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Replacement Engine for B110

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PatRarick
If you're talking a bolt-in replacement, there are no new engines being produced. The single cylinder, all cast iron engines from 9 to 16 horsepower will fit. You would have to see if there is a dealer that has one in stock, or can get one through his supplier. If you want to modify, you can make almost anything fit. If you go with a new engine, either bolt-in, or upgrade, you can count on a minimum of $1000. Pat

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RayH
JW, Look at what Small Engine Warehouse has...I bought a new 326431 16 hp engine from them for $800.00 last Sept.to replace a 12 hp engine in a A-C 212. I had to use the Engine Base (oilpan) from the 12 hp engine to get it to fit, also, the Carb choke lever was on the wrong side...so I used the 12 hp engine Carb also. The price quotes I got to overhaul the 12 hp Engine was in mid $700.00 range so I elected to get the new engine. Ray

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goatfarmer
I replaced the tired cast iron 10 hp Briggs in my 3410 with a newer Briggs purchased from EBay.Had to use a combination of new engine and old engine parts,and make some mounts to raise the new engine,but otherwise,it was pretty straight forward.

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HubbardRA
I'm putting together my third tractor, and none of them have the original engine, make, or size that came on them. I use what I can find at a reasonable cost. Got three more engines to re-build then I will do some more swapping to get closer to original set-ups.

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Dave-Saratoga
JW- I've got a briggs 10 hp out of a b-210 that will fit your b-110. the engine runs ok. where are you located and what would you offer for a replacement? also - i agree - the b-110 is a great tractor - the only drawback to it is the 3 speed tranny.

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Brent_Baumer
There's a B-112 for sale 5 minutes from me with a supposedly good original engine, bad gearbox, excellent 42" deck and missing rear wheels for $200 if anyone is interested. Located halfway between Richmond and Muncie on US 35 in Losantville, IN. email or PM me for the guy's number or more info. Brent

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