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On my B1 I have repowered it with a 10hp Briggs . And on the orginal model 19 they had the spacers under the motor. From the 700 to the B1 CEO Frame to the center of crank shaft I have about a 1/2 inch difference. Do I keep them in there or do I remove them . Or has anyone else done this wIt I know someone has but whats the correct way with or without

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I removed the spacers and I had to cut out the frame and enlarge the front hole where the shaft comes through, I will try to find a thread on it. jh

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Well just checked it over again and if I remove the spacers frame will have to be notched and that won't be happening . So I'll leave it how she sits for now and it is not going to be used much anyhow other then shows when I get ready for them. And hold out on a good model 19 or a old 8th cast one. I don't want to cut up any old iron like to keep it as orginal as I can. Hope just a short runs don't hurt the BGB. But thanks for the reply.

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