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Looking for Tracks that fit a Craftsman TRAC-Drive snowblower.

I'm hoping for a set that aren't dry rot
will consider whole drive unit
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Might want to post the model number. Old runner just gets that way - not much you can do about it. Good luck




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Sears part # is either 5949 or 5949MA

I wonder are there brands that will fit from say Honda or others that are newer

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Nope - I am pretty sure MTD parts are the only thing that will work for you. Besides if you see how much Honda parts are you will be glad they don't fit! Keep your eye's peeled and something will pop up. If I get one for parts I will let you know, I don't mess around with the tracked ones very often - they get to rusty and troublesome - best to part them out IMO.




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Nope - I am pretty sure MTD parts are the only thing that will work for you. Besides if you see how much Honda parts are you will be glad they don't fit! Keep your eye's peeled and something will pop up. If I get one for parts I will let you know, I don't mess around with the tracked ones very often - they get to rusty and troublesome - best to part them out IMO.
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Any luck on this?
I bought what I thought was the right part for my Craftsman 5/23, but it is not correct.
Here is what I have





I know this thread is over a year old... but who knows?

-Mark-

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This might help the next person.
Take a look at two conflicting sets of TRACs from grey Craftsman 5/32 in this posting...
They are NOT all the same.

https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...26-post42.html
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