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Canadiana snowblower??

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by Forward, Nov 14, 2010.

  1. Forward

    Forward Junior Member
    from Sweden
    Messages: 3


    I hope you can help me figure out where I can find out more about my snowblower. Where I can find manuals and such.

    The information that I could read from the snowblower is this:
    Canadiana Garden Products
    Noma Industries
    97593 or 91593 (hard to se if its a 1 or a 7)
    Its a 11hp briggs & stratton.

    I have search all over Internet but cant find anything about this snowblower. Any information would be helpful.
  2. leon

    leon Senior Member
    Messages: 872

    canadiana snow blower

    One of thee members here or on tractorbynet.com has a snow blower collection and a web page, I remember seeing it a couple of days ago

    Try a bit of rubbing alcohol on the serial number to clean it with a "Scotch Brite" pad and it should clear it up.

    The major thing to remember is that the blower has a lot of generic parts-pulleys/ engine tires and the transmission should have an ID and serial number.
  3. Forward

    Forward Junior Member
    from Sweden
    Messages: 3

    I have uploaded 2 pictures of the snowblower if that helps.
  4. WIPensFan

    WIPensFan PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,594

    Says they were Mfg by Murray and sold under different names.
  5. Forward

    Forward Junior Member
    from Sweden
    Messages: 3

    I cleaned the surface and saw that the model nr that I wrote earlier was wrong.
    It is:

    But still I cant find anything about it on the Internet??
  6. keitha

    keitha Senior Member
    Messages: 133

    Noma/ Murray now owned by Briggs and Startton.

    Try a local Briggs dealer. Briggs European Office is in Switzerland

    Some parts still available.