BUT the disc has 4 small holes surrounding a larger one in the middle, have you seen such and have a part number for such??

Lucas Hägg: Is It a new engine on it

Jay Landry: When adjusting the friction disk should it be set to slip a little in case I hit ice and force it to much or is that the sheer pins job on the wheels?

cardo: Looks like it was re-powered, that old Ariens is still getting the job done, good vid.

Patrick Wagz: That thing is an absolute tank... in a good way. 

Nice little Honda mini-bike (70cc?) in the background... what year?

Sidney S: I watched several of your videos. Thank you very much, I learned a lot from you. you explain things real clear.I have a problem with my Ariens ST824 not moving at all. At least I know where to go and look now.I used it all day yesterday due to heavy snow in the east coast 1-24-16.After I got done using the snow blower, I was going to store it back on the shed and the blower don't want to move at all.

dennypanz: Great Videos dude!!!

Aram Hakobyan: Hi, where can I find the Friction disk for Ariens sno-Tek 28 1708

Richard Persoage: Hi,Great video. You should have cleaned your protective cover.

Robert McGregor: Thank you very much!!!!! Every time, I want to figure out a mechanical problem, you always have a fantastic, clear and understandable repair video. We seem to have a few of the same machines. I just purchased a 2007 Chev Colorado 4x4. If you every find yourself in Halifax, Nova Scotia, I would like to buy you a beer!!! I agree 100 percent with Anthony really should have your own TV show. Thank you again!!! Rob McGregor

joe lyons: Great videos , big fan....I have a question on my Ariens724 snowblower, the wheels are locked and won't turn.. I lost a spring, not sure where is connected to blower, but the friction disk is stick to the wheel and won't separate... what does one do???

Dave D.: Donny,I have a Craftsman Snowking 11hp. I replaced the hex shaft bearings but the drive chain and lower sprocket look out of alignment. Any idea's?

Robert Waid: not to hard a job. ive done lots. anyone can do it. good video.

dff090: Great video working on my newly gotten blower tomorrow.  Thanks for the help

anthony guada: Rats, forgot to ask...
The shear pin that's under the belly of the Sblower the one for the wheel on the right side.  I used the Sblower for like 30seconds on light fluffy snow and the shear pin snapped,  This is twice this has happened. I not had time as I was on a job, now just back home after a tough 16 hours of Sblowering,  I'll look at it and see what I can see.
But you know I'll be checking your vids for the answer.

anthony guada: Ahh nevermind,, I went to use one of my snowblowers, and the one I was using made this loud scary noise.. and would not move,  

with flashlight in hand, I notice of of the wheels did not have it's secure pin in place, 
easy fix,  lucky I had brought a back-up machine and used it's secure pin on my machine,  Whew,,, almost lost a contract.  DONY....sweetheart,  baby, you're awesome vids saved the day,, and YES.. BOTH wheels have power.

DonyBoyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy keep banging out them vids

anthony guada: DonyBoyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
You Sir are a credit to mankind,  Your video's are top notch,  and because of your very informative video's have saved me in the crunch many times.
I vote DonyBoy to be on TV have his very own TV SHOW...

ok, nuff with the brown nose'ing

Dony,  I replaced the broken sheer pin on the snowblower wheel,
only afterwards I noticed that only one of the two wheels has power,  
is this normal,  or should both wheels have power
DIY - Ariens Snowblower Friction Disc Repair 5 out of 5

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