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Operator's Manual Snow Thrower 8,5 Horsepower Electric Start 27 " Dual Stage Model 536.881851 CAUTION : Before using this product , read this manual and follow all of its Safety Rules and Operating Instructions . Manual del usario Quitanieves 8,5 caballos de fuerza ( hp ) Arranque el _ ctrico 27 " Biet _ pico Modelo 536.881851 PRECAUCl6N : Antes de usar este producto , lea este manual y siga todas las reglas de seguridad e instruccionesde operacibn . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . 198928 Rev . 1 07,19,05 BY www . sears . com / craftsman Printed in U , S . A .
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WARRANTY STATEMENT . . . . 2 STORAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 SAFETY RULES . . . . . . . . . . . • , 2 TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE . . . 34 INTERNATIONAL SYMBOLS • , 4 REPAIR PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • o 6 ENGINE REPAIR PARTS . . . . . . . 56 OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 SPANISH ( ESPAI ; IOL ) . . . . . . . . . . 63 MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 PARTS ORDERING / SERVICE . , SERVICE AND ADJUSTMEN1 21 BACK COVER UMITED TWO - YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN SNOW THROWER For two years from the date of pumhase , when this Craftsman Snow thrower is maintained , lubricated , and tuned up according to the operating and maintenance instructions in the owner's manual , Sears will repair , free of charge , any defect in material or workmanship . If this Craftsman Snow thrower is used for commerciai or rental purposes , this warranty ap - plies for only 90 days from the date of purchase . This warranty does not cover the following : • Items which become wom during normal use , such as spark plugs , drive Pelts and shear pins . • Repair necessary because of operator abuse or negligence , including bent crankshafts and the failure to maintain the equipment according to the instructions contained in the owner's manual . WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY RETURNING THE CRAFTSMAN SNOW THROWER TO THE NEAREST SEARS SERVICE CENTER IN THE UNITED STATES . THIS WARRANTY APPUES ONLY WHILETHIS PRODUCT IS IN USE IN THE UNITED STATES . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rightswhich may vary from state to state . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , D817WA , Hoffman Estates . IL 60179 IT MEANS - ATI'ENTION ! II BECOME ALERT ! ! ! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED . LOOK FOR THIS SYMBOL TO POINT OUT IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . nect the spark plug wire _ WARNING : Always discon - and place it where it cannot make contact with spark plug to Engine Exhaust , some of its constituents , and prevent accidental starting during : certain vehicle components contain or emit Preparation , Maintenance , or Stor - chemicals known to the State of California to age of your snow thrower . cause cancer and birth defects or other repro - ductive harm . IMPORTANT : Safety standards re - Battery posts , terminals and related accossorles quire operator presence controls to contain lead and lead compounds , chemicals minimize the risk of injury . Your snow known to the State of California to cause cancer thrower is equipped wRh such controls . and birth defects or other reproductive harm . Do not attempt to defeat the function of WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING . the operator presence control under any circumstances .
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TRAINING OPERATION 1 . Read this operating and service instruction 1 . Do notoperate this snow thrower if you are manual carefully . Be thoroughly familiar taking drugs or o _ er medication which can with the controls and the proper use of the cause drowsiness or affect your ability to snow thrower . Know how to stop the snow operate this snow thrower . othrower and disengage the controls quick - 2 . Do not use the snow thrower if you are ly . mentally or physically unable to operate the 2 . Never allow children to operate the snow snow thrower safely . thrower . Never allow adults to operate the 3 . Do not put hands or feat near or under ro - snow thrower without proper instruction . tating parts . Keep clear of the discharge 3 . Keep the area of operation clear of all per - opening at all times . sons , particularly small children and pets . 4 . Exercise extreme caution when operating 4 . Exercise caution to avoid slipping or falling on or crossing gravel drives , walks or especially when operating in reverse . roads . Stay alert for hidden hazards or traffic . PREPARATION , After striking a foreign object , stop the en - 1 . Thoroughly inspect the area where the gine ( motor ) , remove the wire from the snow thrower is to be used and remove all spark plug , thoroughly inspect snow doormats , sleds , beards , wires , and other thrower for any damage , and repair the foreign objects . damage before restarting and operating the snow thrower . 2 . Disengage all clutches before starting the engine ( motor ) . 6 . If the snow thrower should start to vibrate 3 . Do not operate the snow thrower without abnormally , stop the engine ( motor ) and wearing adequate winter outer garments . check immediately for the cause . Vibration Wear footwear that will improve footing on is generally a warning of trouble . slippery surfaces . 7 . Stop the engine ( motor ) whenever you 4 . Handle fuel with care ; it is highly flam - leave the operating position , before un - mable . clogging the auger / impeller housing or dis - a . Use an approved fuel container . charge chute and when making any repairs , adjustments , or inspections . b . Never remove fuel tank cap or add fuel to a running engine ( motor ) or hot en - 8 . When cleaning , repairing , or inspecting , gine ( motor ) . make certain the auger / impeller and all c . Fill fuel tank outdoors with extreme moving parts have stopped and all controls care . Never fill fuel tank indoors . are disengaged . Disconnect the spark plug wire end keep the wire away from _ spark d . Replace fuel cap securely and wipe up plug to prevent accidental starting . spilled fuel . e . Never store fuel or snow thrower with 9 . Take allpossible preca _ ons when leaving the snow thrower unattended . Disengage fuel in the tank inside of a building the auger / impeller , stop engine ( motor ) , where fumes may reach an open flame and remove key . or spark . 10 . DO not start or run ongine in enclosed area , f . Check fuel supply before each use , al - even If doors or windows are open . Ex - lowing space for expansion as the heat haust fumes are dangerous ( containing of the engine ( motor ) and / or sun can CARBON MONOXIDE , an ODORLESS cause fuel to expand . and DEADLY GAS ) . . For all snow throwers with electric starting 11 . DO not clear snow across the face of motors use electric starting extension slopes . Exercise extreme caution when cords certified CSA / UL Use only with a re - changing direction on slopes . Do not at - ceptacle that has been installed in accord - tempt to clear steep slopes . ance with local inspection authorities . . Let engine ( motor ) and snow thrower ad - 12 . Never operate the snow thrower without just to outdoortemperatures before starting proper guards , plates or other safety pro - to clear snow . tective devices in place . 7 . Always wear safety glasses or eye shields 13 . Never operate the snow thrower near en - during operation or while performing an ad - closures , automobiles , window wells , drop - justment or repair to protect eyes from offs , and the likewithout proper adjustment foreign objects that may be thrown from the of the snow discharge angle . Keep children snow thrower . and pets away . 3
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14 . Donotoverloadthesnowthrower capacity 2 . Store the snowthrower away from ign _ Jon by attempting to clear snow at too fast a sources or appliances that have a pilot rate . light , such as hot water and space beaters , 15 . Never operate the snow thrower at high clothes dryers , etc . . . . Allow the engine transport speeds on slippery surfaces . ( motor ) to cool before storing inany enclos - Look behind and use care when backing ure , up . 3 . Always refer to operator's guide instruc - 16 . Never direct discharge at bystanders or tions for important details if the snow allow anyone in front of the snow thrower . thrower is to be stored for an extended 17 . Disengage power to the collector / impeller period . when snow thrower is transported or not in 4 . Maintain or replace safet _ and instruction use . labels , as necessary . 18 . Use only attachments and accessories ap - 5 . Run the snow thrower a few minutes after proved by the manufacturer of the snow throwing snow to prevent freeze - up of the thrower ( such as tire chains , electric start auger / impeller . kits , ect . ) . 19 . Never operate the snow thrower without good visibility or light . Always be sure of A forARuNsIeNGo : n sTidheiswaslknso , w dthrirvoewwearysis your footing and keep a firm hold on the and other ground level surfaces . handles . Walk ; never run . Caution should be exercised while using on 20 . Do not over - reach . Keep proper footing steep sloping surfaces . DO NOT USE and balance at all times . SNOW THROWER ON SURFACES ABOVE 21 . Do not attempt to use snow thrower on a GROUND LEVEL such as roofs of resi - roof . dences , garages , porches or other such MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE structures or buildings . 1 . Check shear bolts and other bolts at fre - quent intervals for proper tightness to be sure the snow thrower is in safe working condition . IMPORTANT : Many of the following symbols are located on your snow thrower or on litera - ture supplied with the product . Before you operate the snow thrower , learn and understand the purpose for each symbol . CONTROL AND OPERATING SYMBOLS Slow Fast Electric Start Engine Start Engine Run On E gine Stop Choke Off Choke On G Throttle Primer Button Ignition Key Ignition Off Ignition On 4
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Drive Clutch Forward Reverse Auger Clutch Auger Collector Engage Push To Engage Fuel Oil Fuel Oil Mixture Electric Starter f Discharge DOWN Discharge UP Discharge LEFT Discharge RIGHT 0 Weight Transfer Weight Transfer Transmission Ignition Key Lift Handle To Depress Pedal Insert To Run , Engage To Disengage Pull Out To Stop . SafetyWarningSymbols A m - + DANGER DANGER WARNING Thrown Objects . Thrown Objects . Keep Bystanders Away . Keep Bystanders Away . IMPORTANT DANGER Read Owner's Manual Avoid Injury From Before Operating Rotating Auger . Keep iDANGERne This Machine . Hands , Feet And Stop The Eng Before Clothing Away . Unclogging Discharge Chutel fWARNINGace Hot Sur STOP 5
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CONTENTS OF PARTS BAG ( ACTUAL SIZE ) 1 - Owner's Manual ( not shown ) 1 - Packet of Fuel Stabilizer ( not shown ) 1 - Warranty Card ( not shown ) * Non - Assembly Parts , found in toolbox located on belt cover * 2 - Shear Pins
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A saAfeRtyNINgGla : sseAslwaoyrseyweeasrhields while assembling snow thrower . TOOLS REQUIRED FOR ASSEMBLY 1 - Knife to cut carton 2 - 1 / 2 inch wrenches Figure 1 ( or adjustable wrenches ) 2 - 9 / 16 inch wrenches Figure 1 shows the snow thrower in the ( or adjustable wrenches ) shipping position . 2 - 3 / 4 inch wrenches Figure 2 shows the snow thrower com - ( or adjustable wrenches ) pletely assembled . References to the right or left hand side 1 - Pliers ( to spread cotter pin ) of the snow thrower are from the view - 1 - Screwdriver point of the operator's position behind 1 - Measuring tape or ruler the unit . TO REMOVE SNOW THROWER cable back away from the motor FROM CARTON frame . , Locate all parts packed separately Auger Drive Lever n and remove from the carton . " _ _ L _ - - - - - - - . - Traction NOTE : Place fuel stabilizerin a _ Drwe Lever safe place untilneeded for storage . , _ " Clutch Cable Remove and discardthe packing materialfrom around the snow thrower . nk Assembly 3 . Cut down all four comers of the car - ton and lay the panels flat . 4 . Cut the straps that secure the axle ShifteJ ' _ _ r _ [ _ ft _ tector to the pallet . Lever 5 . For shipping purposes , the height adjust skids are attached to the pallet . Remove the screw that se - cures each height adjust skid to the pallet . See Figure 2 . 6 . Roll snow thrower off the pallet by pulling on the lower handle . CAU - Height TION : DO NOT back over control Adjust cables . Skid 7 , Remove all packing material from the unit . 8 . Cut ties securing the clutch control cable to the lower handle and lay Scre _ Figure2 7
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TO ASSEMBLE THE HANDLE AND 6 . Install the fasteners that were re - CRANK ASSEMBLY moved in step 4 . DO NOT tighten 1 . Cut tie holding shift rod to lower until all bolts are in place . handle and move shifter to the first forward gear . 2 . Cut and discard the plastic tie that Left Side Of secures the crank assembly . 3 . Loosen , but do not remove , the screws , flatwashers , Iockwashers , and hex nuts in the upper holes of the lower handle . See Figure 3 . 4 . Remove the fasteners and the eye - bolt from the lower holes of the low - 3 / 8 " Nylon er handle See Figure 5 , htHand Side Loosen , but do not Eye Bolt Flatwasher Figure 5 remove 11 / 32 " Fiatwasher 5 / 16 " Hex 7 . Attach the crank rod to the universal joint assembly with the hair pin . See 5 / 16 " Screw Figure 6 . 8 . Tighten nut on eye bolt . Make sure 5 / 1 _ ' _ eye bolt is properlyaligned and the Lockwasher crank can freely rotate . Figure 3 9 . " 13ghtenall handle and panel bolts . NOTE : Make sure the cables are not caught between the upper and lower handle . . Raise the upper handle intooperat - ing position . NOTE : If the cables have become dis - connectedform the drive levers , rein - stallthe cables as shown in Figure4 . Lever " Z " Fitting _ , Universal Crank : : led Figure 6 Control Cable Figure 4 8
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NOTE : If the cables have become dis - Traction Drive Cable Auger Drive Cable connected , connect cables as shown in Figure 7 . Figure 7 HOW TO ASSEMBLE THE CHUTE DEFLECTOR Chute Deflector 1 . Remove the carriage bolt . See Figure8 . 2 . Raise the chute deflector into op - erating position . 3 . Fasten chute deflector to flange Operating _ Nut with carriage bolt , Make sure to installwith head of carriage bolt on Position the insideof the flange . 4 . Fasten with washer and Iocknut . 5 . 13ghten Iocknut securely . NOTE : Make sure all carriage Carriage Bolt bolts in flange are tight . DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN , Flange Figure 8 HOW TO SET THE SKID HEIGHT Your snow thrower is equipped with height for different conditions , see To Adjust Skid Height paragraph in the height adjust skids on the outside of the auger housing . To adjust the skid Service And Adjustment section . HOW TO SET THE LENGTH OF THE CABLES The cables were adjusted at the factory be too tight or too loose . If an adjust - and no adjustments should be neces - ment is necessary , see = How To Check sary . However , after the handles are put And Adjust The Cables " in the Service in the operating position , the cables can And Adjustment section .
