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Repowered my 9020 with a briggs thought the onan was done it had a oil leak on top of the engine and was running terrible when i took off the front pto found the points box loose (oil leaked by the plunger and the points were not opening) re tightend the box and the engine ran fine. I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT TO SELL IT FOR HELP!!!!!!

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I've had the same point box problem, but my engine IS shot. Would you mind posting (new thread, i don't want to hijack this one) your experience with the conversion. I have a lot of questions and I'd like to ask them in a good forum.

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I have had the same problem with my condensor.The threads were striped . Put a nut on the outside.Worked fine most of the summer untill it came loose again.This time I used a nylock nut. Wish I was closer would like a spare engine . Bob

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