Do you need information for you Briggs and Stratton engine?

    Torque Specs.
    Valve Clearances
    Oil Capacities


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Do you need informaton for your Tecumseh engine?

    Torque Specs.
    Valve Clearances
    Oil Capacities


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Do you need informaton for your Kohler engine?

    Torque Specs.
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3 responses to “Engine Specifications”

  1. Paul says:

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  3. Leon Stroup says:

    Hi,
    I really need some help with locating the best engine to replace another on a Toro 7-25 riding mower. This rider had a Tecumseh V90 7HP engine and I’ve finally have come across a Briggs and Stratton 9.50 223cc engine but will it work? I remember finding the cc’s to the old Tecumseh engine at 245. I believe the vertical shafts are the same and I want to drill the new engine mounting holes (I think there are only three-which I find strange and am a little leery about-how can only 3 bolts hold an engine?) so the distance for the belts/pulleys remain the same. And than there’s the issue of engine height, direction of the exhaust and will the original wires reach where they need to connect. I’m not a mechanic although I have accomplished much working on my own cars. Just about every mower repair shop has told me to just bury this mower. But one told me, if I can use a cutting torch and weld, I can put a 350HP engine into this thing. (humor) Any ideas will be appreciated. Thanks Leo

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