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Who made craftsman model 536.885400

I have a Craftsman 20" track drive snowblower I bought in the 80"s. Still runs great and I maintain it well but I am having issues with parts. Does any one know who made this unit for Sears and what model number it is. I want to say it's made by Murray but I'm not sure.
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The parts that are still showing as available on the Sears site appear to be Murray part numbers. There is a chance it was made by one of Murray's predecessors, but parts support would still be through Briggs and Stratton/Murray or aftermarket wear items from a company like Stens. .

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Hello and welcome to SBF mike. According to the who made what for Sears list, your machine is a Noma / Murray.

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