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snow thrower mod no.

Posted by jim109ny 109ny (My Page) on
Tue, Dec 8, 09 at 19:24

I have a noma 21" 4 1/2 hp snow thrower the is G2145000 I am looking to buy the paddle set & scraper bar.But every time i put in that no. it comes up .can some one help me out? Thanks Jim109
p.s. I checked out the murray site 7 JD SITE ng . I would like to get a parts list but i havent had any luck finding one.

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RE: snow thrower mod no.

  • Posted by canguy British Columbia (My Page) on
    Tue, Dec 8, 09 at 20:22

It is too old to be on their site. Noma was taken over by Murray which was taken over by Briggs and Stratton. I can check if parts are still available and get back to you tomorrow.

RE: snow thrower mod no.

Hopefully canguy can find the IPL or fisch to verify. 302565MA is a common paddle set and 302418MA scraper. Sears and Amazon seem to have them if your local dealer doesn't. They can be sourced through B&S dealers as well.

Here is a link that might be useful: Sears parts

RE: snow thrower mod no.

  • Posted by canguy British Columbia (My Page) on
    Wed, Dec 9, 09 at 20:05

302565MA is just the curved paddles, they are sold individually. The center paddle is 335992MA which is also available.

RE: snow thrower mod no.

Good save by Canguy. I remember a center service kit, but still thought they came all together- like an MTD kit. Been too long I guess. I remember being asked alot by the MTD folks if we could put the Toro power curve augers in...

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