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got a question,my landlady is about to by a lawn tractor. see wanted to buy one of mine but i wont sell the 63 simplicity and the craftmans aint worth selling. she can get it with either a 20 hp. briggs vtwin, or a 18 hp. kohler. ive always used briggs. what do you all think???????????? thanks john

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PatRarick
Keep in mind that this is only a personal opinion. Kohler is a better engine than Briggs, but it is also more expensive. The difference in price is more than what the difference in quality is worth. Pat

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Thanks PatRarick she is also going to look at the cub cadets. but she doest have a lot of money. so that might not go. ive only had standard briggs. not evan overhead cam ones. a friend said for the exact same price a 18 hp.kohler would be better than the twin cyl.20h.p. briggs. but he has never owned one either. at least i talked her out of wallyworld brand. murray i think she said the had.:( thanks john

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