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JAN - 30 - 2601 $ 2 ; 48 706 651 7714 P . 02 / 21 lSears I owner's manual MODEL NO . 536.90515 CRIIFTSMIIN _ 24 " SNOWT : HROWER CAUTION : Re , ad SAFETY • RULESand • Assembly INSTRUCTIONS carefully • Operating • Maintenance • Repair Parts ii w iii Sold by S ] , ARS , ROI ! , IJ't / C ] _ AND CO . , Chzcs , _ u , IlL 60684 U . 8 . A . ' PS NS ' _ ' AR ' I T ] ' , ' ' ' o andSIM 19 . - Sit , 8LMI iD , l vunto 4374 Pan Ne , 61172
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7AN - _ 0 - 2001 12 : 48 706 651 7714 P , 03 / 21 i i , , , IMPORTANT RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION It is imperative in operating and handling the power snow thrower that certain nor - mal precautions be observed to prevent 1he possiloility of injury or damage = Please read the rates for sofa operation before you assemble or LJseyour powcr snow thrower . . Read the Owner's Manual carefully . Familiarize yourself with the controls and use of the snow thrower , Be prepared to stop in a moment's notice . Don't loon your snow thrower to persons unfamiliar with its operation and use . B Do not allow minors to operate or to be near the snow thrower unless properly super - vised . 3 . Keep hands , feet and loose clothing clear of all moving parts . Do not ever piece hands in discharge chutes or near an _ y mov ! ng part while eflgine ; s running . 4 . Be sure of your footing at all times Io avoid sllpplng . Keep a firm hold on the handle . Be careful when turning . , 5 . Check fuel before each using . Do nat fill gasoline tank when englna is running or while engine is hot . Wipe off any spilled gasoline before starting engine . Gaso - line iS highly flammable . Always handle with care . . Do not run engine indoors , exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide which ; s odor - less and deadly poise . . If for some reason engine must be run indoors , open all doors and windows to provide suffident ventilation , 7 . Move speed control to the neutral position before starting engine . Keep gua _ rds in place , g . Do not allow anyone in the area while using the snow thrower , A fore ; an object or piece of ice may be thrown through the discharge chute causing injuTy to person or damage to property . 9 , Stop the engine and be sure all moving parts have stopped turning . Remove the spark p ! ug , to prevent accidental slar _ llngrbeforo € lea _ ing the discharge chute on . Toter units ; also before making any acl ; ustments , mspechng or repairing , or cleaning 10 . Keep all screws , nuts and bolts tight at all times . 11 . DanJt change governor settings , The governor controls the speed and protects the engine from damagln9 excess ; re speeds , 12 . Don't store snow thTower , with fuel In the tank , inside a building where fumes may reach an open flame o ¢ spark . Let the engine coal before storing in any enclosure . 13 . If your snow thrower should start vibrating , slop the englne and check for dam - age or loose parts . Vibration generally is e warning of trouble . 14 . For added safety , it is su9gasted that the operator wear safety glasses . 15 . Never stand in front of the snow thrower or discharge chute . JI i , - 2 - -
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JAN - 30 - 2001 12 : 48 906 651 9914 P . 04 / 21 CRAFTSMAN POWER SNOW REMOVAL EQUIPMENT AFTSMAN GUARANTEE CRAFTSMAN PRODUCT FAILS TO GIVE PROPER PERFORMANCE DUE _ ' _ WORKMANSHIP , W { _ WJLL MAKF ALL NECESSARY REPAIRS , FREE OP _ _ CHARGE • ' _ THIS GUARANTEE SERVICE { S AVAILABLE IHROUGH ANY OF OUR STOR _ S OR SERVIC _ C [ ; NTERS _ _ THROUGHOUT THE UNITEU STATES OR CANADA . MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT TIIE SEARS GUARAN'IE _ : PLUS A MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT PROVIDr , MAXIMUM VALUE FOR SEARS PRODUCTS , CONTACT YOUI _ NEAREST S _ ARS STORE Pr . JR DETAILS . t ! CUSTOMERS RESPONSIBILITIES ALWAYS USE CARE WI4EN OPERA ] ING THE SNOW 1HROWER . KEEP CLEAR OF MOVING PARTS . DO NOT WORK ON SNOW THROWER WJlH ENGINE RUNNING . AVOID STRIKING OR RUNNING INTO SOLID OBJECTS OR DEBRIS IN THE AR'EA 1 ' O BE WORKED , READ AND OBSP _ RVEIHF RULES FOR SAFE OPERAIION . KEEP THE SNOW THROWER CLEAN . ' FOLLOW A REGULAR MAINlbNANCE AND CHECK SCHEDULE TO PROVIDE EFFICIENT AND SAFE OPERATION . A WELt . CARED fOR SNOW THROWER WILL LAST LONGER AND OPERATE MORE EFFICIENTLY . ALWAYS BE CAREFUL FOR YOURSELF AND FOR 01 ' HERS , SET UP INSTRUCTIONS II IS SUGGESTED THA ! THIS MANUAL tip READ IN ITS EN ? IR [ TY BEFORE ATIEMPTING TO A $ SEMBL [ _ OR OPERATE THE SNOW IEHROWFR . IH _ SEARS SNOW THROWER HAS BEEN COMPLIZTEY ASSEMBLED AT THE FACTORY , EXCEPT FOR THE HANDLE AND OPERATING CONIROLS WHICH HAVE BI : EN LI _ FT UNASSF , MBLED FOR _ HIPPING PUR - POSES . ALL PARTS SUCH AS NUTS , WASHERS . i _ OLTS , E1C . , NECESSARY ' tO COMPLETE AS , SEMDLY OF THE HANDLE AND CONTROLS HAVE BEEN PRE - INSERTED IN IHE PLACES THEY ARE TO BE USED OR PLACED JN A PLASTIC BAG . ASSEMBLE THE UNIT AS OUTLINED . REFERTO ILLUSTRATIONS FOR A , T _ EMBLY ASi _ IMANCE . , i
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JRN - 30 - 2001 12 : 49 7B6 651 7714 P , 05 / 21 br , _ r , k ( _ t tn , 1 petition where teeth o . lower end ul Iod firmly ASSEMBLY engage holes igl flanLw ; = lou . d | J _ ltt _ ! l _ of the disoharp chute , All hardware neees ; ary to completn Ihe asserllbl ¥ _ ! yOUr r , , Tu attach shill ¢ ontrfll rod , _ oe para ; Iriph Shift _ n - snow thrower wilt bc Iound in tl _ a shippil . tg carton , II w ; l ! ttol Rod Adjustment , be : lece _ sary to install the upl ) = r / rod tower handle assern . ml bli0s , control pene _ and shift col ) trol assembly arid nhutc DIECHARQE CHUTE control rod . Tltoro ere two beLtSof parts packed wltll yoo _ unit , One beg contain ; n _ cL'Escryhardware to cl _ mplolc , _ assembly of Vou _ trait . The other bag contains three roplace . HANDLE ment sheet bolls end I _ Uts , an irtstrzz _ tlcmshoot lot ' shear bolt ] nstatletlon end e replacement = ha ; n € onnectul link . Figures 1 end 2 sltow unit € ompletely assembled . To © omplnto issambly , proceed as follows : 1 , Secure Iownr handles Uig = Jm 31 with two 5 / U Inch screws , two split Ioekwesl _ er ; . two I { nd _ screws m _ d two LEFT LOWER ! formed washo _ . NOTE : Hen ( lie with I'wle in the center must be ir _ talled o . tl _ e 10It side of thu d . it . . 2 . SeCUle upper handles a ! td control panel ( ( igtll ' , _ 4 ) with i 1 - 1NCHECREW fnur 1 _ IltCh screws , fOrlll _ ( . ! w _ hnrs and I _ knu | s , ! FORMED WAEHli lUll . INCH ECREW COMTROL I - - I SPLIT LOCKWASHER UPPER HANDLE I . EVER pANEL Figure 3 ' = ' REW FORMED WASHER LOCKNUT SHIFT CONTRI EeRll Figure I Figure 4 , _ hift Control Rod Adjustment 1 . I ; lemove lucknus front screw located in bell crank astembly . Secure lower end of shift ca , tirol rod tu bell crank as shown in figure 6 and replace nut . ' 2 . Loostm shift lever saddle nut ( see f _ gure 6AS until shift rod stldas freely in saddle urnova . 