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Greenday

10-23-2012 04:53:31
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You have obviuosly missed out on the whole hp overating law suit that happened a few years ago. Small engine makers were highly overating the HP of some small engines and were taken to court. Thats why now most engines are rated in CC,s with no hp rating.




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ShadetreeRet

10-23-2012 07:59:34
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 Re: What gives? in reply to Greenday, 10-23-2012 04:53:31  
I don't remember anything about the lawsuit, but I felt for some time that small engines were over rated. Years ago I had a 12hp Sears Suburban with a 48 inch mower that would do more than the Craftsman that I have now with 21hp 46 inch deck.



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Notjustair

10-23-2012 20:44:38
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 Re: What gives? in reply to ShadetreeRet, 10-23-2012 07:59:34  
Makes sense shadetree. I remember our old rider growing up had an old 7 horse Briggs with a starter generator. Two blade deck. I never remember it being under powered and we forced it through some tall junk.



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