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Garrison 182F Pull Start Motor

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My only suggestion is to Google your engine. My father-in-law (81y/o) remembers this engine. I thought possibly some current makers (Briggs and Stratton, Tecumseh, etc) might have parts that would interchange. He says no. It's a 1 off, singular manufacturer. Sorry. Trying to maintain vintage engines is such a pain.

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