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CHECKLIST Before you operate your new snow shipped with the starter cord plugged thrower , to ensure that you receive the into the engine . Before operating , un - best performance and satisfaction from plug the starter cord from the engine . this quality product , please review the following checklist : While learning how to use your snow P " All assembly instructionshave been thrower , pay extra attention to the fol - completed . lowing important items : v " The discharge chute rotates freely . _ ' Engine oil is at proper level . Use a P " No remaining loose parts in carton . high quality detergent oil classified P " Check the fasteners . Make sure all = For Service SG , SH , SJ , SL , or fasteners are tight . higher " . _ " Check the air pressure of the tires . _ " Make sure gas tank is filled properly Correct air pressure is from 14 to 17 with clean , fresh , unleaded gasoline PSI . See the side of the tire for maxi - with a minimum of 85 octane . mum inflation . Do not exceed maxi - / I Become familiar with all controls - mum inflation . their location and function . Operate I ! On electric start models , the unit was controls before starting engine . lO
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KNOW YOUR SNOW THROWER READ THIS OWNER'S MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERATING YOUR SNOW THROWER . Compare the illustrations with your SNOW THROWER to familiarize yourself with the location of various controls and adjustments . Save this manual for future reference . Drive Lever Augere ( left hand ) Driv Lever ( right hand ) Choke Control Gas Speed Crank Primer Cap Shifter j Assembly Lever Button Chute Deflector Discharge Chute Safety Electric Key Start Button Stopitch Sw Recoil Starter Height Handle Adiust Shear Pin Skid , ' - - - - - - Scraper Bar Figure 9 Auger Drive Lever - Startsand stops Safety Key - Must push in to start the theauger and impeller ( snow gathering engine . and throwing ) Recoil Starter Handle - Starts the en - gine manually . Traction Drive Lever - Propelsthe snowthrower forwardand in reverse . Choke Control - Used to start a cold engine . Speed Shifter Lever - Selects the speed of the snow thrower ( 6 speeds for - Primer Button - Injects fuel directly into ward and 2 speeds reverse ) . the carburetor manifold for fast starts in cold weather . Crank Assembly - Changes the direc - tion of snow throwing through the dis - Electric Start Button - ( if so equipped ) Used to start the engine using the 120 V charge chute . electric starter . Chute Deflector - Changes the distance the snow is thrown . Shear Pin - Shear pinsare designedto - break ( to protectthe machine ) if an ob Discharge Chute - Changes the height iect becomeslodgedinthe auger hous - and direction the snow is thrown . ing . Height Adjust Skid - Adjusts the ground Toolbox - Spare shear pinsand spacers are locatedintoolbox . clearance of the auger housing . 11
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HOW TO MOVE FORWARD AND The operation of any snow thrower can BACKWARD result in foreign objects being thrown into the eyes , which can result in se - 1 . TOshift , release the traction drive vere eye damage . Always wear safety lever ( left hand ) and move the glasses or eye shieldswhile operating speed shifter lever to the speed you the snow thrower . desire . Ground speed is deter - We recommend standard safety mined by snow conditions . Select glasses or a wide visionsafety mask for the speed you desire by moving the over your glasses . speed shifter lever left into the ap - propriate notches on the shift lever plate : Manual before operating A ARNING : Read Owner's Speeds 1,2 - Wet , Heavy machine . Never direct dis - Speed 3 - Light charge toward bystanders . Stop the Speed 4 - Very Light engine before unclogging discharge Speed 5,6 - Transport only chute or auger housing and before 2 . Engage the traction drive lever ( left leaving the machine . hand ) . As the snow thrower starts to move , maintain a firm hold on the TO STOP YOUR handles , and guide the snow throw - SNOW THROWER er along the clearing path . Do not 1 . To stop throwing snow , release the attempt to push the snow thrower . auger drive lever . 3 . To move the snow thrower back - ward , move the speed shifter lever 2 . To stop the wheels , release the right into first or second reverse and traction drive lever . engage the traction drive lever ( left 3 . To stop the engine , pull out the hand ) . safety key . IMPORTANT : Do not move the speed CAUTION : To stop the engine , do not shifterlever while the traction lever is move the choke control to CHOKE down . position . Backfire or engine damage can occuh TO THROW SNOW 1 . Push down the auger driver lever TO CONTROL SNOW DISCHARGE ( right hand ) . 2 . Release to stop throwingsnow . 1 . " rum the chute control rod to set the direction of the snow throwing . TO USE WHEEL LOCKOUT PIN , 2 . Loosen the wing knob on the chute The right hand wheel is secured to deflector and move the deflector to the axle with a klick pin . This unit set the distance . Move the deflector was shipped with this klick pin in the ( Up ) for more distance , ( Down ) for locked position ( through wheel less distance . Then tighten the hole ) . See Figure 11 . wing knob ( See Figure 10 ) . Klick Pin Wing Knob 2 - Wheel Drive Locked Position ure 10 Figure 11 12
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NOTE : Do not check the level of the 2 . For ease of maneuverability in light snow conditions , disconnect the oil while the engine runs , klick pin from the wheel locked 2 . Remove the oil fill cap / dipstick and position and push into the single wipe with a clean cloth . wheel drive position ( unlocked axle 3 . Insert the oil fill cap / dipstick and hole only ) . See Figure 12 . turn clockwise to tighten . 4 . Remove the oil fill cap / dipstick and K ] ick Pin check the oil . 5 . If necessary , add oil until the oil reaches the FULL mark on the oil fill cap / dipstick ( see Figure 13 ) . Do not add too much oil . • OII FillCap / Dipstick Unlocked Single Wheel Position Drive Figure 12 NOTE : Make sure that the klick pin is % in the singlewheel drive positionof the NOTE : level axle onlyand not throughthe locked must be at the position . Full mark Figure 13 BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE 6 . " Nghten the fill cap / dipstick securely tw Before you service or start the en - each time you check the oil level . gine , familiarize yourself with the NOTE : Synthetic oil can assist with snow thrower . Be sure you under - starting in extreme cold temperatures . stand the function and location of all Synthetic 5W30 is acceptable for all controls . temperatures . DO NOT mix oil with . Check the tension of clutch cable gasoline . before starting the engine . See To FILL GAS : Adjust The Control Cable para - graph in the Service & Adjust - This engine is certified to operate on ments section of this manual . gasoline . Exhaust Emission Control , Be sure that all fasteners are tight . System : EM ( Engine Modifications ) . 4 . Make sure the height adjust skids fuels ( called gasohol or are properly adjusted . See To Ad - _ ARNING : Alcohol blended those using ethanol or just Skid Height paragraph in the methanol ) can attract moisture Service & Adjustments section of this manual . which leads to separation and formation of acids during storage . . Check tire pressure ( 14 - 17 Acidic gas can damage the fuel sys - pounds ) . Do not exceed maximum tem of an engine while in storage . amount of pressure . NOTE : To avoid engine problems , the CHECK THE OIL : fuel system must be emptied before NOTE : The engine was shippedfrom storage for 30 days Orlonger . Start the the factoryfilledwith oil . Check the lev - engine and let it run until the fuel lines el of the oil , Add oil as needed . and carburetor are empty . Use fresh fuel next season . See the Storage To Add Oil section in this manual for additional in - 1 , Make sure the unit is level . formation . 13
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leaded gasoline . Make sure that the Never use engine or carburetorcleaner containeryou pourthe gasolinefrom is productsinthe fuel tank or permanent clean and free from rustor otherforeign damage may occur . particles . Never use gasolinethat may Fillthe fueltank onlywitha fresh , clean , be stale from long periodsof storagein unleaded regular , unleaded premium , or the container . reformulatedautomotivegasolinewitha minimumof 85 octane . DO NOT use • Never fill the tank completely . Fill the tank to approximately 1 - 1 / 2 " mable . Always use caution A ARNING : Gasoline is flam - below the top of the tank opening when handling or storing to provide space for expansion of gasoline . fuel . • Turn engine off and let engine • Always fill fuel tank outdoors and cool at least two minutes before use a funnel or spout to prevent removing the gas cap . spilling . • Do not fill fuel tank while snow • Make sure to wipe up any spilled thrower is running , when it is hot , fuel before stating the engine , or when snow thrower is in an en - closed area . • Store gasoline in a clean , ap - proved container and keep the • Keep away from open flame or an cap in place on the container . electrical spark and do not smoke while filling the fuel tank . TO STOP ENGINE TO START ENGINE Be sure that the engine oil is at FULL CAUTION : To stop the engine , do not mark on dipstick , The snow thrower en - move the choke control to CHOKE gine is equipped with a 120 volt A , C . position . Backfire or engine damage electric starter and recoil starter . Before can occuh starting the engine , be certain that you have read the following information . 1 . Push the stop switch to the OFF If engine floods , set the choke to the position . OPEN / RUN position and crank until the engine starts . Stop Switch of the starter cord ( kick - A ARNING : Rapid retractionor back ) will pull your hand arm toward the engine faster than you can let go of the starter cord . Figure 14 Broken bones , fractures , bruises , or sprains could result . 2 . Pull out the safety key . • When starting the engine , slow - ly pull the starter cord until re - sistance is felt . Then , rapidly pull the starter cord . Safety Key • Before starting the engine , re - move all external equipment / en - gine loads . • Make sure components ; such as impellers , pulleys or sprockets , Figure 15 are securely attached . 14
