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CRRFTSMRW 8.5 Horsepower 26 Inch Dual Stage 120V . Electric Start SNOWTHROWER MODEL NO . 536.886190 , Caution : Read and follow all Safety Rules and Operating Instructions before first use of this product . SEARS , ROEBUCK AND CO . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . 761301 09117 / 97
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Table of Contents 2 Service and Adjustments 17,21 Warranty 2 Storage 22 Safety Rules 2 - 4 Troubleshooting 23 Contents of Shipping Carton 4 - 5 Repair Parts 24 - 32 Assembly 5 - 8 Engine Repair Parts 33 - 37 Operation 8 - 14 Spanish ( EspaSol ) 38 - 63 Maintenance 14 - 16 Parts Ordering / Service Back Cover LIMITED TWO - YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN SNOW THROWER For two years from the date of purchase , when this Craftsman Snow Thrower is maintained , lubricated , and tuned up according to the operating and maintenance instructions in the owner's manual , Craftsman will repair , free of charge , any defect in material or workmanship . If this Craftsman Snow Thrower is used for commercial or rental purposes , this warranty applies for only 90 days from the date of purchase . This warranty does not cover the following : • Items which become worn during normal use , such as spark plugs , ddve belts and • shear pins . • Repairs necessary because of operator abuse or negligence , includingbent crank shafts and the failure to maintain the equipment accordingto the instructions con - tained in the owner's manual . WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY RETURNING THE CRAFTSMAN SNOW THROWER TO THE NEAREST CRAFTSMAN SERVICE CENTER / DEPARTMENT IN THE UNITED _ TJ _ TES . THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY WHILE THIS PRODUCT IS IN USE IN THE UNITED STATES . , This warranty gives you specific legal dghts , and you may also have other rightswhich may vary from state to state . Sears , Roebuck and Co , , D817WA , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 / _ Look for this symbol to point out important safety precautions . It means - - ATTENTIONI ! ! Become alert ! l ! Your safety is involved . TRAINING , / _ CAUTION : Always disconnect spark 1 . " Read the operators manual carefully . plug wire and place wire where it cannot Be thoroughlyfamiliar with the controls contact spark plug to prevent accidental and the proper use of the snow thrower . starting when setting - up , transporting , Know bow to stop the snow thrower and adjustingor making repairs . disengage the controls quickly . IMPORTANT : Safety standards require 2 . Never allow children to operate the snow operator presence controls to minimize the thrower and keep them away while it is operating . Never allow adults to operate risk of injury . Your snow thrower is the snow thrower without proper instruc - equipped with such controls . Do not attempt tion . Do not carry passengers . to defeat the function of the operator 3 . Keep the area of operation clear of allnd presence control under any circumstances . persons , particularly small children a pets . 4 . Exercise caution to avoid slipping or t _ California Proposition 65 falling , especially when operating in WARNING : The reverse . engine exhaust from thisproduct PREPARATION contains chemicals known to the State of Californiato cause cancer , Thoroughly inspect the area where theove snow thrower is to be used and rem birth defects or other reproductive all doormats , sleds , boards , wires and harm . other foreign objects _
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2 . Disengagaellclutchesbeforestartihg ating on or crossing gravel drives , theengine ( motor ) . walks , or roads . Stay alert for hidden hazards or traffic . 3 . Donotoperatethesnowthrower withouwt earingadequatweinterouter 5 . After striking a foreign object , stop the engine ( motor ) , remove the wire from garmentsW . earfootweatrhatwill the spark plug , disconnect the cord on irnpmvefootingonslipperysurfaces . electric motors , thoroughly inspect the 4 . Handlefuelwithcare ; it ishighly snow thrower for any damage and flammable . repa r the damage before restarting ( a ) Useanapprovefduel container . operating the snow thrower . ( b ) Never remove fuel tank cap or add 6 . If the snow thrower should start to fuel to a running engine or hot vibrate abnormally , stop the ( motor ) engine . end check immediately for the cause . Vibration is generally a warning of ( c ) Fill fuel tank outdoors withfuel trouble . extreme care . Never fill tank indoors . 7 . Stop the engine ( motor ) whenever you leave the operating position , before ( d ) Replace fuel tank cap securely unclogging the auger / impeller housing and wipe up spilled fuel . or discharge guide , and when making ( e ) Never store fuel or snow thrower any repairs , adjustments , or inspec - with fuel in the tank inside of a tions . building where fumes may reach 8 . When cleaning , repairing , or inspecting , an open flame or spark . make certain the auger / impeller and allct ( f ) Check fuel supply before each moving parts have stopped . Disconne use , allowing space for expansion the spark plug wire and keep the wireen - as the heat of the engine ( motor ) away from the plug to prevent accid and / or sun can cause fuel to tal starting . expand . 9 . Take all possible precautions when leaving the snow thrower unattended . 5 . Use extension cords and receptacles Disengage the auger / impeller , stop as specified by the manufacturer for all engine , and remove key . snow throwers with electric drive Do not run the engine indoors , except motors or electric starting motors . 10 . when startingthe engine and for 6 . Adjust the snow thrower height to clear transportingthe snow thrower in or out gravel or crushed rock surfaces . of the building . Open the outside doors ; 7 . Never attempt to make any adjust - exhaust fumes are dangerous ( contain - ments while the engine ( motor ) is ing CARBON MONOXIDE , an ODOR - running ( except when specifically LESS and DEADLY GAS ) . recommended by the manufacturer ) . 11 . Do not clear snow across the face of 8 . Let engine ( motor ) and snow thrower slopes . Exercise caution when changing adjust to outdoor temperatures before direction on slopes . Do not attempt to starting to clear snow . clear steep slopes . Never operate the snow thrower without 9 . Always wear safety glasses or eye 12 . proper guards , plates or other safety shields during operation or while protective devices in place . performing an adjustment or repair to Never operate the snow thrower near protect eyes from foreign objects that 13 . glass enclosures , automobiles , window may be thrown from the snow thrower . wells , drop - offs , and the like without OPERATION c _ roperadjustment of the snow ischarge angle . Keep children and 1 . Do not operate this machine if you iarech pets away . taking drugs or other medication wh can cause drowsiness or affect your 14 . Do not overload the machine capacity ability to operate this machine . by attempting to clear snow at too fast a rate . 2 . Do not use this machine if you are mentally or physically unable to 15 . Never operate , the snow thrower at high operate this machine safely . transport speeds on slippery surfaces . Look behind and use care when 3 . Do not put hands or feet near or under backing . rotating parts . Keep clear of the dischargu opening at all times . 16 . Never direct discharge at bystanders or allow anyone in front of the snow 4 . Exercise extreme caution when oper - thrower .
