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post #11 of 16 Old 01-06-2017, 08:31 AM
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Hi

Could I get a copy of the C950-52730-7 manual ?

Tnx and have a nice day
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post #12 of 16 Old 01-06-2017, 04:08 PM
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I've got what looks like the exact same machine as the OP, except he has a headlight.....!!
Mine is a 1987 C950-528108.... Been running fine since 1987 with 1 new auger bearing, friction plate and 2 belt replacements...and axle bearing replacement..
She doesn't owe me anything.... still starts 1 pull every time.... Never needed the "lectric" start.

OP...Glad you found her and made whole again..!!

1987 Craftsman Mod.C950528108 10/28...Techumseh Engine

2007 Honda HS1132...GX340 Honda (Neighbor's)
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I also have a Sears craftsman C950-52677 .....I called Sears and they gave me a number from some other mfg. but nobody can identify this machine............it is an 8hp Tecumseh with an external alternator mounted to the recoil.............can't find any pictures or any info on this machine .........looking for any help.....thanks
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If anyone is looking for the manual for the 10/32, send me a PM.

Update.

We have had a few storms this year already (2017) and the ol snowblower is still running strong. I have noticed that the primer is very hard to push in. She still starts up, just takes a few more pulls.

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I sent you a PM. I got a similar machine except mine uses a throttle cable which is now worn out.

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Here is a YouTube video of the ol' girl in action today, 13 Feb 2017 -


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