Replacement engine source

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Old 04-19-09, 12:32 PM
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Replacement engine source

I have an older Simplicity Sno-Away 2 stage blower with blown engine. I would like to replace the engine, but not sure of a good source.
The engine is a 7 hp B&S Model: 190402, Type: 096-02, Code: 7205101
It has a 1" x 2 7/8"shaft
The mounting bolt pattern is approx 3.5 in x 7.5 in

Not having a lot of luck with my search so far, so if anyone knows a good source that is cheap enough to make the repair worth while, it would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 04-19-09, 01:48 PM
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Replacement snow engines were in very short supply this past winter with Tecumseh going down and severe weather across much of North America. How much have you budgeted for a replacement? That machine is over 35 years old and a lot of parts are likely obsolete. Is it really worth spending money on?
 
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Old 04-19-09, 03:47 PM
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B&S no longer makes a 7hp snowblower engine. It is now 7.75hp. This engine runs $250-$300 plus shipping. If you wait until fall, with this economy, you most likely will be able to get a new snowblower for $400- $500. I just picked up a 16.5/42" cut Poulan lawn tractor on a 2-day sale for $799. Reg price is $999. You might be able to get a $600 snowblower for $450. That's only $150 more than the engine. Give it some thought.
 
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Old 04-19-09, 05:50 PM
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Try the repower section of Small Engine Warehouse - Repower Outdoor Power Equipment to see what they have available. Thye are a good source of replacement motors.
 
 

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