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valve adjustment specs? 16 TWIN CYL

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simplicity,16hp hydro, briggs, dual overhead valve specs for adjustment, anybody have them & procedure? 16hp twin ohv, model303777-type 0411-01, code-92012911 need some help on spec for valve adjustments on intake & exhaust thank you rbdjr:) ANY SPECS WOULD HELP

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Wendy
I'm no expert, but Looking in my Chilton manual, the Briggs 300000 valve specs are: Intake .007-.009, exhaust .017-.019. Since I'm looking at 'em, here's the breakdown on your model number. 30 means it's a 30 cubic inch engine. The "2" means basic desing series 3. The "7" = Vertical flo-jet carb. The next 7 refers to Bearins, reduction gears, and aux. drives, but not specific infor is provided. The last 7 means you have a 12 volt geaer drive starter with an alternator. You might need this info to order parts. If I can help ping me. Regards, George Holmes

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