3 . Stand unit Ug on auge _ end ( fib ; are 7 } , Remove prn . tective pecking llt _ t was placed betweer _ rubber drive d _ sc anr _ speed disc for shipping purposes , IMPORTANT : Failure to rnmove p _ ot _ . ctive packing can cause unit to propel ; tacit in NEUTRAL gear . 4 , Place sltift lever let _ _ orward gear position ( Detail A . figu _ 71 . Using a isi _ . ce of wood or other suitable material , block the lover back _ inch Ilo = ' n bottom of slot , Push b011 crank down to engage drive dt _ c a . d spccd dlsc _ figure El . Tighten th _ shill rod saddle mJr . S , Remove bln _ k from shift lever and check In sec ill , it d , ive disc firmly contacts speed d ; s _ in all forward gears and REVERSE . The dFive disc should ( : leer the speed dJs _ 3 , , _ N : ure Chute € entral rod ( figure Si to loll iowa , hw _ dle with fassenara instilled in remote control strap , a ! ip = oxlmetely 1 / B in © h wi _ el _ shift level ] _ tel NI ; UTItAL position . 4 . So = are lower control red bracket to engine platform w | th two E / E inch scr _ = ws and | ockng _ , - NOTE : Notice 8 . Install the bottom Cover wtl _ ch was p _ ; ked separately that lower control rod bracket is adjustable . Adjust the with fou , taptire I ; crewt { IJgufe 6 } .
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JAN - 30 - 2001 12 : 49 ? 06 6 _ 1 7714 P . 06 / 21 e _ ' HUTE CONTROL ROP U - BOLT r _ IHNCH 8CREW CONTROL ROD 8RACKET LOCKNUT Figure 5 i AUOER END Height Adjustment - Skids & Gage Wheels This ilnlt is equipped w _ th a Daft ol ski _ mounted on th0 back side of the sugar ho _ Jr _ o and a pair of gega wheals I ( x _ ated on the outside o ! th = auger housin9 , Both theskl _ cad gage wheels era used so eleveto the front of the machine REARCOVER up to 1 inch . Figut'og shows both pattL NOTE , ' Be certain that tires - , re Inflated equally before - _ dJussingskids or gage wheels , Wheu rcrnovino snow from ! l ' _ r _ surface arab such Os paved driveway or sidewalk , we suggest usa of gage wheels ontv to elevctc front of machine to desired heighl . " 1 " ochange height of gpt . lu wheals , remove nut on a _ ) e or rjeOe wllee | Ifigu ) € 9 ) . Relucate axle into hole representln9 desired he _ ghL and re . pJ _ P . e r + uL Set wheel on other side , lt same height , Loosen . pull up . and tighten skids to full UP pu _ ition after gage wheels have bael _ r , ot . Wha , romovinq snow from rock or unpaved constrUc _ Lon , v , m august you ra ( se the frortz el th + machine with the skids , To raise the rnach ; na wilrh the skids , loosen the muunzing . uts ( figure g ) and push the skids down until tire front of the 0 math ; he iS ra ; sod to dosired height . Ret ; ghtan moun _ ing nUtS , IMPORTANT : Be corral , to mainlaie proper ground clear - nnce for your particular area 1o be created , ObJecls such I _ gravel , rooks or otller debris , if slruck by the auger , may be
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- rAN - _ O - 2001 12 : 49 786 651 7714 P , 07 " 21 d _ rown w ] tl ) sufficient fume lo cause iniur ¥ to po _ onnel o _ IMPORTANT : Chai1geer = nkca _ € oil after the first 2 hours _ mag # to property . o1 operad , on and : , her each 25 hours uf ul ) era _ ion thereafter , or st the beginning of eadr season , whichever come _ first , ' re dtoin the oil , see poragmpl _ I . ubriution . 2 . Fill gas t , qnk with € lean re . qular grade eutUmoliva gasoline , Lead . free or low , lead D _ otitte is an acceptable suhstlzute . Do not use E111yl or high o © _ r _ gasoline . B _ ceq'tairl Cool , liner is clear _ and free _ rofll rusl , or forcig _ z particles . Never LJSeg = lsoline thai may be stale tram long p _ riuds ( Jrslola _ in the cotlta ] ner . CAUTION : Never fill the g _ tank while engine inrunning or is hot ° hxlmedi / toly wipe off any spilled gasoline before attempting to start engine . 3 . I _ eck ell level i . . Llear ease lay removing ell level phJ9 ( fiaule 10 ) . 01 ! sl _ otdd be visible I , hole , If not , remove oil fill plug ifio . ie 1o ) and add SEARS SAE 30 engine oil until _ it stort _ Io rul _ out ell level hule . Replace both plu _ att l tighten securely , 4 . Check ti _ pressure , Tires Were factory inflated to 15 to 20 pounds , This is oorrecL pressure for tires w ; th snow chains , If chaim ere relttuved , decrease tire pressureLo t2 to 15 pounds . Be certain = that pressure is equal in both tiros so front el trait stays level , OiLrILLPlUG F ; gure 8 Figure 9 Figure 10 Before Starting Engine OPERATION I . Remove the oil cog end dipstick ( figure 2 ) and fill Genorel Safety Precautions crank . s0 to the FULL line on dlpstiek ( approximately t _ Ad pintS ) with SEAR e : SW - 20 motor oil which w _ include t , Keep the area to be cleated free of stones , twigs , small with the unit , Replace the ell _ op and dipstick € fld tighten toys and other debris . Once the uluw beglns tu 1all , these securely , Always check oil level before starting ti _ e engine objects will be covered end impossible to be seen . If struck and after each five hou _ of continuous ur , e . Add oil a ; re ' by the auger , small objects can be tlirown with suffie ; ent quoted . Do not over fl11 . force tO cause injul'y to personnel and dam = 9c to Pro _ orw ,
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? 06 651 7914 P . 08 / 21 3AN - 30 - 2001 12 : 50 2 , Stand clear of unit when starting engine . Nova ( place hands or feel ricer any movIIIg p : rlJ , Never dlrecI rite dis - CHUTE DEFLECTOR charge chute at byt ; anders . CHUTE NANDLE . _ CAUTION : If the discharge chute should become blocked , stop the onglne end remove the spark plug before attempting to clear the obstruction . 3 , Slap the engine and inspect uititfor damage imme - diately after striking any foreign object . De not use the maeh ; ne until all damage has been rape [ red , 4 . Your snow thrower is shlpped with tlre chainsin . stalled . For best traction , do riot operate the utow thrower willlouz the tile chains . 6 . When using the snow thrower , dresswarmly , If pest , ible , use non * slip type footwear te inure safe footing . 6 , Keep a firm hold url zha handle . De careful when turnlng to a _ old slipplng , 7 . Never leave the snOW throwel unattended while the engine is running . Figure 1 1 _ . The operation of any powered outdoor uqulpmt _ nt can result in forei0n objects being thrown into Ihe eye _ , willeh can resul ( in _ evete eye ( Jalnago . Always wear salary glassesor eye shields before commencing powor toot Opera . tion . We recommend Wide Vision Safety Mask for over spectacles or _ tendard safely glasses , available at SEARS Retail or Catalog Stores . 