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I am trying to get a B-208 running. It has been setting 12 yrs. with no electrical wiring done and missing voltage regulator. The tractor SN is 11366. The B/S engine is 191701 0122-1 6911261. The Delco Remy S/G is 1101695. Can someone tell me the voltage regulator I need and maybe where to get it? THANKS!

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RayS
Welcome to the club! http://www.partstree.com/parts/?lc=briggs_and_stratton&mn=191701-0110-99&dn=58530005 501A Diagram: 191701-0110-99 Electric Starter,Alternators BRP Briggs and Stratton part number 295924 or delco 1118988 Regulator (Flat Mount, Delco-remy) http://desc.shop.ebay.com/i.html?LH_TitleDesc=1&_nkw=voltage+regulator+delco+1118988+&_cqr=true&_nkwusc=voltage+regulator+dlco+1118988&_sop=10&_rdc=2

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Billfo
I know this is an older thread, but I was wondering - does anyone know if there exists an engine bracket for the LONG frame Delco starter that will bolt-up in place of the short frame bracket that is shown in the exploded parts link Ray listed in the previous post? Remember this is for the 7-8 HP vertical shaft Briggs. The reason I ask is because the long frame starter-Gens seem much more readily available.

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Originally posted by Billfo
I know this is an older thread, but I was wondering - does anyone know if there exists an engine bracket for the LONG frame Delco starter that will bolt-up in place of the short frame bracket that is shown in the exploded parts link Ray listed in the previous post? Remember this is for the 7-8 HP vertical shaft Briggs. The reason I ask is because the long frame starter-Gens seem much more readily available.
This company http://www.waiglobal.com/alternators.html is the one of the largest in the USA doing aftermarket starters alternators and parts galore. If you have a starter generator repair source out your way. They can supply you a new one. They are pricey because of the low volume, around $65.

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