Briggs and Stratton 60102

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This is a new project that came in the mail yesterday. I plan to use it to power a generator/alternator.

It is running at a low idle / slow idle.

Model: 60102

Type : 0111

Trim : 02

Hp : 2

RPM :unknown

Year : 1976

Make : Briggs and Stratton

Weight : 25 pounds

Fuel Usage : 1.5 pints per hour

Fuel Type : gas, propane, 60:1 gas/oil mix



8 thoughts on “Briggs and Stratton 60102

  1. Has it been converted to Magnetron or did someone just slap that sticker on it? 
    These are tough little engines. Parts are still cheap and plentiful, too.
    60102 breaks down to a 6 cubic inch "Kool-Bore" aluminum cylinder / plain bearing case / Vacu-Jet carburetor. 

  2. Have you mounted an alternator to this engine yet? I have same engine and am planning to do this. I would like to see how you mounted the alternator and pulley sizes.

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