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Late 80s (?) Noma Canadina 8/27

Hello! New to the fourms here. I just pulled my machine out of the basement in anticipation of all the snow. First pull and I was off an running. Over the course of the year I lost air in one tire but thats an easy fix. I'm wondering if anyone can shed some information on this machine. I have a full manual for this machine with part numbers. Parts tho are non existent it seems except for comon stuff that Murray still makes. Its Definitely an import from Canada. I haven't seen another or any real info on it. We've pretty much owned it since new. It's a beast of a machine and it's older then me haha. My father since upgraded and now I have been using it for a few years. I definitely think I'm going to put an impeller kit on it as it cloggs and struggles with the wet stuff. I also have some impeller issues that I can go into further detail in a later post. Hopefully someone here can shed some light and tell me exactly what I have on my hands here. I attached some photos so you guys can check it out. Thanks. Bob.
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That's a great machine Bob.....keep her running!
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Those are solid machines. Never acknowledged one with the Briggs engine on it. Parts can be hard to find new but I see many parts machines on CL for dirt cheap. Keep an eye out on the drive system the Nomas I have sold all needed to be adjusted as they had a tendency to creep when no drive was engaged. This one was the Euro Series. Probably had better handling Lol.
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Thanks cranman! Im definitely gonna try. I was thinking about replacing it but then I found this site.
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Guiliteen did you paint that? Funny you mention the drive. Mine stopped working this afternoon think the rubber disk needs adjusted. I will definitely have to keep an eye for parts machines.
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If you have a hard time try a Husqvarna dealer. They sold them as the St927 and more likely be able to get you parts than other vendors. Yea keep an eye on the drive. I think they go out of whack often. I never own them long enough to know how often. But seems like the some of touched many have needed some TLC in that area.

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I painted the top area where it is black. The paint was chipping off. Cleaned it up and slapped some rustoleum enamel on it.

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Thank you Kiss4afrog! Guilateen, that's a crazy color for sure. I like the black tho. Breaks it up nicely. I will have to look Into the husky parts. I know we had to Jimmy a new auger shaft In and I would like to get the right parts if I can. The auger moves in and out a good 1/2" and flips the belt every once in a while.
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Someone has a Noma Signature manual available for download here:

https://www.snowblowerforum.com/foru...re-manual.html

Some of the parts should interchange


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