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4 . Maintain or replace safety and instruc 17 . Disengagpeowertotheauger / impeller tion labels , as necessary . whensnowthroweirstransportedor not inuse . 5 . Run the snow thrower a few minutes after throwing snow to prevent freeze - 18 . Useonlyaftachmentsandaccessories up Ofthe auger / impeller . approvedbythemanufactureorfthe snowthrower ( suchastirechains , A electricstartkits , etc . ) . ZL _ WARNING : This snow thrower is lor use on sidewalks , driveways and other 19 . Neveor peratethesnowthrower ground level surfaces . withougt oodvisibili . toyrlight . Always be sureofyour footing , and keep a Caution should be exercised while using on firm hold on the handles . Walk ; never steep sloping surfaces . DO NOT USE run . SNOW THROWER ON SURFACES MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE ABOVE GROUND LEVEL such as roofs of residences , garages , porches or other such 1 . Check shear bolts and other bolts structures or buildings . frequently for proper tightness to be sure the snow thrower is in safe , working condition . 2 . Never store the snow thrower with fuel inthe fuel tank inside a buildingwhere ignitionsources are present such hases hot water and space heaters , clot dryers , and the like . Allow the engine to cool before storing in any enclosure . 3 . Alway _ Tefer to bperator's manual instructionsfor important details if the snow thrower is to be stored for an extended period . Contents of Parts Bag ( actual size ) I ° Owner's Manual ( not shown ) 2 - Parts Bags ( not shown ) * Non - Assembly Parts , found in tool box located on belt cover . Q © 1 - Washer , Hvsptlk 1 - Nut , 1 / 2 - 13 Hexjam * 2 - Shear Pins * 2 - Spare Spacers 1 - Starter Motor Cord 10Ft . B © 4 - Flatwashers 11 / 32 In . 3 - Hex Nylon Nuts , 5116 - 18 _ 1 " Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Reghex 1 - Shifter 4
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_ 5 / 16 - 18xl . 00 In . 1 - Screw , 5 / 16 - 1Sx 2 In . Parts packed separately in carton ( not shown full size ) _ _ 1 - container Fuel StabI . zer 2 - Ignition Keys _ _ ' _ plastic bag ) ( Attached to eng = nein 1 - container 5W30 oll ' , 1 - Crank Assembly 1 - Snow Chute Assembly The figure below shows the snow thrower Z _ CAUTION : Always wear safety completely assembled . glasses or eye shields while assembling References to the right or Lefthand side snow thrower . of the snow thrower are from the viewpoint TOOLS REQUIRED FOR ASSEMBLY of the operator's position behind the unit . 1 - Knife to cut carton and plastic ties 2 - 1 / 2 inch wrenches ( or adjustable lever wrenches ) 2 - 9 / 16 inch wrenches ( or adjustable wrenches ) 2 - 3 / 4 inch wrenches ( or adjustable wrenches ) 1 - Pliers ( to spread cotter pin ) lever 1 - Screwdriver 1 - Measuring tape or ruler The figure below shows the snow thrower in the shipping carton . Clutch Height t adjust = skids - - Upper handle I assembly 5
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TO REMOVE SNOW THROWER NOTE : Position cable through slots on shifter plate . FROM CARTON • Install hardware supplied in the pads bag • Locate and remove container of 5W30 oil . ( Screw , tiatwasher , Iockwasher , and hex • Locate all parts packed separately and nut ) into middle hole on righthand side of remove from the carton . handles . Do not tighten untilall bolts are NOTE : Place fuel stabilizer in a safe place in place . untilneeded for storage . • Locate crank assembly removed earlier • Remove and discard the packing material and remove the 3 / 8 ' nylon Iocknut and from around the snow thrower . flatwasher from the eye bolt assembly . • Gut all four comers of the carton from top See figure below . to bottom and lay the panels flat . • Reinstall flatwasher and adapter . Install • Roll the snow thrower off the carton by eye bolt through lower hole in the left pulling on the lower handle . CAUTION : DO NOT back over cables . hand side of the handle . See figure be - low . • Remove the packing material from " e handle assembly and plastic protector on install the 3 / 8 " flatwasher and the 3 / 8 " ny - lon Iocknut on the eye bolt as shown in top of auger housing . • Cut ties securing the clutch control cables figure below . to the lower handle and lay cables back away from the motor frame , TO INSTALL THE UPPER HANDLE AND CRANK ASSEMBLY • Cut tie holding shift rod to lower handle and move shifter to the firstgear . 3 / 8 " nylon • Loosen , but do not remove the screws , Iocknut flatwashers , Iockwashers and hex nuts in the upper holes of the lower handle . See e Bolt figure below . Upper handle Boot Loosen do not remove 11 / 32 " Ratwasher • Carefully remove cotter pin , clevis pin and universal joint pin from yoke end of 5 / 1 crank rod assembly as shown in next fig - 5 / 16 X 2 , ure . • Place universal joint into end of worm 5 / 16 " Lockwasher gear liningup large holes . Insert universal • Raise upper handle into operating posi - jointpin ( ensure opening in pin is in line tion . Upper handle should be to the with small openings in universal joint ) . outside of the lower handle . • Place yoke end of crank rod around uni - NOTE : Make sure the cables are not caught versal joint , lining up openings . Insert between the upper and lower handle . clevis pin through assembly and secure NOTE : If the cables have become discon - with cotter pin . Spread ends of cotter pin nected from the clutch levers , reinstall the to lock in place . See next figure . cables as shown in figure below . • Tighten nut on eye bolt , keeping eye in line with the rod while tightening the in - side securely . ' Z _ fitting • Tighten all handle bolts .
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TO ASSEMBLE SNOW CHUTE Crank Rod • Turn crank assembly counterclockwise Assembly until it stops . • Locate three carriage bolts , flatwashers and nuts ( found in parts bag ) from snow chute flange . DO NOT remove carriage bolt over worm gear . joint • Positionsnow chute on snow chute flange pin and align the three holes in the snow chute with holes inthe snow chute flange Universaljoint as shown in figure below . • Install carriage bolts from inside of chute r as shown in figure below , flatwashers and Bracket nuts . TO INSTALL SHIFTER LEVER KNOB • " Nghtencarriage bolts securely , Be careful not to overtighten . See figure below . • Thread the hex nut found in the parts bagr onto shifter lever . Thread the shifter leve • Turn crank assembly clockwise and make knob onto the threaded end of the shifter sure all carriage bolts are tight . lever until it is snug against the hex nut and the lip is pointed away from the en - Locknut gine . " 5ghten hex nut against the bottom of the shifter lever knob . See figure below . Shifter Lever NOTE : If the cables have become discon - Bolts nected , reinstall spring as shown in figure TO CHECK / ADJUST CLUTCH below . Clutch CONTROL CABLES Clutch Spring Spring 4 " Lg free , / Boot The control cables attached to the auger clutch lever and traction clutch lever as • Boot _ _ t _ te 3 " Lgtree shown in figure below may need to be ad - Augerdrive Tractior justed before you use your snow thrower . drive For instructions on checking or adjusting the ing spring control cables , ( See To Adjust Clutch Control Cables paragraph on page17 ) . actionClutchLever AugerClutchLever Tractic _ , drive Aug _ rdrive sprin ! lever springcable 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , - - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Z N _ Controlcables
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HOW TO SET UP YOUR SNOW • / CHECKLIST THROWER Before you operate your new snow • Your snow thrower is equipped with height thrower , to ensure that you receive the adjust skids ( see second figure on page 5 ) best performance and satisfaction from this on the outside of the auger housing . To quality product , please review the following adjust the skid height for different checklist : conditions , ( see To Adjust Skid Height , / All assembly instructions have been paragraph on page 17 ) . completed . , / The discharge chute rotates freely . , , " No remaining loose parts in carton . While learning how to use your snow thrower , pay extra attention to the following important items : , / 4 " Engine oil is at proper level . • / , / Make sure gas tank is filled properly with clean , fresh , unleaded gasoline . / / Become familiar with all controls - their location and function . Operate controls before starting engine . Recoil Starter Handle - Starts the engine Auger Drive Lever - Starts and stops the manually . auger and impeller ( snow gathering and throwing ) . Choke Control - Used to start a cold en * Traction Drive Lever - Propels the snow gine . thrower forward and in reverse . Primer Button - Injects fuel directly into the carburetor manifold for fast starts in cold Speed Shitter Lever - Selects the speed of weather . snow thrower ( 6 speeds forward and 2 speeds reverse ) . Throttle Control - Controls the engine speed . Crank Assembly - Changes the directionof Electric Starter Button - Used to start the snow throwing through the discharge chute . engine usingthe 120 V electric starter . Chute Deflector - Changes the distance the snow is thrown . Shear Bolt - Shear bolts are designed to break ( to protect the machine ) if an object Discharge Chute - Changes the direction becomes lodged inthe auger housing . Use the snow is thrown . of a harder bolt will destroy the protection Height Adjust Skids - Adjusts the ground provided by the shear bolt . clearance of the auger housing . Toolbox - Spare shear pins and spacers are Ignition Key - Must be inserted to start the located in toolbox . engine .
