Briggs and Stratton Lawn Tractor Engine 14.5 I/C Quiet Overhaul Part 1



This video is a summary of the general visual and physical inspection process that you need to perform on your small engine prior to performing a rebuild or refurbish process. This will focus on the critical internal components including piston, crankshaft, engine block, cylinder walls, balancer weights, connecting rod and more.

Stay tuned! Comments and feedback appreciated as always.

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7 thoughts on “Briggs and Stratton Lawn Tractor Engine 14.5 I/C Quiet Overhaul Part 1

  1. Nice job Alex! I agree with you these small engines are not being used for the space shuttle, a visual inspection and checking for wobbling at mating parts is about what it takes. If you take that head you can wet sand it with a piece of glass with sandpaper and use oil as a lubricant. A really nice polished granite cutout from a kitchen sink install works great if you are looking for something more permanent. Good Video.

  2. This was a wonderful video and nicely done. I have the same engine and now I have a clearer understanding of all its components. Please do a part 2 as I have no doubt that it will be greatly valued, especially by me.

  3. Can't believe it's only an oil slinger. My honda gv200, only 5hp and 200cc has a full pressure oil pump run off a pin drive from the camshaft

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