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#1 Tecumseh power ONLINE  

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Posted December 18, 2015 - 01:59 PM

Got a sears custom today the guy told me the techumseh hh100 was bad . I took the head off and the intake valve was stuck open really tight. That was his problem. After I fix that it's going back on. It has a briggs on it he put on. I don't do briggs so I don't know about them.I am going to toss the briggs aside I don't want it. But I'd like to know the model the tag is missing from the blower housing. It is a 6hp power kraft probably from a wards here are the pics. And does anybody need the briggs?

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Posted December 18, 2015 - 02:17 PM

Actually, the numbers should be stamped in the shroud. The normal spots are along the edge by the carb, the top center or down in the 4 o clock postion on the other side. They are usually stamped near the edge.


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Posted December 18, 2015 - 03:04 PM

Thanks I didn't see any but I'll look again , it looked like it had a tag rivited on the housing
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Posted December 18, 2015 - 03:10 PM

Too bad I am not close, I would take it.

Looks like it may have a gear reduction housing on the one side


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Posted December 18, 2015 - 04:28 PM

Actually, the numbers should be stamped in the shroud. The normal spots are along the edge by the carb, the top center or down in the 4 o clock postion on the other side. They are usually stamped near the edge.

 

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Posted December 18, 2015 - 07:53 PM

hey someone here was looking for a 6hp briggs last week and I think his was also a Monkey Wards tractor..

(Powr kraft was one of their brands)


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Posted December 18, 2015 - 08:42 PM

The numbers are stamped in the shroud

The first number and the second number are the displacement.

The first digit after displacement is the basic design series

The next digit (second digit after displacement) is the crankshaft, Carb. and governor.

Next digit ( The third arter displacement) is the bearings, reduction gears And auxillary drives.

The last digit is the type of starter.

 

 

The cubic inches go from 0 to 32

The design series goes from 0 to 9

The crank, carb and governor go from 1 to 9

This is what they stand for

  1. Horizontal  Vacu-jet
  2. Horizontal  Pulsa-Jet
  3. Horizontal Flo-jet (pneumatic governor)
  4. Horizontal Flo-Jet (Mechanical governor)
  5. Vertical Vacu-jet  
  6. None
  7. Vrtical Flo-jet
  8. None
  9. Vertical pulsa-jet  

Bearings, Reduction gears and auxillary drives 

 

     0. Plain bearing 

  1. Flange mounting plain bearing
  2. Ball bearing
  3. Flange mounting ball bearing
  4. None
  5. Gear reduction (6 to 1)
  6. Gear reduction (6 to 1)  Reverse rotation
  7. None
  8. Auxillary drive perpendicular to crankshaft
  9. Auxillary drive parallel to crankshaft

Type of starter

     0. Without starter

  1. Rope starter
  2. Rewind starter
  3. Electric 110 volt gear drive
  4. Electric starter generator 12 volt belt drive
  5. Electric starter only-12 volt gear drive
  6. Alternator only*
  7. Electric starter 12 volt gear drive with alternator
  8. Vertical pull starter 

*Digit 6 formerly used for "Wind up" starter on 60000,80000 and 92000 series

 

An example would be 170707

17 Cubic inches

Design series 0

Vertical flo-jet

plain bearing

And an electic starter with alternator


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Posted December 18, 2015 - 09:17 PM

The numbers are stamped in the shroud
The first number and the second number are the displacement.
The first digit after displacement is the basic design series
The next digit (second digit after displacement) is the crankshaft, Carb. and governor.
Next digit ( The third arter displacement) is the bearings, reduction gears And auxillary drives.
The last digit is the type of starter.


The cubic inches go from 0 to 32
The design series goes from 0 to 9
The crank, carb and governor go from 1 to 9
This is what they stand for

  • Horizontal Vacu-jet
  • Horizontal Pulsa-Jet
  • Horizontal Flo-jet (pneumatic governor)
  • Horizontal Flo-Jet (Mechanical governor)
  • Vertical Vacu-jet
  • None
  • Vrtical Flo-jet
  • None
  • Vertical pulsa-jet
Bearings, Reduction gears and auxillary drives

0. Plain bearing
  • Flange mounting plain bearing
  • Ball bearing
  • Flange mounting ball bearing
  • None
  • Gear reduction (6 to 1)
  • Gear reduction (6 to 1) Reverse rotation
  • None
  • Auxillary drive perpendicular to crankshaft
  • Auxillary drive parallel to crankshaft
Type of starter
0. Without starter
  • Rope starter
  • Rewind starter
  • Electric 110 volt gear drive
  • Electric starter generator 12 volt belt drive
  • Electric starter only-12 volt gear drive
  • Alternator only*
  • Electric starter 12 volt gear drive with alternator
  • Vertical pull starter
*Digit 6 formerly used for "Wind up" starter on 60000,80000 and 92000 series

An example would be 170707
17 Cubic inches
Design series 0
Vertical flo-jet
plain bearing
And an electic starter with alternator

this topic comes up often. this info should be posted somewhere
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Posted December 18, 2015 - 09:31 PM

this topic comes up often. this info should be posted somewhere

i'll get on that :D


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Posted December 19, 2015 - 07:41 AM

00y0y_gouhlo8s81N_600x450.jpg I just bought almost the exact same engine for fifty buck! its stamped model 46402 but its from a wards snow blower.I bought it as a spare for the panzer.
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Posted December 19, 2015 - 09:28 AM

attachicon.gif00y0y_gouhlo8s81N_600x450.jpgI just bought almost the exact same engine for fifty buck! its stamped model 46402 but its from a wards snow blower.I bought it as a spare for the panzer.

 

That should be 146402.






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