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Q:

Where can I find the engine breakdown for my Craftsman snowblower?

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I understand how helpful it can be to have a parts list of your snow blower in case that you want to fix or change a part and I hope to be of some help. While you are waiting for an expert answer, I did manage to find a link in in where you can enter your model number and your owners manual will pop up. I also managed to find another link in where you can enter your model number and a parts list diagram will pop up. I hope my links are useful.

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Joseph P. -
November 13, 2010
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Thank you for your question.

I have checked and the model number of the engine is 752Z270-SU. Please click on this link to view see the parts break down for your engine . Please let me know if you need further assistance.

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
November 14, 2010
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Mark, Thanks for your help. I have done my homework now and I have one more question for you. My snow blower, 247.889702 doesn't have a stator and accessory power, but the almost identical unit 247.886910 does. The flywheel (951-10805) is the same in both units. Can I buy and add the stator (951-10719) to my unit so I can have accessory power? The only thing I can think of is the case won�t be drilled and threaded to mount the stator. Do you foresee any other problems I might have? Also can you give me the link to the engine for the snow blower 247.886910 so I can order a stator? Thanks again, Burt

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MouseDevouredCat -
November 14, 2010
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Thank you for the reply, Burt. Here is the link to the part for the other [ snow blower | http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-model/Craftsman-Parts/Snow-removal-equipment-Parts/Model-24788691/0247/1507200?pathTaken=&MML=MMLxexpertxmerch ] I recommend removing the fly wheel on your snow blower first. Then check for holes to mount the stator and that the flywheel has the magnets inside of it. You will need to order the stator and the mounting bolts. This should work fine but I can not guarantee it. Let me know how this works out so I can pass the information along.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
November 15, 2010
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Mark, I took the unit apart, I have holes for the stator but the flywheel doesn't have magnets. (they should be on the inside of the flywheel, right?) So if the replacement part for the flywheel is the same for both snowblowers, does this mean the magnets come with the stator under the stator part number? LOL, I guess another way to look at this is... how would I order a replacement flywheel if I had the snowblower that has a stator? Or does it matter? Here is a picture of where I am at. Thanks againg for your help~! Burt

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MouseDevouredCat -
November 15, 2010
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I would assume the manufacture has kept the part number the same on the parts list but have been installing the less expensive flywheel on the engines without the stator. I have seen this before. It is easier to keep parts straight that way. Then when you order the flywheel, it will come with the needed magnets. I show part number 951-10805 to be the flywheel with the magnets.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
November 15, 2010
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I have the same curiosity. I have a 247. 88691 26" snow blower w/ ez steer and an 270-SU engine. Realized that it was possible to add a stator (951.10719) light, and socket (925-04213, 925-1649) and hand warmers (725-05149 x2, 725-05148, 710-0837 x4) to it. What I didn't expect is that the flywheel wouldn't have the stator magnets attached to it. I've checked the diagrams and ordered the replacement flywheel (951.10805). Hopefully that will give me what I'm looking for. I'll circle back and confirm, once everything is installed.

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Neigel -
October 05, 2012
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Neigel,
Thank you for posting the numbers of the needed parts to add a light and hand warmers. Once you have the project done, let us know how it works and what the total cost was. That way other members have an idea what it cost to add these items.

I hope to hear from you.
Thank you for using Manage my life. Mark

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
October 08, 2012
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The cost of the parts list from my previous post is: $246.92 This brings the total cost of Sear's 26" 208cc Snowblower /EZ Steer, plus head light and heated handles, to 1106.91, when no sale is going on. You can purchase Sear's 30" model with a 357cc motor, light, and heated handles for 999.00. For me, the biggest drawback to the 30" model is that it takes up a lot of space when not in use, compared to other lawn equipment in my shed. Also, there doesn't seem to be a pre-packaged option to get headlight + heated handles + ez Steer + 26" wdith / smaller footprint, available. I think Troy-Bilt has something like this setup now, on tracks, instead of wheels. Finally, since I already purchased my blower, upgrading it, seemed to be way cheaper than selling it and buying another (likely larger...) one. All that said, I really enjoy taking things apart and putting them back together again... :) Project Notes: Special tools: -- 8" Gear/flywheel puller -- easiest way to remove the flywheel from it's axle -- Strap wrench -- to hold the flywheel steady while tightening / untightening -- torque wrench -- to get the flywheel nut tightened to spec -- grabber -- to retrieve bolts from tight spaces Flywheel nut torque: 55-59 lbs/ft. Molex male/female electrical connectors (that can support up to 20amps..) and soldering iron. Wire harness and stator connectors had different form factors to them. Here's some pic for you:

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Neigel -
October 10, 2012
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Following up on my previous post. I finished off this install by using a male/female .093 Molex socket and plug, to attach the new wire harness to the new stator. Fired everything up and ran it for about 15 mins. Hand warmers and light work nicely. On a different note, I'm noticing that snowblower's engine starts to surge when I take it off full choke. I suspect the main jet is probably clogged. I'll be dropping the float bowl, cleaning the jet, and see how things go fro there.

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Neigel -
October 11, 2012
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