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Sunday night Craigslist purchase

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FlashandFlare

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I picked this up last night, had to drive 72 miles one way to get it.Does anyone else have one like this ?Know any information about these ?Seem kinda scarce....at least I haven't seen many.Model# 1341 ID# 1691100I am looking for non-pdf owners manual,parts manual and service manual. Anyone guess on the age ? I was thinking it was from the mid 80's F&F

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quote:Originally posted by timflury

If it hasn't been repowered, the first two numbers of the code will get you close as far as an age of the mower.


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id="quote">I'm pretty sure it hasn't been re-powered. From my investigation it looks like the same motor that is shown in the manuals.If it has been re-powered it was with the exact same motor as the original.I am surprised there isn't more love and excitement for this little gem.F&F

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quote:Originally posted by mendon-chalmers

The earlier models were made by Hahn & had cast alum. decks


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id="quote"> This one has a aluminum or magnesium deck.

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BLT

Lawnboys were ID'd with "Magnesium" cast right in it and in certain instances they could be a real fire hazard Trying to dose their fire with water would really cause a conundrum. If the engine is original the model & code will be Briggs 110792 3102-01. The date code could have either of these first two numbers, 87 or 88

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quote:Originally posted by BLT

Lawnboys were ID'd with "Magnesium" cast right in ( my 1963 LB has it) it and in certain instances they could be a real fire hazard. Trying to dose their fire with water would really cause a conundrum. If the engine is original, the model & code will be Briggs 110792 3102-01. The date code could have either of these first two numbers, 87 or 88


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