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Snow Chief Snow Thrower


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12-11-13, 04:15 PM   #1  
Snow Chief Snow Thrower

Hi, this is my first post and I appreciate any help on this topic.

We have a Snow Chief 32in 10hp snow thrower. We realize this is no longer manufactured and the parts are possibly maintained/owned by Sears or MTD.
The numbers on the sticker are serial# 1000003 Model SC 1032 K and K241 and 602581.

The belts are both worn and the friction wheel needs to be replaced. Is there a single source supplier that has parts in stock for this model? I also would love to have a manual for this.

We're in the Sierras near Bear Valley (6,000 feet) and are hoping to have a great snow season. I'd love to have this beast ready to BLOW!

Any help is much appreciated!

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12-12-13, 09:23 AM   #2  
Let's start with some history. The Snow Chief brand was owned by Atlas which was a brand name of General Power Which was bought by MTD. However all of the General Power snow line was made by NOMA. NOMA owned all of the patents on the line so when MTD bought General Power they had no rights to be able to manufacture this snow line. But could still sell parts. MTD has discontinued most of these parts. NOMA was bought by Murray which was bought by Briggs & Stratton. However many parts are still available from Murray-Briggs & after market. A NOMA model that is close to yours is 3314-0000

General Power->Murray
707596 -> 313851MA traction belt 1/2 X 39
707687 -> 313847MA 1/2 X 40
707968 -> 5898MA -> 76-067 after market friction disc (many companies use this disc)

link to parts breakdown:
http://www.oscar-wilson.com/manuals/ATLAS/SC1032K.PDF

 
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12-16-13, 12:59 PM   #3  
great information...thanks for the help!

 
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