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If your system is grounded and s three - hole receptacle is not avail - equipped with a three - wire , _ WARNING : The starter is able at the point your starter will power cord and plug and is normally be used , one should be designed to operate on 120 volt AC installed by a licensed electrician . household current . It must be prop - When connecting 120 volt AC erly grounded at all times to avoid " Power Cord " , always connect the the possibility of electrical shock cord to the Switch Box on the en - which may be injurious to operator . gine first , then plug the other end Follow all instructions carefully into the three - hole grounded re - as sat forth in the " To Start En - ceptacle . When disconnecting gine " section . " Power Cord " , always unplug the Determine that your house wiring end In the three - hole grounded re - is a three - wire grounded system . ceptacle first . Ask a licensed electrician if you are not sure . If your house wire system is not a three - wire system , do not use this electric starter un - der any conditions . Choke Knob Safety Key Power Cord Recoil Starter Receptacle Stop Switch Handle Figure 16 6 . Push the primer button as speci - How To Start A Cold Engine fied below . Remove finger from 1 . Be sure auger drive and traction primer button between pushes . drive levers are in the disengaged • Push two times if temperature is ( RELEASED ) position . 15 ° F ( - 9 ° C ) or higher . 2 . Push the stop switch to the ON • Push four times if temperature is position ( see Figure 16 ) . below 15 ° F ( - 9 ° C ) . 3 . Push in the safety key . 7 . ( E / ecfric Start ) Push down on the 4 . Rotate the choke knob to the starter button u _ l the engine starts . CHOKE position . To prolongthe life of the starter , do not crank for more than 5 seconds at a 5 . ( Electric Start ) Plug the power cord time . Wait one minute between starts into the starter motor on the en - to allow the starter motor to cool . gine . Plug the other end of power , ( Recoil Start ) Slowly pull the recoil cord into a three - hole , grounded starter handle until resistance is 120 VOLT , AC receptacle . 15
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, felt and then pull rapidly to start the With engine off , allow engine to cool for several minutes . engine . Do not allow the recoil starter handle to snap back . Slowly 2 . Pull starter rope very slowly until re - retum the recoil starter handle . sistance is felt , then stop . Allow the starter rope to recoil . Repeat three 9 . If the engine does not start in 5 or 6 times . tries , See Difficult Starting in the . = ' l'mubleshooting Table " . With the engine not running , wipe all snow and moisture from the carbu - 10 . Allow the engine to warm up for retor cover in area of controls and several minutes . As the engine levers . Also , move the choke control warms up , adjust the choke knob and starter handle several times . toward the RUN position . Wait until the engine runs smoothly before each choke adjustment . gine indoors or in enclosed , 11 . ( Electric Start ) First disconnect A WARNING : Never run en - power cord from receptacle . Then , poorly ventilated areas . En - gine exhaust contains CARBON disconnect the power cord from the starter motor . MONOXIDE , AN ODORLESS AND DEADLY GAS . Keep hands , feet , How To Start A Warm Engine hair and loose clothing away from any moving parts on engine and If restarting a warm engine after a short snow thrower . shutdown , leave the choke lever in the off position and do not push the primer • Engine parts , especially the muf - button , if the engine fails to start , follow fler , become extremely hot . Se - the Cold Start instructions . vere thermal burns can occur on contact . Allow the engine to cool before touching . Frozen Starter • Never allow children to operate If the starter is frozen and will not turn the snow thrower . Never allow the engine , follow the steps below . adults to operate the snow throw - 1 . Pull as much starter rope as pos - er without proper instruction . sible out of the starter . • Keep the area of operation clear 2 . Release the starter handle and let it of all persons , particularly small snap back against the starter . Re - children and pets . peat until the engine starts . • Never leave the snowthrower un - Warm engines will cause condensation attended while the engine is run - in cold weather . To prevent possible ning . Anyone operating the en - gine or equipment must carefully freeze - up of recoil starter and engine read and understand the operat - controls , proceed as follows after each ing instructions . snow removal job . 16
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TO REMOVE SNOW FROM AUGER stickto remove snowfrom the auger housing . to remove snow or debris . ARNING : Do not attempt • Release auger drive lever . that may become lodged in • Remove ( do not turn ) safety key . auger with your hands . Use the cleaning stick to remove snow or • Disconnectspark plug wire . debris . • Do not place your hands inthe au - A cleaning stick is attached to the top of ger or dischargechute . Use the the auger housing . Use the cleaning cleaning stickto remove snow . SNOW THROWING TIPS 1 . For maximum snow thrower efficien - set the skids at 1 - 1 / 4 " below the cy in removingsnow , adjust ground scraper bar . See To Adjust Skid speed . Go slower indeep , freezing Height paragraph inthe Service & or wet snow . If the wheels slips , re - Adjustments sectionof this manu - duce forward speed . al . Rocks and gravel must not be picked up and thrownby the ma - 2 . Most efficientsnow throwingis ac - chine . complishedwhen the snow is re - moved immediatelyafter iffalls . . After the snow throwing job has 3 . For complete snow removal , slightly been completed , allow the engine to idle for a few minutes , which will ovedap each path previouslytaken . melt snow and accumulated ice off 4 . The snow should be discharged the engine . down windwhenever possible . . Clean the snow thrower thoroughly 5 . . For normalusage , set the skids so after each use . that the scraper bar is 1 / 8 " above the skids . For extremely hard - 9 . Remove ice and snow accumulation packed snow surfaces , adjust the and all debrisfrom the entire snow skids upward so that the scraper thrower , and flushwith water ( if pos - bar touchesthe ground . sible ) to remove all salt or other 6 . On gravel or crushed rock surfaces , chemicals . Wipe snow thrower dry . 17
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CUSTOMER RESPONSIBIUTIES SERVICERECORDS Fillindatesasyou Before Every Every Every Every Each _ IO0 Before completeregular Each 8 25 50ours service . Use Often Hours Hours H Hours Season Storage Change Engine Oil _ / Check and Clean Spark Plug " _ Clean and Inspect SparkArrestor _ " Check Fuel " _ AugerDriveBelt * _ / ii • Adjust after 2 to 4 hours of use , GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS The warranty on this snow thrower does AFTER EACH USE not cover items that have been subjected • Run the machine to clear the auger to operator abuse or negligence . To re - of snow . ceive full value from the warranty , the op - • To prevent freezing of the auger or erator must maintain the snow thrower as controls , remove all snow and slush instructed in this manual . from the snow thrower . Some adjustments will need to be made • Check for any loose or damaged periodically to properly maintain your parts . snow thrower . • _ ghten any loose fasteners . Maintenance , replacement , or repair of the emission control devices and systems can • Check and maintain the auger . be performed by any non - road engine re - • Check controls to make sure they pair establishment or individual . Regular are functioning properly . maintenance will improve the performance • If any parts are worn or damaged , and extend the life of the engine . replace immediately . flywheel with a hammer or a A ARNING : Do not strike ythe - hard opject , ff done , the fl wheel can shatter during operation . Do not tamper with the governor spring , links or other parts to in - crease engine speed . 18
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ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS SNOW THROWER AUGER DRIVE BELT HORSEPOWER 8 . SHP Adjust the auger drive belt after the first DISPLACEMENT 249 cc 2 to 4 hours of use , again about mid - BORE 75rnm ( 2.970 in . ) season and twice each season thereaf - ter ( See to " Belt Adjustment " in the STROKE 56ram ( 2.205 in . ) Service and Adjustment section ) , GASOLINE 3 quarts CHAIN LUBRICATION CAPACITY ( unleaded ) EVERY 25 HOURS OIL CAPACITY 1 . Position speed selector lever in first ( 18 oz capacity ) 5W30 ( 1 ) forward gear . SPARK PLUG : Champion RJ19LM 2 . Stand the snow blower up on the ( Gap . 030 in . ) or auger housing end . equivalent NOTE : When the crank case if filled with oil , do not leave the VALVE Intake : 0.004 - 0.006 in . snow blower standing up on the CLEARANCE : Exhaust : 0.009 - 0.011 in . auger housing for an extended ARMATURE period of time , AIR GAP : 0.010 - 0.014 in . 3 . Remove the bottom panel . 4 . Lubricate the chains with a chain POWER RATINGS type lubricant . The power ratings for an individual 5 . For storage , wipe the hexshaft and engine model are initially developed by sprockets with 5W30 motor oil . starting with SAE ( Society of Automo - tive Engineers ) code J1940 ( Small NOTE : Clean all excess grease or Engine Power & Torque Rating Proce - oil found on the rubber friction dure ) ( Revision 2002 - 05 ) . Given both wheel or the disc drive plate . the wide array of products on which our CAUTION : Do not allow grease or engines are placed , and the variety of oil to contact the rubber friction environmental issues applicable to wheel or the disc drive plate , operating the equipment , it may be that the engine you have purchased will not 6 . Install the bottom panel . develop the rated horsepower when Chain used in a piece of power equipment ( actual = on - site " power ) . This difference is due to a variety of factors including , but not limited to , the following : differ - ences in altitude , temperature , baro - metric pressure , humidity , fuel , engine lubrication , maximum governed engine speed , individual engine to engine variability , design of the particular piece of power equipment , the manner in which the engine is operated , engine run - in to reduce friction and clean out of combustion chambers , adjustments to AUGER GEAR BOX the valves and carburetor , and other The auger gear box is lubricated at the factors . The power ratings may also be factory and should not require addition - adjusted based on comparisons to al lubrication . If for some reason the other similar engines utilized in similar lubricant should leak out , have auger applications , and will therefore not gear case checked by a competent re - necessarily match the values derived using the foregoing codes . pairman . 19