9 . Familiarize yourself wlth the cquJpme , t anti whh tile Rules for Safe Operation . VER Operating Controls - Unit Figur _ 12 Operating controls ( figure 11 ) and their lunutions are as To Star _ Engi . e follows : CAUTION : Do not put | tends , feel Or loose oloshi . o in or o Shift Control Lever - Used to select ded _ ed trait nell ' the deflector © bulc or auger housing while the Dnaiile Is speed or direction , Choice of tour forward speeds , running . NEUTRAL and REVERSE . Thr , snuw thrower e . gine is equipped wilh a , ew instant o Chutc Control Rod . Used to dlange directlnn of stin recoil starter . The operation of this engine is con - anow discharge . Turn handle € loukw _ se 1o tUrrt chute trolled by the thlottie control ( figure 13 ) . Before starting to left . Turn hondln counterclockwise to turn chule to the en0ine , becertain that you have read and followed ell ' . he right . All snow can be discharged Lo one sid ( ) l _ y hlstruetions on the pleeeding pages . changing direcUon of € ll = lte cad1 limo direction _ f trave _ is changed . 1 . FItl fuel t _ nk with clean , fresh , regular gasoline , = _ ute Deflector - Tile dislance that the snow will be CAUTION : Be eellain tiles the ahift lever is in NEUTRAL discharged can be adjusted by moving the deller . l . al position end tile auger control Jsin DISENGAGE pot , , Jtion chute up or dowrl using the chute handle inotiflted on before starting engine _ the deflector chute ( figure 11 ) . 2 . Open ftJel shut . oil valve on fuel ta _ k , if = ; e © quipp , _ d , CAUTION ! Do not put hands in or near the dofJoctOi ' IMPORTANT : Before starting the et _ gi = leon a unit tl _ at has _ hut _ while the engine is runntng . been used . drain a Imall nmotJnt of gasoline from the car - o Auger Clutch - Used to dise . geOOpnwer I . u auger . huletoI fuel bowl by f . ushin9 up o , : Shedump valve ( figure 131 . This will _ emnv ( ' . any cur : dens . _ tion which may have Pull tip 1oengage . Push down to disengage . accumulated si : _ cethe snow II _ luwer was last used . Operating Controls - - Engine 3 . Maya throLtle layer tn RUN position . Engine operating eonlrols ( figure 12 } and glair functions ere 4 . Move chuke lever to FULL CHOKE position . asfollows : 5 . Pu , dl urimer bulb five times . NOTEs Do not prime a o Primer Butch - . . Used Io InJent luel dlreedy into warm engine . carburetor manifold to insure fast starts . 6 . Pull starter handle rapidly . NOTE : 0o riot ollow the O _ oke Lever - - Set choke lever to FULL CItOKE posi - starter rope to snap beck but rewind slowly while keeping tion to start engine . hold 01 handle . • Throttle Level ' - - Used to con [ rot speed of engine . , 7 . If cngine fails to star1 after three pulls , repeat : tap 5 . Also used as kill switch whon pushed to PULL FOR _ WARD or STOP poshiol _ s , 8 . After engine stem . gradually return choke laver to
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JAN - _ 0 - 2001 12 : 50 706 651 7714 P , 09 / 21 m OFF CHOKE poshion . NOTE : Allow the engi . e tu walm up for e few minutes es tire engine will not develop full power until iTreaches operating lempvreture , l i ° l 111 1 ° 1t g . To stop engine , move throttle lever to STOP posll ; o . , To engage self - propelling all'ire nlndlenis _ t and for thv most . ef / eGtlve Use of your snow _ llrower . refer to paragraph Snuw Thrower Operalion . _ _ _ _ _ Figu , ' a 14 P . AReUR _ FUEL 8OWL FUEL DUMP _ : . _ . . VALVE " - : _ . _ F [ gurn 1 : 3 Snow Tltrower Operation ' Figure 15 The ra ! ! effective use ot the snow thrower w { ll be ostebtlsh . speed posilion you ere using . ed by experience , taking into € or _ slderatlon d _ e terfairt , wiJld E . To stop forward mmion , move shift , lever t _ NEU - conditlor _ s , locaL | on of buildiltgs altd the depth anil weight TRAL posltion . Engine and augur will cuntinue to run . To of the snow , It is the wind conditions and bu ; Idlng Ioeallon sIon ouger , move aL _ ger control Io DIS _ NGAG I = = oslti _ n . which will determine thn direction of Ihe discharge chute " J * nMOp engJnL ' , move li ) rottle conBol IO STOP posir _ un . ( ( lgur0 111 . Since the wind wil ! rend lo blow rite dischargud CAUTION : Oo not attempt 1o remove any item tiler may snow beck into the cleared area ° it will be i _ 0cessary to become lodged in auger without laklng the following pre " change the chute direction to offset this con _ Jition axshown cautlom : in figures 14 and 1S . De not dlscher . q0 snow toward e building , is hidden ubJects uould b _ thtuwl _ whh sutflcjont 1 . Move auger © onttoi lever I0 DISENGAGF position , force to cause damage . To engage th © self - propelling dr ; re 2 , Move shits lever lo NEUTRAL pillion , mechanism , pro _ ed es follows : 3 . Move tllmttll lever VOSTOP position . 1 , StIR _ he engine as described in paregral ) h To Start Engine , 4 . Remove spark plug . 2 , UsirKj _ he chute control rod ( figure 111 , positlon tile S , Do not place your hinds in tire auger . Use e pry bar , discharge chute to dlscherge the snow with the wirid , u ! CAUTION : Tl _ e engine compression could cause the IKloer away from bu _ idlngs . to rotate sharply when lodged item Is removed , if above pre - 3 . Move auger control lever to ENGAG r : poe ; flue , The cautions are not followed . auger will start turning ( _ iguro 11 ) . IMPORTANT : At ( or 0 _ ch use of the snow thrower , slog _ hc CAUTION : Keep hinds , feet end clothing away from the engine , remove the spark plug , remove ill ecoumulated snow auger while engine Is ronnhtg . from the unit and wipe clean . EIore the snow thrower in ; _ p = otocted area . 4 . qnlect proper speed for s . ow conditions as outlined below : SERVICE A , Number I p _ itiun is tel e _ lra deep , wet heavy sinews . CAUTION : Always remove the spark plug I _ fore making B , Number ; _ position is lar similar conditlons , bLl [ nor any repell _ or adjmtmenss . as llCVel _ . Drive Belt Adjustment C . Number 3 position is for light fluffy snow . This unit is equipped with two drive bolts located Just in D , Number 4 position Is mainly for transportlng u . it front O { engine under belt cover { figure 111 . Figures 16 and over bare or plowed areas , but may be used for very 17 show both bole ; end Idler pulleys , Tensiun spring and light snow . idler pulley should keep dr _ ve mechanism belt { neeresl Io E . Run engine at or near top speed , regardless el which nngine ) firmly in corlrect with engine pulley at ell times . - 8 . , .
