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post #1 of 9 Old 12-04-2016, 06:33 AM Thread Starter
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Need help identifing this blower - got pictures to upload

Picked this up a couple of days ago. Says it is a Moto-Power model 621. I'm trying to find any documentation on the unit. Also what engine is being used. I think it is a Tecumseh but not totally sure.
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Earl you need to have posts in 15 I think different threads to be able to post pics, So post in some threads and post some pics after, feel free to post "just looking in any of my threads to get the count up.
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looking to get my count up

looking to get my count up so i can post images.
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I can't tell you anything about the machine, but that definitely looks like a Tecumseh engine. Probably early to mid-1960's, 3-6 HP range.

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Elaw thanks. I tood the cowling off and searched all over it for some identification number, found nothing. I was able to buy a head gasket for it by taking the head to a parts store where they matched it to gaskets they had on hand. Matched a Tecumseh H30. The sales clerk said that the same gasket is also used on the H35. Went to buy a muffler and every site I've gone to wants the Hnn number and the model number. Must be 100 model numbers under the H30 or H35 engines. So I'm stuck guessing. I've purchased 4 so far. Next I may need a carburator, without the full model number I'll be back to guessing.
Engine runs well for now but the carb is leaking a little gas. So that will be next.
Also I need the drive belt on the tiller.
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Is the exhaust port threaded inside?

Many Tec engines are set up so you can use either a bolt-on or screw-on muffler. If it has the threads, you probably could use one of these (or similar):



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Went to buy a muffler and every site I've gone to wants the Hnn number and the model number. Must be 100 model numbers under the H30 or H35 engines. So I'm stuck guessing.
The engine numbers are stamped into the recoil shroud right in front of the spark plug. You may need a wire brush to expose them.

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Looks like a tiller with a snowblowing attachment lol. Now THAT would be awesome.
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