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JimDk
Paul, Welcome to the best garden tractor site on the web. Any of the 9 or 10 hp cast iron Briggs engines will fit. Also a 16 hp with the flat case on the pto end. The 12 and 14 hp engines typically have the balance gear set up on the pto end, and will interfere with your grill frame.

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rick66
Another thing I found out is. I replaced my 12 HP in a 2012 with a 15HP. I had to switch oil pan because the oil filler tube on the 15 sticks up from the block and wouldn't allow me to install the grill frame.

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