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i am doing some maintenance on the blower she has been working her butt off this winter. it seem to have a small oil leak it looks above the electric starter dont have much knowledge of the motor is this common for this motor.
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Not that I'm aware of. There really isn't anything above the starter that leaks.

Any chance it's coming from the front area of the starter ?? If the seal for the crank starts to leak the flywheel might be slinging some oil out.

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What engine is it, brand & model?

Ariens 1024 Pro
Toro Power Clear 221QR
Toro Power Curve 1800
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Not that I'm aware of. There really isn't anything above the starter that leaks.

Any chance it's coming from the front area of the starter ?? If the seal for the crank starts to leak the flywheel might be slinging some oil out.
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The engine is likely a Tecumseh and the model # would be from the ENGINE since that's what we're trying to figure out where it's leaking.

The blowers model number only works if it's the original engine and then only if we look it up. It's so much easier if you just look on the engine and post the numbers so we know for sure what's on there.

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it is a ST724 - model 932027

looking into it more i need a new head & base gasget
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can u tell me were i can just get a head & base gasget ?
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Ariens site. clink link for "Parts Radar" : Parts

http://www.jackssmallengines.com/equipment/snow-blower

http://www.repairclinic.com/Shop-For...owblower-Parts

And Ebay once you figure out the part numbers.

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If you have Tecumseh engine HM70-132018D these would be the gaskets you say you're looking for.

Tecumseh HM70-132018D Parts Diagrams for Engine Parts List #1

Illustration #24 P/N 37342 Cylinder side cover gasket
Illustration #96 P/N 34327A Cylinder head gasket

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