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New to Snowblowers! Need help with older models!

Hello all!
It's my first post on the forum and I'm amazed at wealth of knowledge!
So after breaking our backs for decades, dad and I finally decided that we could each use a snowblower.
Problem is, the one with tracks needs a new carburetor and the sticker with the model number has faded. Anyone have any ideas as to what model it may be?
It was built by Noma Canadiana and the one without tracks was also made in Canada with model number being C944.52950 thanks to the manual.
Here they are and we appreciate any and all help:


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post #2 of 24 Old 11-17-2015, 06:03 AM
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hello chris, welcome to SBF!! you should be able to find a carb on ebay pretty cheap but I'm not sure if the tracks are still avalable

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Welcome to SBF. Try comparing the two engines you have there. Check the numbers on the engines themselves, and search for the carb you need based on that.

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Welcome Chris! First off, nice snowblowers. Got to love stuff with tracks. Nice shop BTW with the metal lathe you can make your own carb stuff,LOL Just kidding, here's a link to some helpful engine number locators:Engine Identification - Tecumseh Snow king,Tecumseh Model Number Identification | Tecumseh Carburetor Guide

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Chris, welcome aboard!!

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Thank you all for the help!
Appreciate the complements on the shop, I'll pass it on to the old man!
On top of the engines it's written 143 and appear to be identical.
They are both 8hp to boot!
I'll try to lift the top cover off tonight and see if I find any numbers.
Carbs look similar but the throttle assembly is different.
Plans for them are to get them running for the season, complete tare down in the spring, fix what the bean counters skimped on and bed liner paint the bodies.

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You're getting close.
You may have to unscrew the power plug to get the rest.
This picture is of mine, but with all this we can get you what you need to know including perhaps what year it was made.
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Awesome dbert!
The one on wheels is 143-696062 SER-91870.
The one on tracks is 143-796022 SER-8272D.
Thank you!
I also wonder if I could hook up a light to each snow blower?

Edit: dbert, how's the DeLorean project going?

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Awesome dbert!
The one on wheels is 143-696062 SER-91870.
The one on tracks is 143-796022 SER-8272D.
Thank you!
I also wonder if I could hook up a light to each snow blower?
143.696062 = Tecumseh HM80-155171F
143.796022 = Tecumseh HM80-155309N

Do you have any wires or small connectors up underneath the gas tank?
Some snowblowers cane with an alternator but no light, but not many

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Awesome dbert!
Edit: dbert, how's the DeLorean project going?
Thank you for asking. I' got some significant time in on it over the weekend.
Life has been crazier than ever.
Getting the undercarriage ready to get repainted.
Lets see what the upcoming weekend brings.
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