Part 2 of 3 Rebuild 1958 Briggs & Stratton Model 6B, Getting Spark with 2 Leg Coil



Part 2 of 3 on rebuilding my 1958 Briggs Model 6b, this video is just on getting spark, had to replace the original 4 bolt, 3 leg coil with a newer type 2 bolt 2 leg, still using points and condenser. You can eliminate points and condenser using this setup with a newer replacement magnetron coil. Thanks for Watching, part 3 will be of it running!

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7 thoughts on “Part 2 of 3 Rebuild 1958 Briggs & Stratton Model 6B, Getting Spark with 2 Leg Coil

  1. A shame that most people on earth won't appreciate the art that is repairing something. It's like a vet for animals or a doc for people. But it's an engineer for machines.

    People would "rather" throw this out and "buy" a new one, just to make more landfill. Just posting these videos out can, and probably will, inspire some kid out there to not be a wasteful moron. Cheers.

  2. Excellent job. Did you ever do a magnetron on an old engine and make them work. I am not sure about using one on a three leg coil. Thanks for the video.

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