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Carburetor for 922003

I'm having a hard time locating a new carburetor for my old 5hp Ariens model 922003. I cannot find the engine model # on the unit, but I believe its original and according to the owners manual its a Tecumseh HSSK-50 67008. I'm looking for a part number for a new carb or any information that can assist me in finding a replacement part.
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use this site to help u narrow down ur search , also has great info on carbs.
any 5hp carb for tecumseh will suffice, just match up to what yours looks like
use Tecumseh HSSK-50 as your seach info on buying one

Tecumseh Carburetor Manufacturing Numbers

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Why replace? Rebuild what you have and *KNOW* you have the right one!
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Try 632107 or 640084b

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FYI 922003 is a 20" bucket model #. If you have a 5HP tractor, that I believe should be a 922008 (1974) or 922014 (1975). The tractor data sticker should be near the left lower handebar and if the sticker is gone, the data should be stamped there also.

I'd search for a replacement via the engine data. Make sure it looks exactly like the carb you got already, is an adjustable carb etc.

1974 Ariens 922008/922003 "Frankenstein", my dad's 1st new snowblower
1971 Ariens 922002/922003 "The Badger", recent addition, ready for snow
1971 Ariens 922002/922003 "Juneau", finally ready for snow
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Thanks for all your feedback - very much appreciated!

My father in-law gave this snowblower to me so I would really like to keep it, however I am not mechanically inclined, so I am relying on a small engine tech to do the repairs. He informs it can't be rebuilt, and he's unable to locate the part # so I am doing the legwork to try and figure this out. Kind of like finding a needle in a haystack so far.

I confirmed bucket # is 922003 and tractor # is 922008 (serial #011608) - both stickers still on the unit. However, I cannot find the engine data on the unit.
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The link that Vinny has will lead you to the carb your looking for - you need to get the numbers off the carb itself...... then match it up. they can be rebuilt if it's not to corroded or gunked up.... but it's easier and cheaper to just swap it out with one of the China made replacements on Ebay. I have swapped out dozens of them. Just pay attention to the choke configuration - most times you will have to swap the choke levers from the old one to the new one..... otherwise order a rebuild kit and do the best you can cleaning it. I think you got a lazy tech from the sound of it..... if they stock kits for most carbs he could stare and compare with the stuff he has. There aren't that many different configurations....


Here's my guess - https://www.ebay.com/itm/Carburetor-...UAAOSwETJaKQqw
OR https://www.ebay.com/itm/new-Tecumse...ss!52405!US!-1

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640084B is my bet!!!!!






Per Oregon website this cross references to these Tecumseh carbs.:


Tecumseh 1099, 1432, 632334, 632334A, 640084B


And fits these Tecumseh Engines:


