Kohler Engine Big Block eBay Rebuild Kit Overview For Magnum K-Series VinsRJ Garden Tractor



My look at the Rotary / Stens aftermarket rebuild kits offered on eBay

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Old Briggs and Stratton washing machine motor antique flea market find



Here’s a nice old Briggs and Stratton washing machine motor I found at antique flea market will it ever run again???
Stay tuned for part 2

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Rebuilding a blown up Briggs Quantum Engine [Part 1]



This is a 3-part video on my friend and I repairing our first blown engine. We got it for free from our school’s automotive program because it didn’t run. I can’t guarantee everything we did was correct or to standard, but the engine is now running very nicely. You can see that in Part 3.
Part 1: Now Watching
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEWP8xYGr5A
Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrejFn7nv1c
Our diagnosis was that the engine had a broken connecting rod because when cranking the engine, the piston did not move. Upon tearing it apart we confirmed that, and had to decide whether or not it was reasonable to fix it, due to the damage and cost of repairing it. The connecting rod wasn’t too badly damaged, and the end of the cylinder wall had a slight ding. Other than that the engine was very clean and appeared to have a fairly low amount of hours on it, so we decided to buy a connecting rod and sump cover gasket and attempt to fix it. Everything went pretty well, until upon starting the engine we realized that the governor system was not controlling the engine speed. Eventually I remembered to check the adjustment at the governor arm. We speculated that this unadjusted linkage may have cause the engine failure because the RPM’s were not being limited. After adjusting that, the engine ran great on its own. We also found that after testing the pump, it had a bad unloader valve, so the pump needed work as well.

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How to Clean / Rebuild Briggs and Stratton One Piece Flo-Jet Carburetor



NOTE: AFTER I MADE THE VIDEO I REALIZED I SAID THE ADJUSTMENT SCREWS BACKWARDS ON THE VIDEO, THE BOTTOM SCREW ON THE BOWL IS THE HIGH SIDE/MAIN FUEL MIXTURE, THE ONE ON TOP IS THE IDLE MIXTURE, AND ALSO I SAID THE JET ON TOP, ITS ACTUALLY THE EMULSION TUBE THE JET IS THE PART INSIDE THE BOWL WHERE I WAS TALKING ABOUT BEING EASY TO STRIP OUT, SORRY ABOUT MY ERRORS, NOT REALLY USED TO MAKING VIDEOS LIKE THIS, SORRY AGAIN.
this carb is off my 12 horse briggs and stratton flathead single cylinder engine. Hope this helps you with cleaning/rebuilding briggs carburetors, i will also make one about the 2 piece carburetor too, at some point. thanks for watching and as always, feel free to comment / message me with questions and comments. thanks again.

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