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Craftsman 32″ 10hp 3 Stage Snowblower – 536.882700

Written By: Snow Blowing Man - Dec• 05•13

I recently acquired this Craftsman 32″ 10hp 3 Stage Drift Breaker Snowblower. These were produced in the late 70s and are known as Craftsman Eager 1 Snowblowers. I believe they were made by AMF at the time. This blower is considered a “3 stage” because of the additional spinning bar above the auger. This bar has flat bars mounted to it that break up the top snow in drifts as you move the blower into it. It is pretty much complete, except for a throttle cable and a cover for the pulley assemblies. It has the original 10hp Tecumseh engine that runs very well. It is equipped with an auxiliary electric start that also works. I plan on doing a ‘semi-restoration’ on this machine. Clean rust, paint, new cables and belts, carb rebuild. I plan to use it this winter.
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Originally posted 2012-05-01 15:03:43. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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12 Comments

  1. paulyshore98 says:

    It’s right in the title.

  2. jamesl207 says:

    I have one like this. It has the same shapes as this but is the 27 inch model. I am unsure how old it is but there are no belts. It is all chain drive.

  3. LowellFrancisco says:

    Are you going to sell this snowblower? Thank you!

  4. LowellFrancisco says:

    Hi! Do you know what is the model number of this snowblower? Thank you!

  5. bjmusel says:

    PLEASE CONTACT ME: brad_m7227@hotmail.com in regards to this snowblower. I am in need of a part and hopefully you can help me out. Thanks-Brad

  6. robcarpo says:

    Ask questions here. I’ll try to answer them.

  7. bigsquid78 says:

    hi I had a few questions for you on this unit. Any way I can get in contact with you?

  8. ranchwagoneer says:

    Cool I’d totally restore quality is better than newer models

  9. mechanicojoe says:

    cool man, i was looking at one made by amf too and it was a 3 stage, too bad it was gone when i called, ive also had 2 bobcat snowblowers!

  10. hujipher says:

    lol its olllld

  11. robcarpo says:

    Thanks BandOnTheRun87! You’re right, it is a Tecumseh. I must have had the Bob-Cat on my mind when doing this. Thanks for pointing it out.

  12. BandOnTheRun87 says:

    that is a tecumseh not a briggs engine

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Craftsman 32″ 10hp 3 Stage Snowblower – 536.882700

Written By: Snow Blowing Man - May• 01•12

I recently acquired this Craftsman 32″ 10hp 3 Stage Drift Breaker Snowblower. These were produced in the late 70s and are known as Craftsman Eager 1 Snowblowers. I believe they were made by AMF at the time. This blower is considered a “3 stage” because of the additional spinning bar above the auger. This bar has flat bars mounted to it that break up the top snow in drifts as you move the blower into it. It is pretty much complete, except for a throttle cable and a cover for the pulley assemblies. It has the original 10hp Tecumseh engine that runs very well. It is equipped with an auxiliary electric start that also works. I plan on doing a ‘semi-restoration’ on this machine. Clean rust, paint, new cables and belts, carb rebuild. I plan to use it this winter.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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12 Comments

  1. paulyshore98 says:

    It’s right in the title.

  2. jamesl207 says:

    I have one like this. It has the same shapes as this but is the 27 inch model. I am unsure how old it is but there are no belts. It is all chain drive.

  3. LowellFrancisco says:

    Are you going to sell this snowblower? Thank you!

  4. LowellFrancisco says:

    Hi! Do you know what is the model number of this snowblower? Thank you!

  5. bjmusel says:

    PLEASE CONTACT ME: brad_m7227@hotmail.com in regards to this snowblower. I am in need of a part and hopefully you can help me out. Thanks-Brad

  6. robcarpo says:

    Ask questions here. I’ll try to answer them.

  7. bigsquid78 says:

    hi I had a few questions for you on this unit. Any way I can get in contact with you?

  8. ranchwagoneer says:

    Cool I’d totally restore quality is better than newer models

  9. mechanicojoe says:

    cool man, i was looking at one made by amf too and it was a 3 stage, too bad it was gone when i called, ive also had 2 bobcat snowblowers!

  10. hujipher says:

    lol its olllld

  11. robcarpo says:

    Thanks BandOnTheRun87! You’re right, it is a Tecumseh. I must have had the Bob-Cat on my mind when doing this. Thanks for pointing it out.

  12. BandOnTheRun87 says:

    that is a tecumseh not a briggs engine

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