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Stationary Engines Discussion Forum

Sears engine number conversion to Briggs

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Gene Davis (Ga.)

12-30-2010 07:06:45
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I am trying to cross reference an engine for a friend. He is restoring it and will need some information and probably parts for it The engine is in California at the moment. It is a Sears # 500 300515 124 . The numbers were hard to read. I know 500 was Brigg's supply number to Sears but not quite sure about the other numbers. It looks like a Briggs model "B" engine. Anyone got a cross reference? Thanks Gene Davis

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Kentb of SWMO

01-01-2011 09:08:21
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 Re: Sears engine number conversion to Briggs in reply to Gene Davis (Ga.), 12-30-2010 07:06:45  
Gene Davis (Ga.) I have the armature from a Model B from a guy in Ca. now to repair.It is from a Kohler Gen. I am waiting on the new coil as STEN has shutdown for the holidays. Could this be the same guy you are speaking of?

Kent



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Kentb of SWMO

12-31-2010 08:50:00
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 Re: Sears engine number conversion to Briggs in reply to Gene Davis (Ga.), 12-30-2010 07:06:45  
Yes, I think you engine is a Model B Briggs and if you have posted the serial number right, it was the last engine built in MAY of 1934, which was the first month the Model B was built.

Kent



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Kentb of SWMO

12-30-2010 18:56:21
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 Re: Sears engine number conversion to Briggs in reply to Gene Davis (Ga.), 12-30-2010 07:06:45  
You can figure out what engine you have by the TYPE number if you have a part book. I am away from my parts book at another computer. when I get to my parts book I will check if your engine is a Model B. If the coil is bad, I have a relative cheap way to fix the mag.

Kent



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Gene Davis (Ga.)

01-01-2011 07:12:25
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 Re: Sears engine number conversion to Briggs in reply to Kentb of SWMO, 12-30-2010 18:56:21  
Thanks Kent, I may need to ask for the coil fix. At the moment my friend in California hasn't got very far into it. Gene Davis



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greygoat

12-30-2010 11:15:51
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 Re: Sears engine number conversion to Briggs in reply to Gene Davis (Ga.), 12-30-2010 07:06:45  
NAPA auto parts has an,"Outdoor equipment parts"
catalog that has that Info. My NAPA store gave
me one free..depends on how much business you do with your store if you get a free one.



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Gene Davis (Ga.)

12-30-2010 15:43:54
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 Re: Sears engine number conversion to Briggs in reply to greygoat, 12-30-2010 11:15:51  
Thanks,greygoat. Gene Davis



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