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3RN - 30 - 2001 12 : 5i 786 651 771a P . 10 / 2i If adiu _ tmoot Ioocomcs necessarV due ( o We _ r or shetch of bell , luos . i _ l Iocknul idler pulley ( figure 771 anti i ; ush idlm pulley toward I ) € lt unlil SLllfJuiellt tel _ Jiion is _ i } ieved . Tigllt . e ! _ pulley securely , Auger drive buff ( lerll _ esl from e _ igi . ' ie ) is engng . id wlth engi , _ e pl . illey o [ dy when au0m venires luvel Is ill ENGAGE po _ illnn , Piece auuor cOmlol levee il , EN . GAGE po . _ fflon gild adju : ; I beff tcluion In _ ame mam _ = _ at desnlibed lot tiriue meeha _ lism bolt . Dun to stiffness nf e _ lew bell , II ] e _ , , igel may r ; u _ tinLm t . i rotate attar auger cnntrol is moved to DISENGAGE posiliml . When belt has seated itself , aLIgel should slop hlrtlhlll 10 to 20 seconds an , or _ in 9 diset _ g _ d . If aug0l conllnues t . i rotate fur mure than 20 seconds of let beillg disang ; eJed , ad . just auger belt , is follows : 1 , Stop englne and wait for nil Ino _ i . g pans to slop . 2 _ Remove _ l ) aJk plug , 3 . I _ emove belt € overt _ see Drive Belt Adiuslment _ ectiml of Owner's ManualS . d . Adjust b _ lt guides I0 minimum € learances 1 ' € o111 . iug0J ' drive belx with aug _ r conical lever i , l ENGAfiE pnsizion . ( Clearances are : Left Guide , minimum , 1 / 16 ioch ; maximum , 118 inch ; Right Guide - mlnlmtml , I / 8 i . ich ; nlaxlmum , ' 4 Inch . ) S . Replace zpark plug and start engine , usinl ! eztreoze caution to avoid exposed bells , 6 . Move auger € entre / lever to ENGAGE p _ itioo . 7 . Move throttle control lever to FAST po _ ilion . 8 . Allow engine to attain full speed , then move auuer conlro ) lever to DISENGAG _ pus ) lion . O . Check auger stoppinl _ Time . lir clopping time slill DRIVE CHAIN exceeds 20 secondS , chock ddve belt leJtslon , _ deseHLmdin Dries Ball Adjustment section of Owner's Manua ! , \ 10 . Replace belt cover . CAUTION ; Never attempt to menually slop auger from turning . SLOT IN | IDE FRAME I _ [ Tetll line mASTER ( OPENtNP MU _ TIlhULI liNK i Figure I0 Drive Chain Adjuslmenl Ti _ e drive chain { figure ZUJmust be checked p0lio , ' iieally IO ins _ re correct chain tellsioI1 , Prol ) al ' tef ) lloo ez _ Stswheo the chain is tight enough to prevent any noticeable sag . To ad . _ us ¢ p , roceed _ il follows : Figure 16 1 . _ lartd Ul ' _ il U _ 011 01zoer ell ( I , - 9 -
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_ AN - _ 0 - 2001 12 : 51 9 _ 6 651 9714 P . 11 / 21 2 . Remove bottom end rmor coeoi ; If = guru 61 , NOTE : Drive Disc Replacement Rear cover cannot bo mmowd onrlroly because shift COnlrOl ' the repl _ ement of the d ; ' lw disc on this unit is a major rod Is threaded through it . se = viccoperation end should be do = ) et _ ' . trained technician , 3 . Lo _ en Idler sprocket ( figure 18 ) alsdmove if _ slut In The entire drive r _ setrod carriage a _ embly must be removed . side frame until desired tension is achieved , Tighten spJock . The Repair Peru section Of rbls Inanual cuntaills e tist of et Jeeumly . replecomont I _ = rls elld illustration = to osslst the Ira = fred technician in making rspoitr = alZ ( J uldetirl u proper rerAeco - Shift Red Length = TINt1 ! p ; Ir ts , For adjustment of shift rod lengdl , see paragraph Shift fled Snow Chai . Removal Adjustment In assembly s0etiD1 _ uf thrs rnanuah To remove the mOW chains , release Useeltaln hook ( figure 2 , Shear Bolt Replacement pegs 41 and die opposite fastener . Flesron the chain o _ t o _ t The auger M = ombly _ s made up of e right end left ruder : the grou . d and push unit off the chain , h _ stallatiun ; s ti _ e Each ir e _ : ured with a special boll ( figure 10J that acts as a reverseof relrlOVal , shear bolt . Those bolts am designed tn break if on o _ ect becomes lodged in the auger . Three sval'e shear boils silo ( zut = have becl _ furnished with your unit . If . additional bolts are required , we suggest that you order genulno replacement bolts . Use of a harder bolt will destroy the protection p ) ' o - vided by tl _ is spec ; = l bolt , To mpleea e broken shear bell ; ; prosed asfollows : 1 , Remove d'mparas . Ofthe brckelt bolt . 2 . Align tile hole ill the aurar with the hole if1 the _ zJger shaft , Install nawahesr bolt . / : loller Chain Replacement To remove a roller chain assembly ; t e simple pruuedgre rvquiring that the © hoin first be made slack { fur adjustable chains ) for ease of removal altd replacement , 3hen remove the matter link and ehai _ . To slacken t11ochain assemblyis the reverse at the pfocedur _ described under pJ , regraphs Drive PJ , laln Adjustment . NOTE : Remairli , 0chal _ tsthat . _ re not adjustable will have tO be replaced whllnUr being slackened . IMPORTANT : During insteltetlon of the regis = meet chain e . embly , be certain to install the chain with the open end el the minter link keeper = raiiing es shown in inset , fi _ uJ'e18 , Drive Belt Replacement The drive belt _ on th _ s unit are of special construction and _ Figure ) 9 should be replaced with original equipment belts available from your nearest _ EARS StoI _ or Service C _ . ter . THROTTLE L _ VER To replacedrive mechanism belt : 1 , Remove belt cover { figure 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . ; . . : . . . . e . DK , EV , 2 . Releaseidler pulley l _ nsion spring ( figure 161 . • . . . . . \ 3 . Leben screw , ; holding b _ lt guldes end swing belt guides away from belt . 4 . Roll belt off en0ine pulley , NOTE : tt will be ne _ s - mary to roll e _ ger drive belt off engine pulley to allow drive m _ olmnlsm belt to be _ moved from en _ ne pulley , 6 , Remove belt by threading up between largo drive CARBURETOR Pulleys . 6 . Install 1taw belt in revere order . To replace auger drive belt : 1 , Remove belt cover Ifigure 2 ) . 2 , Release tens ; On on belt by placing eUger cootrol lever In DISENGAGE p = itlo . . 3 , _ ' tand unit up on aU _ lerand end remove bottom Cover ( figure lgJ . 4 , I . OOSO _ screws hold ; , g bait guides and swing oqides away from belt . K . Roll bolt oft = drive pulley and engine pulley and re . Figure 20 move up between drive pulleys , Carburetor Adjustment 6 . Install now belt in reverse u _ dar , Never make _ meoessory adjustment = . Tl _ e factory scrting _ - 10 -