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KNOWYOURSNOWTHROWF : R READTHISOWNER'SMANUALAND'SAFETYRULESBEFOREOPERATINYGOUR SNOWTHROWERC . omparethe illustrationswith your SNOW THROWER to familiarize yourselfwith the location of various controls and adjustments . Save this manual for future reference . I - I Engine Engine Off Choke On Fast Slow Stop Fuel Oil Pdrner Start Run Button Ignition Keyun Drive Clutch Auger Clutch insertto r pull outto stop TractionDriveLever AugerDriveLever \ Crank Assembly ElectricStartel Chute Deflector Speed Shifter Ignition Lever Chute Control Skids Shear Bolt Bar
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TO MOVE FORWARD AND The'operation of any snow thrower can re - sult in foreign objects being thrown into the BACKWARD eyes , which can resuttin severe eye dam - • To shift , release the traction drive lever age . Always wear safety glasses or eye and move the speed shifter lever to the shields while operating the snow thrower . speed you desire . Ground speed is deter - We recommend standard safety glasses or mined by snow conditions . Select the a wide vision safety mask for over your speed you desire by moving the speed glasses , available at Craftsman Retail shifter lever into the appropriate area on • Stores or Service Centers . the speed selector . Speeds 1 , 2 - Wet , Heavy , Extra Deep / _ CAUTION : Read owner's manual Speed 3 - Light before operating machine . Never direct Speed 4 - Very Light discharge toward bystanders . Release the Speeds 5 , 6 - Transport only auger control bar and stop the engine before unclogging discharge chute or auger , ' Engage the traction drive lever as shown housing and before leaving the machine , in figure below , left hand . As the fsnowirm thrower starts to move , maintain a HOWTO USEYOUR SNOW hold on the handles , and guide the snow thrower along the clearing path . Do not at - THROWER tempt to push the snow thrower . TO < JTOP YOUR SNOW THROWER • To move the snow thrower backward , move the speed shifter lever into first or • To stop throwing snow , release the auger second reverse and engage the traction drive lever ( see last figure on this page ) . drive lever ( left hand ) . • To stop the wheels , release the traction IMPOR3 " ANT : Never move the speed shifter drive lever ( see last figure on this page ) . lever while the traction lever is down . • To stop tbe'engine , _ push the throttle con - trel lever to off and pull out ( DO NOT TOTHROW SNOW TURN ) the ignition key , see figure below . • Push down the auger drive lever , see fig - button ure betow . • Release to stop throwing snow . Ignition TractionDriveLaver AugerDriveLever key , control On handle Left hand Right hand TO CONTROLSNOWDISCHARGE TO USE WHEEL LOCKOUT PiN • Turn the crank assembly to set the direc - • The left hand wheel is secured to the axle tion of the snow throwingo with a klickpin see figure below . This unit • Loosen the wing knob on the chute de - was shipped with this klick pin in the flector and move the deflector to set the locked position ( Idick pin through hole distance . Move the deflector ( UP ) for in wheel ) . more distance , ( DOWN ) for less distance . Then tighten the wing knob , see figure below . knob Locked Position 2 - Wheel Odve io
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• For ease of maneuverability in light snow FILL GAS conditions , disconnect . the klick pin from NOTICE : ENGINES WHICH ARE CERTI - the wheel locked positionand push into FIED TO COMPLY WITH CALIFORNIA the single wheel ddva ( kllck pin through AND US EPA EMISSION REGULATIONS axle hole only ) position ( see figure FOR ULGE ENGINES : Are certified to op - below ) . erate on regular unleaded gasoline . Include • Make sure that the klick pin is in the the following emission control system ( s ) : single wheel ddve position of the axle only and not through the locked position . EM , TWC ( if so equipped ) . Include any user adjustable features - therefore no other ad - justments are needed . WARNING : Expedence indicates that alco - hol blended fuels ( called gasohol or those using ethanol or methanol ) can attract moisture which leads to separation and for - Unlocked mation of acids dudng storage . Acidic gas Position can damage the fuel system of an engine Klick Pin while in storage . To avoid engine problems , the fuel system should be emptied before storage for 30 days or longer . Start the engine and let ite Single Wheel Drive run until the fuel lines and carburetor ar BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE empty . Use the carburetor bowl drain to empty residual gasoline from the float FILL OIL chamber . Use fresh fuel next season ( see NOTE : Engine may already contain some Storage instructions on page 22 for addi - residual oil . Check frequently when filling tional information ) . the crankcase . Do not over fill . This snow Never use engine or carburetor cleaner thrower was shipped with a container of products in the fuel tank or permanent 5W30 motor oil . This oil must be added to damage may occur . the engine before operating . Remove the Fill the fuel tank with a fresh , clean , un - oil fill cap / dipstick and fill the crank case to leaded regular , unleaded premium , or ( FULL ) line on dipstick ( 26 ounces ) ( see reformulated automotive gasoline only . DO next figure ) . NOT use leaded gasoline . Be sure that the Tighten the fill cap / dipstick securely each container you pour the gasoline from is time you check the oil level . clean and free from rust or other foreign particles . Never use gasoline that may be For extreme cold operating conditions of stale from long pedods of storage in the 0 ° F and below , use a partial synthetic container . 0W30 motor oil for easier starting . / _ CAUTION : Gasoline is flammable and NOTE : S . A . E . 5W30 motor oil may be used to make starting easier in areas where the caution must be used when handling or stor - ing it . temperature is 20 ° F . or lower . Do not fill fuel tank while snow thrower is FilVDipstick running , when it is hot , or when snow thrower is in an enclosed area . Keep away from open flame or an electdcal spark and DO NOT SMOKE while filling the fuel tank . • NEVER fin the tank completely . FILL THE TANK to within 1 / 4 " - 1 / 2 " from the top to between full and add provide space for expansion of fuel . mark . Always fill fuel tank outdoors and use a fun - nel or spout to prevent spilling . 11
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If the starter still fails to turn engine , repeat COLD START the two previous steps untilthe starter en - • Be sure the auger drive and traction drive gages . Then continue with the directions for levers are in the disengaged ( released ) cold start . position . To help prevent possible freeze - up of recoil • Move the throttle control to ' _ ( FAST ) starter and engine controls , proceed as fol - position . See figure on page 9 for loca - lows after each snow removal job . tion . • With the engine running , pull the • Remove the keys from the plastic bag . In - starter rope hard with a continuous full sert one key into the ignition slot . Be sure arm stroke three or four times . Pulling of it snaps into place . DO NOT TURN KEY . starter rope will produce a loud clattering Keep the second key in a safe place . sound . This is not harmful to the engine or starter . • Rotate the choke knob clockwise to H choke ON position . See figure on page 9 . • With the engine not running , wipe all snow and moisture from the carburetor • Push the primer button , see figure on cover in area of control levers . Also move page 9 , while covering the vent hole as throttle control , choke control , and starter follows : ( Remove finger from primer button between primes ) . handle several times . Do not prime if temporature is above , / _ CAUTION : Never run engine indoors 50 ° F . or in enclosed , poody ventilated areas . Two times if temperature is 50 ° F to Engine exhaust contains CARBON MON - 15 ° R OXIDE , AN ODORLESS AND DEADLY Four times if temperature is below 15 ° 1 = . GAS . Keep hands , feet , hair and loose clothingaway from any moving parts on en - • Pull the recoil starter handle rapidly . Do gine and snow thrower . not allow the handle to snap back , but al - low it to rewind slowly while keeping a WARNING : Temperature of muffler and firm hold on the starter handle . nearby areas may exceed 150 ° F . Avoid these areas . • As engine starts warms up move choke lever to " II2 choke " position . When engine DO NOT allow children or young teenagers runs smoothly , move choke lever to " No to operate or be near snow thrower while it Choke " Position is operating . • NOTE : Allow the engine to warm up for sev - , / _ CAUTION : Do no attempt to remove eral minutes before blowing snow in any item that may become lodged in temperatures below 0 ° F . auger without taking the following precau - tions : • Run the engine at full throttle , _ ( FAST ) when throwing snow . • Release auger drive and traction drive levers . WARM START • Move throttle lever to stop position . If restarting a warm engine after a short • Remove ( DO NOT TURN ) ignition key . shutdown , leave choke at ( OFF ) and do not • Disconnect spark plug wire . push the primer button . If the engine fails to • Do not place your hands in the auger or start , follow the Cold Start instructions discharge chute . Use a pry bar . above . SNOW THROWING TIPS FROZEN RECOIL STARTER • For maximum snow thrower efficiency in If the starter is frozen and will not turn removing snow , adjust ground speed , engine : NEVER the throttle . Go slower in deep , • Pull as much rope out of the starter as freezing , or wet snow . If the tracks slip , possible . reduce forward _ peed . The engine is de - • Release the starter handle and let it snap signed to deliver maximum performance back against the starter , at full throttle and should be run at this power setting at all times . Most efficient 13
