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#1 glgrumpy OFFLINE  

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Posted June 08, 2015 - 08:05 PM

Here's a second 1622, I got as parts tractor, but hey you never know??!! Engine was stuck when I got it. I pulled plug, doused in with PB Blaster, and some in key switch, which looks like it won't be switching too soon! I turned the crank with a pipe wrench and it moved, but made awful scraping noises. Tin was rubbing on flywheel somewhere! There's a batt in this thing and I jumped it with my batt box and later added the charger to both. Went from .1 volt up to 10.5, then later 12, but won't go over 66% for time being. I will put it on charger for long time later, it started raining on me now. I crossed the switch with a screwdriver and it moved starter some, gear stays out for now. Went under and found the tin had been bashed real hard and rusted out on bottom and rubbing hard on flywheel. I pried and poked some to get away from it, but still is rubbing. Kinda hard to get in there and work while in tractor. I later had it trying to turn and assisted with my hands on shaft and it started to roll real slow and get some faster till the batts ran out. Did that one more time before picking up and outta rain. I think with good strong battery it will crank over. I was told it needed rod, can't tell if piston is moving yet or not. I do see a different color pan on engine, so wondering if someone wasn't working on that rod already and just quit working on it?? Really should just pull engine, not that easy with the driveshaft under all that tin. Get it up on bench. There's probly plenty of nest stuff in shrould, lots of junk falling out as I crank it. Here's some pix!

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Edited by glgrumpy, June 08, 2015 - 08:10 PM.


#2 EricFromPa ONLINE  

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Posted June 08, 2015 - 08:57 PM

Mice LOVE those old Briggs engines.Plenty of room in there to make a multi tier hotel.Mouse pee also rusts metal very fast.Hey ya never know about an old briggs.It takes ALOT of abuse and neglect to completely kill one.

 

 

Tractor looks very solid and straight yet.



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Posted June 09, 2015 - 08:28 AM

Mice LOVE those old Briggs engines.Plenty of room in there to make a multi tier hotel.Mouse pee also rusts metal very fast.Hey ya never know about an old briggs.It takes ALOT of abuse and neglect to completely kill one.

 

 

Tractor looks very solid and straight yet.

 

Or running with low oil level on a hill    :wallbanging:  :wallbanging:



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Posted June 10, 2015 - 06:31 PM

Today took out engine, easier than first tractor. Got it open and really full. Here's some pix. This was even after pulling off some on block before I decided needed pix. Turns easy now with cover off. Naked tractor too.no spark yet, will work on that next. Piston moves, seems like compression.

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