Tecumseh engines are good engines, don't listen to anyone that say's otherwise. The bad press usually comes from individuals, who can't figure out how to fix them, when they break.Bummer, just bought that Snow Blower last year. Everyone I talked to said get one with a Tecumseh engine. There wasn't much choice though, seemed like all the big players were using them.
I'm not overly pleased with the way it runs; not very smooth, but the new carbs can't be adjusted. However, I it is a new Snow Blower so I need to keep it for a while. Do you think parts will be easy to get especially considering that they were such a big player?
Yes, however you would have to make sure you got one that is the correct one for your engine displacement, as jetting and venturi size may be different.30yearTech, thanks for the info!
Since we are on the subject. Just curious (if newer parts become hard to find) will the older adjustable carbs (abundant on ebay) fit a newer (last year) motor?
143.736092 = H70-130252HHello everyone, I am looking for help pinning down a model# for what I believe to be a 7 HP techumse off of a craftsman snowblower.The number stamped in the top is 143736092 and a serial # of 3355D. It is an older motor so I can'tfind any way to reference a model #. Any help would be great.
depends where you shop for them also tecumseh new company is factory backordered on the 632334A carburetors i carry a replacement oregon carb on my site if you all ever hear of anyone needing one send them to my site thanksprices are going up ALOT though
I get it from CPD, one of the warehouse distributorsdepends where you shop for them also tecumseh new company is factory backordered on the 632334A carburetors i carry a replacement oregon carb on my site if you all ever hear of anyone needing one send them to my site thanks
oregon # 50-642 $ 60.75 is whatr they sell for on my site currently
MSrp is 103.38