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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-11-2016, 06:35 PM Thread Starter
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here are the Sears 1st three digit codes for their suppliers..

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This will very handy for those that shop at Sears or buy their used stuff.

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Didn't know "ESKA" was still around. I had one of their small outboards years ago.
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Didn't know "ESKA" was still around. I had one of their small outboards years ago.
Oh wow, my Dad had one also!! He gave it to me, like 25+ years ago, after he had not used it in like 10 years, LOL, and my two boys use to use it in a small boat in our large drainage canal behind our house. That was an old motor, because I remember it came over to our (my Mom and Dads) new house from the old house. And we moved out of the new house 40+ years ago.
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That is not a complete list. I used to call on Singer Motor Products in Pickens, SC, 45 years ago. They made some of the Craftsman power tools. I have said it before- I don't buy Sears as they change a few parts that differ from the OEM product. Then you have to buy from Sears, until they run out of parts. Parts are stocked estimated on usage for a certain number of years. Then you are up the proverbial estuary without any means of propulsion.

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I am not sure but have 320 as chevron.
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