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Can't find the right parts!

Hey Fellow snow throwers, I got a Craftsman 8-25. Model number off the tag is c950-52677. I believe it is a 1988 model. My issue is I cant find an exploded view of the blower with related part numbers to insure I order the right parts. All the parts sights I go to with this model number don't recognize the model number. I got a worn out friction disk but the friction plate and pulley shaft that it rides against needs bushings or bearing or what ever is in the shaft housing. I have spent 3 evenings looking. Even talked to Canadian Sears! (that was fun, not). So if anyone has a link to a parts/repair manual in pdf, or a same model number that this blower crosses to that someone like a searspartsdirect would recognize that would be awesome! I never though finding parts and verifying that they are right would be this difficult. thanks for your help!
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Try this... I have an 8/25 Craftsman and this is what I use.
https://lawn-garden.needmanual.com/c...?page_number=2

Mid-1980s Craftsman C950-52677-7
8/25 Tecumseh HM80
1983 10/32 Craftsman C459.52252
HMSK110 re-power
Southern New Brunswick near Bay of Fundy
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thanks. That's the same pictures the Sears Canada emailed me but now i have the description and part number. I'll order based on these numbers
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I have used this site #1 Snowblower Parts Canada FREE SHIPPING! as well as E Bay. The prices are in US funds, but I see now he has a 20% discount and maybe free shipping. It was cheaper to me than buying in the States. I also use my local OPE vendor Halifax Seed who can cross reference based on the part numbers you can provide. Maybe you have a local supplier who can do the same. Carbs are cheap on Ebay, but take a couple of months to get here from China (free Shipping)

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Mid-1980s Craftsman C950-52677-7
8/25 Tecumseh HM80
1983 10/32 Craftsman C459.52252
HMSK110 re-power
Southern New Brunswick near Bay of Fundy
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can you help me verify my right carb number? again my model number is c950-52677. according to your link, the carb number is 632113. just not sure if that carb is the same for all three models. wondering if the horsepower is the same in each and its just the physical size of the blowers that changes.
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If you have a 8hp, that carb is for a 4hp. You want a 632334.
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That "C" number is the snow blowers model number but it's NOT the engines numbers. To make sure we are recommending the correct carb you need to give us the numbers off the motor. It's usually a series of three numbers, model, family and ??. I can't remember off hand but they are on the engine.

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