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Stationary Engines Discussion Forum

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MJ in the UK

05-25-2011 08:39:22

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I have just got a Briggs & Stratton 8 HP air cooled stationry engine with the following details. MODEL 190452 TYPE 0549-01 CODE 74030210 SERIAL NUMBER E134158. I would like to know the age and any other details you experts can tell me about this engine. Thanks in advance. MJ

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Kentb of SWMO

05-26-2011 13:28:12

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 Re: BS Engine in reply to MJ in the UK, 05-25-2011 08:39:22  
Engine was made in March 1974 from the Code Number (7403). I have never seen one with BOTH a code and serial number. Are you sure what you listed as a serial number is not the Code Number of a Short Block that may have been installed? The 19 in the Model number tells you it is 19 CID, a little over 300 CC's. The "0" is the basic engine series. The 4 tells you it is a horizontal crankshaft engine with a Flo-Jet carb. The "5" tells you it is a 6 to 1 gear reduction PTO. The "2" tells you it has a rewind rope starter.


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05-25-2011 19:55:38

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 Re: BS Engine in reply to MJ in the UK, 05-25-2011 08:39:22  
Go to this site and you will find all the data you will ever need on BS engines. Hoope this helps

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MJ in the UK

05-27-2011 05:07:31

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 Re: BS Engine in reply to MtMan, 05-25-2011 19:55:38  
Thanks for the help guys. MJ

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