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Age and info on 1032 Snowblower

I have been reading and taking in some great information on this site from many knowledgeable people so I thought after doing multiple searches for trying to determine the age of my 1032 snowblower ( even looking on John Deere website to no avail) I would put this question out there for feedback.

The serial number is M01032X506677

Any info would be greatly appreciated. I am also looking for a way to obtain a parts and service manual. I am pretty sure I need to rebuild/clean/or replace carburetor due to the way it runs ( when i can get it to run )

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The serial number says it was made by John Deere before 1991.
So its a 1970's or 80's machine, possibly as late as '90 or '91. but no later.
I dont know of any way to get a specific year from the JD serial number..


the Tecumseh model and serial numbers can give more clues..


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I called my local JD dealer, they told me the year.

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Thanks for the feedback. Ill stop there next trip to Escanaba.

Anyhow here is the info off the motor that I did not see before, it was partialy covered by the electric starter button housing.

HM100 159038H Serial #2250? ( The last digit was not fully legible, looked to be E or F ) but I found that was just the line is was fabricated on.

Motor Looks to be made in either 1972 or 1982 ( I would reakon 1982 ) in September of that year. But without knowing when the snowblower itself was built, that would the only way to validate year of motor.


Thanks for the help,
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Hello and welcome to SBF. I would guess your machine is a 1982? Here is a link to the Deere 1032 service manual which covers the engine and the blower sections. A picture of your machine might help finding the year. Good luck.


https://www.dropbox.com/s/9k1uzy1s5s...1234-01740.pdf

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Are you sure it's an eight at the end of #22508 ??

What I'm used to on a five digit number is the first two would be the year, 2022 ?? So that's wrong and the other three are the day of the year manufactured. No 508th day ??
If it's an E at the end it would be made before 2004 with 2 being the last digit of the year 1972-1982-1992-2002 and the 250th day Oct 7th.
From the blowers serial number I'd also guess 70's or 80's as it's a real JD - JD.

If you don't get any help from the dealer post a couple photos of it.

You mentioned a carb issue. Had it been running ok last year? If so you might be able to clear it up with something like a cleaner added to the gas. A measured amount of Lucas is my favorite.
As for a major overhaul I'd use the JD site to look up parts and then take the part number and shop around to look for best price. Some times it's only a dealer part, sometimes the dealer has a good price but usually I've found if I can get it online it's cheaper.
I have two JD riders and two blowers so I'm always looking for a deal.

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Thanks for the feedback. Ill stop there next trip to Escanaba.

Anyhow here is the info off the motor that I did not see before, it was partialy covered by the electric starter button housing.

HM100 159038H Serial #2250? ( The last digit was not fully legible, looked to be E or F ) but I found that was just the line is was fabricated on.

Motor Looks to be made in either 1972 or 1982 ( I would reakon 1982 ) in September of that year. But without knowing when the snowblower itself was built, that would the only way to validate year of motor.


Thanks for the help,
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Definitely 1982.
10HP wouldn't have been used in '72, so it has to be '82.


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Hello and welcome to SBF. I would guess your machine is a 1982? Here is a link to the Deere 1032 service manual which covers the engine and the blower sections. A picture of your machine might help finding the year. Good luck.


https://www.dropbox.com/s/9k1uzy1s5s...1234-01740.pdf
Thanks Grunt! Got it
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Thanks for all the help and info all! Iíll get some pics taken and post later
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