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ENGINE Change the oil every fifty ( 50 ) hours or at least once a year if the snow thrower LUBRICATION Check the crankcase oil level before is not used for fifty ( 50 ) hours . starting the engine and after each eight TO CHANGE ENGINE OIL ( 8 ) hours of continuous use . See 1 . Position the snow thrower so that Figure 18 . Add S . A . E . 5W30 motor oil the oil drain plug is at the lowest as needed . Synthetic 5W30 is accept - point on the engine . able for all temperatures . Tighten fill 2 . When the engine is warm , remove cap / dipstick securely each time you check the oil level . the oil drain plug and the oil fill cap / dipstick ( see Figure 18 ) . Drain Oil Fill Cap / DipsUck the oil into a suitable container . , After draining all the oil , reinstall the oil drain plug securely . 4 . Fill the engine crankcase with the recommended motor oil , pouring slowly . DO NOT OVERFILL . See = 1 " oAdd Oil " in the Operation Sec - Oil tion . NOTE : Figure 18 SPARK PLUG . Before installing the spark plug , coat the threads lightly with oil for Check the spark plug every twenty - easy removal , Tighten the spark five ( 25 ) hours . Replace the spark plug plug to a torque of 15 foot - pounds . if the electrodes are pitted or burned , if Feeler Gauge the porcelain is cracked , or every 100 0.030 " hoursof use . 1 . Make sure the spark plug is clean . Clean the spark plug by carefully scraping the electrodes ( do not sand blast or use a wire brush ) . 2 . Check the spark plug gap with a Spark Plug feeler gauge and reset gap to 0.30 " Figure 19 if necessary . See Figure 19 . 2O
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raise the adjustable skids . _ ghten nect the spark plug wire and the mounting nuts . See Figure 20 . A ARNING : Always discon - place it where it cannot NOTE : For rocky or uneven surfaces , make contact with spark plug to pre - raise the front of the snow thrower by vent accidental starting when mak - moving the skids down . ing any adjustments or repairs . maintain proper ground A ARNING : Be certain ttoicular TO ADJUST SKID HEIGHT clearance for your par This snow thrower is equipped with two area to be cleared . Objects such as height adjustment skids , located on gravel , rocks or other debris , if the outside of the auger housing . See struck by the impeller , may be Figure 20 . thrown with sufficient force to cause These skids elevate the front of the personal injury , property damage or snow thrower . damage to the snow thrower . TO ADJUST SCRAPER BAR Nuts After considerableuse , the metal scrap - er bar will have a definitewear pattem . The scraper bar in conjunctionwiththe skids shouldalways be adjusted to al - . O low 1 / 8 " between the scraper bar and the sidewalk or area to be cleaned . 1 . Positionthe snow thrower on a level surface . Height Adjust Skid Figure 20 . Make sure both tires are equally in - flated . Proper tire pressure is 14 to For normal hard surfaces , such as a 17 PSI . See side of tire for maxi - paved driveway or walk , adjust the mum inflation . Do not exceed maxi - skids as follows . mum sidewall pressure on tire . 1 . Position the snow thrower on a level 3 . Loosen the carriage bolts and nuts surface . securingthe scraper bar to the au - . Make sure both tires are equally in - ger housing . flated . Proper tire pressure is 14 to 4 . Adjust the scraper bar to the proper 17 PSI . See side of tire for maxi - position . mum inflation . Do not exceed maxi - mum sidewall pressure on tire . 5 . " 13ghtenthe carriage boltsand nuts , making sure that the scraper bar is 3 . Place the extra shear bolts supplied parallelwith the workingsurface . with the unit under each end of the scraper bar next to the adjustable 1 For extended operation , the scraper skids . bar may be reversed . If the scraper 4 . Loosen the mounting nuts that hold bar must be replaceddue to wear , the adjustable skids . To bring the remove the carriage boltsand nuts front of the snow thrower down , and installa new scraperbar . 21
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HOW TO REMOVE Mounting Screws THE SNOW HOOD Snow Hood To access the spark plug , the snow hood must be removed as follows : Spark Plug 1 . Remove the choke control knob ( see Figure 21 ) . 2 . Remove the safety key . 3 . Remove the mounting screws ( see Figure 22 ) . 4 . Slowly remove the snow hood . Make sure that the primer button hose and the Ignition wire are not disconnected . 5 . The spark plug can now be ac - cessed . 6 . To install the snow hood , first make sure that the primer button hose igure 22 and the ignition wire are connected . 7 . Mount the snow hood to the engine and secure with the mounting Choke screws ( see Figure 22 ) . Control Knob 8 . Connect the choke control knob with the choke shaft on the carbure - tor ( see Figure 23 and Figure 24 ) . Make sure the choke control knob is properly installed . If the choke con - trol knob is not installed correctly , the choke will not operate . 9 . Install the safety key . Choke Choke ShaR Figure 23 Key Carburetor Figure 21 Figure 24 22
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BELT ADJUSTMENT . Have someone engage auger drive Traction Drlve Belt clutch . Check tension on belt ( op - The tractiondrive belt has constant posite idler pulley ) . Beltshouldde - spring pressure and does not require flect about 1 / 2 inch ( 12.5 mm ) with an adjustment . If the traction drive belt moderate pressure ( Figure 26 ) . You is slipping , replace the belt . See = How may have to move idler pulleymore To Replace The Belts " in the Service than once to obtain the correctten - And Adjustment section . sion . Auger Drive Belt Auger If your snow blower will not discharge snow , check the control cable adjust - , _ EDngiVnee ment . If it is correct , then check the - _ Pulley condition of the auger drive belt . If it is J _ O 1 / 2 inch damaged or loose , replace it ( see " How t " , \ _ ( 12.5mm ) To Replace The Belts " in this section of Idler . . . . . - , . ( [ . . i ' , , _ I ' ' _ Deflection the manual ) . Pulley 7 " _ " , \ 1 . Disconnect spark plug wire . • Engaged / . _ _ _ . _ _ _ 2 . Remove screw from belt coven Remove belt cover ( see Figure 25 ) . Figure 26 6 . Reinstall belt cover . . Whenever belts are adjustedor re - placed , the cables will need to be adjusted . ( See Cable Adjustmentin thissectionof the manual ) . 8 . Attach the spark plug wire . 25 . Loosen nut on auger idler pulley and move auger idler pulley towards belt about 1 / 8 inch ( 3 mm ) ( see Figure 29 ) . 4 . " 13ghtennut . 23
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HOW TO REPLACE THE BELTS two bolts , The auger housing and the motor box can now be split The drive belts are of special construc - apart for removal of the belt ( see tion and must be replaced with original Figure 28 ) . equipmentreplacement beltsavailable . from your nearest Sears service center . Remove the old auger drive bolt from the auger drive pulley , Re - Some steps requirethe assistance of a place the auger drive belt with an second person , original factory replacement belt available from an authorized service How To Remove the Auger Drive Belt center ( see Figure 29 ) . if the auger drive belt is damaged , the 10 . Install the new auger drive bolt snow thrower will not discharge snow . onto the auger drive pulley . Replace the damaged belt as follows . NOTE : To assemble the auger 1 . Disconnect the spark plug wire . housing to the motor box , have 2 . Loosen the bolts on each side of someone hold the auger clutch the bottom panel ( see Figure 27 ) . lever in the ENGAGED position , 3 . Remove the bottom panel . This will move the idler arm and pulley enough to allow the auger Bolt Bottom drive pulley to move back into position . ' i % n , Panel 11 . Assemble the auger housing to the motor box with the four bolts that were removed in step 8 . Tighten the " _ , _ l Auger bottom two bolts , " , _ ' _ _ . , _ , ousing 12 . installthe auger drive belt ontothe engine pulley . 13 , Slip the auger drive bolt under the idler pulley . 14 . Adjust the auger drive bolt , See Figure 27 = How To AdjustThe Auger Drive Belt " inthe Service And Adjustment 4 . Remove screw from belt cover , section . Remove the belt cover ( see 15 . Adjust the bolt guide . See = How To Figure 25 ) , Adjust The Belt Guide " in the Ser - 5 . Loosen the belt guide . Pull the belt vice And Adjustment section . guide away from the auger drive 16 . Installthe bolt cover . Tighten pulley ( see Figure 29 ) . screw ( See Figure25 ) . 6 . Pull the idler pulley away from the 17 . Check the adjustment of the cables . auger drive belt and slip the auger See " How To Check And Adjust The drive belt off of the idler pulley . Cables " in the Service And Adjust - 7 . Remove the auger drive belt from ment section . the engine pulley . To remove the 18 , Installthe bottom panel ( see auger drive belt , the engine pulley Figure 27 ) . may have to be partially rotated . 19 . Tighten the bolts on each side of 8 , Remove the top four bolts that hold the bottom panel , together the auger housing and the motor box , Loosen the bottom 20 , Connect the spark plug wire , 24
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Remove Bolts Motor Box Auger Housing Figure 28 Traction Drive Belt / Belt Guide Auger Drive Pulley Traction Drive Auger Drive Belt TractionDrive Spring Traction Drive Belt E - Ring Traction Drive Pulley Swing Plate Engine Axle Rod Pulley Figure 29 25
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How To Remove plate is properly secured ( see The Traction Drive Belt Figure 30 ) , If the snow thrower will not move for - ward , check the traction drive belt for wear or damage . If the traction drive belt is worn or damaged , replace the belt as follows , 1 . Disconnectthe spark plug wire , 2 . Remove the auger drive belt . See = How To Remove The Auger Drive Belt " in the Service And Adjustment section . 3 . Remove the e - ring from one end of Alignment Tabs Figure 30 the swing plate axle rod , Remove the swing plate axle rod to allow NOTE : If the drive will not engage after the traction drive belt has the swing plate to pivot forward ( see Figure 29 ) . been replaced , then check to make sure that the swing plate is positioned between the align - 4 . Remove the traction drive spring . ment tabs . 5 . Remove the old traction drive belt 11 . from the traction drive pulley and Install and adjust the auger drive belt . See " How To Remove The Au - from the engine pulley . Replace the traction drive belt with an origi - ger Drive Belt " in the Service And nal equipment replacement belt Adjustment section . available from a Sears service cen - ter . 12 . Adjust the belt guide . See = How To Adjust The Belt Guide " in the Ser - 6 . Installthe new traction drive belt vice And Adjustment section . onto the traction drive pulley and onto engine pulley . 13 . Installthe bottom panel ( see Figure27 ) . 7 . Make sure the traction drive idler pulley is propedy aligned with the 14 . Tighten the bolts on each side of traction drive belt . the bottom panel . 8 . Attach the traction drive spring . 15 . Install the belt cover . Tighten screw ( see Figure 25 ) . 9 . install the swing plate axle rod and secure with the e - ring removed 16 . Check the adjustment of the cables . earlier , See = How To Check And Adjust The Cables " in the Service And Adjust - meht section . 10 . The bottom of the awing plate must be positioned between the align - ment tabs . Make sure the swing 17 . Connect the spark plug wire . 26