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After the snow throwing job has been snow blowing is accomplished when the • snow is removed immediately after it completed , allow the engine to idle for a fails . few minutes , which will melt snow and accumulated ice off the engine . • For complete snow removal , slightlyover - Clean the snow thrower thoroughly after lap each path previously taken . Use ° each use . more overlap in deep snow to prevent Remove ice and snow accumulation and overloading . all debris from the entire snow thrower , • The snow should be discharged down and flush with water ( if possible ) to re - wind whenever possible . In windy condi - tions , lower the chute deflector to direct move all salt or other chemicals . Wipe discharged snow close to the ground , snow thrower dry . where it is less likely to blow into un - PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS wanted areas . HORSE POWER : 8.5 HP • For normal usage , set the skids so that tt ) e scraper bar is 1 / 8 " above the skids . ) ISPLACEMENT : 19.34 cu . in . For extremely hard - packed snow sur - faces , adjust the sldds upward so that the scraper bar touches the ground . , _ ASOLINE CAPACITY : 4 quart • On gravel or crushed reck surfaces , set ( unleaded ) the skids at 1 - 1 / 4 " below the scraper bar OIL ( 26 oz . Capacity ) : 5W - 30 ( See To Adjust Skids Height paragraph on page 17 ) . Stones and gravel must not SPARK PLUG : Champion RJ19LM be picked up and thrown by the machine . ( Gap . 030 ) or Equivalent VALVE CLEARANCE : intake : . 010 In . Exhaust : . 010 In . CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES SERVICE SCHEDULE SERVICE RECORDS DATES Fill in dates as INter Before As Every Every Each Before yOU complete ! flrat2 Each Needec 10 25 Season _ toraga regular service Hour = Usa Hour = Hour = Che _ k Engtne Oil Level y _ V , • Change Engine Oil p , _ p , a Tighten all screws and nuts Check Traction1Clutch Cable / t jv _ P _ Adjustment ( See cable Adj ) V " ff Replace Spark Plug p / Oheck Ddve Belts Lubricate all pivot p _ nts _ V ` _ Drain Fuel Check Auger Clutch Cable Adjustment ( See Cable AdJ ) rf p , 1 Lubricate Disc Drive Plate Zerkl jvf 14
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SNOW THROWER GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS The warranty on this snow thrower does not LUBRICATION - EVERY 25 HOURS cover items that have been subjected to op - erator abuse or negligence . To receive full • Lubricate Disc Drive Plate every twenty - five ( 25 ) hours andat the end of the seasonand / value from the warranty , the operator nmust maintain the snow thrower as instructed i or before storage . this manual . The maintenance chart is pro - To Lubricate : vided to assist the operator in properly • Position speed selector lever in firstgear . maintaining the snow thrower . • Stand the snow thrower up on the auger Some adjustments will need to be made pe - housing end . riodically to properly maintain your snow thrower . • Remove the bottom panel ( see second figure on page 19 ) . AFTER FIRST USE • Check for any loose or damaged parts . Friction Shaft • Tighten any loose fasteners . Wheel Disc • Check and maintain the auger . • After each use , remove all snow and slush Plate ( Requira off the snow thrower to prevent freezing of No auger or controls . Lubdcalion ) • Check controls to make sure they are Friction functioning properly . Wheel Grease • If any pads are worn or damaged , replace \ immediately . Place cain in gapn LUBRICATION CHART between fdcUo wheel and disc drive r _ grease U / plate should be visible r - - ] Lubricate [ _ - - - Grease Zerk DiscDrive Plate Zerk • Turn disc drive plate clockwise by hand witha Hi , untilgrease zerk is clearly visible at front Temp center . See figure below . Moly • Place a coin or ( a shim of equal thick - Grease . ness ) between the rubber frictionwheel and disc drive plate to lion wheel contacting the drive disc . • To grease zerk , use a hand grease gun , lubricate with a Hi Temp EP Moly grease See inset of second figure on this page . DO NOT over fill or allow grease to come in contact with the disc drive plate or fric - tion wheel or damage will result . Fill zerk only untilgrease becomes visible below bearing assembly located under grease zerk . See insert in figure above . IMPORTANT : Remove coin and ensure that a gap exists between friction wheel and disc drive plate . NOTE : Clean all excess grease found on friction disc hub . CAUTION : Do not allow grease to contact friction wheel and disc drive plate . 15
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LUBRICATION OIL RECOMMENDATION • Hex Shaft and Gears - Hex shaft and Only use high quality detergent oil rated gears require no lubrication . All bearings with API service classification SG . Select and bushings are lifetime lubricated and the oil's viscosity grade according to your require no maintenance , expected operating temperature : NOTE : Any greasing or oiling of the above NOTE : For extreme cold operating condi - components can cause contamination of tions of 0 ° and below , use a partial synthetic the frictionwheel . If the disc drive plate or 0W30 motor oil for easier starting . friction wheel comes in contact with grease NOTE : Although multi - viscosity oils improve or oil , damage to the friction wheel will re - suit . starting in cold weather , these multi - viscosity oils will result in increased oil consumption Should grease or oil come incontact with when used above 32 ° F . Check your engine the disc drive plate or friction wheel , be sure oil level more frequently to avoid possible to clean the plate and wheel thoroughly . engine damage from running low on oil . NOTE : For storage , the hex shaft and gears should be wiped with 5W - 30 motor oil Change the oil every 25 hours and at the to prevent rusting , See figure above . beginning of each season . • Auger Gear Box - The auger gear box • Position the snow thrower so that the oil has been factory lubricated for life . If for drain plug is at the lowest point on the en - some reason lubricant should leak out , gine . Remove the oil drain plug and the oil have augdrgear c _ ise checked by a com - fill cap / dipstick . Drain the oil into a suit - petent repairman . able container . Oil will drain more freely when warm . ENGINE • Replace the oil drain plug and tighten se - LUBRICATION curely . Check the crankcase oil level ( see figure be - SPARK PLUG low ) before starting the engine and after • Make sure that the spark plug is tightened each five ( 5 ) hours of continuous use . Add securely into the engine and the spark S . A , E . 5W30 motor oil as needed . Tighten plug wire is attached to the spark plug . flu cap / dipstick securely each time you check the oil level . • If a torque wrench is available , torque plug to 18 to 23 foot pounds . • Clean the area around the spark plug base before removal to prevent dirt from entering the engine . _ el mustbe • Clean the spark plug and reset the gap periodicallyat . 030 inch . betweenfullandaddmark 16
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• Loosen the carriage bolts and nutssecur - Z _ CAUTION : Always disconnect the ing the scraper bar to the auger housing . spark plug wire and tie back away from • Adjust the scraper bar to the proper posi - the plug before making any adjustments tion . or repairs . • Tighten the carriage bolts and nuts , mak - TO ADJUST SKID HEIGHT ing sure that the scraper bar is parallel with the working surface , This snow thrower is equipped with two height adjustment skids , located on the out - • For extended operation , the scraper bar side of the auger housing ( see figure be - may be reversed . If the scraper bar must low ) . These skids elevate the front of the be replaced due to wear , remove the car - snow thrower . riage bolts and nuts and install a new scraper bar . Nuts CAUTION : Be certain to maintain proper ground clearance for your particular area to be cleared . Objects such as gravel , rocks or other debds , if struck by the impeller , O may be thrown with sufficientforce to cause personal injury , property damage or dam - age to the snow thrower . Height Adjust Skids r Housing TO ADJUST THE CLUTCH CONTROL For normal hard surfaces , adjust the skids CABLES as follows : Periodic adjustment of the cables may be • Check tire pressure ( 14 to 17 pounds ) . required due to normal stretch and wear on • Place the extra shear bolts supplied the belts . To check for correct adjustment , ( found in parts bag ) under each end of the the control lever must be in the full forward scraper bar near but not under the skid . position , resting on the plastic bumper . The • Loosen the skid mounting nuts ( see figure control cables are correctly adjusted when above ) and adjust the skids up to Rbringe - the center of the " Z " fitting is in the center of the front of the snow thrower down . the hole and there is no droop in the cable . tighten the mounting nuts . See figure below . • Set the skid on the other side at the same height . mustbeinfull ControLl ever AugerDriveLever _ forwardposition For rocky or uneven surfaces , adjust the skids as follows : / ( Just contacting " plasticbumper ) • Raise the front of the snow thrower by moving the skids down . This will help pre - vent rocks and other debris from being picked up and thrown by the auger . TO ADJUSTSCRAPER BAR P _ lasl _ Bcumper After considerable use , the metal scraper bar will have a definite wear pattern . The If adjustment is necessary : scraper bar may have to be returned to its original lower setting to maintain the original • Remove fuel from tank , and stand blower performance level . To adjust : on end . • Position the snow thrower on a level sur - • Disconnect the " _ " fittingfrom drive lever . face . • Pull rubber boot off the top of the spdng . • Make sure both tiros are equally inflated . Push the cable through the spring ( see Proper tire pressure is 14 to 17 PSI . See firstfigure on page 18 ) to expose the side of tire for maximum inflation . Do not threaded portion of the cable . exceed sidewall maximum pressure on tire . 17
