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Re: 6.5 vs 6.75 hp briggs?

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joe csuti

09-07-2013 03:08:08

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There could be a difference in shaft size/diam depending on what briggs was offering/had a special price on or what mower mfg specified when eng ordered,it's not uncommon for eng in same/close hp range to have different length/diam shafts.

Get the mod/spec numbers of bad eng & used eng,goto link below,look up mod/spec# of each eng,see if crank the same pn for both eng,if crank shaft different length,diam or made differently the pn's will be different,this is at least a start.

Even though your son lives 1-1 1/2 hrs away it might be wiser to go pickup mower/have him drop off at your house & check out eng before buying a replacement,if your son is anything like mine & has little/no mech knowledge & two left hands any type of mech problem can quickly turn into a mountain when it's only a mole hill depending on what he considers eng blowing up,fix may be as simple as valves need an adj if an ohv eng or a leaking/blown head gasket,stuck breather valve,leaking float valve in carb dumping gas into crankcase raiseing oil level in crankcase causeing eng to smoke or some other simple fix.

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George Marsh

09-07-2013 06:13:55

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 Re: 6.5 vs 6.75 hp briggs? in reply to joe csuti, 09-07-2013 03:08:08  
Joe, that's the plan. Either he will come to my house the second weekend in October or I'll see him at the end of October.

His 6.75 is a 22 mm shaft, 3 5/16 long, a 1/4 long key way and 2 other key ways.

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