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What kind of motor does my auger have?

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OK guys, need some help here. I picked up an auger in a trade for some golf clubs, and need to find out what it is. There are no distinguishing marks on the motor to tell me the model, HP, etc. The head was re-powder coated, presumably to cover some rust.

Here's what I do know:

* Jiffy (presumably model 30)

* Tecumseh Motor has a serial number of 670-104B 5315 (I tried using Tecumseh's HSOforum to look it up but no luck

* It's definitely old school, everything is metal, no plastic.

It runs OK, but would like to find a manual for the motor in case I need to do some work on the carb, etc. I know nothing about small engines, so it's hard for me to "just wing it."

So, I need help with Motor model and HP.

Thanks a bunch!





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Tecumseh, I have the same model with decals though and I would swear I was looking at mine.

Mine would be the 3 horse. Even after looking at the photos for a 2nd time, its my augers twin brother.

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