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AUGER DRIVE BELT If your snow thrower will not discharge Cabtes snow , and the auger drive belt ( see figure below ) is damaged , replace it as follows : Traction Drive Auger Drive Belt Pulley Pulley Traction . Drive Belt ( Left Hand ) ( Right Hand ) • Hold the square end of the threaded por - tion with pliers and adjust the Iocknut in or out untilthe excess slack is removed . • Pull the cable back through the spring a _ fdconnect the cable . Do the same for the other lever cable , if needed , • Disconnect the spark plug wire . NOTE : Whenever the traction drive or au - • Remove the belt cover ( see figure ger belts are adjusted or replaced , the below ) . cables will need to be adjusted . \ TO ADJUST BELTS AUGER DRIVE BELT if your snow thrower will not discharge Belt Cover snow , check the control cable adjustment . If it is correct , then check the condition of the auger drive belt . It may be loose or dam - aged . If it is damaged , replace it ( see To Replace Belts on this page ) . TRACTION DRIVE BELT Screw The tractiondrive belt ( see second figure on this page ) has constant spring pressure • Loosen the belt guides ( see first figure and does not require adjustment . this column ) and pull away from the en - gine drive pulley . • Replace the traction drive belt if it is slip - ping ( see To Replace Belts paragraph on • Loosen nut on the auger idler pulley ( see page 18 ) . first figure , this column ) and pull idler pul - ley away from the belt . TO REPLACE BELTS • Remove top two bolts that secure auger The drive belts on this snow thrower are of housing to motor mount frame . Loosen special constructionand should be replaced bottom two bolts . Auger housing and mo - with original equipment belts available from tor mount frame will separate , hinged by bottom two bolts . your nearest Craftsman Store or Service Center . • Remove old belt from the auger drive pul - ley . You w ! ll need the assistance of a second person while replacing the belts . • Install the original equipment replacement belt in reverse order of removal . Drain the gasoline from the fuel tank by re - moving the fuel line at the carburetor . Drain • Position drive belt onto the auger drive the gas into a container and reinstall the pulley . fuel line . • Adjust the belt guides ( see To Adjust The Z _ CAUTION : Drain the gasoline out - Belt Guides paragraph on page 19 ) . doors , away from fire or flame . • Reinstall the belt cover . 18
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• Check clutch control cable adjustment , 3 / 32 Inch _ , _ _ . _ , _ . . V - . . , _ . L _ , . , _ . _ Or'BveelGt % iedYe see page 17 . BeltGuide , , . _ _ . _ , _ , _ _ " ( LeftHand ) • Reconnect spark plug wire , TRACTION DRIVE BELT If your snow thrower will not move fort , Yard , check the traction drive belt ( see second figure on page 18 ) for wear ( Check other causes also in the Trouble Shooting Points section ) . If the traction drive belt needs to . _ Impeller be replaced , proceed as follows : • Disconnect the spark plug wire . • Remove the belt cover ( see last figure on TO ADJUST THE FRICTION WHEEL page 18 ) . If the snow thrower will not move forward , • Loosen the belt guides and pull away you need to check the traction ddve belt , the from engine drive pulley ( see first figure ) . tractiondrive cable or the fdcfion wheel . If • Loosen nut on auger idler and pull auger the frictionwheel is damaged , it will need to idler pulley away from belt . Note location be replaced ( see the To Replace Friction of idler pulley for later re - installation . Wheel paragraph on page 20 ) . If the ffictton • Remove auger drive belt from engine pul - wheel is not worn , check the adjustment , as follows : ley . • Pull the idler pulley away from the drive • Disconnect the spark plug wire . belt , allowing belt to be positioned onto • Drain the gasoline from the gas tank . engine pulley . • Stand snow thrower on the auger housing • Release idler pulley . Ensure idler pulley is end . properly engaged with belt . • Remove the bottom panel ( see figure be - • Reinstall auger ddve belt . low ) . • Adjust belt guides ( see To Adjust The MotorMountFrame RemoveTop Bolts 8eft Guides paragraph below ) . • Adjust idler on auger belt . • Reinstall the belt cover . • Reconnect the spark plug wire . Panel TO ADJUST THE BELT GUIDES After you replace the traction or auger drive Housing belt , you need to adjust one or both of the belt guides . Proceed as follows : ( each s { de ) • Disconnect the spark plug wire . • Position the shifter lever in first ( 1 ) gear . • Remove the belt cover ( See last figure on • Note the position of the fdctton wheel on page 18 ) . the disc drive plate . The dght outer side of • Engage the auger drive clutch lever . the disc ddve plate should be 3 " from the • Measure the distance between the belt center of the friction wheel ( See figure be - guides and the belt ( See next figure ) . The low ) . distance should be 3 / 32 " for each guide . Wheel _ " • If adjustment is necessary , loosen the belt guide mounting bolts . Move the belt - . - - Flex Shaft guides to the correct position . Tighten the mounting bolts . • Reinstall the belt cover . q • Reconnect the spark plug wire . < 19
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• Remove right side bearing plate . Leave Jf adjustment Is necessary : hex shaft in original position , * Loosen bolts in speed selector lever ( see • Remove friction wheel from hub . Slip fric - figure below ) . tion wheel off hex shaft towards right side . SpeedSelectorLever See figure below . FrictionWheel be Shaft loosened Bolt TO REPLACE FRICTION WHEEL Nut If the , snow thrower will not move forward , TO REPLACE AUGER SHEAR BOLT and the friction wheel is wom or damaged , The augers are secured to the auger shaft you need to replace it as follows : ( First allow with special bolts ( see figure below ) that are the engine to cool ) . designed to break ( to protect the machine ) if • Drain the gasoline from the fuel tank . an object be ( : omes lodged in the auger • Drain the fuel in a container and reinstall housing . Use of a harder bolt will destroy the the fuel lir _ . " ' _ protectionprovided by the shear bolt . • Disconnect the spark plug wire . • Stand the snow thrower up on the auger housing end ( see figure below ) . Friction \ % ! _ _ ' _ Shear Pin BoadngBolts Plate _ ' _ Shear Bolt J Spacer Fasteners / ( Bolts , IMPORTANT : To ensure safetyand perfor - andnuts ) mance levels , onlyoriginalequipmentshear / / boltsshouldbe used . When replacingshear bolts , be sureto replaceshear boltspacers . t • / . i To replace a broken shear bolt , proceed as • " % . r follows : T iio o e o eii • Move the throttle to O ( STOP ) and turn off all controls . Unit Standingon AugerHousing'End • Disconnect the spark plug wire . Be sure • Remove the bottom panel ( see second all moving parts I _ ave stopped . figure on page 19 ) . • Align the hole in the auger tube with the • Remove the three ( 3 ) fasteners securing hole in the auger shaft . Install the new the fdction wheel to the hub ( sea second shear pin and shear bolt spacer found in figure above ) . toolbox on top of belt cover . • Remove the four bolts securing the bear - NOTE : Spacer fits inside the larger hole in ing plates ( both sides ) , ( see second fig - the auger tube . ure above ) . • Reconnect the spark plug wire . 20
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TO ADJUST : TO ADJUSTCARBURETOR Clean the spark plug by carefully scrap - If you think your carburetor needs adjusting , ing the electrodes ( do not sand blast or see your nearest Authorized Craftsman use a wire brush ) . Service Center . Engine performance should Be sure the spark plug is clean and free not be affected at altitudes up to 7,000 feet . of foreign material . Check the electrodes For operation at higher elevations , contact gap ( see figure below ) with a wire feeler your Authorized Craftsman Service Center . gauge and reset the gap to . 030 inch if IMPORTANT : Never tamper with the engine necessary . governor , which is factory set for proper en - gine speed . Ovempeeding the engine above the factory high speed setting can be dangerous . If you think the engine - governed high speed needs adjusting , contact your nearest Craftsman Service Center , which has the proper equipment and experience to make any necessary adjustments . TO REPLACE : TO ADJUST OR REPLACE THE • If you need a new spark plug , use only SPARK PLUG the proper replacement spark plug ( See page 14 ) . NOTICE : This spark ignitionsystem meets • Set the gap to . 030 inches . all requirements of the Canadian Interfer - • Before installingthe spark plug , coat its ence - Causing Equipment Regulations . threads lightly with oil or grease to insure NOTICE : This engine complies with all cur - easy removal . rant Australian and New Zealand limitations • Tighten the plug firmly into the engine . regarding electromagnetic interference . If you have difficultystartingyour snow • If a torque wrench is available , torque the thrower , you may need to adjust or replace plug to 18 to 23 ft . - Ibs . the spark plug . Follow the instructionsbe - low . Replace the spark plug if the electrodes are pitted or burned or if the porcelain is cracked . 21
