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I bought the front and right side seals...I can post the part #'s after I get home from work after midnight...Let me know if you want 'em B4 then...sm01 or you can get Simplicity #'s in a manual for a 4112 or similar tractor. When you order new Simp. parts sometimes you need to add a 2 in front of the old # for it to work...sm01
Originally posted by downtownac
The problem I have is matching the AC numbers to a current matching part number. I was hoping someone has done this and would have the current seal numbers. All help is greatly appreciated.

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Below is a link to the Simplicity 3112 which is the Simp. version of your AC B112. It shows the 3 BGB seals as follows: front= 154263 driveshaft left= 118117 pto side right= 154278 clutch side http://bsintek.basco.com/BriggsDocumentDisplay/default.aspx?filename=heCBEN8arFZrE3CNj5kbp796Dq dont forget you may need to add a 2 in front of the #'s if needed...sm01

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Thats why I posted the manual. For he would have a manual to look up the part numbers and have a copy for future reference. The numbers have been changed to the following per Jack`s website in the link below. PN#: 154278 has been superceded to PN# 2168006 PN#: 118117 has been superceded to PN# 2118117 PN#: 154263 has been superceded to PN# 1612093 http://www.jackssmallengines.com/searchdb2.cfm

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