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I have a model VC simplicity walking tractor with a Briggs and Stratton model 14 engine on it. I need to find out the gap for the points. Does anyone have a source for old Briggs specifications. I'll take any help I can get. Thanks much!

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sparky68112
POINT GAP IS .20 FOUND THAT IN THE B&S SERVICE MANUAL FOR OUT OF PRODUCTION ENGINES 1919-1981 BOUGHT MINE ON EBAY FOR 10 DOLLARS, COVERS ALOT OF THINGS IN IT. GOOD LUCK SPARKY

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