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TROUBLE CAUSE CORRECTION Difficult starting Defective spark plug Replace defective plug Water or dirt in fuel system Use carburetor bowl drain to flush and refill with fresh fuel Engine runs er - Blocked fuel line or low on fuel Clean fuel line ; check fuel sup ° ratically ply ; add fresh gasoline ( gaso : line / oil mixture if 2 - cycle engine ) Engine stalls Unit running on CHOKE Move choke lever to OFF position Engine runs er - Water or dirt in fuel system Usa carburetor bowl drain to ratically ; flush and refillwith fresh fuel or Loss of power Excessive Loose pads ; damaged impeller Stop engine immediately and vibration disconnect spark plug wire . Tighten all bolts and make all necessary repairs . If vibration continues , have the unit ser - viced by a Craftsman service repairman Units fails to Drive belt loose or damaged Replace drive belt propel itself Incorrect adjustment of auger con - Adjust traction drive cable trol cable Worn or damaged friction wheel Repair friction wheel Unit fails to Auger ddve belt loose or dam - Replace auger belt aged ' discharge snow Auger control cable not adjusted Adjust auger control cable correctly Shear bolt broken Replace with shear pin located in tool box on belt cover . Stop engine immediately and Discharge chute clogged disconnect spark plug wire . Clean discharge chute and in - side of auger housing . _ Foreign object lodged in auger Stop engine immediately and dis - connect spark plug wire . Remove object from auger . 23
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CRAFTSMAN 26 " - 8.5H.P . SNOW THROWER 536.886190 8 _ ELECTRICSTART ASSEMBLY REF NO . PART NO . PART NAME 6 6218 Motor , Electric Starter 7 6215 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x . 50 8 6217 Screw # 6 - 32x2.50 ! 9 6219 Cord , Starter Motor 761301 Owners Manual Eng / S p 3190518 ENGINE ASSEMBLY 58 58 319042G REF , ; REF . NO . PART NO . PART NAME NO . PARTNO . PART NAME 10 ENGINE Model 143.988003 53 579854 Pulley Half V3L 54 579861 Fiatwasher , 752x . 91x . 02 ( See Engine pages ) 12 " 710024 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 57 579932 . Belt , V 3L 33.13Lg1.12x . 06 13 120638 Flatwasher . 765x Washer , Hvsptlk 58 73840 31 3949 Guide , Rod Belt RH 59 586251 Spacer , Sleeve 33 120638 60 586253 Washer , Hvsptlk Pulley , Engine 34 , 910828 Screw , 5 / 16 - 24x . 625 63 581264 Belt , V 4L 41 3949 67 313826 " Flatwasher Guide , ROd Belt LH 43 120638 68 120382 Washer , Hvsptlk Washer , RegspUk 44 910828 69 39573 Screw , 5 / 16 - 24x . 625 Screw , 3 / 8.24xl . 00 51 1579855 Washer , Crankshaft Note : Always use original equipment parts . Use of All unnumbered items are sewice / replacementparts otherthan originalparts may voidyour warranty . interchangeable with opposite side 24
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CRAFTSMAN26 " - 8.5H.PS . NOWTHROWER536 . 886190 FRAME ASSEMBLY 91 103 - 91 88 108 342573A REF . REF NO . PART NO . PART NAME NO . PART NO . PART NAME i 80 340578 - 833 Frame Assembly i133 313854 Spring , Tension Return 98 780055 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x . 50 Tap . 140 579872 Lever , Idler Arm Traction 90 583031 - 853 Panel , Bottom 141 180077 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x . 75 91 310169 142 73795 Flatwasher . 328x . 125x . 075 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x . 63 Tap . 761195 143 579865 Plate , Clutch Arm Mtg . Bushing , Idler Lever 103 761198 Arm - Clutch 144 71038 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Hexctrlk 104 710200 313854 Bolt , 3 / 8 - 16 Shoulder 145 Idler Spring 105 41529 Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 Hxctdkjam 146 180124 Screw , 3 / 8 - 16xl . 25 106 340682 Clip , Cable 148 313843 Idler Pulley 107 340579 149 41529 Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 Hexctrlkjam Bracket , Compact CableMtg 108 761153 160 760478 Cable , Auger Clutch Cont . Belt Cover w / Storage 109 340869 Shield , Cable 161 310169 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x . 63 xTap . 110 180124 Flatwasher . 281x . 63 065 Screw , 3 / 6 - 16xl . 25 162 120392 112 313843 163 760539 Idler Pulley Lid , Belt Cover 115 41529 Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 Hxctdkjam 25
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CRAFTSMAN 26 " - 8.5H.P . SNOW THROWER 536.886190 249 246 224 229 250 ; 244 ' . . q 236 " 240 3139951 ( 270 275 REF , REF . INO . PART NO . PART NAME NO . PARTNO . PART NAME 190 579941 Lever , Shaft Tract . Clutch 231 780055 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x . 50 Tap . 313853 Bearing , Flanged 235 579858 191 Washer , Sp . . 502x . 75x . 0605 192 137185 Cotter Pin . 125xl . 00 240 579897 Hex , Assy # 40 - 8 313919 193 I Return Spring 243 462 Ring , Retexr 579937 244 71074 Flatwashe . 53xl . 00x . 063 Lever , Spring Trac el . 1956 19 11871 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x . 63 ' 245 337029 Beadng , Trunion CI . Release 782585 198 , Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Reghexctrlk 246 313883 Wheel Assy . Fdction Disc 210 Disc , Assy Fric . Wheel 247 11871 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x . 63 _ 83163 - 853 I 211 583206 Zer , Grease 249 303008 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 HexKeps 215 583155 Shaft , Hex Traction _ 250 579858 Washer , Sp . 502x . 75x . 0605 216 85501 Bearing , Trunion 255 334163 Bearing & Retainer Assy . 71074 Bearing , Trunion 256 780055 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x . 50 Tap . 221 73811 Ring , Retaining 270 334163 Beadng & Retainer Assy . 222 580969 Flatwasher . 680x1.12x . 06C 271 780055 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x . 50 Tap . 223 43846 Bearing , Ball 275 579893 Jack Assy # 41 - 36T & 8T 224 580970 Key , Square 334163 2761 Beadng & Retainer Assy . 225 580961 Pulley , V3L 277 780055 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x . 50 Tap . 226 580965 Wave Washer " 278 579867 Chain , Roller # 42 227 578962 Flatwasher . 281xl . 00x . 063 228 120380 Washer , Regsptlk 229 180020 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x . 75 230 334163 Bearing & Retainer Assy . 26
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CRAFTSMAN 26 " - 8.5H.P . SNOW THROWER 536.886190 GEAR CASE ASSEMBLY 341 305 306 327 3O4 310 303 320 312 311 303 313996B _ EF . _ EF . NO . PART NO . PART NAME PART NAME NO . PART NO . 30O 10577 ; Gear Case , RH 316 431787 Key , Woedmff # 61 301 10576 Gear Case , LH 320 50221 Bearing , Ranged 303 710025 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x . 75 321 583125 Shaft , Worm Imp 304 46931 Nut , 114 - 20 Mac - Lock Thrust Collar 322 580295 305 303008 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Hexkeps 454565 323 , Spring Pin 306 9344 Screw , 318 - 16x . 50 Tap . 324 48275 Flatwasher . 752x1.24x . 093 310 9566 Oil Seal 325 313826 Bearing , Roll 311 50304 Bearing , Flanged2x1 . 326 50304 Bearing , Ranged 312 48275 Flatwasher . 75 24x . 093 327 9566 Oil Seal 313 340287 Shaft , Auger Output 340 760194 - 953 Impel Assy . 314 51279 Gasket , Gear Case 341 454565 Spdng Pin 315 51405 Gear , Worm 27
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CRAFTSMAN 26 " - 8.5H.P . SNOW THROWER 536.886190 AUGER HOUSINGASSEMBLY 5OO 482 _ - 52O 500 52b < " 543 339972F REF , REF . NO . PART NO . PART NAME NO . PART NO . PART NAME 480 583124 Pulley , V4L 522 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20xl . 75 481 577400 Screw 5 / 16 - 18x . 63 523 3943 Spacer Sleeve 482 71371 Square Key . 18Sqx . 88Lg 524 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Reghexctdk 485 334514 Spacer , Slev . 676xlx . 53 525 9517 Flanged Bearing 490 582960 Retainer , Ball 526 8619 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Wdfl 491 43846 Bearing , Ball 527 9357 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x + 75 493 180077 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x . 75 540 780061 Skid , Height Adjust 49g 710026 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Hexwdfllk 541 340720 Carr . Bolt 5 / 16 - 18x . 75 500 760809 - 833 Housing Assy . 542 120393 Flatwasher . 344x . 69x . 065 502 309235 Ratchet Fastener 543 120638 Washer , HvspUk 504 71003 Screw , 3 / 8 - 16x . 75 544 120376 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Reghex 505 120382 Washer , RegspUk 506 ' 1499 Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 Reghexctdk 510 581399 - 853 Blade , Scraper 24 " 511 340714 Carr . Bolt , 1 / 4 - 20x . 75 514 780285 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Whiz - lk 520 339503 - 853 Auger Assy LH 521 339506 - 853 Auger Assy RH * When ordering replacement parts order Shear Pin , part # 760875 28
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CRAFTSMAN 26 " ' - 8.5H.P . SNOW THROWER 536.886190 • DISCHARGE CHUTEASSEMBLY 593 597 594 596 595 REFo KEY # 600 I 337160E REF . REF . NO . PART NO . PART NAME NO . PARTNO . PART NAME 582 340720 600 - 2 11780 Cam Bolt 5 / 16 - 18x . 75 Upper Chute 583 12021 Washer , Plastic 600 - 3 305216 Hinge Pin 584 71038 601 586280 Cam Bolt 5 / 16 - 18xl . 00 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 hexnylon 588 6711 Plastic Washer 602 120393 Flatwasher . 344x . 69x . 065 592 12021 Plastic Washer 603 71038 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Hexnyl 593 8711 Plastic Washer 604 760268 Flap , chute Insert 594 120393 Flatwasher . 344x . 69x . 065 605 760987 Pop , Rivet 595 120638 606 585214 - 85 : Washer , Hvsptlk Collar , Chute Rect . 596 120393 Flatwasher . 344x . 69x . 065 607 180020 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x . 75 597 13527 Knob , T 2 Blade 608 120392 Flatwasher . 281 x . 63x . 065 598 120376 609 782585 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Reghex Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Reghexctdk 599 126358 Carr . Bolt 5 / 16118xl . 00 Retainer , Ring Inner 610 93372273 600 760996 - 853 611 5851 Chute Assembly Retainer , Ring Outer 760989 Lower Chute 606 - 1 I 29