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3RN - 38 - 2001 12 : 51 906 BSI 9714 P112 / 21 ere correcl for most applications . The Ili . qh speed neededis For lubricatlon points , freqtlenev of lubricalio + l and type of not adjustable . II idte ad _ ustmnnt become ; nel ; essaW , pro . lubricant , see ligurcs 21 and 22 . ceed as follows : 1 . Chock crankcase 011 level before starling engine en ( l0 1 , Start engl . e end allow to wasm up for a few minules , after each 5 hours of _ onti . uous use . Add SEARS 5W . 2 2 . Move Ulrottle laver tn SLOW position , motor oil or equivalco [ as required . ( ; hanga © rankcaLeell every 25 hours of operetiral ) or aT Ueglnning of each seasoel . 3 . Turn idle adjusting screw ( ligure 20 ) forwald or back - NOTE : SEARS IO . W ut 5W - 30 motor oil are aeee . ptabl0 ward 118 turn at a time ut ) t _ l cn _ ine ruels smouthly , NOTE : substitutes . AJways allow several seconds between each adjtlstment Ior To drain oil , prOCeed as fullowJ : the carburetu _ to react to tile new earth ) g , Never attempt to change mexlmum engirze speed as tl _ is is A . Remuv _ o _ l fill cop and dip = tlck ( figure 16 , PelF : g ) . Preset at the foctury , Excessive speeds , housed by bv . p , ' = Ssinfl B , Remove oil drain plug ( _ igure 17 . page 91 . tile guy € roe ! , can cause e _ tonL _ vc e . ltUille ( Jilnlage , C . Tip unl ! toward oil droin I = lUg and drafn into , suitable € onlai.er . NOTE : Oil will drain more Spark Plug Adjustment freelv when warm . ( _ leck tire sDark plug periodically end meet spark phlg gel ) D . Replace oil drai , plug securely a . d fill crankcase to to 0.030 inch us { rig e wire feeler gauge , proper level shown on dipstick ( apptoximalery 1 _ The condition of Ihe spark plug may I _ e detormhted by ph _ ls ) . Color . A carbonized plug is black and I ) ttlltt plugs , are greyish in culor , whereas a normal funeUonin 9 spark phlg . _ s browlt , If a ne . w spark f _ l _ JUis required , refer to the Repair Parts List for proper _ t + plecm _ ells sp < _ rkplug , Before ] nstalii . g spa , k phPj . Can ! thre . lcls lightly with graphite grease to ; , _ sureeasy removal . ALL Fi , APIG | BEARINGS 01L LEVEL PLUG AUGER GEAR CAEE GAGE WHEEL CHAIN ADD SITARS S . A , I _ , lOW Oil FY [ RY 2 HOURS , ANO AFT | II EACH USE . ADD SEARS S . A , _ , 3OW Oil AS REQUIIEO . CliECK kEFOa [ : EACH U $ C . CHU / _ ( _ REMOVE AND f _ OAf Wlltf CLINGING TYPE GREASE SUCH AS LUBRIpLAII : ONCE $ ^ CH SJ _ ASON , Figure _ P . 2 . Cheek auger gear ease oil leuel before each use by temovlng oil level plug ( figure 22 ) . Oil should be vislble in Lubrication hole . If ell la required , remove oll fill plug ( figure 22 ) and add SEARS SAE 30 ongl . e oil until ell begins to run out ell IMPORTANT : If oil or grcese gets on either the rubber drlve level hole . Heplece both plugs end tighten $ eeurelyr dise or metal speed disc , is will hey0 ! , o b _ removed or _ lippage will result . Use g _ so ] ; ne or other oil . cuttlng solvent 3 . Remove discharge chute assembly and grease rim Of to remove . Wipe off exces _ oil or grease , chule opening wltlz a clJ _ gin _ type grease such as Lubrlplate . - 11 -
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JAN - 30 - 2801 12 : 52 786 651 7714 P . 13 / 21 Storage Instructions IMPORTANT : A year1v checkup or tuneup by the SEARS Service Oepartmmd is e good way of insuring that your snow The snow thrower sllould be immediately prepared for thrower will provide maximum performenoe for the next stores0 et the end of the season or if the unit is to be s _ ason . Inoperotlvc for mo _ than 30 days , ' 8 , Store the snow thrower ; n e protected area end cover 1 , Drain the gas tank , the unit tar * Kldirio _ el Woteetlon . 2 , Run the engine until carburetor is dry . Engine Service 3 . Drain d _ e carburetor fuel bowl usln9 tho dump valve shown in figure 13 , page 8 . Unlesstim operator is fuily qualified to make engine adjusr - rnontr and repairs , It is recommended that such work be IMPORTANT : If not drained completely , gamllne will leave done by technieians trained to wnrk on snow thrower - type gum deposits which will foul up the fuel system makh _ gthe easel ; noengines , engine hlrd zostart . The Repair Paras s _ tioo pf this manuel contains e list of 4 , Clean the unit thuroughly ; remove all debris and wipe engine replacement parts end illustrations to assist the the unit dry . Uulned technician in making tepa ] rs and ordering proper 5 , inspect , the snow thrower for worn or damaged parts , replacement paris . Tighten ell lOOSehardware . 