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Does someone know what model this is?

I've been trying to figure out the serials, and I keep getting multiple versions. My carb has been acting funny and I would like to replace it with a new one, along with replacing my friction plate before an early snow sneaks up on me.

the engine says it's 7HP. Searching bay and amazon part numbers has me even more confused! I even tried looking at videos on youtube and pictures of labeled models, but I never seem to find one that looks exactly like mine. Any help would greatly be appreciated.

I would like to also paint it and clean it up, but I was afraid in doing so before I find out the correct model and parts number it would be impossible to fix.

https://imgur.com/a/plHNhHx is photos of both serials.
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That would be 1 of those TECUMSEH Engines on that snowblower of yours. ALOHA From The Paradise City.

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The model and serial posted is for the blower attachment. You need the model and serial numbers for the tractor, it should be on the rear plate of the snowblower tractor. I think you can also use the numbers from the engine tag to search for parts.
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Hello and welcome to SBF, 1987. Here is a link to the parts, owners and service manual for your machine, 1977 model I believe.


Your engine numbers will be stamped on top of the recoil shroud, just in front of the spark plug, and may be hidden by the electric start button, if you have one. These numbers will be used for looking up engine parts and as POWERSHIFT93 stated, it will be a Tecumseh motor.


Tecumseh engine service manual - http://www.barrettsmallengine.com/ma...headmanual.pdf


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Model number of the bucket attachment, only the attachment, is 924023.
Model number of the snowblower itself is 924032.

1978 model year.
manuals:

http://apache.ariens.com/manuals/02432400D.pdf

http://apache.ariens.com/manuals/PM%2024000.pdf

http://apache.ariens.com/manuals/000123A.pdf

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Thank you for all the responses. That would explain why I couldn't figure it out haha! Here is the code on top. Would anyone be able to point me to a new carb for it?

https://imgur.com/a/n5f78rI


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Have you tried putting some Seafoam or other carb cleaner in the tank & run for a while?It usually works for me.HTH

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You're looking for a carb to fit a H70-130210D When searching you should have a photo of the actual carb handy so you can visually check in the ad the the throttle and choke hook up the same.
These aren't a recommendation, just two I pulled up from the part number search.

https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_fro...kw=h70-120210d



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Have you tried putting some Seafoam or other carb cleaner in the tank & run for a while?It usually works for me.HTH
It runs, but its leaking from the carb.
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if that cost is correct for new carbs...cheaper to buy the new ones than buying a kit and the time to rebuild the one on the machine....
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