Briggs 17 5 Engine Rebuild Part 1 Click link to order the tekton 1/4″ high precision torque wrench that I use in this video. The 1/4″ is great for rod caps because it fits into tight spots. The 1/2″ is great for oil pans and head bolts. These are tools I use all the time and love them.
In this 2 part video, I rebuild the broken components on my Craftsman Lt1000 tractor engine. This was a larger job then I was expecting, but I am happy that it worked out and is done. Disclaimer:
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7 thoughts on “Briggs 17 5 Engine Rebuild Part 1

  1. Great video dw6!! Sorry I'm wayyyy behind in watching YouTube videos. Yeah sometimes you win some and loose some. I ABSOLUTELY hate when someone lies to me though. It makes me so mad. I try to be upfront and honest with people as much as I can because that's what I'd want them to do with me. My brother and I just picked up 2 tractors ourselves. One is a cub cadet 582 special. A pretty rare tractor. Needs restored badly. Also got a sears suburban square fender tractor. Probably from the 1950's-1960's. Paid about $80 an item in a packaged deal with 2 plows and an old John Deere snow thrower. Got lots of work ahead of us. Lol.

  2. Did you try adjusting the torque wrench? You can adjust them, you need a digital reader to adjust it easily. Or just some time and weights.

    If you plan not to, I'll totally take that off your hands! Ha ha

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