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Customer Reviews for "Briggs & Stratton 675 Series Engine - 25mm dia. x 3 5/32in. Vertical Shaft, Model# 126M02-1031-F1"

"Briggs & Stratton 675 Series Engine - 25mm dia. x 3 5/32in. Vertical Shaft, Model# 126M02-1031-F1"

Item# 701402
"The Briggs & Stratton 675 series engine is designed to work with Toro lawn mowers. Maintenance-free Magnetron electronic ignition guarantees an easy start, everytime. Shaft Diameter in. 63/64 25mm, Auto Compression Release Yes, Throttle Control Manual friction, remote, Bolt Circle in. 8, Fuel Type Gasoline, Shaft Length in. 3 5/32, Lubrication System Splash, Shaft End Tapped Diameter in./Threads per inch 7/16-20, Engine Type 675 Series, Torque ft./lbs. 6.75, Dimensions L x W x H in. 13 x 11 1/2 x 9 3/4, Fuel Tank Capacity qt. 1.6, Oil Capacity qt. 0.56-0.63 18-20 oz., Shaft Rotation From PTO Shaft Side Counterclockwise, Bearing Type Plain, EPA/CARB Approval California Air Resource Board Yes, Muffler Included Yes, Governor System Mechanical, Cooling System Air cooled, Cylinder Bore Aluminum alloy, Application Toro lawn mower, Ignition System Electronic, Cylinders qty. 1, Fuel Tank Yes, Shaft Keyway in. 3/16, Bore x Stroke in. 2.69 x 2.04, Shaft Output Vertical, Start Type Recoil, Air Cleaner Type Dual element, Engine Displacement cc 190, Rated Power HP Manufacturer no longer rates this engine by HP, Carburetor Float, Max. RPM 3,100. Works with Toro personal pace mowers Ready Start system, mechanical compression, and large rewind starter make starting easier Maintenance-free Magnetron electronic ignition Float-feed carburetor Mechanical torque control for additional power Aluminum alloy bore for cooler operation Dual element filter with paper and foam pre-cleaner 8in. mounting base EPA/CARB compliant"
Average Customer Rating:
3.788 out of 5
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Customer Reviews for "Briggs & Stratton 675 Series Engine - 25mm dia. x 3 5/32in. Vertical Shaft, Model# 126M02-1031-F1"
Review 1 for "Briggs & Stratton 675 Series Engine - 25mm dia. x 3 5/32in. Vertical Shaft, Model# 126M02-1031-F1"
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

675 series engine

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May 10, 2016
By
from Pennsylvania
I received the engine in double quick time.I had to clean the paint out of the threads,once I cleaned it out I had no problem bolting it up to the mower deck.I added gas and oil and it started first pull and ran great.The only thing that didn't work was the blade bolt from the old engine.It was a 3/8's and this engine took a 7/16's I've been using the mower every week and no problems
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Review 2 for "Briggs & Stratton 675 Series Engine - 25mm dia. x 3 5/32in. Vertical Shaft, Model# 126M02-1031-F1"
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Mower motor

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April 14, 2016
By
from Dayton, Ohio
Only thing I can say is be sure to check shaft size
more of these engines have metric shafts.
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Review 3 for "Briggs & Stratton 675 Series Engine - 25mm dia. x 3 5/32in. Vertical Shaft, Model# 126M02-1031-F1"
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Worked for me

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April 7, 2012
By
from Walnut Creek, CA
I replaced my Tecumseh LV195EA on my Toro 22" recycler mower (model 200071A) with this engine. My mower engine quit and fixing at the repair shop wasn't worth it but I didn't want to buy a new one so thought I'd give this a try. I matched the specs to this engine and ordered. Northern Tool shipped quickly. I bolted on and it wasn't too bad. (I'm not not mechanically inclined.) I overlooked the engine brake conversion wire. After spending a little time getting the engine brake conversion wire on, it started up beautifully. I have mowed my 3/4 acre lawn with this engine on my Toro mower and it was a joy. The engine oil dipstick I felt gave me a false reading so I let it set and check the oil dipstick the next day after it's settled. I wondered about not having a primer bulb, but it started on the first crank. I hope it stays that way.
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