6 , Oil all I _ In _ described in plragrapll Lubriultion , Service Helps The following chert , Service Halos is provided as a guide 7 . Remove spade plug end pour a tablespoorr of o _ 1 _ nto for correlhlg minor problcms when thc trouble Is known . the opening . Cycle the engine bY pulling on the starter rope si0WIy severll flees to distribute the oil evenly on the piston andoyllnder wall . Replaceeplrk plug , SERV ! , CE , HELPS CAUTION : ALWAYS REMOVE SPARK PLUO BEFORE AT'TEMPTING ANY REMEDY i L J ml illl TROUBLE LOOK FOR REMEDY Defective sperk . plu _ . Replace , defective plug . Unlt running on Choke , Difficult a _ lrtlng : Set choke lever to RUN position . Engine runs erratic . " " Obstruction in auger Remove obstruction ; clean auger housing . houslng , jJ BIm : ked lull line or ' Engine stills ; Clean fuel llne ; thee fuel supply . Lossof power , empty Oilstank . Reviegwo , seraTposht , F . gln . , i , iii i i i Remove condensate from carburetor fuel bowl using clump rely0 Water ; n fueJ systole , ( step 2 in . paragraphTo Stere , , Engine ) . Stop engine immJIdilitely ; tighten ell bolts end make ell neceslery excessive vll _ rarlon , Loose parts , repairs , If vibration continues , have the unit serviced by e com . potent repai ! ' men . Drive chain loose or Unit fells to defective , Adjust dr ! , v , , chain : repla _ , ifdefective . _ propel ilseif . Drive I _ h looseor ; Adjust drive belt : replace if defective . defective . , . i m Low transmission fluid level . Fill re proper level . Auger drive belt loose or defective . Adjust auger drive ben ; replace ; f dlOfect ; Ve . ' Shear bolt broken , flep . ia _ : e _ ' _ ' hebaor lt ; seepiregreph Shier Bolt RepJecan _ ent . . 1 i . Unit fails to Disch . _ rgachute dogged _ , , , Clean dlschsrgechute and inside of auger housing , di _ herge snow . Foreiwn object lodged Remove object from auger . See CiLitJ , - n following seeD7 in pars - in auger , graph Snow Tllfower adoration I ii ill | i , , i C _ eek auger gear ease for broken or bound parts and for oil Leveh Auger goat CBSOtrouble . See Repilr Parts section of this manual | oFcorrect order of parts . • i . , , i , - I - 12 - -
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CRAFTSMAN 24 " SNOW THROWER " MODE L NUMBER 536.90515 I 414 | Q U _ U _ U ] J _
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CRAFTSMAN 24 " SNOW THROWER MODEL NUMBER 536.90515 3DZ I Key KeY L , J I Oem : HpUan Pert No . PareNo . No . Part No . Oe = € _ on NO . D _ crlf _ ien ; 7 IO r 0196 3O 1 8240 17 41924 Shoulder 6o | 1 Grip . Handle G _ p , Hand " Lodknut , 5 / 18 x IB " rhd 31 23940 U - Bo _ t 2 40362 Hartdle , UpPer 18 9 _ 13447 32 27325 Control Rod , Chu _ 3 36602 19 180816 " Screw , Hex Hd , 1 _ - 20 Tlkd x Bolt , Carriage . Y . - 2B Thd x 41662 33 Bracket . Comr _ Rod , Lower 5 In , L9 5 / 0 In . Lg h2 34 455481 65724 20 43479 " flOII Pin . 5 / 16X 1 In . 4 Oe _ sJ . Sldfl Control Shift Rod UlCer Lq PO 27328 21 41874 35 Sprm : ket , 9 Tee , _ 5 22822 Knob . Handle P _ vot Bracket . Rear 36 997319 ' Led ( nut , 10 - 32 Thd , Hex 6 C _ caf 22 t 22052 " Screw , Nex Hd . 5 / 16 - _ 6 Tt _ d x 66739 7 41664 Type N Panel . Conxrol 1Y . In , Lg 37 41666 23 121926 " Capscrew , He . . ( Hd , _ - 20 Thd x Sp _ 8 Shih LeveeAx4eJ _ bly 38 9417373 Washer 9 122040 I " Screw . Hex Hd . 5 / 16 - 18 ll'hd x 1 • In . L9 39 27326 24 22025 Handle Strap . Remote 1 Y , , tn . L9 Washu , Formed 4O 43428 Saddle IO 43484 25 41657 Swing . Torsion Han _ e , Lower , LH 26 41658 41 9 _ ! 5 Wmhez , 5 / 16 Ip . 11 41875 Cam PZale . Front Handle . Lower , RH 42 138538 27 122017 " Screw , Hex Hd , 5 / 16 - 18 Thd x Lod ( washel , InfernO4Toolh 12 997314 " LacJknut , ' h • 2 _ 0 " ITnd 4,3 Shoulder Bolt 998013 Bolt , Ca _ ri _ Je , 5 / 16 - 18 x 13 4205O l lno L _ 14 42051 28 120638 " LoqckwaSher , Split , 5116 In . In . Lg Bearing , Shift _ - _ nt _ ot 29 120228 " Screw . Hex Hal . 5 / 16 " I 8 Thd x 61028 O _ mu's Manual ( Not I { lustr _ Zed ) 15 28149 Wave W ; Kher 16 996407 " Flatwashee , 5116 I0 5 / 8 ! n . L9 I - _ " Standard Paris May Be PurchasedLocally O'l I o _ Ln k _ p _
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CRAFTSMAN 24 " SNOW THROWER MODEL NUMBER 536,90515 Z LI _ J ) K _ Key Key ( Sr No . Pa _ No . Demiptian No , Parl No . Des _ ptio _ No . 4 : ' _ rl N _ ! 3057 Knob 23 12 120 _ " Loclo _ v ' _ sher , Split , 5 / 16 1.0 . 12O9T8 S _ - w , Hex lid , 3 / 8 - 16 x 1 ) ; In . 2 12o228 " Scow , Hex Hd . 5 / 16 - 18 x 5 / 0 In . 13 120741 24 41726 " ScTew , Hex H _ , 5116.24 x % In . Icier Arm , Sc , c _ tdlu'y " I . ad ( r _ t . 5 / 16 - 18 " rhd 14 9G8503 " Set Scow , 511E - 10 x Y4in , 25 23589 Shoulder 0off " Roll Pin , 1 / 8 x I ( n . 15 41740 V - Beh 26 41909 Mounting Brackel , Auxiliory ro o , U . ecket . Sb _ port 16 44917 Sheave , Engine 27 35144 Screw , S _ otled Flex Hd , Taplite L _ 0 41689 1 ] lroymul Handte Assembly 17 20794 Key . _ re , 3 / 36 X ] _ in , 10 - 24 x 3 / ' 8 in , L , J 7 40877 SFrJng . Idler 18 417Z6 26 41940 Spacer , 11 / 32 I . D , x _ h0n . _ il Covet ' 8 4T685 M _ un ! Plate , Idler I O . D . x 5 / 32 Tick 29 t38538 L _ kwashey , Inlemal Taoth 9 40885 19 41687 Sceew , Talkie , Hex W _ her Hd , Idler A , , m , PrJma _ f 5116 i . D . K - 2Qx 3 , / 8 in , 29 41727 Shoulder 6oh 3O 4350,1 Bell Guide . L . H . 10 4193S Cover . Bell 21 3O466 Pulley Idter 31 3140 Wi _ k _ , Wave I1 435O4 Belt Guide , R . H . 22 9413534 • LoHmut , 3 / _ t6 " l _ d 32 40e99 V - B _ Jt I I - . ] O _ ( . q
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CRAFTSMAN 24 " SNOW THROWER MODEL NUMBER 536,90515
