Question about Briggs & Stratton 66set Panzer Tractor Decal 6hp 1960s
Why are you using my image of decals and discription without a link to my site? You are using this with out my OK, Briggs & Stratton 66set Panzer Tractor Decal 6hp 1960s? I had a customer ask me if there was a problem with my decals, NO there is not, just poor wording at another site! Jim owner of web site www.engine-decals.com and eBay store http://stores.shop.ebay.com/ENGINE-DECALS
Unfortunately, there is no single manual for this. It depends entirely on what crankshaft the OEM requested be used in the engine. You need to find out the diameter of the crankshaft and any threading to it, direction of the threading, etc. From there, a replacement can usually be found pretty easily. That or contact Briggs customer support (number in your owners manual) with the Model, Type and Code numbers off the engine. From this information they can see how the engine was outfitted for that OEM. Horsepower tells them nothing as those ratings and stickers are often replaced by the OEM and often NOT the information Briggs sends out on the engine.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
On the end of the shaft that comes from the motor there should be a bolt that holds the pulley in place. You will need to remove the bolt in order to get the pulley off. If you can lift the front end onto a couple of blocks it will make the job easier to do. You may have to place a screw drive in between the belt and the pulley. A wood wedge the width of the belt would be better as it would be less likely to damage the pulley. Depending on how old the tractor is, you may have to spray the bolt with a penetrating oil first to help loosen the bolt.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
I think you need more than a screw adjustment in the carburetor. It sounds as if you need a full tuneup. This means air filter, gas filter , carb. rebuild ,spark plug etc. Good luck. donnyb60
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Without the $100 flywheel remover that briggs will happily sell you you can do the following.
First you will need another body to help, two if available
2 pry bars or large screwdrivers
A air hammer if you have it or a large hammer if not
Loosen the flywheel nut until it backed off til the nut is just barely one thread or even with the shaft. Now put your pry bars behind the flywheel on opposite sides. Have someone provide constant pressure (don't be too forceful the block is made of aluminum and can be damaged). Now hit the end of the shaft with a hammer or air hammer (the nut is protecting the shaft threads) with medium power. With a few careful hits the flywheel should pop right off.
If you run into trouble or are unsure of something in this proceedure please ask.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
these are common for doing this ,if you dont want to pull it down and hone the cyl. then i would use a heavier oil say 20w/50and that will probabley solve your problem
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
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