My friend has the following piece of equipment of which I'm trying to find a downloadable manual and some general information about its value. The only info I have is: Allic Chalmers Briggs & Stratton Model #046299 BIG TEN Yellow Looks like a baby tractor The maintenance being performed now are the seals for the real wheel axles. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Re: Briggs 046299 or is it AC??? in reply to Julie L. Brown, 04-11-2002 03:22:24
There is a garden tractor forum here somewhere, try there, those guys will probably be able to tell you all about it. I think it was a Simplicity tractor that AC bought and sold as theirs. And the engine was a Briggs and Straton I think. But try the garden tractor forum.
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