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BELT GUIDE ADJUSTMENT " Z " Fitting I . Remove spark plug wire . 2 . Have someone engage auger drive . 3 , Measure the distance between the belt guide and belt . The distance should be 1 / 8 inch ( 3.175 mm ) for guide . See Figure 31 . Figure 32 Belt Guide 1 / 8 Inch Auger Idler _ _ . The center of the " Z " fitting should ( 3.175 rnm ) be between the center and top of Pulley " - ' V _ - d \ \ the hole in the clutch lever . Adjust either the auger drive cable or the traction drive cable as as necessary according to the following instruc - tions . Auger Drive Cable Adjustment Engaged _ 1 . Run the engine until the fuel tank is Figure 31 empty and the engine stops . 2 . Stand the snow thrower up on the . if adjustment is necessary , loosen front end of the auger housing . belt guide mounting bolt . Move belt guide to the correct position . Tight - 3 . Push cable through spring to ex - en mounting bolt . pose the threaded portion of the q Reinstall belt cover , cable ( see Figure 33 ) . 6 . Reconnect spark plug wire , HOW TO CHECK AND ADJUST THE CABLES Square The cables are adjusted at the factory End _ and no adjustmentshould be neces - \ sary . If the cables have become Cable Spring stretchedor are sagging adjustmentwill be necessary . Whenever belts are adjustedor re - placed , the cables will need to be ad - justed . To check for correct adjustment , un - L _ J _ Locknut hook " Z " fitting at clutch lever ( see Figure 33 Figure 32 ) . 1 , Move clutch lever to the full forward . Hold square end of threaded portion position ( just contacting plastic with pliers and adjust Iocknut in or bumper ) . Holding cable tight , note out until correct adjustment is position of fitting to hole in clutch le - reached . Pull cable back through ver , spring and connect cable . 27
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TRACTION DRIVE CABLE ADJUSTMENT o 1 . Run the engine until the fuel tank is Pushthe bottomof the traction empty and the engine stops . drive cable throughthe cable ad - 2 . Stand the snow thrower up on the justment bracket untilthe " Z " front end of the auger housing . hook can be removed . 3 . Loosen the bolts on each side of 8 . Remove the " Z " hook from the the bottom panel ( see Figure 34 ) . cable adjustment bracket . Move the " Z " hook down to the next ad - justment hole , Bolt Bottom Panel 9 . Pull the traction drive cable up through the cable adjustment \ bracket . 10 , Put the cable boot over the cable adjustment bracket . 11 . Install the " Z " hook to the traction drive lever ( see Figure 32 ) , 12 , To check the adjustment , depress the drive lever and check the length of one of the drive springs , In cor - rect adjustment , the length of the \ _ ' _ Bolt drive spring is : minimum 3 " ( 76 ram , ) Figure 34 maximum 3 - 3 / 8 " ( 85 mm . ) ( see Figure 36 ) . 4 . Remove the bottom panel . 5 . Disconnect the " Z " fitting from the drive lever ( see Figure 32 ) . 6 . Slide the cable boot off the cable adjustment bracket ( see Figure 35 ) , 3 - 3 / 8 " max . 7S _ Traction / - Drive Spring gure 36 Drivoo = , o / / Cable _ Cable Adjustment / _ " Z " Hook Bracket Figure35 28
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HOW TO ADJUST OR REPLACE 5 . Install the bottom panel ( see THE FRICTION WHEEL Figure 37 ) . 6 . Tighten the bolts on each side of the bottom panel . How To Check The Friction Wheel Bolt BottomPanel If the snow thrower will not move for - ward , check the traction drive belt , the traction drive cable or the friction wheel . If the friction wheel is worn or damaged , it must be replaced . See = How To Re - _ ' _ , _ " _ / _ _ . . _ I sAugering " _ . _ . _ / j Hou place the Friction Wheel " in this section . If the friction wheel is not worn or dam - aged , check as follows . 1 . Run the engine until the fuel tank is empty and the engine stops . 2 . Stand the snow thrower up on the front end of the auger housing Figure37 ( see Figure 37 ) . 3 . Disconnect the spark plug wire . 4 . Loosen the bolts on each side of the bottom panel ( see Figure 37 ) . 5 . Remove the bottom panel . 6 . Position the shift speed lever in the lowest forward speed . 7 . Note the position of the friction wheel ( see Figure 38 ) . The correct distance " A " from the right side of the friction wheel to the outside of the motorbox is as follows : Figure 38 Tire Size Distance " A " 12 and 13 inch 4 - 1 / 8 " Speed Control Rod 16 inch 4 - 5 / 16 " If the friction wheel is not in the correct position , adjust according to the following instructions . How To Adjust The Friction Wheel 1 . Position the shift speed lever in the lowest forward speed . 2 . Loosen the bolts on the speed control rod ( see Figure 39 ) , 3 . Move the friction wheel to the cor - rect position ( see Figure 38 ) . 4 . Tighten the bolts on the speed Figure 39 control rod ( see Figure 39 ) . 29
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How To Replace The Friction Wheel If the friction wheel is worn or damaged , the snow thrower will not move forward . The friction wheel must be replaced as follows . Bolt . Run the engine untilthe fuel tank is Wheel Bottom Panel empty and the engine stops . Figure 40 2 . Stand the snow thrower up on the front end of the auger housing ( 4 ) . ( see Figure 37 ) . 3 . Disconnect the spark plug wire . 4 . Remove the fasteners that secure the right wheel . Remove the right wheel from the axle ( see Figure 40 ) 5 . Loosen the bolts on each side of the bottom panel . 6 . Remove the bottom panel . Chin Figure 41 7 . Remove the fasteners that secure the drive sprocket to the axle ( see Figure 41 ) . 8 . Remove the left wheel , axle , and drive sprocket . 9 . Remove the four bolts that hold the bearings on each side of the hex shaft ( see Figure 42 ) . 10 . Remove the hex shaft and bear - ings . Figure 42 NOTE : Take special note of the posi - tion of the washers on the hex shaft . 30
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11 . Remove the three fasteners that 17 . Check the adjustmentof the friction hold the friction wheel to the hub wheel . See " How To Adjust The ( see Figure 43 ) . FrictionWheel " inthis section . 18 . Make sure the friction wheel and the 12 . Remove the friction wheel from the disc drive plate are free from grease hub . Slip the friction wheel off the or oil . hex shaft . 19 . Installthe bottom panel ( see 13 . Assemble the new friction wheel Figure40 ) . onto hub with the fasteners re - 20 . Tighten the bolts on each side of moved earlier . the bottom panel . 14 . Install the hex shaft and bearings 21 . Install the right wheel to the axle with the four bolts removed earlier with the fasteners removed earlier . ( see Figure 44 ) . 22 . Connect the spark plug wire . Make sure the washers are prop - Friction Fasteners erly installed In the original posi - Hub Wheel tion . Also , make sure the two washers are properly aligned with the actuator arms . Hex Shaft 15 . Make sure the hex shaft turnsfree - ly . 16 . Install the left wheel , axle , and drive sprocket with the fasteners removed earlier . Install the chain Fasteners onto the drive sprocket ( see Figure 43 Figure 41 ) . asher Bearings Actuator Arms \ \ Bearings / Washer / Washer \ Washer Figure 44 31
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HOW TO REPLACE THE AUGER SHEAR BOLT The augers are secured to the auger To replace a broken shear bolt , proceed shaft with special shear bolts . These as follows . Extra shear bolts were pro - vided with the unit . shear bolts are designed to break and protectthe machine ifan object be - 1 . Stop the engine . Disengage all con - trois . comes lodged in the auger housing . Do not use a harder bolt as the protection 2 . Disconnectthe spark plug wire . provided by the shear bolt will be lost . Make sure all movingparts have stopped . 3 . Alignthe hole in the auger with the hole in the auger shaft . Installthe protect the machine , use A ARNING : For safety and to new shear pin and spacer . See only original equipment Figure45 . shear bolts . 4 . Connect the spark plugwire . / , Shear Pin | Spacer J Figure 45 32
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. Run the engine untilthe fuel tank is snow thrower with gasoline empty and the engine stops . A ARNING : Never store your In the fuel tank indoors or in 2 . If you do not remove the gasoline , an enclosed , poorly ventilated area . usefuel stabilizersuppliedwith unit If gasoline remains in the tank , or purchase Craftsman Fuel Stabi - fumes may reach an open flame , lizer No . 3550 . Add fuel stabilizerto spark or pilot light from a furnace , any gasoline left inthe tank to mini - water heater , clothes dryer , ciga - mize gum depositsand acids . If the rette , etc . fueltank is almost empty , mix stabi - lizer with fresh gasoline in a sepa - To prevent damage ( if snow thrower is rate containerand add some to the not used for more than 30 days ) follow the steps below . fuel tank . . SNOW THROWER Always follow the instructions on the stabilizer container . After the stabi - , Thoroughlyclean the snowthrower . lizer is added to the fuel tank , run 2 . Lubricate all lubrication points . See the engine at least ten minutes to the Maintenance section . allow the mixture to reach the car - 3 . Be sure that all nuts , bolts and buretor . screws are securely fastened . In - , Change the engine oil . spect all visible moving parts for 5 . damage , breakage and wear . Re - Remove the spark plug and pour place if necessary . about 15 ml ( 1 / 2 oz ) of engine oil intothe cylinder . Replace the spark 4 . Touch up all rusted or chipped paint plug and crank slowlyto distribute surfaces ; sand lightly before paint - the oil . ing . . 5 . Cover the bare metal parts of the Store in a clean and dry area , but blower housing auger and the im - NOT near a stove , furnace or water peller with rust preventative , such heater which uses a pilot light or as a spray lubricant . any device that can create a spark . NOTE : A yearly checkup or tune - up by a Sears service center is a good way of OTHER ensuring that your snow thrower will 1 . If possible , store your snow thrower provide maximum performance for the next season . indoors and cover it to give protec - tion from dust and dirt . ENGINE 2 . If the snow thrower must be stored Gasoline must be removed or treated to outdoors , put the snow thrower on prevent gum deposits from forming in blocks to raise it off of the ground . the fuel tank , filter , hose , and carburetor 3 . Cover the snow thrower with a suit - during storage . Also , during storage al - able protective cover that does not cohol blended gasoline that uses etha - nol or methanol ( sometimes called retain moisture . Do not use plastic . gasohol ) attracts water . It acts on the IMPORTANT : Never cover snow gasoline to form acids which damage thrower while engine and exhaust areas the engine . are still warm . 33
