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Replacement engine for B-1?

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JBLACK
Now that my 7010 is cutting grass, I`m looking to get my old B1 mobile again any suggestions for an engine? would like to find a bolt in replacement. 7hp, 8hp any body know what will work with out drilling holes, I don`t have the original engine so a rebuild is not an option I have a 10hp briggs but the frame will have to be drilled and I want it to appear stock.?

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thedaddycat
I made a tracing of the cut-outs needed in a 700/725 frame to mount the larger engines. I traced the openings from a frame from a 1964 Landlord. I don't recall who I sent it to, maybe they'll see this post and send it to you....

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HubbardRA
I put a 10Hp on my 61 Wards at one time without the cut-out. Flattened the shroud with a hammer only slightly and put a couple of washers under the engine. Worked great. I am currently running a 14Hp Kohler on it, still do not have a cut-out.

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