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Your right Tuffy, that Briggs has too much torque for the front end weight. Since I put the new belt on my B12, The front end jumps every time I release the clutch pedal. How heavy are those little front wheel weights, they don't look big enough to do any good. Tim

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Ole pal Tim, and you thought I was kidding didn't you? Ha, well those little weigths do help. Because I have a pair and will not tell you where to get them either-unless you say "happyjack"-just kidding I think. I have a pair off of a beleive a - riding mower of all things and these are made of cast iron. They need them with the rear bagger attached and when its full of "_____". You know the green stuff. I would say that each one is about 20# or there abouts. Glad to hear you finally have a belt that puts the peddle to the metal.-->happyjack<-->jackl<--<<<<<)

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