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post #1 of 19 Old 04-02-2015, 07:52 PM Thread Starter
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Trying to ID my 20 year old mtd

........edit. posted in wrong topic. dohhh

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First thing to do is post some photos of it. Does the engine look original ?? If so post it's numbers and we can find out the year and that should be + - 1 of the blower.

Look at MTDs and Craftsmans to see if something is similar.

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the engine is original, blower has been in the family since new.

heres the tecumseh engine #'s
model- hmsk105
family-ytpxs.3582bf
displacement 358

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I can't find anything with that engine number. Usually it will look like this - > HMSK105 - 159908B

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sorry...didnt think those other digits were of any importance!!! hmsk105 159908a
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gratuitous bump ok ???
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im not sure what you are trying to ID..
you already know what it is!
It's a 20 year old MTD Snowflite, 10.5hp, 29" bucket, proudly made in Canada!
What more is there to be known about it?

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was kinda hoping someone had an identical unit so i had a starting point for ordering parts for the " transmission".....or even to be able to price parts to see if its cost effective to make it work right again. if i can order parts just by saying its a 20ish year old mtd 10.5 hp, proudly made in canada.....i need this and that, that would be great, just cant see that working out well !
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ah, ok, that makes sense..
Is there no MTD data tag anywhere on it?

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all thats left of the data tag on the chassis is the glue spot where it once was. any chance of there being something stamped on the chassis or other parts that could help?
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