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post #1 of 15 Old 10-29-2015, 09:41 PM Thread Starter
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Question Need help finding a part

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I have a toro 524 snowblower with a 5hp Tecumseh motor. HS50 67074B SER-62388

I need the plastic fan that attaches to the flywheel. When I went to start it this year it gernaded into a bunch of pieces.

Ive looked online and have come up with a combo fan/flywheel on ebay for 80$. I just need the fan. Can anyone help?

Tecumseh HS50-67074B - Tecumseh 4-Cycle Horizontal Engine Engine Parts List #1 Diagram and Parts List | PartsTree.com

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Tecumseh Small Engine Flywheel Fan 611156 Order now for same day shipping. 365 day return policy. RepairClinic.com

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Quite possibly. Mine was so far gone I can't tell.

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$7 on ebay - worth a shot.

Tecumseh VLV55 Flywheel Fan 611156 | eBay
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Maybe I looked up the wrong part number bef8re, but I don't remember that being the number. Again, I could easily be wrong

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Tecumseh Flywheel Fan 5HP LAV50 Part 610934 | eBay

this is what you want the other two are for LT (lawn tractor) engines

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What's the difference between the two? Wouldn't they both do the same?

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What's the difference between the two? Wouldn't they both do the same?

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Yes. They both perform the same function but you need to figure out which one you need.

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Can you try to assemble and post a photo of some of the larger pieces to get an idea of what blew up ??

From the parts diagram it looks like the plastic fan should have a cutout on the OD to fit around the magnet that triggers the magneto.
The one posted by 43128 doesn't have that cutout - - > Tecumseh Flywheel Fan 5HP LAV50 Part 610934 | eBay
Does your flywheel (part no. 224) have the external magneto and that magnet in the parts drawing mounted on it ??


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Can't help you with a part, but I have experience replacing one of those plastic fans. They are held in place by simple pressure. To install a replacement, soak the new one in very hot water for a few minutes, then slip it on over the flywheel, it will tighten it's grip as it cools. You could also use a heat gun to warm it up, just be careful not to over cook the plastic. Keep the gun moving. Obviously, you can use the same technique to remove the fan.
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