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GregB

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GregB
Go a call from my father, the local Simplicity dealer said he can't get a replacement engine. It currently has a Tecumseh 12.5 hp verticle engine. Unfortunatly siezed. The dealer wants to put a briggs into it, but will be extra labor to modify. Has anyone found a drop in replacement? They also came with Kohlers, wondering where I could find out what specific engine models came in this tractor and how dificult it would be to swap. I have never worked on it and have no manuals yet. Thoughts anyone?

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SERIES H.P. MFG. NO. MODEL NO. TYPE NO. 1993 Coronet 12.5 1692130 289707 0113-01† Coronet 12.5 1692129 289707 0113-01† Coronet 8.5 1692168 196707 0133-01† 1994 Coronet 12.5 1692130 289707 0113-01† 3400 (±100) Coronet 12.5 1692129 289707 0113-01† 3400 (±100) Coronet 8.5 1692168 196707 0133-01† 3400 (±100) 1995 Coronet 12.5 1692385 CV12.5S PS1277** 3400 (±50) Coronet 12.5 1692515 OHV125 203031B‡ 3500 (±100) Coronet 12.5 1692382 289707 0113-01† 3400 (±100) Coronet 8.5 1692380 196707 0133-01† 3400 (±100) 1996 Coronet 12.5 1692385 CV12.5S PS1277** 3400 (±50) Coronet 12.5 1692515 OHV125 203031B‡ 3500 (±100) Coronet 12.5 1692382 289707 0113-01† 3400 (±100) Coronet 8.5 1692380 196707 0133-01† 3400 (±100) 1997 Coronet 13 1692385 CV12.5S PS1277** 3400 (±50) Coronet 13 1692750 28N707 0120-01† 3400 (±100) Coronet 11 1692748 28B707 0132-01† 3400 (±100)                                                 ENGINE   ENGINE GOVERNOR RPM SERIES H.P. MFG. NO. MODEL NO. TYPE NO. (HIGH IDLE-NO LOAD) 1998 Coronet 14 1693038 Kohler CV14S PS-14107 3400(±100) Coronet 13 1693034 Briggs & Stratton 28M707 1180-E1 3400(±100) Coronet 10.5 1693030 Briggs & Stratton 28B707 1132-E1 3400(±100) 1999 Coronet 14 1693307 Kohler CV14S PS-14107 3400(+100) Coronet 13 1693305 Briggs & Stratton 28M707 1180-E1 3400(±100) Coronet 10.5 1693303 Briggs & Stratton 28B707 1132-E1 3400(±100) 2000 Coronet 14 1693307 Kohler CV14S PS-14107 3400(±100) Coronet 10.5 1693303 Briggs & Stratton 28B707 1132-E1 3400(±100) 2001 Coronet 14 1693307 Kohler CV14S PS-14107 3400 (±100) Coronet 10.5 1693303 Briggs & Stratton 28B707 1132-E1 3400 (±100) 2002 Coronet 16 1694115 Kohler CV460S PA-26507 3400-1200 +/- 75 Coronet 13 1693305 Briggs & Stratton 28M707 1180-E1 3400-1750 +/- 100 Coronet 10.5 1693303 Briggs & Stratton 28B707 1132-E1 3400-1750 +/- 100 2003 Coronet 16 1694115 Kohler CV 460S PA-26507 3400~1200 +/- 75 Coronet 13 1694288 Briggs & Stratton 21A9079 9228-58 3400~1750 +/- 100 2004 Coronet 13 1694462 Briggs & Stratton 21A907 0131-E1 3400~1750 +/- 100 Coronet 16 1694463 Kohler CV 460S PA-26507 3400~1200 +/- 75 2005 Coronet 13 1694610 Briggs & Stratton 21A907 0131-E1 3400~1750 +/- 100 Coronet 16 1694611 Kohler CV460S PA-26522 3400~1750 +/- 50 ** Kohler Engine † Briggs & Stratton Engine ‡ Tecumseh Engine * Magnetek †† Kawasaki Engine

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GregB
Thanks Maynard, of the three engines he could have gotten, he managed to get the one that went out of business! Found a replacement Briggs for the Briggs engine version, just have to track down details to make sure it will fit in the Tecumseh version frame. Greg

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I have a 12 hp tucumseh long block both pull start and electric start option not alot of hours on it I just dont use them much also have a 13 hp long block (long block=no carb, no starter,tins are in place and included) I can post picts if needed.

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steve-wis
Greg, If you are going to use this machine for mowing you will like it. I have one with the Tecumseh, bought it from a dealer with a thrown rod and overhauled it. It is the handiest mower I have ever used short of a zero turn. Very comfortable too. You won't regret putting in whatever it takes to make it run. I have an 11 h.p. briggs that I considered putting into mine, but wasn't sure if the electrical stuff would work. It has an electric clutch for the deck and thought the briggs wouldn't put out enough juice to keep battery up with that clutch engaged. So I stayed with the injun engine... so far so good. Good luck with yours! Steve

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GregB
Steve, Brought Dads mower home, seems like his has thrown a rod also. He said he found some info on the web that this is common. Seems you need to run exactly full to slightly over full oil for the short slinger to oil properly. When you did yours did you need to replace the cylinder or just the rod, piston? Just trying to get him fixed as cheaply as possible. Thanks

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