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924013 model ser# 000192

Just bought this unit, has a 36" schute I've never seen before. Is it rare? Runs and seems complete.
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I have 2 of the 924's, …. very nice, reliable units.
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Hi egibs,
welcome to the forum!


just FYI, it's a "bucket", not a schute,
and its 32", not 36"


And its the correct bucket for that model, it came with that bucket new.
They arent uncommon, all snowblower manufacturers offer various widths of buckets..
24" is by far the most common, but 32" and 36" are also quite common..
rarely, you can also find smaller 20" and 22" buckets.

So, your snowblower is "normal"..it's all correct for that model number.

It's from around 1974.
sounds like a nice find! post some photos if you can..


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It runs but has a fuel problem, so I am trying to get an idea on value, or fix and keep if you know anything. I'm in northern Minnesota.
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It runs but has a fuel problem, so I am trying to get an idea on value, or fix and keep if you know anything. I'm in northern Minnesota.
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