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Is there a superceded parts list for hmsk80 155550u? I'm trying to find a new starter and a carburetor rebuild kit. I have this exact model, the Tecumseh snowking. I don't know about the (h) mentioned in the start of this thread
 

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The big thing on the starter is if the flywheel has a ring gear (teeth) on it. If it does than you have the option of adding a starter. These starters should work: https://www.google.com/search?q=hmsk80+starter&ie=&oe=

Here would be some HMSK80 carb overhaul kits: https://www.google.com/search?ei=EDSbWrGGMIKMjwSc3Z2oCw&q=hmsk80+carb+over+haul+kit&oq=hmsk80+carb+over+haul+kit&gs_l=psy-ab.3..33i22i29i30k1.61172.65077.0.65232.18.18.0.0.0.0.197.1960.6j12.18.0....0...1c.1.64.psy-ab..0.16.1769...0j0i22i30k1j33i160k1j33i21k1.0.n6fXXObzAyI
You might want to check the carb itself for numbers to make sure you're getting the right kit.
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Here's the Parts Schematic for that HMSK80 Tecumseh engine on PartsTree:

https://www.partstree.com/parts/tecumseh/engines-horizontal-4-cycle-engine/hmsk80-155550u-tecumseh-4-cycle-horizontal-engine/engine-parts-list-1/

When marked as NLA, use their valid Parts Numbers (and Prices ONLY as a guide) on eBay or Google periodically. NLA parts may not be readily available right now; but they'll show up again and again as old inventory comes on the market . . . . or as substitute OEM replacement parts are cross-referenced by after-market companies.

You just have to know what you're hunting for, and recognize it when it becomes available. Regarding the meaning of that HMSK Coding, I know that the "H" indicates Horizontal Crankshaft, and the "M" indicates Medium Frame; but I don't recall what Tecumseh's convention was for the SK Codes.
 
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