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i TROUBLE CAUSE CORRECTION Defective spark plug . Difficult startlng Replace spark plug . Remove fuel from fuel tank . Water or dirt in fuel system . Add fresh fuel . Engine runs erratically Blocked fuel line , empty gas Clean fuel line ; check fuel tank , or stale gasoline supply ; add _ ' esh gasoline Engine stalls Unit running on CHOKE . Set choke lever to OFF position . Engine runs erratic ; Water or dirt in fuel system . Remove fuel from fuel tank . Loss of power Add fresh fuel . Excessive vibration Loose parts : damaged Immediately stop engine . impeller Remove ignition key . Tighten all fasteners and make all necessary repairs . If vibration continues , take the unit to a Sears service center . Tractiondrive beltlooseor Unlt fails to propel itself Replace traction drive belt . damaged . Incorrect adjustment of Adjust traction drive cable . traction drive cable Worn or damaged friction Replace friction wheel . wheel . Unit fails to discharge Auger drive belt loose or Adjust auger drive belt ; snow damaged . replace if damaged . Auger control cable not Adjust auger control cable . adjusted correctly . Shear bolt broken Replace shear bolt Discharge chute clogged . Stop engine immediately and disconnect spark plug wire . Clean discharge chute and inside of auger housing . Foreign object lodged in Stop engine immediately and auger disconnect spark plug wire . Remove object from auger . 34
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( ThispageapplicablientheU . S , a , a . ndCanadaonly . ) Sears , Roebuck and Co . , U . S . A . ( Sears ) , the California Air Resources Board ( CARB ) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency ( U . S . EPA ) Emission Control System Warranty Statement ( Owner's Defect Warranty Rights and Obligations ) EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTY COVERAGE IS APPUCABLE TO CERTIFIED ENGINES PURCHASED IN CAUFORNIA IN 1995 AND THEREAFTER , WHICH ARE USED IN CALIFORNIA , AND TO CERTIFIED MODEL YEAR 1997 AND LATER EN - GINES WHICH ARE PURCHASED AND USED ELSEWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES ( AND AFTER JANUARY 1,2001 IN CANADA ) . California and United States Emission Control Defects Warranty Statement The California Air Resources Board system on your enginefor the periodsof ( CARB ) , U . S . EPA and Sears are pleased time listedbelow , provided there has been to explain the Emission Control System no abuse , neglect or improper malnte - Warranty on your model year 2000 and lat - nenceof yoursmalloff - road engine . er small off - road engine ( SORE ) . In Califor - Your emission control system includes nia , new small off - road engines must be partssuchas the carburetor , air cleaner , designed , built and equipped to meet the ignitionsystem , mufflerend catalyticcon - State's stringent anti - smog standards . verter . Also includedmay be connectors Elsewhere in the United States , new non - and other emissionrelated assemblies . road , spark - ignition engines certified for Where a warrantable condition exists , model year 1997 and later must meet simi - Sears will repairyour small off - roaden - lar standards set forth by the U . S . EPA . gine at no costtoyou includingdiagnosis , Sears must warrant the emission control partsand labor . Sears Emission Control Defects Warranty Coverage Small off - road engines are warranted rel - sions set forth below . If any covered part ative to emission control parts defects for on your engine is defective , the part will a period of two years , subject to provi - be repaired or replaced by Seam . Owner's Warranty Responsibilities As the small off - roadengine owner , you unapproved modifications . are responsible for the performance of You are responsible for dpresentingyour the required maintenance listed in your small off - road engine to an Authorize Operating and MaintenanceInstructions . Sears Service Dealer as soon as a prob - Sears recommends that you retain all lem exists . The undisputedwarranty re - your receipts covering maintenance on pairs should be completed in aed your small off - road engine , but Sears reasonableamount of time , netto exce cannot deny warranty solelyfor the lack 30 days . of receiptsor foryourfailureto ensurethe If you have any questionsregardingyour performance of all scheduled mainte - warranty rightsend responsibilities , you nance . should contact a Sears Service Repre - sentative at 1 - 800 - 469 - 4663 . As the small off - road engine owner , you should however be aware that Sears may The emissionwarranty is a defectswar - deny you warranty coverage if your small ranty . Defects are judged on normalen - off - road engine or a part has failed due to gine performance . The warranty is not abuse , neglect , improper maintenance or relatedto an in - use emissiontest . Sears Emission Control Defects Warranty Provisions The following are specific provisions relative to your Emission Control Defects Warranty Coverage . It is in addition to the Sears engine warranty for non - regulated engines found in the Operating and Maintenance Instructions . 35
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1 . Warr nted Parts performed at an Authorized Sears Service Dealer . For emissions war - Coverage under this warranty ex - tends only to the pads listed below ranty service contact your nearest Authonzed Sears Service Dealer as ( the emission control systems listed in the " Yellow Pages " under parts ) to the extent these parts = Engines , Gasoline , " = Gasoline En - were present on the engine pur - chased . gines , " " Lawn Mowers , " or similar category , a . Fuel Metering System 4 . Claims and Coverage Exclusions • Cold start enrichment sys - tem Warranty claims shall be filed in ac - • Carburetor and internal cordance with the provisions of the parts Sears Engine Warranty Policy , War - ranty coverage shall be excluded • Fuel Pump for failures of Warranted Parts b . Air Induction System which are not original Sears pads • Aircleaner or because of abuse , neglect or im - • intake manifold proper maintenance as set forth in c . Ignition System the Sears Engine Warranty Policy . Sears is not liable to cover failurs s • Spark plug ( s ) of Warranted Parts caused by the • Magneto ignition system use of add - on , non - original , or mo - d . Catalyst System dified parts , • Catalytic converter 5 . Maintenance • Exhaust manifold Any Warranted Part which is not • Air injection system or scheduledfor replacement as re - pulse valve quirsdmaintenance or whichis e . Miscellaneous Items Used in scheduledonlyfor regular inspection Above Systems to the effectof = repairor replace as • Vacuum , temperature , necessary " shallbe warrantedas to position , time sensitive valves defectsfor the warrantyperiod , Any and switches Warranted Part whichis scheduled • Connectors and assem - for replacementas requiredmainte - blies nance shall be warrantedas to de - 2 . Length of Coverage fects onlyforthe periodof time up to the first scheduled replacementfor Sears warrants to the initial owner that part , Any rsplacementpart thatu - and each subsequent purchaser that is equivalent in performanceand d the Warranted Parts shall be free from defects in materials and work - rabilitymay be used in the perfor - mance of any maintenanceor manship which caused the failurs of repairs . The owner is responsiblefor the Warranted Parts for a period of the performanceof all required two years from the date the engine maintenance , as defined in the is delivered to a retail purchaser . Sears Opersting and Maintenance 3 . No Charge Instructions . Repair or replacement of any War - 6 , Consequential Coverage ranted Part will be performed at no charge to the owner , including diag - Coverage hereunder shall extend to nostic labor which leads to the de - the failurs of any engine compo - termination that a Warranted Part is nents caused by the failure of any defective , if the diagnostic work is Warranted Part still under warranty . In the USA and Canada , a 24 hour hot line , 1 - 800.469 - 4663 , has a menu of pre - re . corded message6 offeringyou engine malnter _ nce information . 36
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Look For Relevant Emissions Durability Period and Air Index Information On Your Engine Emissions Label Engines that are certified to meet the California Air Resources Board ( CARB ) Tier 2 Emission Standards must display information regarding the Emissions Durability Pe - riod and the Air Index . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , U . S . A . makes this information avail - able to the consumer on our emission labels . The Emissions Durability Period describes the number of hours of actual running time for which the engine is certified to be emissions compliant , assuming proper maintenance in accordance with the Operating & Maintenance Instructions . The fol - lowing categories are used : Moderate : Engine is certified to be emission compliant for 125 hours of actual engine running time . Intermediate : Engine is certified to be emission compliant for 250 hours of actual engine running time . Extended : Engine is certified to be emission compliant for 500 hours of actual engine running time . For example , a typical walk - behind lawn mower is used 20 to 25 hours per year . Therefore , the Emissions Durability Period of an engine with an Intermediate rating would equate to 10 to 12 years . The Air Index is a calculated number describing the relative level of emissions for a specific engine family . The lower the Air Index , the cleaner the engine . This informa - tion is displayed in graphical form on the emissions label . After July 1 , 2000 , Look For Emissions Compliance Period OnEngine Emissions Compliance Label After July 1 , 2000 certain Sears , Roebuck and Co . , U . S . A . engines will be certified to meet the United States Environmental Protection Agency ( USEPA ) Phase 2 emission standards . For Phase 2 certified engines , the Emissions Compliance Period referred to on the Emissions Compliance label indicatesthe number of operating hoursfor which the engine has been shown to meet Federal emission requirements . For engines less than 225 cc displacement , Category C = 125 hours , B = 250 hours and A = 500 hours . For engines of 225 cc or more , Category C = 250 hours , B = , 500 hours and A = 1000 hours . The displacement engines of Model Series 90000 is 148 cc . The displacement engines of Model Series 120000 is 206 cc . The displacement engines of Model Series 200000 is 305 cc . The displacement engines of Model Series 210000 is 342 cc . Thisis agenericrepresentationoftheemissionlabel typicallyfoundona certifiedengine . 37
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 ENGINE \ 28 \ 17 2O 18 t 22 / 5 12 \ 25 - 2 13 / 1 , ° 15 / 6 / 11 25 - 3 8 25 - 4 / 25 - 2 / 9 Ref . Drive Page Ref . Auger 3 Housing Page 38
