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I just bought this craftsman snowblower

I don't know the model number its missing the plate where it should go it needs a new carburetor and don't know the part number
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post #2 of 35 Old 03-07-2015, 10:57 AM
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Those are known as a "Drift Breaker" due to the (second) small upper auger.
I've not noticed the chrome hub caps on one before.
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I'm missing the hubcap on the other side bought it used
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ALOHA from the paradise city. BROTHER FROG can be of assistance when it comes to that brand of snowblower.

Long LIVE THE POWERSHIFT!! MAY IT NEVER RUST IN PEACE!!
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Mine is a little different, so it wont be the same model number.

What will work to find the right engine parts is the number on the top of the engine.
Example.

See if you can locate that for us.
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The engine model number is stamped into the flywheel cover/blower housing at the top. It should be an HM70 if it still has the original 7hp engine.
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That's what I found motor number is for riding lawn mower and snowblower
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Question

Can you type the numbers?
They are hard to make out in your picture.

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Craftsman #536886141(Around 2000?)
5 Horse, Tecumseh HSSK50-67392S
22" Dual Stage
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"Classic" 1963 S-226 Snowbird
4 Horse (orig) Briggs & Stratton#6305201
22" Dual Stage
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I'm guessing it's one of these.
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I wonder around what year it is?
I did some searches and couldn't find not a one in those colors.

Headlight looks older? Early 70's? Late 60's?

I think the hubcaps were added by someone.

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Craftsman #536886141(Around 2000?)
5 Horse, Tecumseh HSSK50-67392S
22" Dual Stage
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"Classic" 1963 S-226 Snowbird
4 Horse (orig) Briggs & Stratton#6305201
22" Dual Stage
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