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post #1 of 23 Old 12-15-2015, 11:58 AM Thread Starter
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Old Sno Thro rebuild

I have a old Sno Thro i working on. Model H60-7500 3H ,Serial #8197 16144. I need a diagram...pic...or something for the linkage on carb for throttle and governor. Springs are missing, and if i had one i wouldn't know where to put it. I have found a few online but are not quite the same carb as mine...mostly H60's. Does anyone have or know of a place to find a diagram? Right now it only runs wide open. I'm attaching a pic of mine,(hopefully),and don't pay attention to the spring,it's just something i dug up to try.Old Sno Thro rebuild-carb.jpg

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Hi ugeely,
Welcome to the SBF. Check on this link for the Tecumseh manual...page 33 lower right is for old "Snow King" engines. Looks like what you have. MH
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ugeely. Sorry MH, my manual shows figure 25 on page 32 as the correct picture, I think. It also looks like item #220 on the parts list and is Tecumseh part number 30826 which costs $2.50. ugeely, small engine throttle springs are designed to supply the correct tension and "should not" be substituted with a spring that "looks like it will work" at the risk of over speeding and blowing up your motor.
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Check back tomorrow, I will get some pics of mine and post it for you. I could tell you right now that that short spring shouldn't be there. Looks like that one is holding it wide open.

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Thank you...I'll check it out.
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Hello Grunt, I think you nailed it. Thanks a bunch.
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Ok Ray, i'll check back. Thanks
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Here's a pic of mine off an H70.
After looking at it again, just FYI, that is not my gasket glob in the pic. This was an un-retouched carb pic from a project blower with a grenaded Tec 7hp. I may never use it , but if I do, it certainly will be cleaned up to correct standards.


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