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CRAFTSMAN 26 " - 8.5H.P . SNOW THROWER 536.886190 HANDLEASSEMBLY 731 720 734 725 725 746 - 753 - 339622B REF REF PART NAME NO . PART NO . NO . PART NO . PART NAME 9552 - 853 1673 720 744 Upper Handle Spring ; Auger Clutch 724 11234 745 782585 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x2.75 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Reghexctdk 725 120393 308146 Flatwasher . 344x . 69x . 065 746 i Boot , Clutch Spring ; ' 26 120638 339541 - 853 Washer , Hvsptlk 750 Handle , Lower 727 120376 751 180079 Screw 5 / 16 - 18xl . 00 Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 Reghex 728 11261 752 120638 Stop , Red Pla . _ tic Washer , Hvsptlk ; ' 30 334195 753 120376 Nut , 5 / 15 - 19 Reghex Kit for RH Handle Assy 731 334195 754 309436 Pushnut , 5 / 18 Kit for LH Handle Assy . 733 4140 755 337407 - 853 Brkt , Gear Selector Pin , Clutch Handle 734 ' 3535 Nut , Push On 756 180087 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x2.00 4049 757 300303 • 739 Screw , Plastita Bumper , Rect . 741 1579 Cable , Clutch 743 579869 Spring , Tension 3O
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CRAFTSMAN 26 " - 8.5H.P . SNOW THROWER 536.886190 WHEEL ASSEMBLY 678 673 . . . . . 655 655 ' 671 673 318542F REF . ! REF . NO . PART NO . PART NAME NO . i PART NO . PART NAME i 650 580883 Shaft , Axle Wheel / mid 673 585591 Bushing , Wheel 4 " Lg 652 583012 Sprkt & Hub Assy . 675 318504 Tire & Rim 653 73839 Screw 14 - 20x2.25 676 577015 Screw Shr 1 / 4 - 20xl . 75 654 782585 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Reghxctdk 677 782585 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Reghxctdk 655 581730 Bearing , Flanged 678 239 Ring , Ret . 656 579867 Chain , Roller # 42x40P 679 73842 Pin , Klik 871 73840 Flatwasher . 765x1.12x . 06 E ASSEMBLY SHIFT YOI < _ 796 _ 795 790 - - - 791 801 REF . PART NO . PART NAME NO . Shift Rod 790 581631 - 853 180020 791 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x . 75 782585 792 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Reghexctrlk 795 318486 Nut , 1 / 2 - 13 Hexjam 796 304438 L , J _ ob , Shift 800 760564 ever , Spring 801 180020 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x . 75 802 782585 Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Reghexctrlk 811 579944 Bearing , Ranged 812 581795 Rod , Assy Yoke 813 1499 Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 Reghexctdk 319053D 31
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CRAFTSMAN 26 " - 8.5HOP . SNOW THROWER 536,886190 856 CHUTECONTROL RODASSEMBLY 855 854 662 855 850 860 875 872 874 [ _ 870 334215C RER REF NO . PARTNO . PART NAME PARTNAME NO . PART NO . 865 309344 Adapter , Boot to Handle 850 585426 Crank Assy , W / yokele 866 120394 Flatwasher . 406x . 81x . 065 - Chute Crank Hand 854 307399 867 71046 Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 Hexnyl 309312 855 Flatwasher , . 39x . 70x . 35 870 585195 Bracket , Worm Mtg 578 ' _ 59 856 Rihg , Ret . E . 871 585196 Worm , Gear Chute Rot 581618 860 Eye Bolt 3 / 8 - 16x6.00 872 578063 Block Univ . Pivot 148 861 Grommet Eye Bolt 873 578309 Clevis Pin 862 308145 Boot , Eye Bolt Chute Crank 874 578060 Pin , Univ . Joint 863 124829 Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 xHexjam . 875 579493 Cotter Pin . 06x . 80 Flatwasher . 406 81x . 065 864 120394 DECALS 314005F REF . NO . PART NO . PART NAME 822 760971 Decal , 9 " Impeller 823 313892 Decal , Danger Chute 824 70141 Decal , Danger Auger 302922 825 Decal , Danger English 826 760972 Decal , Craftsman 827 761094 Decal , El Start 8 / 26E 828 761079 Decal , Danger Chute 829 3902 Decal , Traction Dr . Engage 830 3903 Decal , Gear Selector 831 340047 Decal , Gear Selector 833 760983 Decal , Toolbox 32
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F . , GtN , . . . , iOOEt " _ UMB = , . . A " : 4t 3.9SB003 cRAFTSMAN 4 " CYCLE = 1 ; _ y ' ' _ 10 CarbUretor No , 640052 i _ . , , 14 . , _ 7 I . 30 | 33
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CRAFTSMAN 4 - CYCLE ENGINE MODEL NUMBER : 143.988003 7O If _ 325 182 370k 219 34 • i
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CRAFTSMAN 4 - CYCLE ENGINE MODEL NUMBER : 143.988003 Ref . # Part No Description Ref . # _ ' art No , Description 35385 i Cylinder ( Incl 2,20,72 ) 149A 35 _ 52 valve : upnng L ; ap 2 27652 I Dowel Pin 150 27881 Valve Springng 3 650820 Screw , 114 - 20x112 " 151 32581 Valve Spri Keeper 4 31857 Oil Drain Extension 169 27896A Valve Cover Gasket 5 30969 Extension Cap 170 28423 Breather Body 15 30699C Governor Rod ( Inc115A & 15B ) 171 28424 Breather Element 15A 30700 GovemorYoke 172 28425 VatveCoverube 15B 650494 Screw640 x 5 / 16 " 173 35350 BreatherT 16 33454 Governor Lever 174 650128 Screw 10 - 24 x 1 / 2 " 17 29916 Governor Lever Clamp 178 29752 Nut & Lock Washer 1 / 4 - 28 " 18 651028 Screw 8 - 32x3 / 8 " 182 30088A Screw , 1 / 4 - 28x1 " 19 34663 Speed Control Spring 183 Pt587A Choke oBracket 20 35319 Oil Seal 184 13263 Carburetor T Intake Pine Gskl 25 36460 Blower Housing Baffle 185 J3877 Intake Pipe 26 650561 Screw 1 / 4 - 20x5 / 8 " 186 34667 Governor Linkg 28 30322 Loocknut 8 - 32 186B 36652 Choke Sprin 30 36245 Crankshaft 200 34677 Control Bkt ( Incl . 19 , 203 , 204 & 20 _ 35 29826 Screw 10 - 32x3 / 4 " 203 31342 Compression Spring116 " 36 29918 Lockwasher 204 651029 Screw , T10 5 - 40x7 37 29216 Locknut 10 - 32 206 610973 Terminal 38 29642 Retaining Ring 207 3878 Throttle Unk 40 40011 Piston , P [ n , & Ring Set ( Std ) 209 350821 Screw 10 - 32 x 1 / 2 " 40 40012 Piston , Pin , & Ring Set ( . 010 " ) 215 35440 Control Knob 41 40009 Piston & Pin Assy ( Std ( Incl . 43 ) 219 34586 Choke Rod 41 40010 Piston & Pin Assy ( . OlO " OS ) ( ino143 ) 220 35438 Choke Knob 42 ; 0013 Ring Sat ( Std ) 222 18820 Screw 10 - 32 x 1 / 2 " 42 ; 0014 Ring Set ( . 010 " OS ) 223 350378 Screw Ton ( T - 40 5 / 16 - 18x1 - 1 / 8 " 43 27888 Piston Pin Retaining Ring 224 7915A Intake Pipe Gasket 45 36897 Connecting Rod Assy ( inc147 , 49 ) 260 35447A Blower Housingx5 / 47 551033 Connecting Rod Bolt 261 550788 Screw 5 / 16 - 18 4 " 48 34034 Valve Liftar 262 Z9747B Screw Torx T - 40 5 / 16 - 24x21 / 32 " 49 36896 Oil Dipper 264A = 550802 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20x5 / 8 " 50 35375 Camshaft ( r _ , CR ) 265 33272B Cylinder Head Cover ( Black ) 60 33273A Blower Hsin I Extension 275 55056 Muffler Screw 10 - 2 , xl / 2 " 65 550128 276 51588 Locking Plate 69 35262A Cylinder Cover Gasket 277 551002 Screw 5 / 16 - 18x4 - 3 / 16 " 70 35376 Cylinder Cover ( Inc171 , 75 , & 80 ) 1281 33013 Starter Bubble Cover 71 35377 Crankshaft Bushing : 282 650760 Screw 8 - 32x3 / 8 " 75 35319 OilSeal 285 35995B StarterCupck 80 31845 Governor Shaft 287 29752 Nut & Lo washer 1 / 4 - 28 81 3059OA Washer 290 10705 Fuel Line 82 35378 Governor Gear Assy . ( Inc181 ) 292 26460 Fuel Line Clamp 83 30588A Govamor Spool 298 650665 Screw 1 / 4 - 15 x 3 / 4 " 84 29193 Retaining Ring . 300 ; 4156A Fuel Tank ( loci 292 & 301 ) 86 650833 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20xl - 3 / 16 301 15355 Fuel CapTube 87 650832 Screw 1 / 4 - 20xl - 11 / 16 " 305 35554 Oil Fill 89 32589 Flywheel Key 307 35499 " O " Ring 90 611093 Flywheel ( w / dng gear ) 308 ; 5540 Fill Tube Clip 92 650880 Lock Washer 310 36205 Dipstick 93 650881 Flywheel Nut 314 650873 Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x 3 / 4 " 100 35135 Solid State lgnition 315 611111 AltematorCoU ( 18wae ) ( Ioc1323 ) 101 610118 SparkPiugCovar 323 ; 11118 Terminal 102 651024 Solid State Mling Stud 325 29443 Wire ClipPlug 103 651007 Screw Ton ( T - 15 10 - 24x15 / 16 327 35392 Starter 110 35187 Ground Wire 328 35593 Ignition Key 110A 37047 Ground Wire 329 ; 10973 i erminal 119 36448 Cylinder Head Gasket 335 35057A Carburetor " Cover 120 36449 Cylinder Head 336 ; 50765 Screw 10 - 32xl / 2 125 27878A Exhaust Valve ( std ) ( thc1151 ) 338 28942 Screw 10 - 32x3 / 8 ' 125 27880A Exhaust Valve ( l / 32 " OS ) inc1151 ) 340 34154 Fuel Tank Bracket 126 34035 Intake Valve std ) ( thcl . 151 ) 341 34155 Fuel Tank Braokat 126 34036 InakeVave 1 / 32 " OS ) ( nc1151 ) 342 ; 50561 Scrawll4 - 2Ox5i8 " 127 650691 Washer 350 ; 70682 Pdmer Bulb 129 650727 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18x1 - 3 / 4 " 351 32180C PdmerLine 130 6021A Screwu / 16 - 18x1 - 1 / 2 " 355 590574 StarterHandle ( MittenGdp ) 131A 650713 Screw 5 / 16 - 18 x 5 / 8 " 364 33377 Carburetor Cover Bracket 135 35395 Resistor Spark Plug ( RJIgLM ) 365 650767 Screw 8 - 32x27164 " 139 33369 Governor Gear Bracket 370 36261 Identification Decal 140 1650836 Screw 10 - 24x1 / 2 " 370B 5878 WamingDecal 149 27882 Valva Spring Cap 370C 36501 PdmerDenal 3701 5077 Instruction Decal 380 340052 Carb _ etor ( incl . 184 ) 390 _ 90733 Rewind Starte , " 396 3329D Eloctdc Starter Motor Kit ( Optional ) 400 56450A Gasket Set 35
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• CRAFTSMAN 4 - CYCLE ENGINE MODEL NUMBER : 143.988003 Starter No . 590749 I REF PART NO . NO . PART NAME 0 590749 Rewind Starter 1 590599A Spdng Pin ( Incl . 4 ) 2 590600 Washer 3 590679 Retainer 4 590601 Washer 5 590678 Brake S . pdng 6 590680 Starter uog 7 590412 Dog Spring 8 590682 Pulley & Rewind Sprg A , _ s _ 11 590750 Starter Housing Assy 12 590535 Starter Rope ( Length 98 " x9 / 64 ' dla ) 13 590574 Mitten Grip Handle ( not included with starter ) 36
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For the repair or replacement parts you need delivered directly to your home Call 7 am - 7 pm , 7 days a week 1 - 800 - 366 - PART ( 1 - 800 - 366 - 7278 ) Para ordenar piezas con entrega a domicilio - 1 - 800 - 659 - 7084 For in - house major brand repair service Call 24 hours a day , 7 days a week 1 - 800 - 4 - REPAIR ( 1 - 800 - 473 - 7247 ) Para pedir servicio de reparaci6na donticilio - 1 - 800 - 676 - 5811 For the location of a Sears Parts and Repair Center in your area _ m _ m _ n Call 24 hours a day , 7 days a week mR | i | | 1 - 800 - 488 - 1222 For information on purchasing a Sears Maintenance Agreement or to inquire about an existing Agreement Call 9 am - 5pm , Monday - Saturday 1 - 800 - 827 - 6655 When requesting service or ordering parts , always provide the following information : • . Product Type • Part Number • Model Number • Part Description AmericRae'sp _ Srpeciar _ sts Printed in U . S . A .