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 ENGINE Key No . Part No . Description 1 6219 CORD , ELECTRIC ENGINE , BRIGGS & STRA7 - rON , Model Number 15A114 - 0342 - E1 ( See Breakdown ) 3 002x97 BOLT , CARRIAGE 5 / 16 - 18 x 1 - 1 / 2 4 028x76 RETAINER , PUSH 5 71OO26 LOCKNUT , HEX 5 / 16 - 18 6 1501109 PULLEY , ENGINE 7 710247 WASHER . 48 x 1.00 8 71063 WASHER , SPLIT LOCK 3 / 8 9 71015 SCREW 3 / 8 - 24 x 1.00 10 579932 BELT , DRIVE V 3L 11 585416 BELT , AUGER V 4L 12 1501112 YZ BRACKET ASSEMBLY , IDLER 13 1501065 BUSHING , IDLER BRACKET 14 71060 WASHER , SPLIT LOCK 5 / 16 SCREW 5 / 16 - 24 X 0.75 15 710097 16 53704 SPRING , IDLER TRACTION DRIVE 17 1502120 PULLEY , IDLER 18 590 NUT , JAM 3 / 8 - 16 20 1501201 GUIDE , ROD BELT 22 71060 WASHER , SPLIT LOCK 5 / 16 24 710097 SCREW 5 / 16 - 24 x 3 / 4 25 . . . . . . FRAME ASSEMBLY 25 - 1 1501062E201 PLATE , ENGINE SCREW 1 / 4 - 20 x 5 / 8 25 - 2 310169 25 - 3 25x020 SCREW 5 / 16 - 18 x 1 / 2 25 - 4 1501050E201 MOTOR BOX 26 1501214 KEY , ENGINE IGNITION 27 226462 DEFLECTOR , MUFFLER 28 810140 SCREW - - 198928 MANUAL , OWNER'S , English / Spanish 39
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 FRAME 16o 170 _ 160 106 \ 67 162 / 111 . I - Ref . Auger Ref , Engine Housing Page Page 162 Ref . Drive Page 91 / 9O 168 10,3 149 107 Key Key No . Part No . Description No . Part No . Description 90 1501055E701 COVER , BOTTOM 123 25x020 SCREW 5 / 16 - 18xl / 2 91 310169 SCREW 1 / 4 - 20x5 / 8 148 50793 PULLEY , IDLER 103 1501226 YZ IDLER , AUGER 149 590 NUT , JAM 3 / 8 - 16 105 711682 PIN , HAIR 160 1502167 COVER , BELT 106 761761 PIN , CLEVIS 162 26x306 SCREW 1 / 4 - 20x3 / 4 107 165x159 SPRING , TENSION 166 71067 WASHER , FLAT 108 761675 YZ SPRING ATTACH 168 1501200 SPACER 110 585781 BOLT , CARRIAGE 169 760539 LID , TOOL BOX 111 711617 WASHER , FLAT 170 761187 PAD , FOAM 122 25x021 SCREW 5 / 16 - 18x3 / 4 4O
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 GEAR CASE 340 341 327 304 326 324 323 306 325 / \ 322 / 311 / 321 312 324 / / 304 301 303 310 \ 3OO 312 _ 310 320 313 315 314 311 303 Key Keyo . NO . Part No . Description N Part No . Description 300 10577 CASE , GEAR , RH 320 50221 BEARING , FL 301 10576 CASE , GEAR , LH 321 1501191 SHAFT , INPUT 303 710025 SCREW 1 / 4 - 20x3 / 4 322 580295 COLLAR , THRUST 304 15X143 LOCKNUT 1 / 4 - 20 323 454565 PIN , SPRING 1 / 4xl 306 9344 SCREW , PLUG 324 48275 WASHER , FLAT 310 9566 SEAL , OIL 325 50684 BRNG , ROLL 311 50304 BEARING , FL 326 50304 BRNG , FL 312 48275 WASHER , FLAT 327 9566 SEAL , OIL 313 1501307 SHAFT , OUTPUT 340 1501188E701 IMPELLER 314 51279 GASKET 341 454565 PIN , SPRING 1 / 4xl 315 51405 GEAR , WORM 750319 10oz GREASE 316 431787 KEY , WOODRUFF # 61 " ( NOT ILLUSTRATED ) 41
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 DRIVE Ref . Shift Yoke Page Ref . Frame 229 225 \ Ref . Page 206 227 \ 201 / / / 236 ! 204 203 230 220 239 \ 218 \ 207 J 215 Ref . _ - - _ / \ Wheel / 220 238 210 Page / 2O8 212 217 213 218 42
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 DRIVE Key No , Part No . Description 200 1501092 YZ LF AXLE , SWING PLATE YZ 201 579851 CHAIN , ROLLER # 42x19.00 203 334163 SEARING AND RETAINER , ASSY WASHER 204 579858 206 25x020 SCREW , TAP 5 / 16 - 18x0.5 207 1501100 ASSY , HEX SHAFT 208 579868 CHAIN , ROLLER # 36x18.00 LG 210 337029 BEARING , TRUNION CLUTCH R 212 1501435 WHEEL , FRICTION DISC 213 001x38 SCREW , 1 / 4 - 20 x 0.63 215 303008 NUT , KEPS HEX 1 / 4 - 20 217 579859 RETAINER , RING ( 5100 - 59 ) 218 579858 WASHER 220 334163 BEARING AND RETAINER , ASSY 221 25x020 SCREW , TAP 5 / 16 - 18 x . 5 223 1501115 ASSY , FRICTION PULLEY 225 1501057 YZ LF PLATE , SWINGING YZ 226 1501158 SPACER , FRICTION PULLEY 227 15x114 NUT , FLANGE LOCK 3 / 8 - 24 229 11x30 RETAINER , RING ( 5133 - 43 ) 230 1501107 YZ LF ASSY , SPRING LINK YZ 232 11x30 RETAINER , RING ( 5133 - 43 ) 234 165x112 SPRING , EXTENSION 236 1501090 WLD , INTERMED SPROCKET 33T / 7 238 71074 WASHER , FLAT 239 0011x2 RETAINER , RING ( 5100 - 50 ) 43
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 DISCHARGE CHUTE 596 600 600 597 583 584 599 582 600 602 603 610 601 609 609 . I 606 611 607 Ref . Auger Housing Page 44
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 DISCHARGE CHUTE Key No , Part No . DescrlpUon 582 2xl 00 BOLT , 5 / 16 - 18 X 1.00 CARG . 583 71071 WASHER , FLAT 584 71038 NUT , 5 / 16 - 18 NYLOCK 596 71071 WASHER 597 1501260 KNOB , WING 3.00 599 002x97 BOLT , 5 / 16 - 18X1.5 600 762222 CHUTE ASSEMBLY 601 2X100 BOLT , CARRIAGE 5 / 16 - 18xl 602 71071 WASHER , FLAT 603 71 038 NUT , 5 / 16 - 18 HEXNYL 606 1501932 YZ CHUTE COLLAR 607 02x101 SCREW , 1 / 4 - 20 X . 75 609 15x145 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 HF _ . XNYLOCK 610 337227 RETAINER RING INNER 611 1501282 RETAINER RING OUTER 45
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 AUGER HOUSING 480 481 / 527 490 500 528 522 523 491 \ 526 525 493 511 522 / 523 \ / \ 520 Ref . Gear 524 50O Case Page 521 526 524 510 541 \ \ 527 514 542 540 46
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 AUGER HOUSING Description Key No . Part No . 480 1501211 PULLEY ; , V4L 8.4 ) ( . 67 481 577400 SCREW , 5 / 16 - 18 ) ( . 63 482 2001022 KEY , SQUARE 3 / 16 X 3 / 4 485 1501158 SPACER , FRICTION PULLEY 490 582957 YZ RETAINER , BALL BRNG 491 1501389 BEARING , BALL 493 001X92 BOLT , HEX 5 / 16 - 18 X 1 / 2 499 710026 NUT , 5 / 16 - 18 HEXWDFLLK 500 1502013E549 HOUSING , ASSY 510 760661 E701 BLADE , SCRAPER 511 001 ) ( 45 BOLT , 5 / 16 - 18 X 3 / 4 514 710026 NUT , 5 / 16 - 18 520 1502017E701 AUGER , ASSY , LH 521 1502016E701 AUGER , ASS ' ( , RH 522 9524 SCREW 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 - 3 / 4 523 3943 SPACER , SLEEVE 524 73826 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 525 9517 BEARING , FLANGE 526 711862 NUT , 5 / 1 @ 18 527 9357 SCREW , 5 / 16 - 18 X 3 / 4 540 309016E - / 01 SKID , HEIGHT ADJUST 541 908156 BOLT , 5 / 16 - 18 X . 50 542 710026 NUT , 5 / 16 - 18 550 1501576 BRUSH , CLEAHOUT 551 1501672 CLIP , RETAINER SCREW # 10 - 24 x 1 - 1 / 4 552 06xl 15 553 15x146 NUT , NYLOCK # 10 - 24 554 578053 BLOCK - - 1501227 KIT , SHEAR BOLT 47
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 HANDLE 731 766 734 729 739 730 / 766 734 729 740 724 727 726 / 721 741 755 746 751 750 757 743 758 fe / / 745 \ 746 _ q p _ g _ , _ ' , 762 759 745 760 48
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 HANDLE Key No . Part No . Description 720 1501205E701 HANDLE , UPPER LH 721 1501206E701 HANDLE , UPPER RH 724 11234 SCRE3N , 5 / 16 - 18X2.75 725 71071 WASHER , FLAT 726 71060 WASHER , SPTLK . 31X . 58X . 06 727 15 ) ( 144 NUT , 5 / 16 - 18 REGHEX YZ 728 11261 STOP , RED PLASTIC GRIP - HANDLE FINGER 729 337399 730 337816E701 LEVER , ASSY CLUTCH DRIVE RH 731 337815E701 LEVER , ASSY CLUTCH DRIVE LH 733 337381 ROD , PIVOT CLUTCH 734 761105 NUT , PUSH ON CAP 735 337373 SPACER - HANDLE 739 4049 BUMPER , RECTANGLE 740 1501123 CABLE , CLUTCH 741 761872 CABLE , AUGER CLUTCH 743 313441 BRACKET , CABLE ADJUSTER 744 1673 SPRING , AUGER CLUTCH NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 NYLOCK YZ 745 15 ) ( 145 746 308146 BOOT , CABLE SPRING 750 339541 E701 HANDLE , LOWER 751 25x021 SCREW , TAP 5 / 16 - 18 X . 75 755 337407E701 BRKT , GEAR SELECTOR 756 6751 SCREW , 5 / 16 - 18X2.00 757 310169 SCREW , TAP 1 / 4 - 20 X 5 / 8 758 001798 BOLT , HE ) ( 1 / 4 - 20 X 1.50 759 579860 SPOOL - CABLE , AUGRT CLUTCH 760 1501059 YZ BRACKET , CABLE SPOOL YZ 762 1501122 CABLE , LOWER DRIVE 12 " 766 337380 GRIP , CLUTCH HANDLE 49
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 CHUTE ROD j 856 L _ j 855 8 ! 7 864 _ 870 852 - 9 / 852 - 5 852 - 8 852 - 13 Ref , Auger Housing Assy 852 - 10 852 - 1 1 . _ . 868 852 - 1 " - 852 - 2 852 - 6 869 \ / / / \ 852 - 7 852 - 3 5O
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CRAFTSMAN 8 . SHP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 CHUTE ROD Key No . Part No . Description 852 - 1 1501309 YZ ASSEMBLY , YOKE & ROD 852 - 2 313431 WASHER , COMPRESSION SPRING 852 - 3 1501067 GEAR , CHUTE ROTATION 9T 852 - 5 579493 PIN , COTTER 852 - 6 1501306E701 BRACKET , GEAR MOUNT 852 - 7 1501293 PIN , HAIR 852 - 8 1501075 YZ ASSEMBLY , YOKE ADAPTER YZ 852 - 9 711682 PIN , HAIR 852 - 10 578060 PIN , UNIVERSAL JOINT 852 - 11 578309 PIN , CLEVIS 852 - 13 578063 HOUSING , UNIVERSAL 854 51443 KNOB , CRANK 855 309312 FLATWASHER 856 73664 NUT , PUSH 860 1501456 EYE BOLT 3 / 8 - 16X6.00 861 148 GROMMET , EYE BOLT 863 71045 NUT , 3 / 8 - 16 HEXJAM 864 71072 FLATWASHER . 406X . 81 X . 066 867 71046 NUT , 3 / 8 - 16 HEXNYL 868 002x98 BOLT , CARRIAGE 1 / 4 - 20 X 1.00 869 15x145 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 NYLOCK YZ 870 1501074 YZ CRANK , ASSY CHUTE 51
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 SHIFT YOKE _ - . 796 790 792 \ 801 791 8OO 814 813 802 / 812 Part No , Key No . Description 790 336702E701 ROD , SHIFT 791 302628 SCREW , 1 / 4 - 20X . 75 792 73826 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 796 331624 KNOB , SLIP 800 760564 LEVER , SPRING 801 302628 SCREW , 1 / 4 - 20X . 75 802 73826 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 812 1501085 YZ ROD ASSY . , SPEED SELECT 813 11x30 RETAINER , RING ( 5133 - 43 ) 614 579944 BEARING , FLANGED 52
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 WHEELS 679 678 / 673 675 671 654 650 678 655 652 676 Ref . Drive Page / 655 671 673 677 Key No . Part No . Description 650 1501563 SHAFT , AXLE 652 1501089 SPRK - I " & HUB 653 01x193 SCREW , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.75 654 15X145 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 HEX NYLOCK Y'Z 655 1501114 BEARING , AXLE 671 712120 WASHER , FLAT 673 1501138 BUSHING , WHEEL TIRE & RIM - RIGHT 675 1501808 676 577015 SCREW , 1 / 4 - 20X1.75 HH 677 15X145 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 HEX NYLOCK YZ 678 239 RETAINER , RING ( 5115 - 75 ) 679 73842 PIN , KLIK . 25 X 1.38 DIA 680 1501809 TIRE & RIM - LEFT 53
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CRAFTSMAN 8.5HP SNOW THROWER 536.881851 PANEL 770 771 771 772 772 Part No . Key No . Description 770 1501203E201 PANEL 771 002x99 BOLT , CARRIAGE 772 71067 WASHER 773 15x145 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 NYLOCK YZ DECALS Pa _ No . Description 48x5580 DECAL DANGER CHUTE - ARM * 48x5286 DECAL DANGER & FOOT * 46x5578 DECAL DANGER THROWN OBJECTS * 48x5590 DECAL TRACTON / AUGER DRIVE - ENGAGE * 48x5626 DECAL SPEED SELECT * 760983 DECAL TOOL BOX - BELT COVER * 48x5613 NAMEPLATE , CRAFTSMAN * 48x5599 DECAL , CLEAN & CLEAR BRUSH 46x5945 DECAL , 8,5 / 27 ELECTRIC START * 48x5712 DECAL , OPEl * 198928 OWNER'S MANUAL , ENGLISH / SPANISH * N _ Illustr _ ed 54
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BRIGGS & STRA'n'ON ENGINE MODEL 15A114 - 0342 - E1 I 1019 LABEL KIT I _ 2 0 15 238 Assemblies Include all parts shown In frames . 56
