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Model 19 Briggs (now with pics)

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MikeG
I picked up this engine at a swap meet this weekend. I didn't see any data plate on it but it sure looked like a Model 19. After getting it home I found the data on the engine shroud. Its marked 19DFR 0020-01 651118 and on a seperate sticker SER. NO. A261685. What does the DFR mean? The engine is complete with fuel tank and the oil pan is the same as the Model 19 in my 725 but reversed. I'm hoping the engine is a good one, and the best part is it was only $15.00. Here are some pictures comparing my Model 19's.








As noted there is no pto or reduction gear mounted. The front covers are different, maybe type of bearing? Will try to dig into the motor later today to check things out.

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Chris727
Roy, the rectangular covers were for the older style points used with the magnematic ignition system which is used on the model 19. I believe most of the 19D's had the newer points and magneto. I believe FastPaul was the last to post something about the magnematic system, its very unusual.

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MikeG
Chris, you are right about the flywheel magneto system. The motor is a Model 19D, made in march of 1962.


Now that I have it somewhat torn down, I'm thinking it will need a rebuild.

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Roy
Suspicions confirmed. I have a model 19 in my 725 and had one in my B-1. Will have to look but suspect my 700 also has a 19. Think I would like 19D's with the external coil better than the MagnaMatic in the 19's. Thanks Chris.

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