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CARB REBUILD KIT,1968 B110,10HP

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Welcome to the club Jerry, Either use the sponsors Dutch spoke of, otherwise, many hardware stores and tractor repair shops in local areas carry Briggs parts. The Carb kits are still available for these. Make sure you have the numbers off the motor when you go in because there is different jetting sizes for every horsepower variation. They most likely will need to order them, so timewise might be the same as using the clubs sponsors. Dan

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