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  1. Lottstodo
    03-13-2019 11:42 AM - permalink
    The carb that I found that is for the LTC 291 is on amazon and it is a Mopasen # 23101 it has the shaft in a shaft , there were some variants in the LTC line but this has the idle down control
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  2. bigragu98
    02-24-2016 08:06 PM - permalink
    Hi, Just wanted to tell you that your posts have been very helpful to me. I just purchased a Driftbreaker 536.882700. I see that you have posted the manual for the 536.882702 however the file appears to be corrupt when I try to open it on Lefora. Can you e-mail the pdf of the manual to be directly. My e-mail address is [email protected]. Thanks, Larry
  3. Nidrac
    02-11-2016 10:15 AM - permalink

    Thanks much. The 49551ma cable was the closest I could find. I'll take a look at the clevis you referenced.
  4. Nidrac
    02-10-2016 06:16 PM - permalink
    HCBPH, I am the original owner of a Craftsman 536.918301 snow thrower. Sears carries fewer and fewer parts for these. I have been able to find new belts for it (after 40 years of use, I finally need new belts!). However, I have not been able to find good substitute cables. I desperately need a power clutch cable (Sears 51303). Any suggestions where I might find a substitute? Thanks for your help.
  5. aggriffin3
    07-28-2015 08:19 PM - permalink
    Can you describe how you take the belt pulley off? I have the two bolts holding it to the shaft off, but the pulley just doesnt come off? I have put PB Blaster on it, and tried to pull the pulley off with leverage. To no avail. Any tips. Thanks
    I have a very similar machine to yours I believe.

  6. SnowPlow1
    01-07-2015 04:57 PM - permalink
    Did you have any luck getting sears (AMF BUILT) 536.882700 or 536.918900 other similar manuals For sears 10/32 drift breaker. Seeing if anything transpired since these old forum posts.

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  8. woofer98
    02-14-2014 09:55 PM - permalink
    Hi my name is Ian, hows it going? I have been checking this forum out for a few weeks and see that you are very knowlegable on the older craftsman blowers. I have a older 10hp driftbreaker and it has given me about 8 years of great service. I do plan on doing some fixing up on it over the off season, I read your post about replacing the bushings with bearings which I plan on doing. I wanna put a set of Armor skids on it. My one question tho would be my model is a 2 stage but I can see that there are spots punched into the housing for the 3rd stage auger. My question would be is this doable and is it a worth it. Another mod I was thinking of doing was from a youtube video on how to make the blower throw better and keep the chute clean by fastening a old piece of a tire to some of the impeller blades to close up on the clearance between the housing and tips of the impellar. Here is a link to the video
    Thanks for any input
  9. woodtick007
    01-31-2014 10:37 AM - permalink
  10. steveh_131
    01-08-2014 05:12 PM - permalink
    Hello. I am sorry to bug you, but I (like the others) would really appreciate a copy of the 536.909800 manual that you had offered to some other members. I have a 536.906000, and am hoping that it will be similar. Thanks! my email is [email protected]

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