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Snowflite 5/24 Oil,Spark Plug & Model No.

i collected a couple old Snow Flites 5/24

model number is partly rubbed off, i can read 314 550 _ _ 0 A054B

is this the model and serial number?

i need a few dealer parts, but can't enter the right model number.

need some carb linkage and the metal air boxes for both

what oil and spark plug for these ?
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More than likely that is the serial number. for oil I would use 10w30. fill it to the top of the hole. what does the old plug number read. use that number. ALOHA from the paradise city.

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i would go with 5w-30 synthetic, and research the engine model # for the recommended plug. jmo
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The 5hp Tecumseh motors take 21 ounces of 5w-30 oil for cold weather use. The spark plug is a Champion RJ17LM for a HS50 motor OR a Champion RJ19LM for a HSSK50 motor. I don't know which motor you have.

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both engines are HS50's........

J8C in one , E3 TO in the other

new to this site,trying to save a couple bucks ,thanks for the help
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any one have the part numbers for the drive and blower belts ?
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if you have the old belts take them to an ope shop and see if they can match up the belts. did you ever get a model number for your machines

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Go to MTD's web site and enter 314550 in the model box, and A054B in the serial box to view the operator and parts list. I hope this is your machine.

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Looks like they should be these:
Transmission belt: 754-0256
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Auger belt:754-0257



If you're thinking of ordering them on line I'd make sure they are correct by measuring them or trying to get part numbers off them.

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thanks for all the help.
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