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dixoninva
I must replace the engine in my AC B212 and do not have the orginal. Local small engine dealers are not helpful (even the Simplicity dealer). Can anyone give me an engine model number that can be used without modification? Bill

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Stoneheartfarm
I've got a Tecumseh OH160 in my 210. It does require some modification to the tractor. Engine must be raised about 3/4 inch and mounting is made to the side of the engine, not the bottom. Steve

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thedaddycat
I don't know how much different the 212 is from the 112, but my B-112 has the Briggs Model 300421, Type 012701 in it. Don Newberry has a 12 hp Briggs that needs a rebuild in the classifieds. Here's the link.... http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/classDetail.asp?id=3200

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