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MODEL 15A114 - 0342 - E1 BRIGGS & STRA'I - FON ENGINE Key Key Part No . Description No . Part No . Description No . 698214 Plate - Cylinder Head 1 791762 Cylinder Assembly 155 2 399269 Kit - Bushing / Seal 192 604543 Adjuster - Rocker Arm 693578 Gear - Governor ( Magneto Side ) 219 3 * 299819 Seal - Oil 220 691724 Washer ( Gov . Gear ) 691300 Cap - Valve ( Magneto Side ) 238 695710 Shield - Cylinder 5 791720 Head - Cylinder 306 699483 Screw ( Cyl . Shield ) 7 * 0791716 Gasket - Cylinder 307 Head 307A 699234 Screw ( Metric ) 11 695745 Tube - Breather ( Cylinder Shield ) 12 699485 Gasket - Crankcase 307B 790557 Screw ( Metric ) 13 699482 Screw ( Cylinder Shield ) 491055 Plug - Spark ( Cylinder Head ) 337 19374 Wrench - Spark Plug 15 691686 Plug - Oil Drain 383 692346 Bushing - Governor 15A 695757 Plug - Oil Drain 552 Crank 16 791721 Crankshaft 791759 Cover - Breather 24 222698 Key - Flywheel 584 Passage 25 791786 Piston Assembly 791760 Gasket - Breather ( Standard ) 585 Note . . . . . Passage 692576 Retainer - Governor 791791 Piston 615 Shaft Assembly 699230 Screw ( . 020 " Oversize ) 619 ( Cylinder Head Plate ) 26 791787 Ring Set 692927 Boot - Spark Plug ( Standard ) 635 Note . . . . . 718 690959 Pin - Locating 695087 Gear - ' Hming 791792 Ring Set 741 692564 Retainer - E Ring ( . 020 " Oversize ) 742 692566 Gear - Idler 27 690975 Lock - Piston Pin 746 28 690229 Pin - Piston 830 694544 Stud ( Rocker Arm ) Seal - Valve 29 791783 Rod - Connecting 868 _ 692044 ' 32 791784 Screw 914 697551 Screw ( Rocker Cover ) ( Side ) ( Connecting Rod ) 33 499642 Valve - Exhaust 914A 692557 Screw ( Rocker Cover ) 34 499641 Valve - Intake ( Rocker Cover ) Screw ( Rocker Cover ) 35 691304 Spring - Valve 914B 699481 ( Bottom ) ( Intake ) Gasket - Cylinder 36 691304 Spring - Valve 993 _ r _ 694088 Head Plate ( Exhaust ) 40 692194 Retainer - Valve 998 695683 Pipe - Oil Kit - Label 45 690977 Tappet - Valve 1019 791811 Gasket - Rocker Cover 46 693404 Camshaft 1022 , O691890 Cover - Rocker Arm 51 , _ ° _ 791718 Gasket - Intake 1023 499924 Rod - Push ( 2 Required ) 1026 693517 Arm - Rocker 122 791717 Spacer - Carburetor 1029 691230 Guide - Push Rod 146 690979 Key - _ ming 1034 691343 57
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BRIGGS & STRATTON ENGIN E MODEL 15A114 - 0342 - E1 222 209J 12 ! _ 227 287 _ , 524 _ _ , , : _ 663 3 _ 281 _ , _ _ . . . ' - ' _ " 108 692 I , _ , _ P _ . _ , 1474 ] . . . . I 130 _ " _ 95 _ 127 _ 51 _ 127A o 365 . _ 1119 _ " 356 _ _ ' _ _ , 347 276 _ " 1 578 _ - _ _ . _ 121 CARBURETOR OVERHAUL KIT 51 _ 127 _ 276 104 _ . _ 977 CARBURETOR GASKET SET 633 51 _ 633 276 137 _ . . _ . % 137 Q 633A _ Assemblies Include all parts shown in frames . 58
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MODEL 15A114 - 0342 - E1 BRIGGS & STRA'I - I'ON ENGINE Key Key No . Part No . Description No . Part No . Description 12 , _ B99485 Gasket - Crankcase 333 695711 Armature - Magneto 18 699800 Cover - Crankcase 334 690077 Screw 20 * 692550 Seal - Oil ( Magneto Armature ) ( PTO Side ) ( Metric ) 21 281658 Cap - Oil Fill 347 698338 Switch - Rocker 22 599478 Screw ( Metric ) 356 790552 Wire - Stop ( Crankcase 355 699484 Screw ( Metric ) Cover / Sump ) ( Carburetor ) 51,4 , . _ 692555 Gasket - Intake 474 791743 Alternator ( 2 Required ) 505 691251 Nut ( Governor Control 95 691636 Screw Lever ) ( Throttle Valve ) 523 790546 Dipstick 97 690024 Shaft - Throttle 524 281370 SeaI - DipstickTube 98 398185 Kit - Idle Speed 562 691112 Bolt ( Goveror Control 104 o691242 Pin - Float Hinge Lever ) 108 695807 Valve - Choke 564 699854 Screw 109 695729 Shaft - Choke ( Control Cover ) 117 690048 Jet - Main 578 790481 Wire Assembly ( Standard ) 604 695749 Cover - Control 118 498976 Jet - Main 604A 790473 Cover - Control ( High Altitude ) 615 692576 Retainer - Govemor 121 695157 Kit - Carburetor Shaft Overhaul 616 692547 Crank - Governor 122 791717 Spacer - Carburetor 632 692653 Spring / Link - 125 790558 Carburetor Mechanical Governor 127 o694468 Plug - Welch 633 e . 693567 Seal - Choke / Throttle ( Bowl Vent ) Shaft 127A 691739 Plug - Welch ( Choke ) 130 691181 Valve - Throttle 633A e _ , 691321 Seal - Choke / Throttle 133 398187 Float - Carburetor Shaft ( - I - hrottle ) 134 o398188 Kit - Needle / Seat 663 699854 Screw 137 o , _ 693981 Gasket - Float Bowl ( Control Panel ) 156 692317 Connector - Hose 592 690572 Spring - Detent 188 699479 Screw ( Metric ) 847 790545 Dipstick / Tube ( Control Bracket ) Assembly 209 692571 Spring - Governor 851 493880 Terminal - Spark Plug ( Assemble in 975 790559 Bowl - Float Number 6 Hole ) 977 695156 Gasket Set - Carb . 222 790549 Bracket - Control 1119 699772 Screw ( Metric ) 227 692573 Lever - Governor ( Alternator ) Control 1230 699847 Stud ( Metric ) 276 e _ , 271716 Washer - Sealing ( Control Bracket ) 281 699639 Panel - Control 287 699629 Screw ( Metric ) ( Dipstick Tube ) 59
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BRIGGS & STRATrON ENGINE MODEL 15A114 - 0342 - E1 [ 1036 EMISSIONS LABEL I 7 I 11871 _ I lOOSi 455 332 [ 601 vyl 1070 _ ' 190 _ ' 1210 1251A 49381 _ . . . . . 31 1211 1251 883 472 _ , 1252 _ . . . . . . . 528 _ 1196A ¢ 731 1095 VALVE GASKET SET _ 4 { I _ , \ ( Oo ' , _ t \ . \ _ J & o \ Assemblies Include all parts shown In frames . 60
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31451279 Gasket gear
31551405 Worm gear
316431787 Key wdrf #61
32050221 Brng flng.50
3211501191 Input shaft
322580295 Thrust collar
323454565 Pin 2pk
32448275 Flat washer
32550684 Brng roll .7
32650304 Brng fl .752
3279566 Seal oil .75
3401501188E701 Impeller
341454565 Pin 2pk
01501227 Kit shear pi
048X5580 Information
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048X5286 Decal danger
048X5578 Decal thrown
048X5590 Traction decal
048X5626 Decal speed
0760983 Decal
048X5613 Decal
048X5599 Decal brush
0750319 10oz grease
048X5945 Decal, 8.5/27 electric start
048X5712 Decal, opei
2001501092YZ Swing plate
201579851 Chain roller
203334163 Bearing & re
204579858 Washer
20625X020 Screw.31-18x
2071501100 Hex shaft
208579868 Chain roller
210337029 Hub friction
2121501435 Friction wheel
213001X38 Screw, 1/4-20 x 0.63
215303008 Nut
217579859 Ring retext
218579858 Washer
220334163 Bearing & re
22125X020 Screw.31-18x
2231501115 Friction pulley
2251501057YZ Plate swingi
2261501158 Friction pulley
22715X114 Left Nut.38-24 fl
22911X30 Retainer ring
2301501107YZ Spring link
23211X30 Retainer ring
234165X112 Extension spring
2361501090 Sprocket
23871074 Washer 8pk
2390011X2 Retainer, ring (5100-50)
01501227 Kit shear pi
048X5580 Information
0198928 Manual
048X5286 Decal danger
048X5578 Decal thrown
048X5590 Traction decal
048X5626 Decal speed
0760983 Decal
048X5613 Decal
048X5599 Decal brush
0750319 10oz grease
048X5945 Decal, 8.5/27 electric start
048X5712 Decal, opei
5822X100 Carriage bolt
58371071 Washer 8pk
58471038 Nut.31-18 he
59671071 Washer 8pk
5971501260 Wingknob.31-
599002X97 Bolt, carr 5/16-18
600762222 Assy chute c
6012X100 Carriage bolt
60271071 Washer 8pk
60371038 Nut.31-18 he
6061501932YZ Chute collar
60702X101 Screw, 1/4-20 x .75
60915X145 Nut hex 1/4-
610337227 Retainer ring
6111501282 Outer c ring
01501227 Kit shear pi
048X5580 Information
0198928 Manual
048X5286 Decal danger
048X5578 Decal thrown
048X5590 Traction decal
048X5626 Decal speed
0760983 Decal
048X5613 Decal
048X5599 Decal brush
0750319 10oz grease
048X5945 Decal, 8.5/27 electric start
048X5712 Decal, opei
4801501211 Pulley v4l 8
481577400 Screw 5/16-1
4822001022 Key square 3
4851501158 Friction pulley
490582957YZ Ball retainer
4911501389 Brng ball 62
493001X92 Bolt, hex 5/16-18 x 1/2
499710026 Nut, 5/16-18
5001502013E549 Housing
510760661E701 Scraper blade
511001X45 Bolt 5/16-18 x 3/4
514710026 Nut, 5/16-18
5201502017E701 Auger assy l
5211502016E701 Auger assy r
5229524 Screw
5233943 Spacer sleeve
52473826 Nut.25-20 he
5259517 Auger bearing
526711862 Nut, toplock
5279357 Screw 5/16-1
540309016E701 Height adjustable skid
541908156 Bolt
542710026 Nut, 5/16-18
5501501576 Brush cleanout
5511501672 Retainer clip
55206X115 Screw #10-24 x 1-1/4
55315X146 Nut 10x24 ny
554578063 Housing, universal
01501227 Kit shear pi
048X5580 Information
0198928 Manual
048X5286 Decal danger
048X5578 Decal thrown
048X5590 Traction decal
048X5626 Decal speed
0760983 Decal
048X5613 Decal
048X5599 Decal brush
0750319 10oz grease
048X5945 Decal, 8.5/27 electric start
048X5712 Decal, opei
7201501205E701 Handle upper
7211501206E701 Handle uppe
72411234 Screw
72571071 Washer 8pk
72671060 Washer, split lock
72715X144 Nut reg .31-
72811261 Stop
729337399 Handle grip
730337816E701 Assembly ct lever
731337815E701 Assembly ct lever
733337381 Ct rod pivot
734761105 Nut push 1/4
735337373 Handle spacer
7394049 Bumper rectifier
7401501123 Front drive cable
741761872 Auger cable
743313441 Bracket cable
7441673 Auger spring
74515X145 Nut hex 1/4-
746308146 Clutch boot
750339541E701 Mp handle, l
75125X021 Screw.31-18x
7553374075701 Brkt, gear selector
7566751 Screw fuel
757310169 Screw
758001798 Bolt, hex 1/4-20 x 1.50
759579860 Spool
7601501059YZ S bracket cable
7621501122 Front drive cable
766337380 Clutch grip
01501227 Kit shear pi
048X5580 Information
0198928 Manual
048X5286 Decal danger
048X5578 Decal thrown
048X5590 Traction decal
048X5626 Decal speed
0760983 Decal
048X5613 Decal
048X5599 Decal brush
0750319 10oz grease
048X5945 Decal, 8.5/27 electric start
048X5712 Decal, opei
0852-11501309YZ Yokerod asm
0852-2313431 Curved washer
0852-31501067 Gear
0852-5579493 Cotter pin
0852-61501306E701 Mount brackt
0852-71501293 Chute pin - hairpin
0852-81501075YZ Yoke adapter
0852-9711682 Pin hairpin
852-10578060 Universal joint pin
852-11578309 Lf pin clevi
852-13578063 Housing, universal
85451443 Knob sleeve
855309312 Flat washer
85673664 Nut push on
8601501456 Eyebolt.38-1
861148 Eye grommet
86371045 Nut, 38-16
86471072 Washer 8pk
86771046 Nut
868002X98 Bolt, carriage 1/4-10 x 1.00
86915X145 Nut hex 1/4-
8701501074YZ Chute crank
01501227 Kit shear pi
048X5580 Information
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048X5286 Decal danger
048X5578 Decal thrown
048X5590 Traction decal
048X5626 Decal speed
0760983 Decal
048X5613 Decal
048X5599 Decal brush
0750319 10oz grease
048X5945 Decal, 8.5/27 electric start
048X5712 Decal, opei
790336702E701 Shift rod
791302628 Screw
79273826 Nut.25-20 he
796331624 Knob slip plate
800760564 Lever spring
801302628 Screw
80273826 Nut.25-20 he
8121501085YZ Speed selector
81311X30 Retainer ring
814579944 Bearing
01501227 Kit shear pi
048X5580 Information
0198928 Manual
048X5286 Decal danger
048X5578 Decal thrown
048X5590 Traction decal
048X5626 Decal speed
0760983 Decal
048X5613 Decal
048X5599 Decal brush
0750319 10oz grease
048X5945 Decal, 8.5/27 electric start
048X5712 Decal, opei
6501501563 Shaft, axle
6521501089 Axle sprocket
65301X193 Bolt-hex.25-
65415X145 Nut hex 1/4-
6551501114 Earing axle
671712120 Flat washer
6731501138 Bushing wheel
6751501808 Tire & rim r
676577015 Screw shr 1/
67715X145 Nut hex 1/4-
678239 Ring ret tru
67973842 Pin klik .25
6801501809 Tire & rim l
01501227 Kit shear pi
048X5580 Information
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048X5286 Decal danger
048X5578 Decal thrown
048X5590 Traction decal
048X5626 Decal speed
0760983 Decal
048X5613 Decal
048X5599 Decal brush
0750319 10oz grease
048X5945 Decal, 8.5/27 electric start
048X5712 Decal, opei
7701501203E201 Panel p3 ste
771002X99 Bolt, carriage
77271067 Wheel bracket
77315X145 Nut hex 1/4-