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TORO-Wheel horse 246H

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jack345

07-18-2018 20:36:55




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I picked up a Wheel Horse 246H it has a 16hp twin B&S engine. Its been sitting outside for years was told engine was bad, Found no oil but that could have leaked out over the years it has good compression & no noise when turning over by hand or starter. Found bad seat inter-lock & transmission dis-engage not working so rear wheels were locked all the time. Now for some questions. Did these B&S engine have a low oil switch? Did Toro is use clear coat on paint? The reason I'm asking is that when rubbing paint with 1500 W/D paper it does not show red on paper..looks like clear coat but not sure if Toro used that at factory. Hour meter reads 405 hrs

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jeffcat

07-19-2018 07:52:15




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 Re: TORO-Wheel horse 246H in reply to jack345, 07-18-2018 20:36:55  
All of the twin V Briggs engines I have do not have an oil switch. Second......CHECK the bottom oil seal. Sounds like it slowly leaked out. Not that hard to change if you know what you are doing. That engine should hold 1 1/2 qt. of oil with filter change. You could also have the carb leaking down and you had a crankcase full of gasoline. Fill the oil first!



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