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I picked up a 16hp Briggs to replace my 10hp Briggs on my '65 Landlord. Question: The 16hp has a built-in starter and no points. How do I convert from a 10hp engine to the 16hp no points engine? I'm guessing I don't need the starter generator but not sure how to hook up wiring. Any help would be much appreciated.

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Ronald Hribar

Easiest way is to use starter generator

The wiring would remain pretty much the same

But not the way I would do my own

If you look at a wiring diagram from a 7116

It would work for you

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