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Thanks for the info db130!
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theres an online canuck parts seller thats fairly reasonable with prices and shipping, website has much to be desired but its a fully working site, ive ordered from him b4 and got what i paid for in a reasonable length of time.
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Bought a dead but now fixed 1980ish craftsman II 10/28....ITS ONE HEAVY BEAST

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Sweet deal Vinny! Thanks for the help.
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Do you have actual model # from machine......usually in front of your feet when at controls of your blower on kick panel under handlebars......


IE: E2784-020 as an example of Noma.
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Keep at it, never know you might even find an other A for Canadiana some day. lol


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Simplicity I do. I will grab it and post it up.


Coby yeah I guess I did mess that up didn't I haha.
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Craftsman had the same model. I had a Noma Canadiana Red Brute in the past and they are good machines. I changed the motor pulley for a bigger one so the impeller turned faster. I also changed the chute for a taller one. This machine was a beast. My stepbrother still has it,
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Simplicity I do. Look at the attached pic.

Legram yeah this one needs some love in that department. The impeller is pretty worn out. I'll post a pic.
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