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z CRAFTSMAN 24 " SNOW THROWER MODEL NUMBER 536.90515 I I Key Part No . Om = ipfion No , P _ rt No . No . _ NO . Om © dpdon Oem'i _ 1 4O619 aearln9 , Rotor 2 _ 25097 Link Connector No . 40 55 465 _ 9 _ " Ball , Ca _ H _ ge , 5 / 16 - 18 " rlkdx 2 ; 9413534 " L _ knut , 3 / I6 - 16 - I'nd I _ , 29 27189 Sprocke % 36 Tm . d _ 5 / 8 In . Lg B . ) 3 $ p _ ' er , Pulley HIub 30 454565 : 56 43481 " go _ l Re , _ ; x 1 ' / , In . L9 6eli C _ mk Assembly ol 4 9413447 " Locknut , 5 / 16 - 16 11hal 31 41995 57 41865 Shall . Interrne _ a _ e Cramp , 9e _ l @ rink Ld ; 5 998503 ' S _ Screw . 5 / 16.18 Thd x 32 41696 68 44999 Sprocke % 9 Teeth S _ rockm , 8 Teeth Y , In . L 9 33 41743 59 120834 ' Screw , Hex Hd , 5116 - t8 Thd : x Chain A . _ eml _ y 417O4 Hu b . ( _ | ve 34 41754 Side Frame _ emt _ y , RH 120229 " 5crew , Hu Hd , 5 / 16.18 Thd x 35 33154 60 Q - , ai _ , Snow l _ n _ 4O632 Bea _ ing . St4f - Aligning 7 / 8 In . Lg 61 25177 end Tire A . _ sembly Flatv _ er . 3 / 4 IO e 285 _ _ eave B . 4 ln . Die . OD 24167 V _ lve Stem 62 35703 Ring , TrJaec _ 8 41849 9 Wa _ ner 25177 63 35383 - " 169 Screw , Special Beadr ' _ I0 43498 39 4 ! 707 64 180018 _ pporl _ kBeateno AJsembly OISCoBe , z _ ng Retainer " Screw , Y , - 20 Thd x 5 / 8 In . L9 II 25O8O 8earing 49 41708 65 41922 Collar , Lock ; _ g Besrir . g Yoke and B _ tl Azsemb _ ¥ 12 435O1 Bearing , 41705 66 36664 Shaft , Ax / e Beating Yoke 43499 Support Auembly 4170,6 67 995338 Sprock _ 30 Teem " Screw . Tapdle , Hex Hd . 43502 Sp _ edShaft 36311 Pin . OHve - Lok , _ x 1 ½ in . Lg _ - 20 Tlhdx 5 / 8 ! o . Lg 15 Z73 _ Key , Hi ProNo . 606 ' - 120229 68 " Scr _ v _ . Flex Hd , 5116 - 18Thd x Castle . Retainer 16 32398 Wmher 69 35585 5 / 8 in . 1.9 Ois ¢ A . _ e , mbly , Rubber I 17 32397 70 29162 Thn ; at 9earn 9 45 . 411593 _ f _ K _ e , Ffal _ e 5p _ er 18 41702 SPeed Disc 71 49 271190 4f716 " Hut , KelP , 3 / 8 - 16 Thd Drive Shafl , Hex I 19 30467 8eit Guide . I , ow _ e 72 41729 47 43495 Sprocket , Id ! . er Cower , Rear 2O 274517 * Flasher , 3 / 8 ID 48 43166 73 Bushing Screw . Tip , re , Slotted , Hex Hd . ZI 36625 Ring , TTuafc 49 122188 * Screw , Hex Hd , 3 _ 5 - I9 Thd x 10 - 24 Thdx 3 / 6 In . IJj 22 999314 ' Locknut . Y . - 20 " rhd 74 41 / 30 Cover , I _ om 2 I . . Lg 23 25072 Oi : r , c , Bearing Re _ i _ ne _ , 75 19196 50 4189Q Shoulder Bolt , Carriage Engine , Model No , 143.92692 35345 9earing , SelI - , Alif _ ing 51 41991 Wave Wesher 76 180120 * Screw , Hex Hd , 3t6.16 Thd x 25 41753 5 _ de Fram _ / _ em _ y . LH 62 406 ? 7 F1a'nveslter _ ; In . Lg 26 36602 Lockwasher : External Toolh , 77 41871 Boll , C . a _ ge . _ . - 20 Thd x 53 136489 PI _ 0 En _ ne Mo _ nl 5 / 8 In . Lg 5 / 16 fO 78 42619 " Screw , Tepdte , 3 / 8 - 16 x 435Q5 Chain Anembly 54 41711 S _ pporl A _ , embiy , Ca _ riege H ln . Lg - a " Standard parts may be purchased locally . O _ O _ - 3 i _ - LO \ r'O
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CRAFTSMAN 24 " SNOW THROWER MODEL NUMBER , 536,90515 Z I I Q _ v 68 s 69 I ' 0 11 22 i 1 0 - , 3 I c . rl - , 3 \ f , O
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Z I UJ CRAFTSMAN 24 " SNOW THROWER MODEL NUMBER 536 . g0515 I Key Kay ! Key No . Part No . Mo . Pall No . No . Pan No . De * cdp5o . Oa = ultd [ on Description I 122017 " screw , Hex Hd , 5116.18 Tt _ dx 22 997314 • Locknul , Hex ' _ - 20 Thd , Type N 45 120854 ' Camcrew , Hex Hd . % - 20 Thd _ 23 180016 " Scr _ ' _ v , He _ Hd . Y - - _ _ OThd x 1 In . L 8 516 I _ l , Lq 2 9964O7 * Flatwasker . 5 / 16 ID 46 120380 y _ In . Lg * Lockwmher . V , ID 3 24 25840 9413447 " Lockout , 5 / 16 - 1B Thd . Type N Washer , Belleville , 5 / 16 ID 47 28568 Plate , Cover 4 25 16B39 122 _ 19 + Screw . Hex Hal , 3 / 8 - 16 Thd x Oecal . Caullon 46 29569 Gasket 26 8240 Grip . Hand ln . Lg 49 2iBBf RinB , Re _ n _ ng 5 ! 20382 27 35137 Lockw _ hex , Solit , 3 / 8 10 ( _ qute AJsernbly . Top 54 } 8421 Spring W _ her 6 36007 28 122007 " . _ : rew , Hox Hd , 5 / 16 - 18 x 51 27117 Worm Gear Strap , Support 7 27324 " Key , Hi Pro No . 606 _ . . tn Lg 52 8292 5paoer 8 986427 29 30480 " Washer , 13 / 16 ID • ! Y , OD x C ! _ u _ eA _ mbly , Bottom 53 8290 Bearing Ascembly 30 28576 Chute Q'ip 54 28526 16 Gause I Gear C = _ 9 44979 3t 4 1870 SS 28425 Imp . : ll _ " Assembly AUBeTBlade , RH Shaft , Gear Box , Sho ( 1 10 25177 32 41868 • Ftatwasher , _ IO Auger A - _ s _ mbly . RH 56 21684 • Key . Hi JPro 33 120229 11 4 | 813 " Screw . He . , ( Hd . 5 / 16 - 19 Tlhd x 57 21921 Gear Case Alterably " O * " Ring 12 122052 " Screw , Hex Hd , 5 / 16 - 18 " l _ d x 5 / 6 In . 14 58 21686 Nut . Bea _ , in9 Adj ; _ . , stin8 41867 Auger Assembly , LH 59 119117 1 - _ , In . Lg " Pin . Cotter , 3,13 _ x Y = In . Lg = , - r 13 21970 35 27368 60 21922 " Washer , 1 ID x _ , OO x AIJger Blade . LH Oil Seal I . 125Thk 36 41864 Cover , Au _ r 61 21924 8earin 8 A _ emb _ y 14 39119 Shoulder Bolt 31 41852 d Auger Housing End , RH 62 2E426 Go = r , Bronze I 15 274517 38 39142 63 2503 • F / etwmher . 3 / 8 IO Oeari _ j . Auger " Pipe Plug , 319 In . 16 27318 39 9413534 " Locknut . 318 - 16 Thd 64 28570 Wheel , Gage Alsem _ ty 0earing 40 41863 17 271190 ° Nut . Keps . 3J8 - 16 Thd Sr . Ia per 9 { _ ie 65 24274 O31Seal 41 110356 18 99801O " Bolt . Capriole , _ - 20 Thd x 68 3021 " Bolt , CarriaBe . 5 / 16 - 16 " n - . d x " Key . Woodruff No . 9 67 41725 Y - = In . L9 _ In . Lg Shah , Gear Box . Lon 8 19 25091 42 4 _ . 851 68 35497 Skid Auger Hot _ ir _ g End , LH Sctl _ w . Tzplife , 5 / 16 - 18 In . Lg 20 446363 • Fla _ va _ her , 5 / 16 IO 43 41750 Cov _ _ embly , Rot © _ ' 69 43490 Rotor Shah 44 23700 21 " 271184 " Nut , KeFs . 5116 - 18 Thd " Pipe Rug . Y . In . ' Stancta , d parts may 1 _ pu _ cbiF . , ed locally - 3 u ] - a - . 3 J _ - N0 ] 3 ] _ [ - k - =
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061172 Owners manual f/536.90515
