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Hey guys... I've searched everywhere and read most everything I've found... I have a new to me Snow Shark that is in decent shape except the Tecumseh is done... I would like to repower it. I have been looking at the B&S electric start engines and wanted advice. I also would be very interested in the parts list someone mentioned from Grainger to replace all bearings & chains etc. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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welcome to sbf. I cant help you out but the guys here can.
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welcome to sbf. I cant help you out but the guys here can.
Thanks BB.. I am sure they can... I am really keen on getting a nice beefy 15.5 or 16.5 B&S electric start retrofit... i am hoping it's doable...

The model # is 624-102 and serial number is i? ? 11286 I think.

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Would love to see some photos of it (hint, hint).

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I have 5 pictures to upload, but Comcast seems to blow chunks.... My personal web storage seems to have vanished and I just spent 45 minutes on the phone with a guy from Comcast that basically sent me around in the same circles I went before I called. I tried to upload some pictures yesterday but it wouldn't work, so I figured I needed to host them somewhere. Let me try again! Nope, same thing... I want to upload attachments but hmmmmmmm..... OK.... is there a way to upload attachments without having to host them somewhere? Thanks!


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ok... figured it out I think...... here goes!





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OK... So... I think this thing is a beast and from what I have seen, I am guessing it would be much better than most new snowblowers under the $800 range and was again looking for any and all advice possible about repowering it with a beefier new B&S engine. Thanks again.

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Looks to be in great condition.
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Looks to be in great condition.
It does thanks.... just wish the old Tecumseh wasn't kinda neglected... especially with ethanol...
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