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mowerman1193

Briggs Twin Flywheel change ???

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mowerman1193
Changed the flywheel on a 1984 Briggs opposed twin due to bad ring gear..Got a used flywheel to match up with the old one.. I need to know how much ft. lbs. the nut should be tightend too..And does the gap between the flywheel and the coil need adjusting after the swap..I didn't loosen anything on the coil..If it does need adjusted what should the gap be set at? Thanks

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stevei46
I just looked in the briggs twin manual that happened to be on the computer desk flywheel gets torqued to 150 ft lbs air gap is 8 to 12 thousands with magnetron, 10 to 14 thousands with breaker points

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