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I have an older Airens snowblower, model 924038.I want to take out the augers and impeller in 1 piece.I have the side bushings out,the auger is free.What is holding the shaft from coming out fro the drive pully.I took out the 2 set screws, but still wont budge.

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    nickpower May 11, 2010

    do you have the pulley and pulley hub off?

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