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RayS

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According to the Briggs parts manual. These are the part numbers.Also, the manual can be down loaded at the link below.https://www.briggsandstratton.com/na/en_us/support/manuals.html

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Mike_H

When I rebuilt my Briggs (16 HP) I used grade 8 hex bolts. Only real difference is that the original head bolts have a shorter threaded section than common hardware. Not a big deal, because the head is clearance drilled anyway.

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quote:Originally posted by msasso

Thanks, Grade 8 is that Home depot stuff?


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id="quote">Don't recall seeing them at Home Depot, but if you have a Tractor Supply type business your way, I think your chances are better.;)

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msasso

Thanks and I wish.

No Tractor supply stores on Long Island. very unfortunate

but thanks for all your help. Now I just need to order a new coil and I'll have this baby back together again

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BLT

If you have a good local hardware store your chances are also good.

quote:Originally posted by msasso

Thanks and I wish. No Tractor supply stores on Long Island. very unfortunatebut thanks for all your help. Now I just need to order a new coil and I'll have this baby back together again


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steve-wis

I can buy grade 8 bolts at Fleet Farm here in the midwest. Also my local true value hardware store has them. If nothing else, you can order them from Fastenal or McMaster Carr.

Steve

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PhanDad

According to my notes in a circa 2000 parts list for the model 301431 type 0131-01 12 HP Briggs in my Homelite T-12, the head screw (bolt) part number listed above by Ray, converts to Briggs #691441, the same bolt as the 16HP model. It's 5/16" x 2 7/16" per the 16HP parts manual.

The Lowes near me carries grade 8 bolts, but I'm doubting they carry the 2 7/16" length. Maybe a 2 1/2" length bolt would be OK.

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