Tecumseh 5145 Mfg. No., 5285 Mfg. No., 640084A-TEC, 640084B-TEC, HM80-155001J, HM80-155001K, HM80-155001L, HM80-155001M, HM80-155013J, HM80-155015J, HM80-155022J, HM80-155022L, HM80-155022M, HM80-155128J, HM80-155132J, HM80-155169J, HM80-155186J, HM80-155198J, HM80-155206J, HM80-155206K, HM80-155207J, HM80-155209J, HM80-155209K, HM80-155209L, HM80-155209M, HM80-155209N, HM80-155209P, HM80-155212J, HM80-155212M, HM80-155233J, HM80-155237J, HM80-155241J, HM80-155241K, HM80-155242J, HM80-155245J, HM80-155246J, HM80-155247J, HM80-155248J, HM80-155249J, HM80-155254J, HM80-155255J, HM80-155271J, HM80-155271K, HM80-155273J, HM80-155273K, HM80-155273L, HM80-155273M, HM80-155274J, HM80-155275J, HM80-155276J, HM80-155276K, HM80-155277J, HM80-155277K, HM80-155277L, HM80-155278J, HM80-155279J, HM80-155279K, HM80-155280J, HM80-155280K, HM80-155281J, HM80-155282J, HM80-155282K, HM80-155282L, HM80-155282M, HM80-155283J, HM80-155283K, HM80-155283L, HM80-155284J, HM80-155291K, HM80-155291L, HM80-155291M, HM80-155291N, HM80-155291P, HM80-155292K, HM80-155292L, HM80-155293K, HM80-155293L, HM80-155294K, HM80-155296K, HM80-155297K, HM80-155298K, HM80-155298L, HM80-155298M, HM80-155298N, HM80-155298P, HM80-155307L, HM80-155308L, HM80-155308M, HM80-155308N, HM80-155308P, HM80-155309L, HM80-155309M, HM80-155309N, HM80-155309P, HM80-155310L, HM80-155310M, HM80-155310N, HM80-155310P, HM80-155311L, HM80-155311M, HM80-155311N, HM80-155311P, HM80-155312L, HM80-155312M, HSSK50-67261U, HSSK50-67385T, HSSK50-67385U, HSSK50-67386T, HSSK50-67388S, HSSK50-67389S, HSSK50-67390S, HSSK50-67391S, HSSK50-67392S, HSSK50-67393S, HSSK50-67393T, HSSK50-67393U, HSSK50-67394S, HSSK50-67394T, HSSK50-67394U, HSSK50-67395S, HSSK50-67395T, HSSK50-67396S, HSSK50-67397S, HSSK50-67398S, HSSK50-67399S, HSSK50-67400S, HSSK50-67401S, HSSK50-67402T, HSSK50-67402U, HSSK50-67403S, HSSK50-67403T, HSSK50-67403U, HSSK50-67404S, HSSK50-67404T, HSSK50-67404U, HSSK50-67405S, HSSK50-67406S, HSSK50-67407S, HSSK50-67408S, HSSK50-67409S, HSSK50-67409T, HSSK50-67410S, HSSK50-67410T, HSSK50-67410U, HSSK50-67411S, HSSK50-67411T, HSSK50-67415S, HSSK50-67416T, HSSK50-67416U, HSSK50-67417T, HSSK50-67417U, HSSK50-67417V, HSSK50-67418U, HSSK50-67419U, HSSK50-67420U, HSSK50-67421U, HSSK50-67422U, HSSK55-67501A, HSSK55-67501B, HSSK55-67501C, HSSK55-67502B, HSSK55-67502C, HSSK55-67503B, HSSK55-67504C, HSSK55-67505C, HSSK55-67506C, HSSK55-67507C, LH195SA-67385V, LH195SA-67386V, LH195SA-67387V, LH195SA-67394V, LH195SA-67403V, LH195SA-67405V, LH195SA-67416V, LH195SA-67417V, LH195SA-67418V, LH195SA-67419V, LH195SA-67420V, LH195SA-67422V, LH195SA-67424V, LH195SA-67427V, LH195SA-67428V, LH195SA-67429V, LH195SA-67430V, LH195SA-67431V, LH195SA-67432V, LH195SA-67433V, LH195SA-67434V, LH195SA-67435V, LH195SA-67437V, LH195SA-67438V, LH195SA-67440V, LH195SP-67427V, LH195SP-67501D, LH195SP-67504D, LH195SP-67508D, LH195SP-67510D, LH195SP-67511D, LH195SP-67512D, LH195SP-67513D, LH195SP-67514D, LH195SP-67517D, LH195SP-67518D, LH195SP-67519D, LH195SP-67520D, LH195SP-67521D, LH195SP-67522D, LH195SP-67523D, LH195SP-67524D, LH195SP-67525D, LH195SP-67526D, LH195SP-67527D, LH195SP-67528D, TEC-640084A, TEC-640084B

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Looking at the Arien's parts manual for that vintage, the only 5HP engine used was the HS50-67008. Doing a search, I find that the service carb listed for that engine is a 631953 (listed by Jack's small engines as well as others).



All the docs are there, you just need to find and use them . . .
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The number on my carb is 433 3H29. When I look this up via the link that Vinny provided, I see that manufacture #433 corresponds to carb service # 632795A.


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