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10N/P Engine (see craftsman 143.988003)
12710024 Screw516-18
13120638 Washer 8pk
313949 Guide rod be
33120638 Washer 8pk
34910828 Screw
413949 Guide rod be
43120638 Washer 8pk
44910828 Screw
51579855 Washer crankshaft
53579854 Half pulley
54579861 Flat washer
57579932 Belt
5873840 Flat washer
59586251 Spacer, sleeve
60586253 Pulley
63581264 Belt v 4l 35
67313826 Flat washer
68120382 Washer 8pk
6939573 Screw
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66218 Starter kit
76216 Screw, 1/4-20x.50
86217 Screw #6-32 x 2.50
96219 Starter cord
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7209552-853 Upper handle
72411234 Screw
725120393 Washer 8pk
726120638 Washer 8pk
727120376 Nut 8pk
72811261 Stop
730334195 Kit for rh handle assembly
731334195 Kit for lh handle assembly
7334140 Clutch hex pin
7343535 Nut push on
7394049 Bumper rectifier
7411579 Clutch cable
743579869 Tension spring
7441673 Auger spring
745782585 Nut.25-20 he
746308146 Clutch boot
750339541-853 Mp handle, l
751180079 Screw, 516-
752120638 Washer 8pk
753120376 Nut 8pk
754309436 Pushnut, 51
755337407-853 Mp brkt gea
756180087 Screw fuel
757300303 Screw, .25x.
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00600-1760989 Lower chute
00600-211780 Upper chute
00600-3305216 Chute hinge
582340720 Bolt, carr 5/16-18 x .75
58312021 Washer
58471038 Nut.31-18 he
5886711 Washer
59212021 Washer
5936711 Washer
594120393 Washer 8pk
595120638 Washer 8pk
596120393 Washer 8pk
59713527 Wingknob.31-
598120376 Nut 8pk
599126358 Carr bolt
600760990-853 Chute
601586280 Carriage bolt
602120393 Washer 8pk
60371038 Nut.31-18 he
604760268 Chute i flap
605760987 Pop a rivet
606585214-853 Chute collar
607180020 Screw 8pk
608120392 Flat washer
609782585 Nut.25-20 he
610337227 Retainer ring
611585193 Retainer ring
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480583124 Pulley
481577400 Screw 5/16-1
48271371 Square key
485334514 Spacer sleeve
490582960 Ball retainer
49143846 203 brg
493180077 Screw, 5/16-18 x 0.75
499710026 Nut, 5/16-18
500760809-833 26'hsg assy
502309235 Ratchet fastener
50471003 Screw
505120382 Washer 8pk
5061499 Nut hlk 38
510581399-853 Scraper blade
514780285 Nut
520339503-853 Auger 26 a1
521339506-853 Auger 26 a1
522N/P Screw, 1/4-20x1/75 (when ordering replacement p...
5233943 Spacer sleeve
524N/P Nut, 1/4-20 reghexctrlk (when ordering replacem...
5259517 Auger bearing
5268619 Nut, 516-18
5279357 Screw 5/16-1
540780061 Lf skid heig
541340720 Bolt, carr 5/16-18 x .75
542120393 Washer 8pk
543120638 Washer 8pk
544120376 Nut 8pk
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30010577 Case gear
30110576 Case gear
303710025 Screw-14-20
30446931 Nut
305303008 Nut
3069344 Screw
3109566 Seal oil .75
31150304 Brng fl .752
31248275 Flat washer
313340287 Auger shaft
31451279 Gasket gear
31551405 Worm gear
316431787 Key wdrf #61
32050221 Brng flng.50
321583125 Worm i shaft
322580295 Thrust collar
323454565 Pin 2pk
32448275 Flat washer
325313828 Brng roll .7
32650304 Brng fl .752
3279566 Seal oil .75
340760194-853 Impeller
341454565 Pin 2pk
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190579941 Assembly t lever
191313853 Bushing
192137185 Cotter pin
193313919 Return spring
195579937 Lever
19611871 Bolt
198782585 Nut.25-20 he
210583163-853 Wp disc fric
211583206 Grease zerk
215583155 Shaft hex
21685501 Trunnion bearing
21771074 Washer 8pk
22173811 Ring
222580969 Flat washer
22343846 203 brg
224580970 Square key
225580961 Pulley
226580965 Wave washer
227578962 Flatwasher .281x1.00x.063
228120380 Washer 8pk
229180020 Screw 8pk
230334163 Bearing & re
231780055 Screw.31-18x
235579858 Washer
240579897 Lf hex assy#
243462 Retention ring
24471074 Washer 8pk
245337029 Hub friction
246313883 Friction wheel
24711871 Bolt
249303008 Nut
250579858 Washer
255334163 Bearing & re
256780055 Screw.31-18x
270334163 Bearing & re
271780055 Screw.31-18x
275579893 Sprocket & s
276334163 Bearing & re
277780055 Screw.31-18x
278579867 Chain roller
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100761195 Plate
103761198 Clutch arm
104710200 Bolt shoulde
10541529 Nut, 38-16
106340682 Cable clip
107340579 Compact bracket
108761153 Auger cable
109340869 Shield cable
110180124 Screw 5pk
112313843 Pulley idler
11541529 Nut, 38-16
133313854 Spring idler
140579872 Lever idler
141180077 Screw, 5/16-18 x 0.75
14273795 Flatwasher .328x.125x.075
143579865 Bushing, idler lever
14471038 Nut.31-18 he
145313854 Spring idler
146180124 Screw 5pk
148313843 Pulley idler
14941529 Nut, 38-16
160760478 Use 760478 b
161310169 Screw
162120392 Flat washer
163760539 Lid, blt cov
80340578-833 Frame assembly
88780055 Screw.31-18x
90583031-853 Panel
91310169 Screw
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650580883 Axle shaft
652583012 Sprocket
65373839 Screw
654782585 Nut.25-20 he
655581730 Brng fl .755
656579867 Chain roller
67173840 Flat washer
673585591 Bushing wheel
675318504 Wheel
676577015 Screw shr 1/
677782585 Nut.25-20 he
678239 Ring ret tru
67973842 Pin klik .25
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790581631-853 Shift lever
791180020 Screw 8pk
792782585 Nut.25-20 he
795318486 Nut
796304438 Knob, shift
800760564 Lever spring
801180020 Screw 8pk
802782585 Nut.25-20 he
811579944 Bearing
812581795 Wp rod, as
8131499 Nut hlk 38
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850585426 Crank assembly, w/yoke
854307399 Crank handle
855309312 Flat washer
856578159 Retainer
860581618 Eyebolt.38-1
861148 Eye grommet
862308145 Boot eyebolt
863124829 Nut, 38-16
864120394 Washer 8pk
865309344 Adapter boot
866120394 Washer 8pk
86771046 Nut
870585195 Bracket, worm mtg
871585196 Chute worm gear
872578063 Housing, universal
873578309 Lf pin clevi
874578060 Universal joint pin
875579493 Cotter pin
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822760971 Decal, 9" impeller
823313892 Decal, danger chute
82470141 Decal
825302922 Danger decal
826760972 Decal, craftsman
827761094 Decal, el start 8/26e
828761079 Danger decal
8293902 Decal, traction dr. engage
8303903 Auger control decal
831340047 Decal,gear
833760983 Decal