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Bent push rods both cylinders,engine # 445677-0827-B1

Both cylinders have a bent push rod. nothing else seems busted. still need to pull heads to check valves and cylinders, need manual for Intek V-Twin cylinder OHV engine.

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You can find a manual, free of charge at www. briggs & stratton.com. click on manuals and put in your model and type and its free to d/l. You can then print it out if so desired.

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You're gonna need a new head - the valves are sticking or the valve guides are.moving. This is a known issue with this B&S engine and B&S has done nothing about warrantying it for anyone that I know of. In the future I'll never buy another B&S engine due to the same problem with mine.

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Try the internet

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