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BRIGGS PARTS SOURCE NEEDED

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Hey fellas, Looking for a set of rings for my Briggs motor. 302431 0144-01 7405281 i'm still looking, but most places say i need to get the piston / rings / wrist pin assembly........... i was hoping someone somewhere had just the rings. i cant really afford the whole assembly and my grass is about a foot tall... ;-) anybody have a parts source i can try? also looking for a bore chart to see what is std.

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The standard rings are p/n 299690 and the piston assy 299688. Can't acess the Briggs site this morning ?? to see if they are still available. Quick ck shows a ring set on ebay for 25. Jacks Small Engine has rings for 20 and a piston for 73. Gary

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Hi, I called Andy Sisler at Sisler Small Engines in Dubuque Ia www.sislersalesandservice.com 563-582-8551 I called Andy and he has them in stock. I looked and we can only buy the rings with the piston assy. Al Eden

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