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someone somewhere on here (i cant find it) replied to a post with some bore sizes for the older cast iron briggs engines. apparently by measuring the bore they could tell either the horsepower or the model or both. Where can i find this info for briggs from 7 to maybe 16 hp single cylinders. i have several that arent readable anymore that i would like to sell but would feel like a dummy selling a briggs ?hp

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Hi Dan, if the bore is not too worn, you can decipher some of the possible engine series. From the repair manual you can get the bore specs. Here some of the more common Cast Iron engine specs for the older B models. CI Cylinder 19, 23, 190000, 20000--------3.0 in. 230000-----------------------3.0 24300------------------------3.0625 30000------------------------3.4375 32000------------------------3.5625

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