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18240 Grip, hand
1043484 Spring, torsion
1141875 Cam plate, front
12997314 Locknut, 1/4-20 thd
1342050 Shoulder bolt
1442051 Bearing, shift control
1528149 Wave washer
16996407 Flatwasher
1741924 Shoulder bolt
189413447 Locknut
19180016 Screw, hex hd
240362 Handle, upper
2043479 Shift rod upper
2141874 Pivot bracket, rear
22122052 Screw, hex hd
23121926 Capscrew, hex hd
2422025 Washer, formed
2541657 Handle, lower, lh
2641658 Handle, lower, rh
27122017 Screw, hex hd
28120638 Lockwasher, split
29120228 Screw, hex hd
336602 Bolt, carriage
308196 Grip, handle
3123940 U-bolt
3227325 Control rod, chute
3341662 Bracket, control rod, lower
34455481 Roll pin
3527328 Sprocket, 9 teeth
36997319 Locknut, hex type n
3723939 Spring
389417373 Washer
3927326 Handle strap, remote
465724 Decal, shift control
4043478 Saddle
41996315 Washer
42138538 Lockwasher, internal tooth
43998013 Bolt, carriage
522822 Knob, handle
666739 Decal
741664 Panel, control
841666 Shift lever asm
9122040 Screw, hex hd
061172 Owners manual f/536.90515
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13057 Knob
1041935 Cover, belt
1143504 Belt, guide, r.h.
12120638 Lockwasher, split
13120741 Screw
14998503 Set screw
1540899 V-belt
1644917 Sheave, engine
1726794 Key, square 3/36 x 1-1/2 in
1841728 Spacer 11/32 i.d. x 1 o.d. x 5/32 thk
1941687 Idler arm, primary
2120228 Screw, hex hd
2041727 Shoulder bolt
2130468 Pulley idler
229413534 Locknut
23120918 Screw, hex hd
2441726 Idler arm, secondary
2523589 Shoulder bolt
2641909 Mounting bracket, auxiliary
2735144 Screw, sltd hex hd, taptite
2841940 Extension, belt cover
29138538 Lockwasher, internal tooth
39413447 Locknut
3043503 Belt guide, l.h.
313140 Washer, wave
3241740 V-belt
4273936 Roll pin
541692 Bracket, support
641689 Throwout handle asm
740877 Spring, idler
841685 Mount plate, idler
940886 Screw, taptite, hex washer hd
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140616 Bearing, rotor
1043498 Support and bearing asm
1125083 Bearing
1243501 Bearing
1343499 Support asm
1443502 Speed shaft
1527324 Key, hi pro no. 606
1632398 Washer
1732397 Thrust bearing
1841702 Speed disc
1930467 Belt guide, lower
29413534 Locknut
20274517 Flatwasher
2136625 Ring, truarc
22997314 Locknut
2325072 Disc, bearing retainer
2435345 Bearing, self-aligning
2541753 Side frame asm, lh
2636602 Bolt, carriage
2743505 Chain asm
2825097 Link connector no. 40
2927189 Sprocket, 36 teeth
341709 Spacer, pulley hub
30454565 Roll pin
3141695 Shaft, intermediate
3241696 Sprocket, 9 teeth
3341743 Chain asm
3441754 Side frame asm, rh
3533154 Chain, snow tire
3641846 Wheel and tire asm
3724167 Valve stem
38169 Screw, special
3941707 Disc, bearing retainer
49413447 Locknut
4041708 Collar, locking
4141705 Shaft, axle
4241706 Sprocket 30 teeth
4336311 Pin, drive-lok 1/4 x 1-1/2
44120228 Screw, hex hd
4541693 Brace, frame
46271190 Nut, keps
4743485 Sprocket, idler
4843166 Bushing
49122188 Screw, hex hd
5998503 Set screw
5041890 Shoulder bolt, carriage
5141891 Wave washer
5240677 Flatwasher
53138485 Lockwasher, external tooth 5/16 i.d.
5441711 Support asm, carriage
55455999 Bolt, carriage
5643481 Bell crank asm
5741885 Clamp, bell crank
5844990 Sprocket, 8 teeth
59120834 Screw, hex hd
641704 Hub, drive
6040632 Bearing, self-aligning
6125177 Flatwasher, 3/4 i.d.
6235703 Ring, truarc
6335383 Bearing
64180018 Screw
6541922 Bearing yoke and ball asm
6635564 Bearing yoke
67995338 Screw, taptite hex hd
6836601 Casting, retainer
6935585 Disc asm, rubber
7120229 Screw
7029162 Spacer
7141716 Drive shaft, hex
7241729 Cover, rear
7335144 Screw, taptite sltd hex hd
7441730 Cover, bottom
7515221 Engine f/comp see mod 143.646202 in d/9 index
76180120 Screw, hex hd
7741871 Plate, engine mount
7842619 Screw, taptite
828588 Sheave 8.4 in dia o.d.
925177 Washer
061172 Owners manual f/536.90515
061028 Owners manual f/536.90514
1122017 Screw, hex hd
1025177 Flatwasher
1141913 Gear case asm
1213322 Shear bolt
1321970 Washer
1439119 Shoulder bolt
15274517 Flatwasher
1627318 Wheel, gage asm
17271190 Nut, keps
18998010 Bolt, carriage
1925091 Skid
2996407 Flatwasher
20446363 Flatwasher
21271184 Nut, keps
22997314 Locknut, hex
23180016 Screw, hex hd
2425840 Washer, belleville
2516839 Decal, caution
268240 Grip, hand
27N/P Chute asm, top
27A44903 F/536.90514
27B35137 F/536.90515
28N/P Screw, hex hd
28A120834 F/536.90514
28B122007 F/536.90515
29N/P Chute asm, bottom
29A44906 F/536.90514
29B30480 F/536.90515
39413447 Locknut
3028576 Chute clip
3141870 Auger blade, rh
3241868 Auger asm, rh
33120228 Screw, hex hd
3441867 Auger asm, lh
3527368 Auger blade lh
3641864 Cover, auger
3741852 Auger housing end, rh
3839142 Bearing, auger
399413534 Locknut
4122119 Screw, hex hd
4041863 Scraper blade
41110356 Bolt, carriage
4241851 Auger housing eng, lh
4341750 Cover asm, rotor
4423700 Pipe plug 1/4 in
45120854 Capscrew, hex hd
46120380 Lockwasher
4728568 Plate, cover
4828569 Gasket
4921681 Ring, retaining
5120382 Lockwasher, split
508421 Spring washer
5127117 Worm gear
528292 Spacer
538290 Bearing asm
5428526 Gear case
5528425 Shaft, gear box, short
5621684 Key, hi-pro
5721921 O-ring
5821686 Nut, bearing asm
59119117 Pin, cotter
636007 Strap, support
6021922 Oil seal
6121924 Bearing asm
6228426 Gear, bronze
632503 Pipe plug, 3/8 in
6428570 Bearing
6524274 Oil seal
663021 Key, woodruff, no. 9
6741725 Shaft, gear box, long
6835497 Screw, taptite
6943490 Rotor shaft
727324 Key, hi pro no. 606
8996427 Washer
944978 Impeller asm