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On your twin cylinder briggs engine, it is necessary to remove the flywheel first before removing the starter assembly. !st, remove the sheet metal covering the top of the engine. Then remove the screen covering the top of the flywheel. The larg nut that is holding on the flywheel is on very tight. You will probably need an impact tool to remove this nut and to reinstall it. Next, pry up on the flywheel on 2 sides to remove it. Be careful, it is very heavy. Now you can remove/replace the starter.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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